A federal judge has ruled that the Corps of Engineers is responsible for increased flooding on the Missouri River since 2007 because beginning in 2004, in taking measures to provide… Read More

After 30 years of construction and funding delays, the nearly $3 billion Olmsted Locks and Dam project on the Ohio River near Olmsted, Ill., is nearing completion four years ahead… Read More

Washington, D.C.—U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross promoted new dredging technologies for port construction and a single data source for navigational products to help mariners find the best route through congested… Read More

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) signaled that it will likely ban seagoing ships that do not have sulfur-stripping equipment or “stack scrubbers” after March 2020. The ban was proposed at… Read More

The 2018 Inland Waterways Conference will be held at the Hyatt Hotel in New Orleans’ French Quarter March 19–21. Sponsored by Maritime Meetings, the conference will feature speakers from the… Read More

The mv. Ms. Nancy C, owned by Choctaw Transportation Company, sank March 6 in Everett Lake near Dyersburg, Tenn. Everett Lake is a back channel connected to the Lower Mississippi… Read More

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