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Caltrans Announces Early Opening of Additional Commercial Truck Lane at Otay Mesa Border

District: District 11 – San Diego and Imperial Counties Contact: Nicholas Buenviaje Phone: (619) 688-6670Third Inspection Lane at the Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Facility Continues the Investment to Improve Movement of Goods Between California and MexicoSAN DIEGO —Caltrans announced today the opening of an additional commercial vehicle weigh-scale lane at the Otay Mesa Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Facility (CV...

District: District 11 – San Diego and Imperial Counties Contact: Nicholas Buenviaje Phone: (619) 688-6670

Third Inspection Lane at the Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Facility Continues the Investment to Improve Movement of Goods Between California and Mexico

SAN DIEGO —Caltrans announced today the opening of an additional commercial vehicle weigh-scale lane at the Otay Mesa Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Facility (CVEF), increasing the total truck lanes for freight from the Otay Mesa Port of Entry to three. The new lane at the Otay Mesa CVEF will improve efficiency and reduce wait times and related emissions for cross-border freight. The $8.9M project from the California State Highway Operations and Protection Program (SHOPP) started construction in January 2023 and opened to traffic one month ahead of schedule.

"Improving goods movement capacity at the border will provide immediate economic benefits and reduce planet-warming pollution for the entire Tijuana-San Diego region and beyond," said California Transportation Secretary Toks Omishakin. "This project aligns with our Core Four priorities of safety, equity, climate action and economic prosperity and once again demonstrates California’s leading role as an economic engine and a vital link in the nation’s supply chain.”

The existing Otay Mesa Port of Entry is the second-busiest truck crossing along the U.S.-Mexico border. More than 1.4 million trucks crossed northbound through the region’s three commercial land ports of entry in 2021, contributing an estimated $22.8 billion in economic output for California and $48.1 billion for the rest of the U.S. After federal inspection by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), all cargo trucks crossing into the U.S. from Mexico in Otay Mesa pass through the CVEF, where the California Highway Patrol (CHP) inspects for weight and vehicle safety before the trucks enter the state highway system.

U.S. Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg visited the facility in November 2022, followed by the California Transportation Commission (CTC) & Mexico’s Camara Nacional Del Autotransporte de Carga (CANACAR) visiting the project in August 2023 to highlight the importance of efficient goods movement for the economy of both countries and the regional air quality from idling truck emissions.

Additionally, Secretary Omishakin of the California State Transportation Agency visited the area recently to announce the completion of the roadway network connecting to the future Otay Mesa East Port of Entry, scheduled to open by the end of 2026. To date, more than $1.5 billion of federal, state, and local transportation funding has been invested in Otay Mesa alone.

For real-time traffic information, including traffic speed, lane and road closures due to construction and maintenance activities, and more, go to http://quickmap.dot.ca.gov/

Follow @SDCaltrans on Twitter and like Caltrans District 11 on Facebook at www.facebook.com/SDCaltrans for news related to state transportation in San Diego and Imperial counties.

White House boosts trucking with new development in Southern California’s Otay Mesa

The U.S. government is currently upgrading a number of commercial truck crossings over the international border with Mexico, including the nation’s third busiest at Otay Mesa in Southern California.“The Department of Transportation has awarded the City of San Diego $24 million to rehabilitate and preserve the 50-year-old Palm Avenue overcrossing bridge in San Diego,” th...

The U.S. government is currently upgrading a number of commercial truck crossings over the international border with Mexico, including the nation’s third busiest at Otay Mesa in Southern California.

“The Department of Transportation has awarded the City of San Diego $24 million to rehabilitate and preserve the 50-year-old Palm Avenue overcrossing bridge in San Diego,” the White House announced on May 15.

It noted that the bridge is a “key connector” for the Otay-Mesa-Nestor community and is “only a few miles” from the U.S.-Mexico border.

According to the U.S. General Services Administration, the Otay Mesa Land Port of Entry is the “busiest” commercial port in California but it cannot support current “northbound commercial traffic.” As a result, GSA is in the process of “modernizing and expanding” the entire existing port.

Trucking offers a key supply chain link between the two countries at San Diego’s Otay Mesa, a point underlined by Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, who said the Biden administration is devoting $150 million to the larger development project, one of many his department is supporting in Southern California.

