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Monthly Archives: November 2018
Written by Sandra Dibble from The San Diego Union-Tribune For most pedestrian border-crossers, the complex urban landscape that spans the busy San Ysidro Port of Entry is a place to rush through on the way to other destinations. A new study by the Urban Land Institute San Diego-Tijuana wants to offer some reasons to linger. Among its visions: a cross-border park, a welcome center, a museum of Mexican-American history, a higher education center, monumental artworks, a beer garden, improved signage, more sidewalks. The study, known as a Technical Assistance Report, was … Read More
This is the first edition of ULI San Diego – Tijuana’s monthly newsletter, StreetSmarts. We know you are bombarded with information from every angle. StreetSmarts is intentionally designed to provide the local ULI community with snippets of information about the projects, policies, and people that make our region thrive. Click here for the November newsletter.