Stanton Street Bridge

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Stanton Street Bridge
Coordinates 31°44′53″N 106°28′58″W / 31.74807°N 106.48272°W / 31.74807; -106.48272Coordinates: 31°44′53″N 106°28′58″W / 31.74807°N 106.48272°W / 31.74807; -106.48272
CrossesRio Grande
Official nameGood Neighbor International Bridge
Other name(s)Friendship Brige
Characteristics
Total length880 feet (270 m)
History
Construction end1967 (1967)
Stanton Street Bridge is located in Texas
Stanton Street Bridge
Stanton Street Bridge
Location in Texas
Stanton Street Bridge is located in Mexico
Stanton Street Bridge
Stanton Street Bridge
Stanton Street Bridge (Mexico)

The Good Neighbor International Bridge, commonly known as the Stanton Street Bridge, is an international bridge connecting the United States-Mexico border cities of El Paso, Texas, and Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua across the Rio Grande (Río Bravo). The bridge is also known as "Friendship Bridge", "Puente Río Bravo" and "Puente Ciudad Juárez-Stanton El Paso". The Good Neighbor International Bridge is a five lane bridge with 3 lanes for south bound traffic and one for Secure Electronic Network for Travelers Rapid Inspection northbound traffic.[1] The bridge was completed in 1967 and is 880 feet (270 m) long.[2] The U.S. side of the bridge is owned and operated by the City of El Paso.[1]

This border crossing is for Global Entry members only.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "International Bridges". www.elpasotexas.gov. Retrieved 2018-05-17.
  2. ^ "Good Neighbor International Bridge (El Paso/Ciudad Juárez, 1967)". Structurae. Retrieved 2018-05-17.