Transfers will be reduced from 40 to just 7 minutes
Tijuana will have its first viaduct which is an avant-garde proposal that will speed up mobility in the city.
The project will consist of a highway with a second-floor section that will run from the Matadero Canyon to the Tijuana International Airport, with integrations to the Central Zone and Rio, and especially to the San Ysidro Border Port.
The road will reduce the travel time from 40 to just 7 minutes. It is worth mentioning that the state will not be indebted with the costs of the viaduct since the financing will be provided by a private company.
Within the presentation made by the Government of Baja California and the Tijuana City Council, the plan to build the Interurban Train was also announced, which will take advantage of the railway infrastructure of the Tijuana-Tecate Short Way.
During its first stage, the train will travel 27.4 kilometers from the Garita de San Ysidro in western Tijuana to the Maclovio Rojas ejido in the eastern zone. The transfer will take less than 50 minutes, going through 7 different stations that will serve as feeder points to the main routes of the city.
Finally, the Tijuana Comprehensive Transportation System (SITT) will be relaunched by the Institute of Sustainable Mobility (IMOS) . Renewing infrastructure, transport units, technology, legality, and order.
The SITT will move up to 15 thousand passengers during the first month of its renewal. It is estimated that by the end of 2021 it will serve as transport for 50 thousand daily passengers.
Source: elimparcial.com, sandiegored.com