The Midland Odessa Transportaion Alliance
The Entrance to the Pacific Corridor is a state and federally designated trade corridor from Texas to Chihuahua City, Chihuahua, Mexico, and continuing to the Mexican Pacific port of Topolobampo in the Mexican state of Sinaloa. Chihuahua is one of the four largest trading partner states with the United States, and this new corridor would capture a majority of this trade for Texas. Long term, after the completion of a highway from Chihuahua City to Topolobampo, and improvement of rail facilities, it would offer Texas with long-term access to a Pacific deep water port that is approximately 500 miles closer and much less expensive than the Port of Los Angeles.
The concept of this major new trade corridor was developed jointly by MOTRAN and the Departments of Economic Development of the States of Chihuahua, Sinaloa and Durango. All four entities support the development of this corridor strongly.
For more information on MOTRAN or La Entrada al Pacifico, please visit motran.org.