International Bridges

Managing the world's largest international border metroplex comprised of three international ports of entry connecting El Paso, Texas and Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua.

City of El Paso International Bridges

The City of El Paso International Bridges Department manages three of the region's international ports of entry- the Paso Del Norte, Stanton and Zaragoza.The U.S. sides of these ports of entry are owned by the City of El Paso and they operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Depending on an individual's transportation method, a different toll rate applys at the international bridges.

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City Managed Ports of Entry

Paso Del Norte

The Paso Del Norte bridge is located at 1000 S. El Paso Street on the U.S. side and on Juárez Avenue on the Mexican side.

This port of entry is dedicated to pedestrians (northbound and southbound) and passenger vehicles (northbound) and includes Ready Lanes for travelers with identification documents that include RFID chips.

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The Stanton-Lerdo bridge is located at 1001 S. Stanton.

This crossing has three southbound lanes for passenger vehicle traffic and one northbound SENTRI lane, also known as a Dedicated Commuter Lane (DCL).

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The Ysleta-Zaragoza bridge is located at 791 S. Zaragoza.

This port of entry comes with two special lanes when crossing from Juárez to El Paso: the SENTRI and FAST lanes.

When crossing from El Paso to Juárez by car, this bridge has an E-Fast Pass service lane.

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Other Area Ports of Entry

Bridge of the Americas

The Bridge of the Americas is located at 3600 E. Paisano.

Passenger vehicle lanes are open 24 hours, seven days a week.
Commercial vehicle lanes are in operation from 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM, Monday through Friday, and 6:00 AM to 2:00 PM on Saturdays.

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The Tornillo Port of Entry includes the Tornillo-Guadalupe Border Crossing, which is the most recently completed port of entry and is a replacement for the outdated Fabens-Caseta International Bridge. The new bridge can accommodate commercial, passenger, and pedestrian traffic.

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Santa Teresa

The Santa Teresa Port of Entry includes the Santa Teresa Border Crossing which is in operation from 6:00 AM to midnight, seven days a week. This port of entry is open to commercial vehicles, passenger vehicles, and pedestrians. Commercial vehicle lanes are in operation from 6:00 AM to 8:00 PM, Monday through Friday. Commercial vehicle drivers can utilize the FAST lane if qualified.

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