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Puerta de las Californias binational bridge - Cross Border Xpress

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Current Stage In operation
Start:12/2015
Project Details

Description

The project involves the construction of a bridge connecting Mexico and US airports. Works on the Mexican side will create 500 jobs and include modifications of the airport building to connect it with the bridge to Otay Mesa, San Diego, United States. The bridge will have a total length of 180m. The project is being developed and operated by Otay-Tijuana Venture, a private investment group with US and Mexican shareholders. Investors include PAP Corp, Palareo and EGI-Otay Investors. Some 1 million passengers are expected to use the binational terminal each year. A 22.25ha building will be built in front of the Tijuana airport in Otay Mesa and will include parking areas, convenience stores, coffee shops, among others.

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Key Specs

Full Name
Puerta de las Californias binational bridge - Cross Border Xpress
Project Type
Airport, Bridge
Development Phase
In operation
Project Status
Active
Project Capacity
 Airport
 Bridge
Investment
US$ 265mn
Completion Date
2015
Location

The project extends from Tijuana, in Mexico, to the Otay Mesa city, in California, United States.

* The map coordinates represent the approximate latitude and longitude, and not the exact location of the project. 

 


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