Paso del Norte International Bridge

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Paso del Norte International Bridge
Puente Benito Juárez
Crosses Rio Grande
Locale El Paso, Texas
Official name Paso del Norte Bridge
Other name(s) Santa Fe Street Bridge
Owner City of El Paso
Characteristics
No. of lanes 4
History
Opened 1967

The Paso del Norte International Bridge is an international bridge which crosses the Rio Grande (Río Bravo) connecting the United States-Mexico border cities of El Paso, Texas, and Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua. The bridge is also known as "Paso del Norte Bridge", "Santa Fe Street Bridge", "Puente Benito Juárez", "Puente Paso del Norte" and "Puente Juárez-Santa Fe". The Paso del Norte International Bridge is a four-lane bridge for northbound non-commercial traffic only. The bridge was constructed in 1967. The American side of the bridge is owned and operated by the City of El Paso.[1]

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Coordinates: 31°44′51.54″N 106°29′13.12″W / 31.7476500°N 106.4869778°W / 31.7476500; -106.4869778