Border bridges blocked as rail workers seek back pay, benefits

Former Mexican railway workers disrupted commerce at border crossings in Arizona, Texas

Noi Mahoney·Wednesday, February 14, 2024 for freightwaves.com

Former employees of Mexico’s state rail company held protests and blockades Wednesday, saying they are owed benefits and severance pay from the Mexican government. (Photo: Traileros de Nuevo Laredo)

Former Mexican rail workers held protests and blockades at U.S.-Mexico border crossings in Arizona and Texas on Wednesday, seeking benefits, severance pay and more communication from the federal government. To continue reading…

Updated: February 15, 2024 — 8:26 AM

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