Eagle Pass International Bridge System
Mario A. Diaz
To be known as the premier international crossing. This means to provide a safe, efficient, and cost effective toll fare for international travelers, and to positively impact trade and tourism locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally.
Eagle Pass and Piedras Negras enjoy the convenience and ease of international travel and commerce provided by three border crossing points. Two international bridges accommodate vehicular traffic, including one bridge devoted exclusively to commercial truck traffic. Additionally, Eagle Pass serves as one of the very few international border crossing points for railroad traffic.
|Eagle Pass International Bridge I
Business Hours: 7:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m.
Garrison & Commercial
|Camino Real International Bridge
500 S. Monroe Ste.
Business Hours: Open 24 Hours
Commercial Traffic Hours (To Mexico):
Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Saturday: 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
|International Bridge One is a two-lane bridge with pedestrian walkways. The bridge connects the Eagle Pass downtown shopping centers with the Piedras Negras downtown marketplace. There, the commuting public can enjoy the variety of Mexican artwork, crafts, shopping, dining, and musical entertainment.
**Note: Bridge II provides a 25 feet wide lane for wide loads.
| The Camino Real International Bridge provides six lanes, three in each direction. The bridge also has two six-foot sidewalks for pedestrians. The Camino Real International Bridge makes a convenient crossing for commercial truck traffic into Piedras Negras with access to Mexico's central super highway connecting to Mexico City. The average crossing time for commercial and non-commercial traffic is five minutes. Across the border from this bridge, Piedras Negras, Coahuila welcomes its visitors with the famous Plaza de las Culturas where tourists can see the three cultures that make up this beautiful region of Mexico.
Bridge Board Members
Ramsey English Cantu, Mayor
Elizabeth Chisum de la Garza, Board Trustee
Lorena Ruiz, Board Trustee
Jesus Casas, Board Trustee