“Picture one of those trucks that’s going to come through Otay Mesa,” Buttigieg said on a recent visit. “It might head north to a warehouse connected to the Port of LA where we recently announced $20 million to build a new four-lane roadway and bridge—which will save truck drivers a total of almost 2,500 hours every day.”

Buttigieg said the development will include “a new inspection facility for commercial trucks, 10 new lanes for incoming vehicles, state-of-the-art inspection equipment, zero-emissions chargers for staff vehicles and state-of-the-art technology designed to make the entire operation safer and more efficient.”

The announcement is part of an even bigger investment push by the U.S. and Mexico into the 44 international ports of entry along the nearly 2,000 miles of their shared boundary.

At the North American Leaders’ Summit in Mexico City earlier this year, U.S. President Joe Biden and Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador pledged to invigorate the trade sector between the two countries.

Under the 2021 bipartisan infrastructure package, the U.S. has pledged $3.4 billion “to construct, acquire, repair and alter” 26 land ports of entry—20 at the Canadian border and six at the southern border, while Mexico has pledged $1.5 billion from 2022 to 2024.

They have good reason for those pledges: the border between the U.S. and Mexico has a huge impact on the economies of both nations, with more than $53 billion in trade crossing over in just one month, according to a 2022 study by The Atlantic Council’s Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center.

“In July 2022 alone, the United States and Mexico traded over $65 billion in goods, with more than $53 billion crossing the southern border via trucks and trains,” the Atlantic Council report said.

The reference to trains is a timely reminder of growing competition to provide intermodal rail services between the two countries including the recently formed Canadian Pacific Kansas City Southern line as well as a new service offered jointly by CN, Union Pacific Railroad and GMXT.

These new rail connections are an important new link in the supply chain extending between the U.S. and Mexico, and they will greatly enhance intermodal traffic and trade across the common border.

But trucking offers a key link, too, especially over the expanding land crossing at Otay Mesa—as the Biden administration is making abundantly clear.

Photo: Artists’ rendition of new development at Otay Mesa

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U.S. completes $134 million modernization project at the Otay Mesa border crossing

OTAY MESA — The federal government has completed a $134 million modernization and expansion project at the Otay Mesa Port of Entry that includes more processing capacity for both pedestrians and commercial vehicles.The project — which started in May 2020 — represents the largest investment at the port of entry since 1986, said Ramón Riesgo, project di...

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The federal government has completed a $134 million modernization and expansion project at the Otay Mesa Port of Entry that includes more processing capacity for both pedestrians and commercial vehicles.

The project — which started in May 2020 — represents the largest investment at the port of entry since 1986, said Ramón Riesgo, project director for the southern border with the U.S. General Services Administration.

Some major stages of the project were completed last year, but the agency announced the project’s overall completion Thursday.

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The last stage included the repaving of a walkway used by travelers arriving from or heading to Mexico. From 2020 to date, the commercial lanes for cargo trucks increased from nine to 16, and lanes available at the pedestrian crossing doubled from six to 12.

However, travelers shouldn’t expect all pedestrian lanes to be open at all times, since it still depends on staffing and demand.

“What it allows us to do is manage our resources a little more effectively and efficiently,” said Wilson Portocarrero, public affairs liaison with U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

“Especially, during the peak travel times when we need to move some of our resources here at (the) pedestrian (crossing) to break those longer wait times that some of the folks are experiencing, or at the same time, we could also pull back and focus on the vehicle wait times, so we minimize that impact as well,” he added.

The Otay Mesa pedestrian crossing is used by an average of 7,500 people daily. Peak travel times are weekdays from 4:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m., and from noon to 8:00 p.m. on weekends, Portocarrero said.

Portocarrero praised GSA’s work for a “remarkable project” that will allow CBP to “facilitate legitimate trade and travel.”

The Otay Mesa crossing is the third-busiest commercial port of entry along the U.S.-Mexico border, officials said. The port processes over $13.5 billion in exports and $37.4 billion in imports, and nearly 1 million commercial trucks, according to GSA.

The project included a new return lane to Mexico to allow trucks denied entry into the country to use a dedicated lane that doesn’t affect entering traffic.

Other improvements were the construction of a commercial annex building, which houses a new enrollment center for Trusted Traveler Programs, such as SENTRI and Global Entry.

