The projects would allow shipments to avoid routes that are routinely highly congested, and can take hours to complete on a bad day.
US Infrastructure News
WCI Recognizes U.S. Army Corps of Engineers For Safeguarding American Public, Urges Continued, Safe Operation of Locks and Dams
06 Jul 2017
Jacksonville needs to deepen its harbor in order to regularly handle the larger ships from Asia able to traverse the Panama Canal’s new locks.
30 Jun 2017
The port is in the midst of a $1 billion expansion and renovation program.
27 Jun 2017
The $42 million North Gate project is part of a larger investment the Virginia Port Authority has undertaken to improve productivity for shippers.
07 Jun 2017
The Seattle-Tacoma alliance will purchase an additional four cranes to enable its ports to better handle mega-ships.
07 Jun 2017
The new low-profile gantry cranes cost a total of $41.4 million and come with an option for the port to purchase an additional three cranes anytime within five years.
02 Jun 2017
US rail regulators have said they need more time and information before they can make any decision on a proposed freight rail line that backers say would bypass Chicago congestion.
01 Jun 2017
The Port of Philadelphia by the end of the year could be hosting ships of up to 14,400 TEU.
30 May 2017
Sometimes the normal statistics used to routinely gauge progress, although technically accurate, can provide an inaccurate impression.
25 May 2017
Ports with newly green-lighted projects praised the Corps action.
18 May 2017
Roughly $4.6 billion is needed at East and Gulf coast ports to remedy pinch points in harbor infrastructure.
04 May 2017
Currently, westbound trains can only be single-stacked because of the height limitations of the 121-year-old, 1.7-mile long Howard Street Tunnel.
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