The Transportation and Trade Corridor Alliance

Providing a framework for increased statewide collaboration and raising the level of attention to issues and opportunities in trade, transportation, logistics and supply chain development.

Tasked by the Governor of Arizona, the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT), collaboratively with the Arizona-Mexico Commission (AMC), Arizona Commerce Authority (ACA) and Arizona Office of Tourism, brings together the public and private sector, state and local governments, planning organizations, transportation and logistics companies, port authorities and other relevant stakeholders to assess the viability of these opportunities for Arizona. In addition, the TTCA will serve as the state's freight advisory committee, as required under the recently enacted federal transportation bill.

The Transportation and Trade Corridor Alliance will address:

  • Defining a new approach that incorporates local initiatives into a broader state context as it pertains to transportation and trade opportunities.
  • Identifying ways to increase the value of our trade corridors.
  • Opportunities and challenges that impact global logistics in the state of Arizona.
  • Integrating rail and/or intermodal facilities for sustainable growth and job diversification in the state.

Arizona Transportation and Trade Overview ...