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Source: U.S. Customs and Border Protection, compiled by City of El Paso International Bridges Department.
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Note: Graphs depict a 6 period moving average. The most recent observation is December 2018. Please source appropriately if graphs or data are used. Additional data may be provided upon request.
- Pedestrian crossings have witnessed an upward trend since 2012 but continue below the peak levels of early 2000s.
- In 2018, total monthly average crossings are 601,852 (20,062 daily).
- In 2018, about two-thirds (63%) of pedestrians cross through the Paso del Norte (PdN) Bridge which connects the downtowns of Juarez and El Paso cities and provides immediate access to an El Paso Community College Campus and the University of Texas at El Paso.
- In 2018, PdN monthly average crossings are 377,603 (12,587 daily).
Source: City of El Paso International Bridges Department.
Note: Graph depicts a 6 period moving average. The most recent observation is December 2018. Please source appropriately if graph or data are used. Additional data may be provided upon request.
- Similar to northbound, in 2018, the bulk of pedestrian southbound (tolled) crossings are made through PdN (72%).
- Stanton crossings have been declining since the Great Recession, possibly linked to the closure of many downtown retail stores in El Paso and the opening of the Sun Metro Downtown Transfer Center close by the PdN Bridge.
Report last updated on 02/25/2019