Panama Canal’s Alberto Alemán Talks About Impact of Canal Expansion during a sit-down interview with JOC's Peter Leach on location in Panama City, Panama.
Joni Casey, president and CEO of the Intermodal Association of North America (IANA), says that traffic benefits from an exemption from federal regulation by the Surface Transportation Board.
Old Dominion Freight Line President and CEO David S. Congdon wants Congress to lift its ban on trucks exceeding 80,000 pounds and allow states to permit more triple-trailer rigs on U.S.
Curtis Foltz, Executive Director of the Georgia Ports Authority, talks about U.S. infrastructure needs. 
DHL’s Angelos Orfanos discusses life sciences and health care supply chains.
Percy R. Pyne IV, chairman and founding partner, American Feeder Lines, discusses plans for AFL’s coastwise container service.
Associate Editor John D. Boyd questions John E.
John Horsley, executive director of the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, talks about the 2011 transport legislative outlook just before the president's State of the
JOC editors John D. Boyd and William B. Cassidy discuss regulatory actions that will affect all modes of transportation, especially rail and trucking.
Peter Tirschwell, Senior V.P. of The Journal of Commerce, gives closing remarks on this year's TPM Asia. TPM Asia coverage:
CB Richard Ellis's Blaine Kelley on the Industrial Real Estate Outlook
British Columbia Transport Minister Shirley Bond discusses port investment to improve trade ties with Asia while at World Shipping (China) Summit, in Guangzhou, China.
Alberto Aleman, CEO and Administrator, Panama Canal Authority, on the future of the Panama Canal and its projects.
Bob Voltmann, president of the Transportation Intermediaries Association, discusses the 2010 midterm elections and domestic trucking.
Richard Di Nucci, Director of Cargo Control at U.S. Customs and Border Protection, discusses shipper compliance with 10+2 security regulations. TPM Asia coverage: