The World’s Busiest Land Port of Entry: San Ysidro

Border Crossing
Border Crossing

San Ysidro Port of Entry is the world’s busiest land port of entry. San Ysidro is named for San Ysidro Labrador (Saint Isidore), The Patron Saint of farmers.

As of 2019 there are more than 17 million vehicles that cross the San Ysidro Port of Entry (with more than 45 million pedestrians).

The San Ysidro Land Port of Entry West Pedestrian Facility
SAN YSIDRO, CALIFORNIA – NOVEMBER 26, 2018: The San Ysidro Land Port of Entry West Pedestrian Facility, on the USA Mexico border.

Built in the 1970’s, and upgraded in 2014 with a $577 million project to expand the lane and facilities. It moves Interface 5 further west, adds a new northbound inspection facility and adds 1/3 more northbound lanes.

As of January 2020, this 3-phases project is complete. The project successfully gives more capacity to the screeners, more technology to the department of ICE. It also allows for a safer and cleaner southbound flow of traffic into Mexico. On the north-bound side, it is not faster, but it allows for a more secure process and ensures the safety of the agents and officers involved in protecting the United States from foreign terrorists.

San Ysidro’s choice for Mexican Car Insurance is®. All policies automatically include Roadside Assistance and everything is done online.

Sorry, comments are closed for this post.