Border Crossing Puente de las Américas El Paso BOTA

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El Paso BOTA

( American side)

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Puente Internacional de las Americas

( Mexican side)

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Border Crossing Puente de las Américas / El Paso BOTA

The Puente de las Américas (BOTA) is a set of international bridges that connect the cities of El Paso, Texas in the United States and Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua in Mexico. On the American side, it connects with Interstate 110 to the north and Mexican federal highway 45 on the Mexican side.

The El Paso BOTA port of entry on the American side is the border crossing with the highest volume of passenger vehicles and trucks crossing from Mexico to El Paso, Texas. One reason for this is that this crossing is the only one in Texas that does not charge a toll.

The Puente Internacional de las Américas is also known as “Puente Internacional Córdova-Las Américas”, “Puente Río Bravo”, “Cordova Bridge”, “Puente Libre”, “BOTA”, “Bridge of the Americas”.

The Puente Internacional de las Américas consists of two two-lane bridges for truck traffic going north and south. And two four-lane bridges for passenger vehicles. It also consists of two sidewalks for pedestrians.

 

US Customs and Border Protection. Bridge of the Américas (El Paso CBOA) Port of Entry 

( American side) El Paso, Texas

Border Crossing Puente de las Américas Map

Aduana Ciudad Juarez – Puente Internacional Cordova de las Americas

( Mexican side) Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua

The Puente Internacional de las Américas consists of two two-lane bridges for truck traffic going north and south. And two four-lane bridges for passenger vehicles. It also consists of two sidewalks for pedestrians.

Border Crossing Puente de las Américas Map

Banjercito Border Office near Puente Internacional de las Américas / El Paso BOTA

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