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Border Crossing  Stanton / Puente Internacional Lerdo Stanton

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Stanton Street

(American side)

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Puente Internacional Lerdo Stanton

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GENERAL INFORMATION OF STANTON / PUENTE INTERNATIONAL LERDO STANTON

This crossing is located on the Lerdo Stanton International Bridge betweenEl Paso, Texas in the United States andCiudad Juárez, Chihuahua in Mexico. On the American side, it connects with Stanton Street to the north and Lerdo Street on the Mexican side. There is no pedestrian crossing here.

The Stanton street crossing on the American side is exclusively for vehicles enrolled in the program SENTRI.

The Lerdo Stanton International Bridge is also known as “Friendship Bridge”, “Rio Bravo Bridge” and “Ciudad Juárez-Stanton El Paso Bridge”. It is a five-lane bridge, three for southbound traffic and one for northbound vehicles enrolled in the SENTRI program.

LOCATIONS, TELEPHONES AND HOURS OF STANTON / PUENTE INTERNATIONAL LERDO STANTON

  • AMERICAN SIDE – Stanton Street Port of Entry – El Paso, Texas
The Stanton street crossing on the American side is exclusively for vehicles registered in the SENTRI program SENTRI. 
    • Names:  Cruce de la Calle Stanton
    • Address: S Stanton St, El Paso, TX 79901
    • American Highway:  Calle Stanton
    • Coordinates:  31°44’58.6″N 106°29’00.4″W
    • Digital Address:  PGX7+XG El Paso, Texas
    • Schedule: Open Monday to Friday from 6:00 to 24:00 hours, Saturday and Sunday from 8:00 a 24 hours
    • Phone: +1(915) 532-9141
Border Crossing Stanton Map
  • MEXICAN SIDE – Puente Internacional Lerdo Stanton – Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua

It is a five-lane bridge, three for southbound traffic and one for northbound vehicles enrolled in the SENTRI program.

Border Crossing Stanton Map

BANJERCITO OFFICE NEAR STANTON / PUENTE INT. LERDO STANTON 

 There is no Banjercito office at this crossing. The closest one is located on the “Puente Cordoba de las Americas”.
Banjercito Office

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