Laredo District Coahuila/Nuevo Leon/Tamaulipas border master plan : executive summary.
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Laredo District Coahuila/Nuevo Leon/Tamaulipas border master plan : executive summary.

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      NTL-HIGHWAY/ROAD TRANSPORTATION-HIGHWAY/ROAD TRANSPORTATION ; NTL-PLANNING AND POLICY-PLANNING AND POLICY ;
    • Abstract:
      Border Master Plans, as defined and supported by the U.S./Mexico Joint Working

      Committee on Transportation Planning and Programming, the Federal Highway Administration,

      and the U.S. Department of State, are comprehensive long range plans to inventory

      transportation and port of entry (POE) infrastructure that facilitate trade, and prioritize planned

      transportation and POE projects within a defined study area. The Border Master Plans represent

      binational stakeholder efforts to (i) prioritize and promote POE and related transportation

      projects; (ii) inform decision-making; (iii) allocate limited funding sources, and (iv) ensure

      continued dialogue and coordination on future POE and supporting transportation infrastructure

      needs and projects.

      The Laredo-Coahuila/Nuevo León/Tamaulipas Border Master Plan (Border Master Plan)

      is the second Border Master Plan that on the U.S.-Mexico border and followed a similar

      approach as the California-Baja California Border Master Plan.

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