If the NAFTA superhighway is not being built (please see TTC or Texas Trans Corridor), then why is the Alberta government posting images on its website showing "NAFTA Superhighway"? Is the TTC not the starting point of this NAFTA superhighway? If there is no such thing, then why would the Alberta authorities even post it? (Please note: if you get a 404 page, just go to http://www.infrastructure.alberta.ca and search for NAFTA. The second result should read: "Government of Alberta: NAFTA Trade Corridors & State Truck Standards. Click that link to see what I'm talking about.)
If I-69 was just a US highway, then why does the symbol on the front page of this PDF merge the flags of Mexico, Canada and the USA?
Yes, it will be merged with some existing highways (that will surely be increased in size and scope). Whether or not it is called the NAFTA superhighway is beside the real point. There is a merger at work here of our three nations and the EU.
If you can't see it, then so be it. All the Doubting Thomases out there will just have to wait until this NAFTA superhighway is in place and operational before they believe it exists.
Salt Lake City, UT
Oct 8 2008 - 4:41pm