Otay Mesa Land Port of Entry begins construction

Posted by on May 27, 2020

The Otay Mesa Port of Entry has begun a $137.2 million construction project to expand pedestrian and commercial truck processing areas, Customs and Border Protection and the U.S. General Services Administration announced Tuesday.

The project will double the pedestrian inspection facility lanes from six to 12 and increase the number of commercial inspection booths from 10 to 16, they said.

Also included in the project are a new commercial annex building, parking for visitors and employees, a bus safety inspection facility and a Department of Agriculture-funded plant inspection station.

Read the full NBC San Diego article.