Hey! That's actually a pretty good idea ...
From the Arizona Daily Star's "Lukeville will ease re-entry from Mexico":
Vacationers returning from Mexico through the Lukeville Port of Entry will catch a break starting this weekend.
Every Sunday and Monday, recreational vehicles and those towing trailers will be directed into the commercial truck lane to help ease the congestion that has plagued the port for years.
Mexican officials will sperate and direct traffic prior to entering the port, U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials announced in a press release today.
This is a good step forward. Extending the available crossing hours on weekends would be the next logical step, but probably harder to pull off since it involves manpower and additional shifts on each side of the border ...
(p.s. Every news story is better when there's a little lucha libre action in it)