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1 BOTTLENECK STUDY UPDATE Pedro Orso-Delgado District Director District 11

2 Presentation Outline  Review Completed Bottleneck Study and Findings  Provide Update of Improvements Completed and Underway at:  Otay Mesa/Mesa de Otay Port of Entry  San Ysidro/Puerta Mexico Port of Entry  Future Activities

3 Background F 12/02 Caltrans Tasked by JWC to Address Transportation Infrastructure Supporting POE’s F Develop Border-wide & Multimodal Bottleneck Methodology for U.S.-Mexico F 11/04 JWC approved the Final Report of Bottleneck Study - Phase I Case Study: San Diego-Tijuana Gateway

4 Study Objectives & Accomplishments  The San Diego-Tijuana gateway was used as a test-bed  Documented results of methodology including challenges and recommendations FThe study can be used as a common U.S.-Mexico border-wide framework  Successfully developed a methodology to identify low-cost/high result recommendations

5 N3 N4 N1N2 N5 N6 Methodology

6 MEXICO U.S.A. Otay Mesa Case Example MEXICO EXPORT U.S. IMPORT

7 Otay Mesa/Mesa de Otay  Operational, Minor Infrastructure and Safety Improvements at Northbound & Southbound Truck Routes  Improve turning radii at various locations  Pave emergency lane  Re-route empty lane  Add traffic signal  Increase capacity via additional lanes  Install concrete barriers Identify Bottlenecks and Proposed Improvements

8 U.S.A. MEXICO Southbound Northbound Otay Mesa/Mesa de Otay

9 Northbound Key Improvements Ultimate Expansion 8 lanes $600,000 to expand from 3 to 4 lanes 4 Lanes completed

10 Otay Mesa/Mesa de Otay Southbound Key Improvements Increase Turning Radius and Re-route Empty Trucks

11 $16.9 Million - Major Expand from 2 to 9 Lanes Plus other Southbound Roadway Improvements 9 Lanes DRUCKER LANE Otay Mesa Southbound Truck Route Major Improvements SIEMPRE VIVA RD. SOUTHBOUND PORT OF OTAY MESA CARGO 5 Lanes 4 Lanes Status: City working on Environmental Document

12 OTAY MESA POE NORTHBOUND INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS

13 Otay Mesa/Mesa de Otay Southbound Key Improvements

14 Otay Mesa Northbound Truck Improvements $1.0 million Expand from 3 to 8 Lanes Mexico Export U.S. Import 8 Lanes

15 Otay Mesa Northbound Truck Improvements $1.0 million Expand from 3 to 8 Lanes 8 Lanes Mexico Export U.S. Import

16 San Ysidro/Puerta Mexico  Operational, Minor Infrastructure and Safety Improvements for cars and pedestrians  Increase number of SENTRI lanes  Expand access to SENTRI lanes  Extend Pedestrian Bridge  Better utilization of all through lanes  Create secondary turn pocket  Enforce “No Parking” zones Identify Bottlenecks and Proposed Improvements

17 Southbound Northbound San Ysidro/Puerta Mexico

18 Northbound Key Improvements  Proposed Expansion of SENTRI  Realignment of HOV

19 San Ysidro/Puerta Mexico Northbound Key Improvements SENTRI Lanes Mexico US A

20 Existing Exit Lanes Lane #1Lane #2Lane #3Bus Lane Proposed Exit Lanes Caltrans Share: $300 k CBP Share: $200 k Total Cost: $500 k U.S. SENTRI Exit Lanes Pre Expansion

21 FImprovements to relieve bottleneck at inspection area have been implemented in Mexico FMayor of Tijuana is interested in improving border crossing time into Tijuana San Ysidro/Puerta Mexico Southbound Key Improvements

22 Next Steps FContinue to work with local and federal agencies to complete improvements identified in Bottleneck Study  Phase II Other Border Gateways (Unfunded)  Phase III U.S./Mexico Border-wide Bottleneck Report (Unfunded)

23 Questions ?

24 Methodology  System definition and data collection  System capacity analysis  Identify bottlenecks and proposed improvements

25 Methodology Data Collection  Turn Move Counts  Commercial Vehicle Classification  Queuing  Volumes

26 METHODOLOGY System Capacity Flow Chart

27 Identify Bottlenecks and Proposed Improvements  Identify Bottleneck Solution  Solution Implementation and Calibration Methodology

28  Methodology Focused on Transportation Outside of the POE  Data Collection Schedule  Construction Eliminated Pedestrian and Bicycle Data Collection Challenges

29  Successfully developed a methodology to identify low-cost/high result recommendations Conclusions


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