Photo courtesy of David Zamudio for Cordoba.
With tens and thousands of people traveling between Tijuana, Mexico, to San Diego, California everyday for work, these commuters have faced incredibly long wait times to cross border patrol and get to their jobs. As a response to these increased times, officials in Baja California are conducting a feasibility study for an extension of San Diego’s Blue Line Trolley that would allow riders to cross the U.S. - Mexico border and potentially shave hours off of commutes. How is the project navigating this unique and complex regulatory environment, and what can the Bay Area learn from the spirit of innovation and regional cooperation in the growing Cali Baja Megaregion? Join us to learn about the fascinating project and why this link is so important to communities on both sides of the border.
- Danielle Kochman / Request For Innovative Concepts, SANDAG
- Kurt Honold / State of Baja, California, Mexico
- Jacqueline Reynoso / Cordoba Corporation
- Sebastian Petty / SPUR
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