Free Trade International Bridge

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Free Trade International Bridge
Los Indios-Lucio Blanco Bridge
Crosses Rio Grande
Locale Los Indios, Texas
Official name Puente Lucio Blanco-Los Indios
Other name(s) Puente Internacional Libre Comercio
Owner Cameron County
Maintained by Cameron County
Characteristics
Total length 503 feet
Width 4 lanes
History
Construction end 1992
Opened 1992

The Free Trade International Bridge is an international bridge which crosses the Rio Grande connecting the United States-Mexico border cities of Los Indios, Texas and Matamoros, Tamaulipas. The bridge is also known as "Los Indios-Lucio Blanco Bridge", "Puente Lucio Blanco-Los Indios", "Puente Internacional Libre Comercio" and "Los Indios Free Trade Bridge".[1]

Description[edit]

The Free Trade International Bridge is currently owned by Cameron County, which also manages it. The bridge was completed and opened in 1992 and is four lanes wide and 503 feet (153 m) long.[1]

References[edit]

Coordinates: 26°1′45.0″N 97°44′19.5″W / 26.029167°N 97.738750°W / 26.029167; -97.738750