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U.S. - Mexico Joint Working Committee
on Transportation Planning

Contacts

Tricia Harr
Team Leader, Border & Interstate Planning Team
Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)
(202) 366-9214
Tricia.Harr@dot.gov

Sylvia Grijalva
U.S. - Mexico Border Planning Coordinator
FHWA
(602) 510-7986
Sylvia.Grijalva@dot.gov

Travis Black
Community Planner
FHWA
(202) 366-6798
Travis.Black@dot.gov




U.S. - Mexico Border
Transportation Planning
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U.S. - Canada Border
Transportation Planning

Binational Planning

Growing travel and trade between the United States and its neighbors, Canada and Mexico, make border crossings a key contributor to the Nation's economic health. Recognizing the value of cross-border travel and trade, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) is working with its State, Federal, and international partners to ensure the safe and efficient movement of people and goods across borders. With its counterparts in Mexico and Canada, FHWA has created joint working groups to cooperate on addressing the challenges of improving mobility and security at overland border crossings. Please visit the websites of each working group to learn more.

Aerial photograph of a U.S. - Mexico border crossing

Feedback

To provide feedback, suggestions, or comments, contact Sylvia Grijalva at Sylvia.Grijalva@dot.gov.

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