Population Growth Impacts River Industry In Nashville Population Growth Impacts River Industry In Nashville
Population Growth Impacts River Industry In Nashville

Take a drive through Nashville, Tenn., or visit the city’s riverfront, and it’s easy to see the region is in the midst of a transformative era of growth. Between 2010… Read More

A lock operator at Kentucky Lock received the U.S. Army Meritorious Civilian Service Medal from the commanding general of the Great Lakes and Ohio River Engineer Division. Maj. Gen. Robert… Read More

Over the past five years, the nation has seen a major advancement of major inland waterway infrastructure projects underway, namely lock construction projects at Olmsted, Lower Monongahela (Lower Mon), Kentucky… Read More

This high-water season is threatening to break records along the whole length of several river systems. Higher-than-expected rainfalls in the last weekend of February caused high water in the Ohio… Read More

Two days before the official inauguration of the Olmsted Locks and Dam Replacement Project on August 30, members of the Inland Waterways Users Board (IWUB) met in Paducah, Ky., to… Read More

Washington, D.C.—Members of the waterways industry hailed a new work plan from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for including record levels of funding, identifying new starts and feasibility studies… Read More

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