Ensenada International Airport

Ensenada will have an international airport in the area of ​​Ojos Negros, for which already purchased a plot of 380 hectares with a value of 120 million pesos, announced Governor Francisco Vega de Lamadrid.
He added that, after the Secretariat of Communications and Transportation (SCT), given to the aerodrome feasibility, proceeded to the purchase of the land.
“This was tightly managed to prevent land speculation,” he said.
The governor said that once all documents meet in regulation, the file will “rise” to the committee Pubic Private Partnership (PPP), which could happen in about a month.
When completing this procedure, the committee authorized the bidding to begin receiving proposals.
The governor stated that do not yet have an estimated amount of the airport project, as this will depend on the proposals made by each interested investors, plus there are those who build and operate.
As it marks the regulation and being an international airport will be located more than 100 kilometers next international airport, ie the Tijuana.
Francisco Vega emphasized that the SCT will expand to four lanes the road Ensenada to Ojos Negros, in 2016;works cover the kilometer 0 to 12 and will feature gating.
According to the plan of the federal agency, then the section between kilometer 12 and 47 would be extended.
The plan would be included in the work programs 2016, 2017 and 2018.
Feasibility train
Francisco Vega de Lamadrid said that among the strategic projects for Ensenada, is the expansion of the port of El Sauzal and the route for the train Ensenada – Tecate and modernization of the port of El Sauzal.
The governor said that in a period of about a month, the SCT will deliver the memorandum of project feasibility of El Sauzal, and “take the next step.”
Be given this project, the route would be more or less than 20 kilometers from the international airport.
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  1. […] we have been hearing about this airport plan for at least two years(2015 post).  With all of the infrastructure needs of Baja and lack of money, this boondoggle’s […]

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