The San Diego County Regional Airport Authority voted today to create the guidelines for a study on the feasibility of building a cross-border terminal.

The authority’s staff expects to make a presentation to the board Sept. 7 in which they will discuss how much it will cost to study the cross-border terminal and where they will get the money to pay for the study.

The authority plans to collaborate with the San Diego Regional Economic Development Corp., the San Diego Association of Governments, the Federal Aviation Administration and property owners on the Mexico side of the border in determining how to proceed with its study.

A cross-border terminal would allow travelers to forgo the border crossing in Tijuana and enter Rodriguez International Airport from a terminal in the United States.


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