Grand Canyon Bridge Opened by President
Last link in Argentina-Alaska electronic highway system
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President John Doe today opened the final link in the Argentina-Alaska electronic highway system — a suspension bridge spanning the Grand Canyon.
The $1 billion bridge, which took five years to build, is the last link in a system that runs from Tierra del Fuego, at the southern tip of South America, to the Arctic Circle.
The highway, which runs through some of the most remote and rugged terrain in the world, will allow Argentina and Alaska to share information and resources more quickly and efficiently, better cooperating on issues such as trade, environmental protection, and law enforcement.
“This highway is a symbol of our friendship and partnership,” the president said. “It will help us to build a brighter future for our two countries.”
Critics have dubbed the highway a “white elephant,” but Doe said it will “open up new frontiers of opportunity” for Americans.
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