"We're not working with the administration to create a new highway or anything like that. We're an advocacy group tries to bring attention to the need for improvements and maintenance to the existing infrastructure and to increase security at our nation's borders and improve safety measures along the corridor." Bray says there's no money to go toward a construction project of this magnitude. "The agency right now is in a funding crisis for gosh sake. I mean, we're doing the best we can just to hold the highways together in Minnesota. Wisconsin's in the same boat." So, no worries folks…nothing running through your backyards just yet.Of course, as this site points out, there's a huge picture of the proposed highway right on their site (nascocorridor.com), together with the news that they're: "dedicated to developing the world's first international, integrated and secure, multi-modal transportation system along the International Mid-Continent Trade and Transportation Corridor".
A Mexican customs office is being built in the U.S. heartland as part of a newly designed "inland port" facility that links with a Mexican seaport, an official in Kansas City confirms.Note also that Corsi has filed a FOIA request for many documents relating to the larger scheme.
Tasha Hammes of the Kansas City Area Development Council wrote to author and WND columnist Jerome Corsi to correct some details of a column on the subject, but she affirmed that a key purpose of the Kansas City Inland Port, or SmartPort, will be to facilitate the movement of containers from the Far East through the Mexican port at Lazaro Cardenas rather than the West Coast ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach...
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