Federal authorities are postponing a plan that would reduce hours at a 14-hour border crossing with Saskatchewan.

The Billings Gazette reports that on Friday U.S. Customs and Border Protection confirmed that it will not implement a reduced-hour test period in April as was previously planned.

A spokeswoman did not say if the reduction will happen at a later date.

The Port of Raymond, located north of Plentywood, is the only continuously running border crossing between eastern Montana and Canada.

Border Protection was going to text a six-hour reduction in April, with the station open from 6 a.m.