Keys to our future



              Tex a s -M ex ic o C ro s s -B o rder P a rtners hips to S ec ure the
                ...
INTRODUCTION
 To engage with success the challenges that the international conditions impose, Mexico
  is looking forward...
IMPORTANCE OF THE INTERNATIONAL BRIDGES AND BORDER
                    CROSSINGS SYSTEM


 Since the sign of NAFTA the tr...
MAIN INTERNATIONAL BRIDGES AND BORDER CROSSINGS


BORDER   BRIDGES AND   CUSTOMS   BORDER ZONE MEXICO MAIN INTERNATIONAL B...
BORDER FLOWS BETWEEN MEXICO – UNITED STATES

  In 2008 near 203 million passengers, 4.9 million trucks and close to 79 mil...
TRUCK FLOW PROJECTION BY THE YEAR 2020




FLOW OF TR UC K S B Y 2020               IT IS EXPECTED THAT THE 8 MAIN
       ...
CURRENT PROBLEMS FOR THE BORDER CORSSINGS


 Insufficient capacity and low level of service by the existing infrastructur...
OBJECTIVES 2007-2012



M O D E R N I Z A T I O N O F E X I S T A N T I N FR A S T R U C T U R E
      Expansion of the f...
GOALS 2007-2012

 I nc rea s e the c a pa c ity o f the interna tio na l bridg es a nd c ro s s ing s in
  a bout 30% by ...
2012 VISION FOR THE NORTHWEST BORDER
  Symbology
     FAST           SENTRI             INTERNATIONAL BRIDGE OR
Operationa...
2012 VISION FOR THE NORTHEAST BORDER

   Symbology
      FAST            SENTRI              INTERNATIONAL BRIDGE
        ...
NECESSARY SUPPORT


 S peed up the em is s io n o f pres identia l perm its fo r the c o ns truc tio n
  o f new interna ...
PROGRAMED INVESTMENT IN THE 8 MAIN BORDER ZONES 2007-2012
CONCLUSION


 The development of the infrastructure for the transport in the Mexico U.S.
 border is essential to embrace ...
ANEX 1
CIUDAD JUAREZ – EL PASO
CIUDAD JUAREZ – EL PASO
                                                          Zone 4




 PROYECTED FFCC

 EXISTENT FF...
ANEX 2
NUEVO LAREDO – LAREDO
NUEVO LAREDO – LAREDO
                                                                   Zone 6


                        ...
ANEX 3
REYNOSA – MCALLEN
REYNOSA - MC ALLEN
                                                                              Zone 7




           PRO...
ANEX 4
MATAMOROS – BROWNSVILLE
MATAMOROS - BROWNSVILLE
                                                                                Zone 8


