New Brunswick’s new, modern toll-free four-lane highways are fully integrated with U.S. and eastern and central Canadian networks. I-95 continues in New Brunswick, connecting to the Trans-Canada Highway. Inbound shipping is particularly economical because of low back-haul rates into the traditionally export-dominant province.
Sample of Driving Times and Distances:
|From||To|| Time ||Distance|
|Edmundston||Montreal||5 h 30 min||547 km (340 miles)|
|Saint John||New York||11 h||985 km (612 miles)|
|Fredericton||Toronto||14 h 30 min||1,380 km (851 miles)|
|Moncton||Boston||8 h 30 min||867 km (539 miles)|
Goods move cross-border at two major commercial crossings between Maine and New Brunswick, in as little as 15 minutes. Faster clearance times thanks to NAFTA-led technology improvements continue to serve border business, positioning New Brunswick as the cost-efficient gateway from both eastern Canada and Europe to the United States.
Visit Canada Border Services Agency for more information.
Major Border Crossings to the U.S.
Woodstock, New Brunswick – Houlton, Maine, U.S. (I-95).
St. Stephen, New Brunswick – Calais, Maine, U.S. (Route 9).
The Atlantic Provinces Transportation Commission motor carriers database lists approximately 3,000 carriers serving the Atlantic region.
More information on trucking in New Brunswick.