US-Mexico truck crossings saw major decline across Texas in May

US-Mexico truck crossings saw major decline across Texas in May

For the second straight month, international truck crossings dropped dramatically at ports across Texas.

The World Trade and Colombia Solidarity bridges in Laredo, Texas, saw 68,473 fewer commercial truck crossings from Mexico in May compared with May 2019, according to the city of Laredo.

The 33% decline in truck traffic at Port Laredo was the second consecutive month of double-digit declines, with international crossings falling 21% in April. 

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