July 5, 2010
Additional traffic lanes and expanded inspection facilities are planned at the U.S.-Mexico ports of entry at Otay Mesa and San Ysidro.
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INFRASTRUCTURE: Capital Spending on Port of Entry Projects Called ‘Unprecedented’
Work is moving forward on long-awaited improvements to the U.S.-Mexico border entry ports in southern San Diego County — expected to cost a total of nearly $700 million by the time they’re completed.