Binational River Park between Texas and Mexico selects designer to create plan


A planned 6.3-mile-long park straddling the Rio Grande River along the US-Mexico border is quickly coming together with the announcement that two Texas firms have been tapped to create design plans for the first phase of the project. While the idea for a binational park along the U.S.­–Mexico border is promising, it wouldn’t be technically the first. The half-acre Friendship Park, between San Diego and Tijuana, was established in 1971 as a place for friends and family separated by the border to see each other in person.

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