New Studies Detail Impacts Of Possible Lock Closures New Studies Detail Impacts Of Possible Lock Closures
New Studies Detail Impacts Of Possible Lock Closures

Two recent studies by the members of the University of Tennessee’s Transportation Institute have estimated devastating consequences of possible lock closures. One study looks at possible scenarios for corn and… Read More

The Steamer Quincy

January 3, 2020

Happy New Year! We begin the Old Boat Column for 2020 with one of the beautiful steamboats operated by the famous Diamond Jo Line, the steamer Quincy. Built at Dubuque,… Read More

Dredging Money Still In Limbo

September 13, 2019

As the harvest season reaches its peak, Corps of Engineer districts are struggling to slowly unclog rivers and resurvey channels that were choked with unprecedented amounts of silt this spring. 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