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posted on 4-6-2013 at 05:10 PM Reply With Quote
Need Help Sentri Line Otay



I am all set with my Sentri Pass but unable to find the Sentri Line at Otay.

I normally come in on the Hwy from Rosartio, but can only find the normal crossing. Can't find the Ready Line or Sentri lines.

Anyone help??
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posted on 4-6-2013 at 05:14 PM Reply With Quote


The ready lanes would be entered by passing the normal right turn to the regular border line, continuing another block and hanging a right. Then make another right at the next street and you are in the Ready Lane. Clear as mud?

I don't know where the Sentri lane is.............but I will soon!




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posted on 4-6-2013 at 05:26 PM Reply With Quote


Thanks Ateco for the fast reply. I Go to Mulege once a month but normally fly, however, the last three trips down I drove and cross back at Otay but always end up in the regualar lane for the long wait. My car and pasenger all now have Sentri but once in a line you can"t get out.

I think the Sentri Lane is under the bridge but can't find the underside of the bridge.

Old people I guess.
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posted on 4-6-2013 at 06:47 PM Reply With Quote


Sentri at Otay is just east of the car wash next to the bridge over Bellas Artes. Enter off Bellas Artes. Coming from Blvd 2000 turn right at the park/soccer fields just past the industrial area, go to second stop light,Bellas Atres,left to the car wash just in front of the bridge.

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posted on 4-6-2013 at 09:42 PM Reply With Quote


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Originally posted by rbginc
I am all set with my Sentri Pass but unable to find the Sentri Line at Otay.

I normally come in on the Hwy from Rosartio, but can only find the normal crossing. Can't find the Ready Line or Sentri lines.

Anyone help??





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