The St. Paul Engineer District posted the latest ice thickness measurements of Lake Pepin, taken March 7. They show that the ice is still about two feet thick near the… Read More

The New Orleans Engineer District began opening the Bonnet Carré Spillway last week to divert a portion of the flooding Lower Mississippi River into nearby Lake Pontchartrain and on to… Read More

Washington, D.C.—Several members of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee pressed U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao on how inland waterways and ports might be impacted by President Trump’s $1.5-trillion infrastructure… Read More

It’s been almost two years since many high water marks were set in March 2016 along much of the Red River in Louisiana. The J. Bennett Johnston Waterway, which includes… Read More

Washington, D.C.—Waterways Council Inc., used its annual press briefing on the federal budget to underscore its concerns on the Trump administration’s proposal for fiscal year 2019 as well as its… Read More

Record-setting rains in the central and upper Midwest in the third week of February combined with melting snowpack to produce sudden and dramatic flooding across an arc from northern Louisiana… Read More