New Multi-Modal Super Highway Planned By Bush

By Craig Huckerby, Soo News, Canada, June 19, 2006

A new super highway serving all of North America is quietly being worked on by the Bush Administration.

What's being called the NAFTA Super Highway, four football fields wide and stretching from Mexico to Canada along Interstate 35 is advancing by a number of agencies.

Once complete the new highway will move goods from the Mexican port of Lazaro Cardenas north to the Canadian border. This move will bypass the Longshoreman's Union in the process without the need for the Teamsters Union, Mexican drivers will be able to access the most modern highway in North America driving right into the heartland of America.

The plan calls for Mexican trucks to enter a fast lane at the border crossing, checked only electronically by the new "SENTRI" system.

Though reports have been hidden for the most part, construction of the new NAFTA Super Highway is scheduled to start next year...

The North America SuperCorridor Coalition , a non-profit organization is dedicated to developing the world's first international multi-modal transportation system....

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