Beginning next month, motorists crossing into Juárez will see an adjustment to the exchange rate for bridge tolls collected by the City of El Paso.
Effective May 1, 2019, the bridge tolls in Mexican Pesos for commercial and personal vehicles will be adjusted to reflect past fluctuations in the U.S. Dollar-Mexican Peso exchange rate.
Officials add that there will be no impact to pedestrians with this exchange rate adjustment.
The City’s International Bridges Department offers an E-Fast Pass program, which is an automated system that helps reduce wait times when crossing into Juárez for motorists by expediting the payment process.
The City of El Paso International Bridges Department manages three of the region’s international ports of entry- the Paso Del Norte, Stanton and Zaragoza.
The U.S. sides of these ports of entry are owned by the City of El Paso and they operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Bridge users may sign up for an E-Fast Pass online, in person at the Zaragoza International Bridge Toll Plaza Office, at 791 South Zaragoza, or at the One Stop Shop, at 811 Texas.