By Matthew Bonvento and Emil Muccin Mariners have been plying the oceans, rivers, lakes and harbors per records for over 2,000 years. What has transpired from an electronic technology standpoint in… Read More
Mariners in the New Orleans area quickly become familiar with the traffic controls at the sharp and heavily trafficked bend in the Mississippi River at Algiers Point, Mile 94.5 AHP. Read More
New Orleans did not get its first Mississippi River bridge until the 1930s. For more than 100 years before that, though, engineers and amateurs had come up with New Orleans… Read More
The state of Louisiana announced earlier this month a plan to replace the leaky-yet-venerable Belle Chasse Tunnel and Perez Bridge, which both span the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway on Highway 23… Read More
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