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Mariposa Land Port of Entry

 

Nature and Culture Inspire Land Port Artworks

When the modernization and expansion project wraps up in August, pedestrians and drivers will be treated to more than new walkways and increased lanes.

GSA Addresses National Association of Latino Elected Officials Conference

"Our land ports of entry play a vital role in facilitating economic trade and prosperity, cultural exchange, and connecting families and binational communities," said Regional Administrator Ruth Cox.

Binational Delegation Reviews Construction Progress

The delegates toured the new inspection dock, administrative office space, new northbound pedestrian walkway (pictured here) and pedestrian processing area.

TRAFFIC ADVISORY | AVISO DE TRAFICO

Mariposa LPOE will remain operational over the course of renovation and expansion.

Expect changes in normal traffic patterns and stay informed via these traffic advisories:

Traffic Advisory (Aviso de Trafico)

COMMUNITY IMPACT | IMPACTO EN LA COMMUNIDAD

GSA understands the impact Mariposa Land Port of Entry has in the local community. We foster close working relationships with community partners and stakeholders.

Environmental Review - Read how the project complies with National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and see what is planned for environmental sustainability.

DESIGN | DISEÑO

 

PROJECT OVERVIEW | RESUMEN DE PROYECTO

  • Busiest land port in Arizona for privately owned vehicles (POVs)
  • 2,832,290 northbound vehicles processed each year
  • 307,626 northbound commercial vehicles cross each year
  • 3,238,929 northbound pedestrians cross each year
  • Main entry point for fresh produce entering from Mexico for the West Coast
  • Project size approximately 216,000 gross square feet
Modernization and Expansion
  • Originally 4 commercial primary booths > Now 8 booths
  • Originally 33 commercial secondary inspection dock spaces > 56 spaces at the completion of Phase 4 in August 2014
  • Originally 2 commercial exit booths > Now 5 booths
  • Originally 4 POV primary inspection booths > Now 12 booths
  • Originally 4 POV secondary inspection spaces > Now 24 spaces
  • Northbound pedestrian processing walkways and inspection facilities
  • Originally no outbound inspection booths and supporting outbound buildings > 5 booths at the completion of Phase 4 in August 2014
Time Frame and Funding Status
  • Phase 1: November 2009 to November 2010 (Fully Funded)
  • Phase 2: September 2010 to April 2012 (Fully Funded)
  • Phase 3: May 2012 to November 2013 (Fully Funded)
  • Phase 4: December 2013 to August 2014 (Fully Funded)
Cost
  • Estimated project cost: $187 million
  • Includes $173.7 million in ARRA funds

Project Funding Information >

 

TRAFFIC ADVISORY
No traffic advisory currently in effect.

AVISO DE TRAFICO
Ningún aviso de tráfico actualmente en efecto.

 


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