WAIT TIMES INTO THE U.S. San Ysidro - All Traffic: Vehicles: 1:25 Pedestrians: 0:10 Ready Lanes: Vehicles: 1:10 Pedestrians: no delay Sentri Lanes: Vehicles: 0:10
Otay Mesa - All Traffic: Vehicles: 0:20 Pedestrians: no delay Ready Lanes: Vehicles: 0:20 Pedestrians: no delay Sentri Lanes: Vehicles: no delay Cargo Standard: 0:10 Cargo FAST: 0:10
Tecate - All Traffic: Vehicles: 0:10 Pedestrians: no delay Ready Lanes: Vehicles: N/A Pedestrians: N/A Sentri Lanes: Vehicles: N/A
WAIT TIMES INTO MEXICO Tijuana - I-5: I-805:

Cross-Border Studies

Measuring Progress on Border Delays and P3s”, Cross Border Group, 2017

Measuring Progress on Border Delays and P3s”, Cross Border Group, 2017

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Economic Development and Innovation Scenarios at Ports of Entry”, North American Research Partnerhip

Economic Development and Innovation Scenarios at Ports of Entry”, North American Research Partnerhip

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Calibaja Cross-Border Supply Chain

Cali Baja Cross Border Supply Chains”, Melissa Floca, Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies

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TRADE AND COMPETITIVENESS IN NORTH AMERICA

NORTH AMERICAN TRADE IN THE AGE OF NAFTA The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) was enacted on January 1, 1994, and was the first reciprocal agreement of its kind between industrial and developing countries. Broadly, the agreement sought to lower trade barriers and increase trade and investment between the United States, Canada, and Mexico. This summary uses available data to analyze and illuminate how NAFTA has heightened economic competitiveness across North America and spurred growth in Cali Baja’s innovation economy, making it one of the most beneficial and significant trade agreements in history.

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Smart Borders

Smart Borders Increasing security without sacrificing mobility

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Jobs Without Borders

Jobs Without Borders: Employment, Industry Concentrations, and Comparative Advantage in the CaliBaja Region

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GROWING TOGETHER

GROWING TOGETHER: Economic Ties between the United States and Mexico BY CHRISTOPHER WILSON

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What the Future Could Be With a Frictionless Border

Preface: Seeing Beyond National Boundaries Back in 2007, not long after I moved to Toronto, I wrote an op-ed piece for The Globe and Mail in which I urged Torontonians to look at their city in a new way—“as the nerve center of one of the world’s greatest mega-regions, a trans-border powerhouse that stretches from Buffalo to Quebec City.” Now seven years later, the Cali-Baja Region is making a similar case for their future.

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Economic Impacts of Wait Times

Congestion at border crossings between San Diego County and Baja California causes more delay and travel time uncertainty for cars, trucks and pedestrians than at any time in history. Steady growth in global and regional economic integration squeezes ever more people and goods through border infrastructure that was sized for a much smaller and radically less security- conscious economy.

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Building a Partnership with Mexico

U.S.-Mexico ties touch more U.S. lives daily than any other country via trade, border connections, tourism, and family ties as well as, sadly, illicit flows. The same is true for Mexico.

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