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 AB 680 PRIVATE TOLL ROAD PROGRAM
Background
Assembly Bill 680 (1989) authorized Caltrans to enter into agreements with private entities for development, construction and operation of four demonstration transportation projects at private sector expense without the use of state funds. Development franchise agreements were executed in December 1990 and January 1991 including Route 125 project in San Diego County.
As proposed, this $411 million project will be an initial four lane (ultimate 10-lane), 10-mile toll road on new alignment between State Route 905 (Otay Mesa Road) and San Miguel Road, 1.2 miles south of State Route 54. This north/south route will serve international truck traffic crossing the California/Mexico border at Otay Mesa. Final environmental approval was obtained in June 2000. Financing is expected in the summer of 2001. Right of Way acquisition will commence after financing with construction expected to begin in late 2001. (view map)
The toll road is being developed as a public/private partnership under a franchise agreement between the State of California (administered by Caltrans). The principal companies involved in CTV are Parsons Brinckerhoff Development Group, Inc. and Egis Projects, a French toll road development company.
The principal companies involved in CTRC are Parsons Municipal Services, Inc. and Compagnie Financiere et Industrielle des Autoroutes (Cofiroute), a French toll road development company.

(Updated May 2001)
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