PHARR, Texas – The Pharr International Bridge has seen a growth of five percent in business during the calendar year 2022.

In an exclusive end-of-year video interview with the Rio Grande Guardian International News Service, Pharr Bridge Director Luis Bazan acknowledged that truck crossings of oil and gas products have decreased. This, he said, is because Mexico is once again allowing oil and gas to be imported through pipeline.

Here is the video interview:


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