The project would reconstruct, widen, extend, and improve the existing Otay Truck Route, which fronts a portion of the U.S./Mexico border in the Otay Mesa community of the City of San Diego. The proposed road improvement would include a combination of asphalt roadway, concrete curb, retaining wall, and structure elements. The total length of the improvements would be approximately 1.9 miles, including 0.9 mile of existing paved road that would be resurfaced and widened, and 1.0 mile of existing gravel road that would be paved and widened. Like the existing truck route, the completed project roadway would be a City facility. In addition to the east/west alignment, the project also entails improvements along existing north/south streets connecting to the Otay Truck Route, including Britannia Boulevard, La Media Road, and Drucker Lane.
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