The National Waterways Foundation report released this month on U.S. waterways’ economic competitiveness is very timely, coming as it does after news about ramped-up investment in U.S. waterways infrastructure. Americans… Read More
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The Senate’s Environment and Public Works Committee recently passed its version of the Water Resources Development Act out of committee—unanimously. It included a provision to permanently change the cost-share of… Read More
By Cindy Cutrera Chairman of Inland Rivers, Ports & Terminals Manager of Economic Development, Morgan City Harbor & Terminal District “If you’ve seen one port, you’ve seen one port.” I’m… Read More