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Which is the easier to get though back to NY on a Monday?

Two years ago on a Sunday it took two hours at Niagara to cross back to NY I don't want to repeat that.
 

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Don't blindly trust Google or your GPS and car navigational systems, which tend to route vehicles to Canada at Lewiston Queenston - probably because of the easy major highway access.
All four border crossings get you into southern Ontario with ready passage to all its destinations, such as Niagara Falls, Niagara wine country and Toronto.
Avoid huge lineups, which can run up to 2 hours at busy times, by checking the numerous overhead road signs that alert you to bridge delays and other road conditions. In addition to checking signs for border wait times you can tune into AM radio station 1610, call 1-800-715-6722 or check the Canada Border Services website.
Long wait at the border you were going to cross at? Quick, switch to another crossing.
 

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Don't blindly trust Google or your GPS and car navigational systems, which tend to route vehicles to Canada at Lewiston Queenston - probably because of the easy major highway access.
All four border crossings get you into southern Ontario with ready passage to all its destinations, such as Niagara Falls, Niagara wine country and Toronto.
Avoid huge lineups, which can run up to 2 hours at busy times, by checking the numerous overhead road signs that alert you to bridge delays and other road conditions. In addition to checking signs for border wait times you can tune into AM radio station 1610, call 1-800-715-6722 or check the Canada Border Services website.
Long wait at the border you were going to cross at? Quick, switch to another crossing.
Thanks Dan
 
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