When completed, the Heartland Expressway will provide multi-lane divided highway access between Rapid City, South Dakota and Denver, Colorado via Alliance, NE, Scottsbluff, NE, and Brush, CO. This corridor will also provide access to Colorado Springs, CO via Limon, CO and I-25 in Wyoming via Torrington, WY. The Heartland Expressway provides the unifying link between the Ports-to-Plains Trade Corridor and, to the north, the Theodore Roosevelt Expressway, to form a complete, north soufh four-lane corridor to connecting the cities and regional trade centers of the Great Plains, to Canada to Mexico and other international markets.
Theodore Roosevelt Expressway (TRE) is the Northern third of the Great Plains International Trade Corridor. It runs from Rapid City, SD to Canada through the Port of Raymond in Montana. The mission of the Theodore Roosevelt Expressway Association is to assist in “Growing the Great Plains Region with our partner organizations through corridor development, marketing initiatives, and trade promotion opportunities nationally and internationally.
Created in 1995, the CANAMEX Corridor provides seamless and efficient transportation of goods, services, people and information throughout the U.S. Rocky Mountain region, and partner states, provinces and communities in Canada and Mexico. The CANAMEX Corridor helps the CANAMEX region harvest the benefits of increased trade, tourism and economic activity within the region. The CANAMEX Corridor provides many opportunities to build regional economic prosperity through innovating: Safe and efficient multi-modal transportation networks; enhanced global competitiveness; and a shared commitment to the region's quality of life.