Crossing to Mexico Through San Ysidro Port of Entry Will be Suspended for More Than Two Days in September

It will be closed for a period of 57 hours for expansion work

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As part of an expansion and renovation project, crossing into Mexico from the United States through the San Ysidro Port of Entry will remain closed 57 hours next September.

As reported by the General Service Administration, the closure will begin on September 23rd at 3:00 pm with a duration of more than two days out of service.

After more than six years under construction, these works are part of the third phase of the remodeling and expansion of the San Ysidro Port of Entry, which consists of diverting the Freeway 5 to El Chaparral and expanding the South and North booths towards the West.

Citizens are recommended to cross to Mexico only if necessary since the only access to Tijuana will be through the Otay Port of Entry, which will cause great traffic jams.

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Translated by:cristina.mora@sandiegored.com


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