It is an economic region including ten U.S. states:
Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, Wyoming, South Dakota, North Dakota and Montana. In Canada, the province of Alberta
anchors the northern end. The Google-based interactive map is designed to provide basic information on the backbone highway corridor, the
economy of the region and quick contact information to our members.
The map allows users to select layers, zoom and select data from each
layer. Layers may be displayed or hidden by checking or unchecking the boxes at the top of the map. Users may zoom into a closer view of any
specific location on the map using the tool on the left side. The map shows all the connections to other roadways down to local streets as a
user zooms in.
Displays or hides the highway segments of the backbone corridors. Blue corridors are four-lane or better at Interstate standard; Green
corridors are four-lane at National Highway System (NHS) standard and Red corridors are two-lane at National Highway System (NHS) standard.
Clicking on many of the highway segments will give additional data for the segment on portions of the corridor from Texas to Colorado. As
data becomes available, additional segment will be added north of Colorado.
Displays or hides the outline of counties which have members in the Ports-to-Plains Alliance. Clicking within the county outline will
result in access to data from the current census profile for the county.
Displays or hides a pin with the location of Ports-to-Plains Alliance members. There are currently over 125 members. Clicking on the pin
will provide contact information and a link to the member website if available.
Please contact email@example.com if you have questions or find an error on the map.
The Alliance includes three congressionally designated High Priority
Corridors on the National Highway System. Ports-to-Plains, Heartland Expressway and
Theodore Roosevelt Expressway form the backbone with direct connections to five
additional corridors including SPIRIT, La Entrada al Pacifico, Route 50 High Plains,
Camino Real and CAMAMEX.