9 January 2024
Freight News

CBP Reopens Four Southwest Ports of Entry After Weekslong Closures

U.S. Customs and Border Protection resumed full commercial operations on January 4 at an international bridge in Eagle Pass, Texas, as well as two Mexico crossings in Arizona. CBP said it also was reopening an international pedestrian border crossing in San Diego.

An influx of migrants arriving in November along the U.S.-Mexico border prompted the agency to redirect personnel to assist U.S. Border Patrol with taking migrants into custody.

The resumption of operations reflects a drop in migrant crossings that peaked last month, according to Troy Miller, acting CBP commissioner. Miller said that illegal crossings had reached as many as 10,000 migrants a day in December, according to the Associated Press.

Read more in an article from FreightWaves.

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