Tijuana Border Road Closure

Bajadock:  Thanks to Kate R for digging up this story.


Beginning Monday, March 28 drivers are directed from Playas de Tijuana may move the Second street or avenue Venustiano Carranza to join Zona Rio. TIJUANA The municipal government informs the public that from next Monday, March 28 partial closure of the International Avenue -a height of the Chaparral- be held due to construction work Vehicular Bridge Historical Center Puerta Mexico, which it is part of the Integrated Transport System Tijuana (SITT). The Ministry of Urban Development and Ecology said the traffic diversion will take place in three lanes of the road, so Second Street and the Venustiano Carranza Avenue were set up as alternate routes for drivers heading of Playas de Tijuana Zone river, pending the completion of the work in the coming weeks. In addition, one lane south of the International Avenue body will be available for drivers join from Playas de Tijuana Zona Rio.

Similarly, it will be closed the bridge back to Playas de Tijuana from San Ysidro, so this road users should use Gate Bridge Mexico. The first stage of the work involves the installation of bridge columns, connecting the Federal Cologne North Zone, crossing the Tijuana River Channeling. Tijuana City Council urges motorists to respect road signs installed in place, and the instructions of the municipal authority to reduce disruption and prevent accidents while construction work executed.

avenida internacional tijuana map - Google Maps

Av Internacional in red, Calle Segunda in green.  Free Rd, right side of map in green, avoids this mess.


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