Railroads are calling for U.S. Customs and Border Protection to reopen U.S.-Mexico rail crossings at El Paso and Eagle Pass, Texas.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s border security crackdown is clogging up commercial crossings, leaving at least 19,000 trucks loaded with $1.9 billion of goods stuck waiting in Mexico.
A Mexico border crossing in Texas for commercial truck traffic will reopen after six years starting Aug. 7 to provide an alternative to the Juarez-El Paso land ports of entry.July 27, 2023
San Diego transportation officials celebrated June 13 the anticipated award of about $140 million in state funding to help complete the Otay Mesa East Port of Entry.
The Port of Laredo, Texas, just went from the No. 1 inland port in the U.S. to the country’s No. 1 international trade port overall, beating large cities like Chicago and Los Angeles.
Construction has begun on a new commercial inspection and processing facility to make it easier and faster for truckers to bring freight through Anzalduas Port of Entry.March 22, 2023
With extra holiday congestion at the El Paso border, Texas Department of Public Safety officers are conducting random enhanced inspections on commercial vehicles as they cross international ports of entry from Mexico into Texas to combat illegal activity.December 14, 2022
A new U.S. law signed Jan. 5 requires every vehicle, truck and freight train that crosses into the United States from Mexico or Canada to be scanned and inspected at ports of entry with X-ray or similar technology.
The General Services Administration is preparing to start work on an expansion project for the Otay Mesa Land Port of Entry, California’s busiest border crossing point for commercial trucks.
The General Services Administration recently completed a 10-year construction project at the San Ysidro Land Port of Entry, a bustling border crossing facility that links San Diego County and Tijuana, Mexico.