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  1. 1. Keys to our future Tex a s -M ex ic o C ro s s -B o rder P a rtners hips to S ec ure the B enefits o f Tra de 12th Annual Ports-to-plains Conference October 2009 JSM/JJE/GAM
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION  To engage with success the challenges that the international conditions impose, Mexico is looking forward to increase its competitiveness.  For its closeness to the United States, transport and logistics could offer to Mexico significant competitive advantages.  The physical infrastructure is essential to create that advantages, but since more than ten years ago non new international vehicular bridge has been put in operation.  The modernization and expansion of this infrastructure is urgent to overcome the problems of saturation and congestion.  If the installed capacity is not expanded and to continue with actual increase on the demand, then the risk that in 2014 more than 85% of the border POE (Ports of Entry) system could be saturated, will become a reality.  In consequence ,it is require a plan of infrastructure border development to provide Mexico with enough capacity to address the border flows with efficiency and competitiveness.
  3. 3. IMPORTANCE OF THE INTERNATIONAL BRIDGES AND BORDER CROSSINGS SYSTEM  Since the sign of NAFTA the trade exchange between Mexico and the United States was intensified and today it reaches more than 300 billion USD.  The efficient and secure exchange of passengers and freight between Mexico and United States is fundamental for the development of both nations:  Mexico is ranked the 3rd exporter to the US (10.3%, 216 billion USD).  México is ranked the 2nd importer from the US (11.7%, 151 billion USD).  Approximately 70% of the value of that trade exchange is made by truck and 8.4% by railroad, meanwhile 16.4% is being made by maritime way and the rest 3.9% by other modes.  98% of the trans-border passenger movement is being made by land.  In 2008 near 203 million passengers, 4.9 million trucks and close to 79 million vehicles cross the border to the United States.
  4. 4. MAIN INTERNATIONAL BRIDGES AND BORDER CROSSINGS BORDER BRIDGES AND CUSTOMS BORDER ZONE MEXICO MAIN INTERNATIONAL BRIDGES CROSSINGS - US AND CROSSINGS NORTH 50 19 TIJUANA – SAN DIEGO • Puerta México-El Chaparral • Mesa de Otay I SOUTH 9 2 • Tecate TOTAL 59 21 MEXICALI - CALEXICO • Mexicali I y II • Algodones - Andrade • San Luis Río Colorado I NOGALES - NOGALES • Nogales I y II • Sonoyta • Agua Prieta CD. JUAREZ – EL PASO •Zaragoza - Ysleta • Lerdo – Santa Fé • Palomas – Columbus •San Jerónimo – Sta. Teresa PIEDRAS NEGRAS – • Piedras Negras I y II EAGLE PASS • Ciudad Acuña NUEVO LAREDO - • Nuevo Laredo I, II y III LAREDO • Colombia • Miguel Alemán REYNOSA - McALLEN • Reynosa - Pharr • Reynosa Hidalgo • Progreso – Nvo. Progreso • Camargo y Díaz Ordaz MATAMOROS - • Matamoros I, II y III BROWNSVILLE • Matamoros B&M • Los Indios
  5. 5. BORDER FLOWS BETWEEN MEXICO – UNITED STATES In 2008 near 203 million passengers, 4.9 million trucks and close to 79 million vehicles cross the border to the United States. % of total flows in 2008 Mexico-US ZONE 1 Zone TIJUANA – SAN DIEGO Autos Buses Trucks ZONE 4 ZONE 2 CD. JUAREZ – EL 1 22.57 50.98 17.52 PASO MEXICALI - CALEXICO 2 11.11 1.13 6.70 ZONE 5 P. NEGRAS – EAGLE 3 11.66 5.87 7.73 PASS 4 25.30 22.88 26.55 ZONE 3 ZONE 6 5 7.13 0.73 3.27 NOGALES – N. LAREDO – NOGALES LAREDO 6 11.10 15.07 32.13 ZONE 7 7 2.72 0.06 1.54 REYNOSA - MCALLEN 8 8.41 3.28 4.56 ZONE 8 Total 100 100 100 MATAMOROS – BROWNSVILLE
  6. 6. TRUCK FLOW PROJECTION BY THE YEAR 2020 FLOW OF TR UC K S B Y 2020 IT IS EXPECTED THAT THE 8 MAIN BORDER ZONES KEEP THE FLOW INCREASE.
