CANAMEX Trade Corridor
|CANAMEX was one of the first north-south corridors designated as a High Priority Corridor under the National Highway Systems Designation Act. Actively pursued by Alberta since the early 1990's, the CANAMEX Trade Corridor links Canada, the United States and Mexico and stretches 6,000 km from Alaska to Mexico, truly a pan-American corridor.
The goals of the CANAMEX Trade Corridor are to:
Alberta Infrastructure/Transportation outlines the goals of the CANAMEX Trade Corridor and provides more detailed information on how to improve market access and increase transport productivity. This brochure can be viewed online or click here and a paper copy will be sent to you.
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