LOS ANGELES — After six years laying groundwork, a project to construct a new $715 million Otay Mesa Port of Entry and a connecting highway at the Mexican border in San Diego appears to be moving forward.

The San Diego Association of Governments staff plans to present a “sketch-level” report at its April board meeting to provide low and high estimates on projected toll revenues. A more complete traffic and revenue study is expected to be done in June.

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