Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Punta Colonet's Mexico/U.S. Rail Crossing in San Luis Río Colorado?

The Mexican city of San Luis Río Colorado, on the U.S. border in Baja California, hopes to become the prime railroad crossing for Asian goods being transported from the planned mega-port at Punta Colonet, Mexico, into the U.S. The border city of 150,000 is 350 kilometers north of Punta Colonet. An 80-acre site five miles east of San Luis, Arizona, is home to the new San Luis II Port of Entry, serving freight trucks moving across the busy border. Planners in Yuma, Arizona, share San Luis Rio Colorado's interest, as Yuma would host a major cargo center to redirect shipments via truck and rail throughout the U.S. and Canada.

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