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FRANK N. WILNER
More money will be available soon for highways carrying traffic to and from the Mexican and Canadian borders. But will it be enough?
Name the time - any day and hour - and traffic on 1-35 north from the border crossing at Laredo through San Antonio, Austin and Dallas often imitates gridlocked rush hour on Southern California freeways. On I-75 in Michigan, U.S. 219 through Buffalo, U.S. 15 through central New York, I-10 out of El Paso, I-5 south from Blaine, Wash., and north from San Diego, and on I-19 north from Nogales, Ariz., the situation is the same.
At more than a dozen border crossings along the Canadian and Mexican borders, freight is growing so rapidly as to threaten the efficient flow of …