Milltown Border Crossing
At the Miltown border crossing in Maine is one of the two oldest border crossings in Calais - Saint Stephen, which has benefited greatly from the opening of the International Avenue crossing to the west as Milltown constantly had too much congestion and enough hours of delay to cross between the cities of the United States and Canada.
This is an international bridge that allows the connection of St. Stephen, New Brunswick, in Canada and Calais, Maine, in the United States, crossing the St. Croix River.
The main feature is that commercial traffic is not allowed because it is the smallest crossing and where a large congestion could occur, also for that reason it was sought that the transport passage is lower, currently being the least crowded of the three border crossings.
As in all the crossings between the borders of the United States and Canada you will find wonderful landscapes, so if you are walking, you can not stop taking photos to get the best memories of your passage through the border. It is really close to the Ferry Point International Bridge because there is only a distance of 2 miles or 3.2 km downstream and the International Avenue Bridge is approximately 1 km or 0.62 miles upstream.
Because it does not allow the transit of commercial transport, all trucks and commercial vehicles will have to be turned around to be sent to the new International Avenue crossing. With respect to the hours of operation, the ports of both countries have to be operational between 7 am and 11 pm EST, every day of the week and throughout the year for private cars. However, you should carry out a constant review of the schedules since at some point the passage may be stopped due to some particular situation. You should keep in mind that at this junction there are no NEXUS lines available.