105 STAT. 2032 PUBLIC LAW 102-240—DEC. 18, 1991 (3) the development of transportation corridors is the most efficient and effective way of integrating regions and improving efficiency and safety of commerce and travel and further promoting economic development. (b) PURPOSE.—It is the purpose of this section to identify highway corridors of national significance; to include those corridors on the National Highway System; to allow the Secretary, in cooperation with the States, to prepare long-range plans and feasibility studies for these corridors; to allow the States to give priority to funding the construction of these corridors; and to provide increased funding for segments of these corridors that have been identified for construction. (c) IDENTIFICATION OF HIGH PRIORITY CORRIDORS ON NATIONAL HIGHWAY SYSTEM.— The following are high priority corridors on the National Highway System: (1) North-South Corridor from Kansas City, Missouri, to Shreveport, Louisiana. (2) Avenue of the Saints Corridor from St. Louis, Missouri, to St. Paul, Minnesota. (3) East-West Transamerica Corridor. (4) Hoosier Heartland Industrial Corridor from Lafayette, Indiana, to Toledo, Ohio. (5) 1-73/74 North-South Corridor from Charleston, South Carolina, through Winston-Salem, North Carolina, to Portsmouth, Ohio, to Cincinnati, Ohio, and Detroit, Michigan. (6) United States Route 80 Corridor from Meridian, Mississippi, to Savannah, Georgia. (7) East-West Corridor from Memphis, Tennessee, through Huntsville, Alabama, to Atlanta, Georgia, and Chattanooga, Tennessee. (8) Highway 412 East-West Corridor from Tulsa, Oklahoma, through Arkansas along United States Route 62/63/65 to Nashville, Tennessee. (9) United States Route 220 and the Appalachian Thruway Corridor from Business 220 in Bedford, Pennsylvania, to the vicinity of Corning, New York. (10) Appalachian Regional Corridor X. (11) Appalachian Regional Corridor V. (12) United States Route 25E Corridor from Corbin, Kentucky, to Morristown, Tennessee, via Cumberland Gap, to include that portion of Route 58 in Virginia which lies within the Cumberland Gap Historical Park. (13) Raleigh-Norfolk Corridor, Raleigh, North Carolina, to Norfolk, Virginia. (14) Heartland Expressway from Denver, Colorado, through Scottsbluff, Nebraska, to Rapid City, South Dakota. (15) Urban Highway Corridor along M-59 in Michigan. (16) Economic Lifeline Corridor along 1-15 and 1-40 in California, Arizona, and Nevada. (17) Route 29 Corridor from Greensboro, North Carolina, to the District of Columbia. (18) Corridor from Indianapolis, Indiana, to Memphis, Tennessee, via Evansville, Indiana. (19) United States Route 395 Corridor from the United States- Canadian border to Reno, Nevada. (20) United States Route 59 Corridor from Laredo, Texas, through Houston, Texas, to the vicinity of Texarkana, Texas.
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