International Bridge Hours Being Reduced Due To Impacts Of Coronavirus

The ongoing impact of the coronavirus pandemic is forcing a reduction in the hours of operations at five international bridges in the Rio Grande Valley.  Starting Monday, Customs and Border Protection is shortening hours of operations for vehicle traffic at the B-and-M International Bridge, the Free Trade Bridge at Los Indios, the Donna-Rio Bravo Bridge, the Anzalduas International Bridge, and the Rio Grande City Bridge.  The adjusted hours are for northbound traffic only.  Southbound traffic is not affected.  The five Valley ports of entry are among a total of eight within the Laredo Field Office that are reducing hours of operation.  A CBP spokesman says the changes should not impact the supply chain or delivery of goods and services, but will enable the agency to abide by social distancing and other health and safety guidelines.
For the specific new hours of operation, log on to www.cbp.gov

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