Construction companies are looking to replace a highway bridge in San Diego, California, that carries traffic over the border.
The proposed bridge would cross the Rio Grande River, which empties into the Pacific Ocean.
The bridge would be part of a project to build a new bridge that would connect the border crossing with the new highway that is being built on the Texas-Mexico city of Brownsville.
The Texas-Nogales crossing is the third crossing on the northern border of the U.S. and Mexico.
The U.s. has been working on a plan to upgrade that border crossing since last year, but it has stalled due to delays in Congress.
The Brownsville project is expected to cost about $100 million.
The state’s Department of Transportation said Thursday that it will use private money to complete the bridge.
The project will begin as soon as possible, said spokesman Mike Smith.
The department is seeking bids for the bridge, which would be the second of its kind in the U., and said it will begin bidding on it later this year.
The company is seeking a bid from the State of Texas.
The existing highway that runs through Brownsville is the one that crosses the border at the Texas town of San Antonio.
The plan calls for the highway to be widened to six lanes to carry northbound traffic between Brownsville and San Antonio and four lanes to connect with the existing highway, which is now about six miles long.
That highway is currently under construction, and is expected by 2019.