  7. 7. CURRENT PROBLEMS FOR THE BORDER CORSSINGS  Insufficient capacity and low level of service by the existing infrastructure.  Increases on trans-border wait times.  Insufficient personnel for inspection labor at peak hours.  Lack of physical space for the expansion of facilities.  Absence of urban planning and bad integration inside the regional context.  Few and congested highway bypasses and railroads.  Main POE are saturated and overcrowded.
  8. 8. OBJECTIVES 2007-2012 M O D E R N I Z A T I O N O F E X I S T A N T I N FR A S T R U C T U R E Expansion of the facilities to their maximum capacity. Implementation of technology (SENTRI, FAST, ITS, SIAVE). C O N S T R U C T I O N O F N E W I N FR A S T R U C T U R E New international bridges and border crossings. Construction of bypasses and road access. IN TE R M ODA L IN TE G R A TION Creation of intermodal facilities.  International rail bridges and bypasses.  Implement massive passenger transport system and BRT’s in the border cities.
  9. 9. GOALS 2007-2012  I nc rea s e the c a pa c ity o f the interna tio na l bridg es a nd c ro s s ing s in a bout 30% by the c o ns truc tio n o f 6 new interna tio na l bridg es a nd the ex pa ns io n to m a x im um c a pa c ity o f 8 P O E .  E na ble 14 S E N T R I ex c lus ive la nes fo r the c ro s s ing o f pa s s eng er vehic les .  E na ble 14 FA S T ex c lus ive la nes for the c ro s s ing of freig ht truc k s .  C o ns truc tion a nd m o derniza tio n o f 7 hig hw a y bypa s s es a nd a c c es s to P O E s .  C o ns truc tion o f 3 interna tio na l ra il bridg es a nd 3 ra il bypa s s es .  C o ns truc tion o f 1 interna tio na l pedes tria n bridg e a nd interna tio na l c o nnec tio n to the bina tio na l a irpo rt.  C o ns truc tion o f 2 m a s s ive pa s s eng er tra ns po rt s ys tem a nd B R T ’s
  10. 10. 2012 VISION FOR THE NORTHWEST BORDER Symbology FAST SENTRI INTERNATIONAL BRIDGE OR Operational Operational CROSSING Construction In preparation In preparation Preparation Sonoyta-Lukeville U n it ed Sasabe-Sasabe Nogales – Mariposa El Chaparral – St a t es (expansion) Puerta México Nogales-Nogales (3 ports ) Tijuana-San Diego Ca (4 ports ) Naco-Naco Mesa de Otay Ba o r l i a Mesa de Otay II f Tecate-Tecate ja n i Mexicali-Calexico So n San Jerónimo – Sta. Teresa (FFCC) (2 ports ) o r a Algodones-Andrade Ch ih u Palomas-Columbus San Luis Río Colorado- a h u a San Luis El Berrendo-Antelope Wells S an Luis R ío C olorado II Agua Prieta-Douglas (2 ports)
  11. 11. 2012 VISION FOR THE NORTHEAST BORDER Symbology FAST SENTRI INTERNATIONAL BRIDGE Nuevo Laredo IV- V Operational Operational Construction Nuevo Laredo-Laredo (3 ports) In preparation In preparation In preparation Presa Falcón-Falcon Dam San Jerónimo – Sta. Teresa (FFCC) Miguel Alemán-Roma Cd. Juárez-El Paso U n it ed Miguel Alemán-Roma Reparación Pte.colgante (4 ports ) Guadalupe Bravo- St a t es Camargo-Rio Grande Fabens ampliación Guadalupe–Tornillo Libr. Cd. Juárez Diaz Ordaz-Los Ebanos El Porvenir- Ch ih u R eynos a-M c Allen Fort Hancock Ojinaga-Presidio a h u a Co a h u “Anzaldúas ” Reynosa-Hidalgo (2 ports) il a Libr. FFCC Matamoros La Linda-Heath Canyon N u e Matamoros-Brownsville (3 ports) v o Lucio Blanco-Los Indios u Ciudad Acuña-Del Rio Cd. Acuña – Del Río 2 Leó a Matamoros-B&M s m a Nuevo Progreso- Piedras Negras- n ip Progreso Eagle Pass a T (2 ports ) R ío B ravo-Donna l Colombia-Webb (FFCC) Colombia-Laredo III
  12. 12. NECESSARY SUPPORT  S peed up the em is s io n o f pres identia l perm its fo r the c o ns truc tio n o f new interna tio na l bridg es a nd bo rder c ro s s ing s .  S ea rc h fo r inno va tive m ec ha nis m s o f fina nc ing a nd invo lve the develo pm ent ba nk ing in the c ons truc tio n o f bo rder infra s truc ture.  I nc rea s e the pers o nnel fo r prim a ry a nd s ec o nda ry ins pec tio ns .  E x pa nd the s c hedules o f o pera tio n o n the 8 m a in P O E .  E na ble m o re ex c lus ive la nes fo r ex pres s c ro s s ing s o f vehic les (S E N T R I ) a nd fo r truc k s (FA S T ).  Fo m ent the ex c ha ng e o f info rm a tio n a nd inc o rpo ra tio n o f s ta te-o f- the-a rt tec hno lo g y a nd intellig ent tra ns po rt s ys tem s (I T S ) fo r tra ffic m a na g em ent. 
