BC Enrolment Centres

FAST Enrolment Centres in British Columbia

There is only one FAST enrolment centre which serves British Columbia; it is located in the US state of Washington:

LocationContact Information and HoursMap
Birch Bay Square - Building 1 - Suite 104
8115 Birch Bay Square Street
Blaine, WA 98230
8AM-6PM PST, 7 days a week


Dedicated FAST Lanes in British Columbia

There is one dedicated FAST lane for BC; it is located at the Pacific Highway crossing:

LocationCanadian AccessAmerican AccessMap
Pacific Highway, BC-Blaine, WAHighway 15 (176 St)State Route 543 (follow Truck Route signs)


In addition to using the dedicated FAST lane at the Pacific Highway Crossing, you can use your FAST Card at the other border crossings in BC:

  • Abbotsford-Huntingdon Border Crossing – where Highway 10 in BC and Highway 281 in Washington meet, serves Abbotsford, BC and Sumas, Washington
  • Aldergrove Border Crossing – serving Algerove, BC and Lynden, Washington, this crossing connects BC Highway 21 with Washington Highway 14
  • Boundary Bay Border Crossing – this crossing is the only land access to Point Roberts, Washington; there is no land access to the rest of Washington state from this crossing
  • Carson Border Crossing – this crossing serves Grand Forks, BC on BC Highway 3 and Danville, Washington on Highway 21
  • Cascade Border Crossing – this crossing serves Highway 3 in BC, connecting to Christina Lake, BC and, further on, Castlegar, BC and Highway 395 in Washington, which serves Boyds and, eventually, Spokane
  • Chopaka Border Crossing – this is a minor crossing named after a gold rush ghost town; side roads connect it to more major roads fairly far away: Highway 3 in BC and Highway 97 in Washington
  • Fraser-Skagway Border Crossing – this crossing serve the Klondike Highway (98 in Alaska and 2 in BC and Yukon), the road which connects the northernmost part of the Alaskan Panhandle (Skagway) with the interior of Yukon Territory; the road passes through Fraser, BC on its way to Dawson City, Yukon
  • Kingsgate Border Crossing – this crossing is the larger of the two crossings connecting Idaho and BC, serving Idaho Highway 95, which goes to Bonner’s Ferry, and BC 95 which connects to Highway 3
  • Midway Border Crossing – this crossing directly serves BC’s Highway 3 (unlike most of other crossings along Highway 3) but connects to a side road in Washington
  • Nelway Border Crossing – this crossing connects BC Highway 6, which serves Salmo, BC with Washington Highway 31 and Metaline Falls, WA
  • Osoyoos Border Crossing – connects Osoyoos, BC and the Okanagan Valley along BC Highway 97, with Oroville, WA along US 97
  • Paterson Border Crossing – connects Rossland, BC, along BC 22, with Northport, WA along Washington Route 25
  • Pleasant Camp Border Crossing – of the two routes from the panhandle into Yukon, this is the more direct to the rest of Alaska, as it avoids Whitehorse, but the access is across the inlet from Skagway, but it’s a 7 hour drive to the border at Beaver Creek (you connect with the Alaska Highway at Haines Junction, appropriately enough)
  • Roosville Border Crossing – the only border crossing between BC and Montana, this crossing serves Montana Highway 93 to Kalispell and BC Highway 93 to Cranbrook
  • Rykerts Border Crossing – the less major of the two Idaho-BC crossings, this crossing serves Highway 21 in BC to Creston, and Highway 1 in Idaho to Copeland
  • Stewart Border Crossing – this crossing dead-ends at Hyder, AK, there is nowhere to go
  • Surrey-Peace Arch Border Crossing – the busiest crossing west of Ontario, this crossing connects US Interstate 5 in at Blaine, Washington with BC Highway 99 that runs through White Rock, Surrey and Richmond to Vancouver
  • Waneta Border Crossing – this crossing connects BC 22A with a minor road in the US, along the Colombia River; the closest cities are Northport, WA and Trail, BC

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