Pembina, N.D., port of entry reports 17 percent jump in traffic
Nearly 55,000 more autos came through the Pembina, N.D., port of entry last year compared with 2007, according to statistics released Tuesday by Grand Forks Customs and Border Protection.
For the most part, the number of autos crossing at the ports of entry across the North Dakota-Canada border stayed relatively the same. Exceptions include increases in auto traffic at the ports near Pembina, Sarles, Neche, and Portal (N.D.).
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