The Heartland Expressway is a 556 mile federally designated trade corridor covering four states: Colorado, Nebraska, Wyoming, and South Dakota. The Heartland traverses some of the most productive agriculture and energy rural regions in the United States. Adding to the quality of life in this area is the internationally renowned tourist industry including the Colorado Rocky Mountains, the Black Hills, Scottsbluff National Monument, and Fort Laramie as well as a rich cultural heritage.
As the central portion of the Ports-to-Plains Corridor, the Heartland Expressway completes the necessary transportation infrastructure for movement of goods and products from Mexico to Canada.
A Board of Directors with representation from all four states oversees the advocacy and promotion of the Heartland Expressway. Membership in the Association is comprised of local governments, businesses, and economic development organizations along the Expressway.
Click the link to view the Heartland Expressway Corridor Development and Management Plan, (link is external)prepared by Nebraska Department of Roads.
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