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Going to Nuevo Laredo? Rarely does anyone go to Nuevo Laredo for its own sake, but, as the busiest land port in North America, many pass through it. It is the point where the PanAmerican Highway crosses into the United States via Mexico and as such, while it may not be the destination itself, you might find yourself in Nuevo Laredo merely passing through en route to points further North or South. For one thing Piedras Negras is not as busy a town as Nuevo Laredo and, if it is your first time in Mexico, it might be easier to ease yourself into Mexico.
The traffic queues are also a consideration, as to return to the US from Nuevo Laredo, the bridges are very often backed up with both pedestrians and cars I will talk about this later. There are three bridges that connect the Two Laredos for private vehicles. If you are driving, you will have the option of crossing Bridges 1, 2, or 4. If you are on foot, you will have to use Bridge 1.
Bridge 2 is at the end of I and connects with Blvd. Colosio in Mexico. If you are not stopping in Nuevo Laredo, or are simply not heading downtown, Bridge 2 is often the most seamless option. While Colombia is an interesting small village, that particular bridge is a rather out of the way option if you are bound for Nuevo Laredo.
Getting into Mexico is generally pretty quick regardless of the bridge you use. You will notice a different road surface when you pass the border plaque on the bridge. Pursuant to treaty, the International Border is at the half-way point on any of the bridges, regardless of the location of the actual border as determined by the river or land below. If you are crossing by foot, there will often be a Mexican soldier standing at the border line. Do not take a picture- they really do not like that!
Once you clear the bridge, you will have the option to drive into one of the gated lanes for customs. Drive all the way up to the gate; it will open and will flash either a green light or red light. If it is green, just drive on- Bienvenidos a Mexico! If it is red, you will hear a short siren and you must pull into one of the inspection spots. The inspection is normally just a look in your windows and trunk. I have never been asked for my passport at this point, but I always have it at the ready just in case.