  13. 13. PROGRAMED INVESTMENT IN THE 8 MAIN BORDER ZONES 2007-2012
  14. 14. CONCLUSION  The development of the infrastructure for the transport in the Mexico U.S. border is essential to embrace the competitive advantages and the geostrategic location that North America has to promote the reactivation of the economy  Improve its foreign trade logistic, in strategic industries like the automotive, electric, manufacture and agricultural requires substantial improvements on its capacity and efficiency at border region.  In general the increase of international freight and passenger flows throughout the Mexico - U.S. border ,demands permanent actions and investment.  Mexico has a program with possible projects that can start operations before 2012, these includes: o New international bridges and border crossings. o New rail crossings o Special lanes with SENTRI and/or FAST technology .  To accelerate the instrumentation of these projects it is require to intensify the binational efforts, dialogue and count with his American counterpart.
  15. 15. ANEX 1 CIUDAD JUAREZ – EL PASO
  16. 16. CIUDAD JUAREZ – EL PASO Zone 4 PROYECTED FFCC EXISTENT FFCC 2 or more 2 lanes lanes PROJECTED ROADS FREE FEDERAL HIGHWAY QUOTA FEDERAL HIGHWAY POE P Project Zone NA 4 RO YE CTO S ZO 4 1.- Modernization 1.- Modernización El B e rr en d o Pa lo m as- C o lu m b u s (a c ce s os ) Z ar a go z a 2.- Construction 2.- Construcción Gu a da lu p e T o r nil lo y l ib ra m i en to C d. Ju á re z ( p re pa ra ci ón ) 3.- Construction/ rails 3.- Intermodal / Ferroviarios Sa n J er on im o Adecuación de FFCC a BRT ) ( TO TAL JSM/JJE/GAM
  17. 17. ANEX 2 NUEVO LAREDO – LAREDO
  18. 18. NUEVO LAREDO – LAREDO Zone 6 PROYECTED FFCC EXISTENT FFCC PROJECTED ROADS FREE FEDERAL HIGHWAY QUOTA FEDERAL HIGHWAY POE INVESTMENT (MILLION Project Zone 6 PROYECTOS ZONA 6 INV ERSION (M ILL ONES DE PESOS) MXN) 1.- Mode rniza cion 1.- Modernization N uevo Lare do (FAST) $40 C olom bia (SEN TR I y FAST) $40 Miguel Alem an (acces os ) $15 2.- Construccion 2.- Construction Nuevo Laredo 4/5 $700 3.- Inte rm oda l / Fe rrovia rios 3.- Construction/ rails C olom bia (FFC C ) $1,800 N uevo Lare do (C on vivencia U rban a) $600 TOTAL $3,195
  19. 19. ANEX 3 REYNOSA – MCALLEN
  20. 20. REYNOSA - MC ALLEN Zone 7 PROYECTED FFCC EXISTENT FFCC PROJECTED ROADS FREE FEDERAL HIGHWAY QUOTA FEDERAL HIGHWAY POE INVESTMENT (MILLION Project Zone 7 PROYECTOS ZONA 7 INV ERSION (M ILLONES DE PESOS) MXN) 1.- Mode rniza cion 1.- Modernization C am a rg o $50 R eyn os a - Mc Allen (SEN TR I y FAS T) $690 2.- Construction 2.- Construccion D ia z Orda z (p re p a ra cio n) $200 R eyn os a-Ph a rr (a cce s o s ) $345 Libramiento de Reynosa Sur II $800 R io Bra vo D o nn a $305 3.- Inte rm odal 3.- Construction/ rails Via d ucto d e R eyno s a $207 TOTAL $2,597
  21. 21. ANEX 4 MATAMOROS – BROWNSVILLE
  22. 22. MATAMOROS - BROWNSVILLE Zone 8 PROYECTED FFCC EXISTENT FFCC PROJECTED ROADS FREE FEDERAL HIGHWAY QUOTA FEDERAL HIGHWAY POE PROYECTOS ZONA 8 INVESTMENT (MILLION Project Zone 7 INV ERSION (M ILLONES DE PESOS) MXN) 1.- Mode rnizacion 1.- Modernization Matam oros - Bro w ns ville B&M (SEN TR I) $30 Matam oros -Brow ns ville Los Tom ates $400 2.- Construccion 2.- Construction 3.- Inte rm oda l / Fe rroviarios 3.- Construction/ rails Libra m iento FFC C Matam oro s $500 TOTAL $930

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