Since NAFTA, the United States and Canada have initiated programs to address cross-border transportation and anticipated increases in North American trade and travel. In 1999, The United States, through its multi-year transportation authorization act, began the Coordinated Border Infrastructure Program (CBI). This program, focused on border transportation investments, also established federal support for regional, binational planning coalitions. In 2000, U.S. Secretary of Transportation Rodney Slater and Canadian Minister of Transportation David Collenette signed a memorandum of cooperation to collaborate on transportation issues of mutual interest. This quickly led to the formation of the U.S.-Canada Transportation Border Working Group (TBWG) in the same year. In 2002, the Canadian federal government unveiled the Border Infrastructure Fund (BIF).
Conroy, Hugh, "Advancing U.S.-Canada Border Transportation Planning and Programming" (2011). Border Policy Research Institute Publications. 76.
Subjects - Topical (LCSH)
Border crossing--United States--Planning; Border crossing--Canada--Planning; Transportation--United States; Transportation--Canada; United States--Boundaries--Canada--Planning; Canada--Boundaries--United States--Planning
United States; Canada