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U.S. and Mexican officials to break ground on new border crossing

 

Last updated 12/10/2013 at Noon



SAN DIEGO - U.S. and Mexican officials are scheduled today to break ground on a new freeway project that will connect a planned border crossing east of Otay Mesa to the area's highway system.

The 2.5-mile state Route 11 will be built in three stages.

The $112 million first segment will include connectors to state Route 905 and a stretch of new highway from that freeway east to Enrico Fermi Drive.

Segments planned for the future will extend the highway to the border and create a new border crossing. Other plans call for toll roads approaching the border, crossing both north and south of t...



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