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Trucks headed for Blue Water Bridge should keep to highway: officials

SARNIA, Ont. -- Trucks headed for the Blue Water Bridge crossing should avoid skipping ahead in line by using city...


SARNIA, Ont. — Trucks headed for the Blue Water Bridge crossing should avoid skipping ahead in line by using city streets.

The warning comes after a meeting between Ontario Trucking Alliance officials and senior administrative and enforcement officials in Sarnia, regarding a number of recent incidents when trucks approaching the Blue Water Bridge have attempted to avoid the border crossing line along Highway 402 by using city streets.

Trucks no making local deliveries in the city will in the future by issued a citation by city or provincial police.
Drivers are also reminded to leave space at the entrance and exit ramps to the 402 in Sarnia, to allow for traffic flow. They are also being asked to avoid the use of air-horns while waiting in line.


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