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San Ysidro Land Port of Entry

 

House Appropriations Committee Sees Construction Funding at Work

Congressional staff from the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Appropriations toured two of the busiest land border crossings in the Western Hemisphere in April.

San Ysidro LPOE in the President’s 2015 Budget Request

GSA is requesting funding to continue expansion of the land port. Phase 2 includes the construction of a new administration and pedestrian processing building and a connection between the pedestrian and auto facilities. The historic port building will also be renovated.

GSA Secures 2014 Funding for San Ysidro LPOE Project

With the passage of the Fiscal Year 2014 Consolidated Appropriations Act, GSA will invest $226 million on the next phase of the San Ysidro construction.

TRAFFIC ADVISORY | AVISO DE TRAFICO

San Ysidro LPOE will remain operational over the course of renovation and expansion.

Expect changes in normal traffic patterns and stay informed via these traffic advisories:

Traffic Advisory (Aviso de Trafico)

COMMUNITY IMPACT | IMPACTO EN LA COMMUNIDAD

GSA understands the impact San Ysidro Land Port of Entry has in the local community. We foster close working relationships with community partners and stakeholders.

Community Representatives Committee - The CRC works with communities to solicit input and feedback about the project.

Historic Preservation - GSA, as the lead agency for the project, initiated the National Historic Preservation Act, Section 106 consultation.

Environmental Review - GSA issued an Improvements Project Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) in November 2013, and public comments were accepted and evaluated. The draft analyzed the environmental impacts of the revised project, including proposed modifications to the number of vehicle lanes on the southbound roadway and a bi-directional pedestrian crossing facility on the west side of the port at Virginia Avenue, in addition to LPOE improvements previously analyzed in the project’s 2009 EIS.

PROJECT OVERVIEW | RESUMEN DE PROYECTO

  • Busiest Land Port of Entry in Western Hemisphere
  • 50,000 northbound vehicles processed each day
  • 25,000 northbound pedestrians cross each day
  • Critical economic engine for San Diego - Tijuana region
Modernization and Expansion
  • Modernize and expand existing port
  • "Port of the Future" featuring sustainable design and technology
  • 38 additional vehicle inspection booths
  • Realigns portion of Interstate 5 to connect to El Chaparral
  • Enhances U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s ability to conduct its mission
  • Additional bidirectional pedestrian crossing and multimodal transit center
Scheduled Completion and Funding Status
  • Phase 1: January 2016 (Fully Funded)
  • Phase 2: To be determined (Unfunded)
  • Phase 3: January 2018 (Fully Funded)
Cost
  • Estimated project cost: $735 million
  • Plus $6 million in ARRA funds

Project Funding Information >

DESIGN | DISEÑO

 

 

TRAFFIC ADVISORY

April 18, 2014 at 8 a.m.
Northbound primary inspection lanes 19 to 26 will reopen.

April 18, 2014 at 8 a.m. until July 11, 2014 at 8 a.m.
Northbound primary inspection lanes 11 to 18 will close to accommodate final canopy construction work. These lanes will remain closed through Friday, July 11, 2014. Drivers will continue to use available lanes. (The construction project and related partial lane closures will continue until fall of 2014.)

Planned lane closures are subject to change without notice. Please follow all traffic redirection signs.

For the latest traffic conditions and wait time please call (619) 690-8999.

AVISO DE TRAFICO

El 18 de abril 2014 a las 8 a.m.
Los carriles de inspección primaria con dirección norte 19 al 26 se reabrirá.

Desde el 18 de abril 2014 a las 8 a.m. hasta el 11 de julio 2014 a las 8 a.m.
GSA cerrará los carriles y casetas de inspección primaria 11 al 18 para vehículos particulares en dirección norte, para facilitar la construcción final del toldo. Estos carriles se mantendrán cerrados hasta el viernes, 11 de julio de 2014. Se les avisa a los usuarios que usen los carriles disponibles. (El proyecto de construcción y el cierre parcial de carriles continuará hasta el otoño de 2014.)

Los cierres de carriles planeados estarán sujetos a cambios sin previo aviso. Por favor siga las señales de desviación del tráfico.

Para obtener la información mas actualizada sobre las condiciones del trafico y el tiempo de espera llame al (619) 690-8999.


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