Edmundston-Madawaska Bridge Border Crossing – Madawaska / Edmundston – US Highway 1, Bridge Street / New Brunswick 120, Des Veterans Promenade
This is a heavily used border crossing which ranks in the top 25% of all U.S. / Canadian ports. It is a connector to Hwy 2 which is part of the Trans-Canada Highway. The Edmundston-Madawaska Bridge is well past its prime and does not handle the daily flow of commercial traffic very well. Studies are underway to determine if new facilities should be built.
Edmundston – Madawaska Bridge Border Crossing Information
- Hours of Operation – This port is open 24 hrs per day, 7 days a week, year around.
- Canadian commercial services are available 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, Monday to Friday (except holidays).
|Entering the U.S. at Madawaska
Hours of Operation –
|Entering Canada at Edmundston
At 6:00 am EDT
1 lane(s) open
At 6:00 am EDT
1 lane(s) open
Current Road Conditions in Maine and New Brunswick
We have special pages showing all current road advisories for the State of Maine and the province of New Brunswick. These pages show problems such as roadway accidents, snow or ice, lane closures or blockages, construction, road restrictions, traffic problems, and roadwork around the Edmundston-Madawaska Bridge border crossing.
Map of the Edmunston-Madawaska Bridge Border Crossing Area
Current traffic conditions are shown in color if data is available. This map is interactive so you may zoom in or out. Drag the orange “man” to the map to see a street view of roadways in this area. You can get directions to this port by clicking on the “Directions” link under the map.
Traveler Tips – Edmundston-Madawaska Bridge Customs and Border Crossing
- Here is a handy link to hotels in Madawaska, Maine and here is another link to hotels in Edmundston, Canada .
- Pedestrians are allowed to cross at this port.
- The natural beauty of this remote area also means there are much fewer travel services. Make sure you keep track of the weather, fill up your gas tank at all major towns, and carry an emergency road kit.
- You can get Maine road advisories and construction information 24 x 7 by calling 5-1-1 or 866-282-7578.
- New Brunswick is also part of the 511 system so you can obtain similar information by calling 511 from within the province or 800-561-4063 from anywhere else in North America.
- The narrow width of the bridge creates makes it difficult for two trucks to cross at the same time.
- There is insufficient space for commercial vehicles to efficiently access the bridge on the Canadian side of the border. Commercial vehicles accessing the bridge encroach on opposing travel lanes to complete turning maneuvers.
- There is inadequate space for commercial vehicles to access the third booth at the Canadian facility.
- Large commercial vehicles turning right from the Canadian facility to Rue St. François in Edmundston frequently require both lanes of the roadway to complete the turn.
- Parking is provided for only one commercial vehicle entering Canada. If there is more than one commercial vehicle waiting to be processed, the inbound lane for all traffic from the U.S. is blocked.
- Queues for commercial traffic on the lane from Canada frequently extend back to the Canadian National Railway (CN) tracks.
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Telephone Numbers for the Border Customs Offices at Madawaska / Edmundston
- Madawaska U.S. Customs Office Telephone Number: (207) 728-4376
- Call the Canadian Border Information Service (CBIS) for information on the Canadian Port at Edmundston
Edmundston-Madawaska Bridge Port GPS coordinates – Latitude & Longitude: