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Low-Water Woes Continue On Ohio, LMR Low-Water Woes Continue On Ohio, LMR
Low-Water Woes Continue On Ohio, LMR

With no rain relief in sight, historic low water on the inland river system continues to block channels, restrict tow sizes, cause light-loading and slow or halt traffic, affecting millions… Read More

The fractured Memphis, Tenn., bridge carrying Interstate 40 over the Mississippi River could be repaired without placing equipment in the river, avoiding possible river closures, transportation officials believe. Coast Guard… Read More

How Could This Happen?

August 16, 2019

On August 12, members of the River Industry Executive Task Force (RIETF) received some unwelcome news from an official with the Rock Island Engineer District at a roundtable in Chicago. Read More

A dredging emergency in the Upper Mississippi and Illinois rivers led river industry representatives to appeal to members of Congress to urge the Corps to better distribute already-allocated emergency dredging… Read More

Who was it who said, “Never let a crisis go to waste”? The phrase certainly applies to opportunities for discussion arising in the wake of the recent devastating rains and… Read More

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