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Category: Economic Development

Developing Corridor Networks

Jerrod Haberman of the Panhandle Area Development District, located in Gering, NE, created this presentation which describes the proposed development of three interconnected north-south highway corridors through America’s heartland: the

Revving the Economic Engine: South Carolina’s Auto Cluster

Over the last 30 years, South Carolina has developed a flourishing, globally competitive automotive and ground transportation cluster which is a major engine of economic growth in the state.

The NADO Research Foundation report Revving the Economic Engine explores the transportation and other assets that help make the state competitive.

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