The Starr-Camargo Bridge serves as the most direct and efficient route between the Rio Grande Valley and Mexican cities such as Monterrey and Mexico City.
The two lane bridge, opened in 1966, abd us 591 feet long.
The crossing is also known locally as Puente Camargo. The bridge is privately owned by the Starr-Camargo Bridge Company.
After a $25 million dollar investment, Starr-Camargo Bridge has a large parking import lot for commercial trucks, hi-tech equipment, wider roads and a number of diverse improvements that have made it the crossing with the fastest processing time in all of South Texas.