Texas Segment of NAFTA Super Highway Nears Construction (TTC, Trans-Texas Corridor)

Continuing Jerome Corsi's series on the general plan to create a North American Union comes this:
The Trans-Texas Corridor (TTC) is ready to begin construction in 2007, building the first segment of what is planned to be a NAFTA Super Highway stretching from Mexico to Canada. As we have previously written, the NAFTA Super Highway is planned to begin at Laredo, Tex., proceeding north to Kansas City via Oklahoma City, and ultimately connecting with Canadian limited-access highways north of Duluth, Minn.

On March 11, 2005, a "Comprehensive Development Agreement" was signed by the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) to build the "TTC-35 High Priority Corridor" parallel to Interstate 35. The contracting party involved a limited partnership formed between Cintra Concesiones de Infraestructuras de Transporte, S.A., a publically listed company headquartered in Spain, owned by the Madrid-based Groupo Ferrovial, and a San Antonio-based construction company, Zachry Construction Corp...


I made it with that because I needed tables to get it all squeezed onto two pages [front and back flyer]. They can highlight their reps to make them stand out like I did for mine. Or they can make their own since I've supplied all the data in public :)

The complete history of HB 3588:

The House and Senate enrolled text dated June 2, 2003:

The full May 10, 2003 House reading/vote as stated in enrolled text [search for 2963 - 2nd hit]:

The full June 1, 2003 House reading/vote as stated in enrolled text [search for 6264]:

The full May 28, 2003 Senate reading/vote as stated in enrolled text [search for 3044]:

The full June 1, 2003 Senate reading/vote as stated in enrolled text [search for 5015]:

{NOTE: the Senate use dates as the HTML address so if you need another date just change it to that day but the House uses day of their session so you might have to try several days before you hit the right one you need.}

The above votes only use last name, to get their full name, district office, county, 2003 service, etc, go here:
http://www.lrl.state.tx.us/legis/members/roster.cfm [78th R.S. (2003)]

To view CURRENT House members and their respective districts, please visit:

To view CURRENT Senate members and their respective districts, please visit:

To view CURRENT House/Senate races and opponents [VOTE NOV. 7], please visit:

Trans-Texas Corridor Supporters BEWARE



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This is quite remarkable, eh. They have now found a way to outsource service jobs.

The first customs stop is a Mexican customs stop that is being built in Kansas City at a cost of $3 million to U.S. taxpayers. A brochure on the website of Kansas City's Smart Port describes the ultimate goal to bring containers from the Far East and China into Mexican ports, such as Lazaro Cardenas, bypassing the Longshoremen's union in the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, and to transport the containers via Mexican railroads and trucks into the U.S. over the NAFTA Super Corridor, bypassing the United Transportation Union and the Teamsters.