The I-94 permit office, which was relocated during construction, recently returned to its previous location inside the pedestrian building, officials said. The I-94 permit or “permiso,” is required for international visitors planning to travel farther than 25 miles from the border.

A new U.S. Department of Agriculture Animal and Plant Health Inspection facility was also built, as well as a pedestrian bridge, visitor parking lot and an employee parking structure.

The project didn’t include additional lanes to the regular vehicle border crossing. Officials have noted that there’s not much space left for construction. There’s also an ongoing project to build a second Otay Mesa border crossing for both vehicles and commercial crossings.

GSA is currently working on a separate $1.6 million project funded by the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to pave the port’s pre-primary vehicle inspection queuing area with more environmentally friendly materials. It is expected to be completed this spring.

California Highlights Key Investments to Improve Crossings and Wait Times at US-Mexico Border

District: District 11 – San Diego and Imperial Counties Contact: Nicholas Buenviaje Phone: (619) 688-6670Caltrans, SANDAG Complete Transportation Infrastructure to Support Future Otay Mesa East Port of Entry and Other Border Projects, Improving Goods Movement Between California and MexicoSAN DIEGO —California State Transportation Agency Secretary Toks Omishakin and the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) ...

District: District 11 – San Diego and Imperial Counties Contact: Nicholas Buenviaje Phone: (619) 688-6670

Caltrans, SANDAG Complete Transportation Infrastructure to Support Future Otay Mesa East Port of Entry and Other Border Projects, Improving Goods Movement Between California and Mexico

SAN DIEGO —California State Transportation Agency Secretary Toks Omishakin and the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) yesterday joined state and local officials on the Siempre Viva Road Interchange to commemorate the completion of the roadway network connecting to the future Otay Mesa East Port of Entry, a critical investment in border region improvements to facilitate the movement of people and goods. During the ceremony, both agencies reiterated their shared commitment to keep people and goods flowing safely and efficiently between California and Mexico. To date, more than $1.5 billion of federal, state, and local transportation funding has been invested in Otay Mesa alone.

“This interchange is the final piece of the puzzle to help keep goods and people moving when the new port of entry opens by the end of 2026,” said California State Transportation Agency Secretary Toks Omishakin. “With strong collaboration on both sides of the border, the finish line is in sight to shorten wait times, curb harmful pollution, and bolster binational trade.”

The completion of the roadway network supporting the future port of entry represents the culmination of two decades of work across all levels of government to create an innovative new border crossing that will transform the movement of people and goods throughout the San Diego-Baja California region. Other infrastructure improvements as part of the project include the construction of three freeway-to-freeway connectors, seven bridges, and 2.4 miles of new highway, along with the creation of 181 acres of environmental protection sites, installation of seven air quality monitors and 17 miles of fiber optic cables, and the relocation of international water and gas lines.

The Siempre Viva Road Interchange, the last major infrastructure component of the newly completed roadway network, will serve as a transition between State Route 11 (SR 11) and the future 15-lane toll plaza connecting to the Otay Mesa East Port of Entry. Once the new port of entry begins operations, SR 11 will operate as a variable tolled highway, providing travelers the ability to get to the border more quickly by paying a fee. The goal is to operate Otay Mesa East with an average 20-minute wait time between arriving and reaching primary inspection, which will also help lower wait times at nearby border crossings.

Caltrans and SANDAG are currently designing the new port of entry facility with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and General Services Administration (GSA). With final agreements from the federal government, the region can begin construction of the port of entry and be open by late 2026.

In addition to the new port of entry, Caltrans and GSA are investing in several other projects to facilitate goods movement and enable fast, predictable, and reliable border crossings and wait times. This includes the expansion of the Calexico West Land Port of Entry and adding a third inspection lane at the Otay Mesa Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Facility, which is expected to be completed in December.

The State Route 11 (SR 11)/Otay Mesa East Port of Entry Project (OME POE) is a joint venture between SANDAG and Caltrans, in collaboration with state and federal partners in the U.S. and Mexico, to create a 21st-century border crossing for the San Diego-Baja California mega-region that will enhance regional mobility and fuel economic growth and binational trade.

