BORDER WAIT TIMES
Now you can be up to date with the latest border wait time information and send reports in real time. The information collected from the CBP website is updated every twenty minutes and the user generated reports provide valuable information instantly with comments and images that show where the current queue is located.
We know that traveling is part of life, and losing time is something really annoying. So ALPUENTE.MX is here to stay with the task of “Reporting Bridge Activity”.
Making a trip to the United States, and passing through the border implies a lot of situations that we must foresee
The objective of ALPUENTE.MX is to be the most reliable border wait times report with the most precise information so that users can count on it.
The plan to reach these objectives is to keep building a net of information among users, also to obtain the most relevant information from the border patrol website that will benefit the user when they plan a trip to the United States.
What does the border wait times report consist of? ALPUENTE represents an option that allows you to know the waiting time that exists in the international crossing bridges between the United States and Mexico, where you have the opportunity to check the current wait times, share pictures of the actual wait line, check the cameras and analyze your options for the trip.
This is great, because this allows you to know the official information, which is updated every 20 minutes. Also, it’s a community that grows thanks to the reports of its users that add comments, images and real time information of the actual state of the bridges. If you want to participate in the community of ALPUENTE, just create an account, download the app and done, you can share your photo online, in the moment that you want, with that you will help other users and could win rewards.
We present information from the border cities of: Cd. Juárez, Matamoros, Nuevo Laredo, Nuevo Progresso Reynosa, Tijuana, Acuña, Agua Prieta, Camargo, El Porvenir, Guadalupe, Los Algodones, Mexicali, Miguel Alemán, Naco, Nogales, Ojinaga, Otay Centenario, Palomas, Piedras Negras, San Jerónimo, San Luis, Sonoyta and Tecate.