Agreements on building an open border will get made at San Diego's new Office of Binational Affairs in Tijuana opened on February the 22nd. The office opening is one of Mayo Bob Filner's main moves in his plan to get development partners on both sides of the order, both public and private, to join together to work out deals on sharing the rewards of bi-national enterprise and trade.
The plan is to not leave any national plan made on either side of the border that can help the two countries achieve international economic goals out of the work done on international agreements.
Opening the office initiates the Mayor's work on building more open paths between the U.S.'s southern city and Mexico for new friendships and cooperative productivity. Future deals could tie up plans to expand binational enterprise using the improved walkways and driving pathways under development in San Ysidro and Otay Mesa.
The international transportation center that will allow cross order traffic to grow is currently under study in San Ysidro. The flats in the San Ysidro border lands will soon give walking travelers more options to go their own way, without detours. Pedestrian improvements are making travel easier. The count on the people that cross the border to participate in enterprise can take a strong step forward in growth after the 117 and 125 highways give drivers a continuous travel lane that keeps cars and trucks in motion from the I-5 to the border.
Staff at the new office in Tijuana will hear the country delegations plans for raising the count on binational productivity.
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