Pharr–Reynosa International Bridge

Local namePharr–Reynosa International Bridge
LocationReynosa, Mexico

The Pharr–Reynosa International Bridge crosses the Rio Grande and U.S.-Mexico border. It connects the city of Pharr in Texas with the city of Reynosa and Mexican Federal Highway 2 in Tamaulipas state, Mexico

The bridge handles commercial vehicles as well as passenger vehicles. It serves as an important port of entry into the U.S. Since 1996, all trucks have been diverted here from the McAllen–Hidalgo–Reynosa International Bridge on the west−upriver.

With a 5 km length, it is one of the longest international bridges connecting two countries in the world. Øresund-bridge between Denmark and Sweden is 7 845 meters .The bridge connects to U.S. Route 281 via Texas State Highway Spur 600.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pharr–Reynosa_International_Bridge

Address Carretera a Puente Pharr, 88850, Mexico

Coordinates 26°3'53.719" N -98°12'19.72" E

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