SANDAG/Caltrans – Otay Mesa East Port of Entry Road Development – California - Project Profile
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The Sandag, a San Diego's Regional Planning Agency (SANDAG) and California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) joint venture is undertaking construction of a highway in the US.
The project involves the construction of a 4km stretch four-lane highway from SR-905 south to the Otay Mesa East POE. It is being implemented in three segments.
The first segment includes the construction of SR 905/SR 11 freeway-to-freeway connectors up to Enrico Fermi Drive. It also features the construction of a 2km stretch four-lane highway (state Route 11), which will link to state Route 905 and related facilities. The US$112 million is being invested for the development of the first segment.
The second segment will include the construction of remaining portion of SR 11 (from Enrico Fermi to the POE) and the Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Facility.
The third segment will include the construction of the new Port of Entry.
In June 2008, U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) completed a feasibility study.
In August 2008, the Program Environmental Impact Report/ first phase Environmental Impact Statement (PEIR/PEIS) was completed and received approval.
In December 2008, the Presidential Permit, which is required for any new land border crossing between the U.S. and Mexico or Canada, was issued by the U.S. Department of State.
In July 2011, GSA in partnership with Caltrans completed a program development study. Coffman Specialties Inc. has been appointed as the EPC contractor on the first segment.
The US$71 million comes from the state Proposition 1B Trade Corridors Improvement Fund and the US$41 million from the federal Coordinated Border Infrastructure program for the implementation of the first segment.
In December 2013, Construction works commenced on the first segment with a groundbreaking ceremony.
In October 2015, construction works on Northbound connectors commenced.
In February 2016, construction works on the second segment commenced.
In March 2016, Construction works on the first segment completed.
In July 2016, the project received funding of US$49.3 million from the Federal Government for SR-11 route.
In September 2016, The California Department of Transportation (CALTRANS) contributed US$50 million to the SR-125 connectors project.
In November 2016, construction works on the Northbound connectors completed.
The design works on the second segment and third segments are underway and construction dates are yet to finalized. Two southbound connectors linking SR 125 to eastbound SR 905 and eastbound SR 11 are also under design.
In June 2017, The California Transportation Commission allocated US$45 million from the State Transportation Improvement Program Coordinated Border Infrastructure Program to fully fund the right-of-way acquisition for the project.
The project involves the construction of a 4km stretch four-lane highway from SR-905 south to the Otay Mesa East POE in California, the US.
The US$1000 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of 2km stretch four-lane highway in the first segment
2. Construction of Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Facility in the second segment
3. Construction of a new Port of Entry in the third segmentReasons To Buy