Transportation Plans and Studies
SCAG Goods Movement Border Crossing Study – Phase II - PowerPoint Presentation from October 2016 Commission Meeting
Impacts of Border Delays at California-Baja California Ports of Entry
In April 2016, SANDAG, in partnership with the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) and the Imperial County Transportation Commission (ICTC), began a study called A Fresh Look at Impacts of Border Delays at California-Baja California Land Ports of Entry. For more information click on link http://www.sandag.org/borderdelays
Calexico Urban Planning Feasibility Study - General Services Administration (GSA)
To obtain a copy of the excel spreadsheet, please contact Cristi Lerma at email@example.com.
California-Baja California Border Master Plan
The California-Baja California Border Master Plan (BMP) is a binational comprehensive approach to coordinate planning and delivery of international land ports of entry (POEs) and transportation infrastructure projects serving the POEs in the region. The initial California-Baja California BMP was completed in 2008 with the participation of government agencies from both sides of the international border. This Update reflects changes in the POE and transportation planning environment at the border region. Caltrans and SIDUE are very gratified that other regions along the U.S.-Mexico border have adapted and expanded the BMP approach and customized it for their needs. Below the report is divided into sections.
Technical Appendices A-F, Part 1
Technical Appendices A-F, Part 2
Technical Appendices G-H
Forrester Road Improvement Corridor Study, 2009
CALIFORNIA/BAJA CALIFORNIA PEDESTRIAN AND BICYCLE TRANSPORTATION ACCESS STUDY
The goal of the study is to improve travel experience for people walking or bicycling across the Calfornia and Baja California border. The study gathered ideas on improvements from border travelers, community groups, and public agencies. The study looked at opportunities and challenges around each Border Crossing and proposed potential improvements.
The final report was adopted by ICTC on February 25, 2015. A full copy of the report and appendices are available in the links below. A spanish version of the executive summary and project matrix is also available.
1405 North Imperial Avenue, El Centro, CA 92243
Final Study Appendices
(Large Download - 160MB)
Imperial County Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) – 2013 Update
Imperial County 2007 Transportation Plan Highway Element
Imperial County Alternatives Fuels Impact