*2019 Crossing Stats Available Visit: https://smartbordercoalition.com/blog/facts-and-figures
WAIT TIMES INTO THE U.S. San Ysidro - All Traffic: Vehicles: 1:15 Pedestrians: 0:50 Ready Lanes: Vehicles: 1:10 Pedestrians: no delay Sentri Lanes: Vehicles: 0:15
Otay Mesa - All Traffic: Vehicles: 1:15 Pedestrians: 0:35 Ready Lanes: Vehicles: 1:15 Pedestrians: N/A Sentri Lanes: Vehicles: no delay Cargo Standard: 0:20 Cargo FAST: 0:10
Tecate - All Traffic: Vehicles: 0:30 Pedestrians: no delay Ready Lanes: Vehicles: N/A Pedestrians: N/A Sentri Lanes: Vehicles: N/A
WAIT TIMES INTO MEXICO Tijuana - I-5: 0:13 I-805: No Wait

Smart Borders

Category: Cross-Border Studies

In 2015, global commerce is projected to be worth over $300 billion. The interlinked and international nature of this economy makes exponential growth quite lucrative, yet this economy also becomes increasingly susceptible to a range of risks from organized crime and terrorist groups to emerging technology. Take 3D printing—the technology

has been around for decades but
now that it is commercially viable and readily available, it presents a myriad of unprecedented threats. With anyone able to print any physical object for which a blueprint exists, this technology has the potential to fundamentally change the economies of scale for small, innovative enterprises and may revolutionize the entire manufacturing industry. Dynamic disruptions, such
as these, will force governments
and industry to re-imagine policies
and business practices related to the movement of goods and people to remain competitive in this new global order. Governments, in particular, will have the opportunity to envision and realize Smart Borders—a border security and management paradigm that can create safer, more standard and cost effective demarcations.