Eagle Pass, Texas
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Eagle Pass Bridge I
This two-lane bridge is 1,855 feet long. Originally constructed in 1927 and reconstructed in 1954, the bridge was reinforced in 1985.
The crossing is also known locally as Eagle Pass-Piedras Negras International Bridge and Puente Piedras Negras-Eagle Pass.
More information is available from the Port of Eagle Pass.
Like the Camino Real International Bridge, the Eagle Pass Bridge I does not currently experience high volumes of traffic. However, there is a need to prepare for the growth of Eagle Pass. Identified needs also include intelligent transportation system (ITS) devices (such as traffic cameras or dynamic signs) and traffic signal synchronization improvements.
At the end of the study, improvements will be recommended based upon identified needs of the border crossings. If you would like to comment on the study, please email us.