The proposed border improvements will provide fast, predictable, and secure border crossings by constructing a four-lane tolled road connecting directly to a state-of-the-art Customs & Border Protection Land Port of Entry and a California Highway Patrol Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Facility.

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Motorists are reminded to be Work Zone Alert if traveling in the area and to watch for highway workers and moving construction equipment.

The work schedule is subject to change due to weather conditions, traffic incidents, or other construction-related reasons.

For real-time traffic information, including traffic speed, lane and road closures due to construction and maintenance activities, and more, go to http://quickmap.dot.ca.gov/

Follow @SDCaltrans on Twitter and like Caltrans District 11 on Facebook at www.facebook.com/SDCaltrans for news related to state transportation in San Diego and Imperial counties.

Second Otay Mesa border crossing may open later than planned

SAN DIEGO —The anticipated second Otay Mesa border crossing project, also known as Otay II, could take longer than originally announced.It is now estimated that the newest port of entry could open in 2026 instead of late 2024. However, the project manager on the U.S. side said they were working around the clock in hopes of opening it before then.On Friday, the San Diego Assn. of Governments, known as SANDAG, and the California Department of Transportation — agencies in charge of the Otay Mesa East project &md...

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The anticipated second Otay Mesa border crossing project, also known as Otay II, could take longer than originally announced.

It is now estimated that the newest port of entry could open in 2026 instead of late 2024. However, the project manager on the U.S. side said they were working around the clock in hopes of opening it before then.

On Friday, the San Diego Assn. of Governments, known as SANDAG, and the California Department of Transportation — agencies in charge of the Otay Mesa East project — were granted $140-million from the California Transportation Committee for the project.

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This completed the funding strategy for the $1.2-billion project, said Mario Orso, project manager with Caltrans.

The new crossing will feature five vehicle lanes and five more for commercial trucks, with the option for these to be interchangeable depending on time and demand.

Unlike the other ports of entry, such as San Ysidro, a toll fee will be required when exiting the inspection booth on the U.S. side. The money collected will be divided between Mexico and the United States.

According to authorities, the toll fee will guarantee an average waiting time of 20 minutes.

The delay is due to discussions with federal agencies regarding roles and responsibilities for the maintenance and operation of the port of entry, Orso said. Once those take place, the gate design phase can begin.

“We already hired designers, we have the funds available for construction of the port of entry, and now we are waiting for the green light by Border Protection and the General Services Administration to officially begin designing the gate,” said Orso, who added that they were waiting to sign an agreement with both agencies.

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Two years ago, California and Mexico signed another agreement to work together to deliver the project by the end of 2024.

On the U.S. side, a freeway connector has already been built, and last year, authorities celebrated the Otay Mesa East groundbreaking.

Orso said they were currently working on site preparation, architectural issues and technology implementation, including the new border wait crossing times measuring system.

Last week, Mexican officials gave a progress update in which they indicated that they would complete their part by December. The construction is overseen by the national defense secretary of Mexico.

On June 26, General Raúl Manzano, resident engineer of the Baja California customs modernization works, said that work was nearly 30% complete.

An elevated viaduct is being built in Tijuana to connect the new border crossing. The project’s investment is 5.7 millions pesos (around $330,000).

Manzano acknowledged that the initial stage of the project was slow due to the right-of-way clearance. “We don’t stop anymore since this is a 24/7 work that will be taking place until December,” he added.

Baja California’s governor, Marina del Pilar Ávila Olmeda, highlighted the progress that had taken place in the last few months and said she would like Mexico’s president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, to inaugurate the site on Mexico’s side. López Obrador’s tenure ends at the end of 2024.

In 2020, López Obrador included the Otay Mesa project under an infrastructure plan to reactivate the economy after the pandemic.

Carlos González Gutiérrez, consul general of Mexico in San Diego, emphasized the coordination on this project between the countries.

“I think that Mexico and the United States need Otay II to get completed as soon as possible,” he said, “to first strengthen our binational trading capacity, to reduce the emission of toxic gases and, finally, to reduce crossing waiting times.”

He noted, however, that setbacks might occur.

“We understand that if, because of various reasons, it cannot be completed on the originally planned date, these things happen, and the important thing is that both governments are dedicated to finishing it as soon as possible, and finishing it well. I believe we are on the right track.”

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