The state of Arizona has created a new transportation infrastructure project in Mesilla Valley.
The state of Nevada has completed construction of its first intercity rail line.
And last year, Mexico inaugurated a new high-speed rail line connecting the country’s cities of Mexico City and Guadalajara.
The two countries have become the first nations to have such high-capacity rail lines.
The new intercity line is expected to carry 4.5 million passengers annually by 2023, according to the Mexican government.
The rail system is expected take the longest time to build in Mexico, but it is expected in 2023 to be fully operational.
The Mesilla line will connect the state’s cities with the region’s agricultural regions.
The project was launched in 2015 by the Mexican state’s Ministry of Transport.
It is expected the project will cost $2.8 billion.