Category: Border Crossing

Border crossing closed for repairs

EL PASO, TX – The Zaragoza International Bridge will be closed to northbound truck traffic for two weeks to allow for upgrades on the Mexican side “The closure will take place Dec 24 through Jan 3 and trucks headed for the United States will...

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Popular border terminal for international air travelers expanding

SAN DIEGO — The Cross Border Xpress has been open for almost five years and facilitates travel between San Diego and the Tijuana International Airport through a pedestrian bridge An average of 8,300 passengers use the facility on a typical day...

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Border wall construction accelerated

EL PASO – According to the Assistant Commissioner of Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Robert Perez, the wall installed on the dividing line between Mexico and the United States, which has been strongly promoted by President Donald Trump, will...

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Laredo, TX, expects losses of US$800 million

LAREDO, TX – With the announcement that the US land bridges with Mexico and Canada will remain closed to non-essential traffic until December 21, the local market of Laredo, TX forecasts millions in losses Miguel Conchas, executive president...

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Partial border closure extended

JUAREZ – The new order extending the restriction on non-essential crossings between the United States and Mexico has caused grief among border residents looking for ways to deal with the health crisis affecting their economy The Mexican...

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CBP is launching new partnerships designed to promote cross-border trade

EL PASO, TX — US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is launching new partnerships designed to promote cross-border trade and facilitate essential travel that its says will positively affect the Borderland CBP announced 15 tentative selections...

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Cross-border operators brace for peak holiday season

MEXICO – Freight deliveries from Mexico to the United States are soaring as the transportation industry enters the peak holiday season With stronger freight demand and higher trucking rates already affecting volumes along the US-Mexico border,...

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Border crossings are affected by COVID-19

MEXICO – The top 10 ports of entry to the United States recorded a fall in truckload crossings during the January-July period of this year compared to 2019 According to a report by the Hunt Institute for Competitiveness, the cities of Laredo...

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Railroad tracks in Chihuahua were released

CHIHUAHUA – After more than 50 days in which farmers kept the train tracks blocked in the municipality of Meoqui due to the conflict over water, the Government of Chihuahua finally reached an agreement with the producers to liberate this...

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Entrepreneurs seek to limit non-essential travel

JUAREZ – With a proposal by the authorities to limit non-essential travel by American citizens to Ciudad Juarez, the local Business Coordinating Council (CCE) presented the "Control and Monitoring Table" that seeks to implement actions to...

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