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:

  • Improve access for the north-south flow of goods, people and information
  • Increase transport productivity and reduce transport costs
  • Promote a seamless and efficient intermodal transport system, and
  • Reduce administration and enforcement costs through harmonized regulations.

 

 

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Readers are encouraged to contact Transportation with their questions or comments:

Dr. Ross Danyluk
Executive Director
Strategic Policy Branch
Tel: (780) 644-2663
Fax: (780) 422-1070
Email: ross.danyluk@gov.ab.ca

 
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