|Trillion Dollar Highway Plans
= Multiple Bypass Surgery
a state by state list
|High Priority Corridors
specified by Congress in 1991, 1995, 1998, 2005, 2012
|Corridors of the Future|
| J. Edgar Hoover Parkway: transportation surveillance,
mileage taxes, RFID & video tolling
Corridor A to X in AL, GA, MD, MS, NC, NY, OH, PA, SC, TN, VA, WV
High Priority Corridor 6: United States Route 80 Corridor
Proposed I-14, proposed I-85, US 80
Meridian, Mississippi, to Savannah, Georgia.
High Priority Corridor 7: East-West Corridor
Route 72, I-565, Georgia 20, Route 411 to I-75
Memphis, Huntsville, Atlanta, Chattanooga
part of this is on Appalachian Corridor V
High Priority Corridor 10: Appalachian Regional Corridor X
US 78 upgrade into Interstate 22 - Mississippi to Birmingham, AL
High Priority Corridor 11: Appalachian Regional Corridor V
Batesville, MS to Chattanooga, TN: SR 6, SR 24, I-565, US 72
High Priority Corridor 18: NAFTA Superhighway
I-69, I-94, I-530, Routes 59, 77, 281, 82, 61, 51, Purchase Parkway, I-164, Indiana 37
Corridor from Sarnia, Ontario, Canada, through Port Huron, Michigan, southwesterly along Interstate Route 69 through Indianapolis, Indiana, through Evansville, Indiana, Memphis, Tennessee, Mississippi, Arkansas, Shreveport / Bossier Louisiana, to Houston, Texas, and to the Lower Rio Grande Valley at the border between the United States and Mexico, as follows: [I-69]
Note: a small segment of I-69 in northern Mississippi is open.
- In Michigan, the corridor shall be from Sarnia, Ontario, Canada, southwesterly along Interstate Route 94 to the Ambassador Bridge interchange in Detroit, Michigan.
- In Michigan and Illinois, the corridor shall be from Windsor, Ontario, Canada, through Detroit, Michigan, westerly along Interstate Route 94 to Chicago, Illinois.
- In Tennessee, Mississippi, Arkansas, and Louisiana, the Corridor shall--
- follow the alignment generally identified in the Corridor 18 Special Issues Study Final Report; and
- include a connection between the Corridor east of Wilmar, Arkansas, and west of Monticello, Arkansas, to Pine Bluff, Arkansas
- In the Lower Rio Grande Valley, the Corridor shall-
- include United States Route 77 from the Rio Grande River to Interstate Route 37 at Corpus Christi, Texas, and then to Victoria, Texas, via United States Route 77; [I-69 East]
- include United States Route 281 from the Rio Grande River to Interstate Route 37 and then to Victoria, Texas, via United States Route 59; [I-69 Central] and
- include the Corpus Christi North-side Highway and Rail Corridor from the existing intersection of United States Route 77 and Interstate Route 37 to United States Route 181, including FM511 from United States Route 77 to the Port of Brownsville.
- In Kentucky, the corridor shall utilize the existing Purchase Parkway from the Tennessee State line to Interstate 24.
a small error - or perhaps an update - to this map (one of the few I could find about Mississippi I-69)
the new Memphis Outer Beltway is I-269, not 669.
proposed I-69 crossing of Mississippi river near McGehee, Arkansas
Great River Bridge
Client: Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department
Location: Desha County, Arkansas and Bolivar County, Mississippi
Project Cost: $360 million
Garver served as a subconsultant to HNTB to design the approach spans of the Great River Bridge, a new cable-stayed Mississippi River crossing near Arkansas City, Arkansas. The new structure, designed but not constructed, is approximately 22,000 feet in length and will serve as the future I-69 Mississippi River crossing.
High Priority Corridor 42: A portion of Corridor V of the Appalachian Development Highway System
The portion of Corridor V [US 278 / MS 6] of the Appalachian development highway system from Interstate Route 55 near Batesville, Mississippi, to the intersection with Corridor X [US 78] of the Appalachian development highway system near Fulton, Mississippi.
Restates the priorities in Corridors 10 and 11.
High Priority Corridor 45: United States Route 78 Corridor and Corridor X of the Appalachian Development Highway System
The United States Route 78 Corridor from Memphis, Tennessee, to Corridor X of the Appalachian Development Highway System near Fulton, Mississippi, and Corridor X of the Appalachian Development Highway System extending from near Fulton, Mississippi, to near Birmingham, Alabama. [I-22] [seems to be a duplicate of Corridor 10]
I-22 / Route 78 - completed in Mississippi