Today’s Daily Star covers the absurdly long wait times at the Lukeville border:
A fivefold increase in visitors to Rocky Point since 2001 has created a logjam on Sunday evenings at the pint-sized Lukeville port of entry that isn’t designed to handle the mad rush home. Lines stretch miles into Mexico and waits balloon to one to two hours on regular Sundays. On holiday weekends, the wait can be six to eight hours.
Officials are expecting thousands to head south on the two holiday weekends that sandwich the Fourth of July. The key to avoiding the long lines for those making the trip? You may not like the answer.
Here’s a link to the whole story:Driving down to Rocky Point a lot easier than getting back.
And, for those of you that missed it, here is a bit of their previous crossing coverage