The Oregon International Port of Coos Bay has received an award of $20 million from the Better Utilizing Investments to Leverage Development (BUILD) grant program to support rehabilitation of 15 bridge structures along the 134-mile Port-owned and operated Coos Bay Rail Line.
In Illinois, 22 port, rail and highway projects will share $200 million in grant funding to address bottlenecks, increase mobility, and improve the supply chain up and down the state, Gov. JB
The Port of Long Beach (POLB) announced Dec. 28 that its Channel Deepening Project is one of five navigation projects nationwide to receive federal authorization under the 2022 Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) that President Joe Biden signed into law on Dec. 23.
The South Carolina Ports Authority announced that the first phase of an Inland Port Greer rail expansion is finished.
With the overall future of intermodal rail looking strong, South Carolina has decided to build a new near-dock rail and an inner-harbor barge operation to improve workflow and capacity for southeast supply chains.
Watco’s newest short line, the Texas Coastal Bend Railroad (TCBR), unveiled two locomotives emblazoned with the Port of Corpus Christi logo at a ribbon-cutting ceremony this week.
The Georgia Ports Authority closed out Fiscal Year 2022 with its busiest June ever, handling 494,107 twenty-foot equivalent container units. GPA is handling the highest volume of ad hoc and new service vessels the Port of Savannah has experienced to date.
The Port of Little Rock continues to add intermodal opportunities with barge-to-rail and barge-to-truck capabilities.
Fortress Transportation and Infrastructure Investors LLC (“FTAI”; Nasdaq: FTAI) announced that its Board of Directors has approved the details and timing of the spin-off of its infrastructure business.
Port news that will strengthen intermodal rail and help the supply chain has been reported around the country.
Jacksonville Port Authority and Trailer Bridge reach agreement that will strengthen trade with Puerto Rico
The Jacksonville Port Authority (JAXPORT) Board of Directors unanimously approved a long-term, $62 million agreement with Blount Island terminal operator Trailer Bridge.
The Jacksonville Port Authority (JAXPORT) announced the completion of the final phase of $100 million in berth enhancements at the SSA Jacksonville Container Terminal (JCT) at Blount Island.
The Georgia Ports Authority moved an all-time high 519,390 twenty-foot equivalent container units in May, breaking the previous record of 504,350 TEUs set in October 2021.
It will not help the current global crisis, but it will make it more resilient for the next one.
[This week,] federal, state, and local leaders joined JAXPORT and the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Jacksonville District to celebrate the completion of the Jacksonville Harbor Deepening Project through JAXPORT’s Blount Island Marine Terminal.
Union Pacific was hauling away a local landmark late last week in Liberty, Texas.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s crackdown on border crossing inspections has Mexico drawing a line in the sand. Make that a line in New Mexico.
Rail lines and water lines are both important in Bellingham, Wash.
The Port of Long Beach has completed construction of a new rail project that will increase efficiency of goods movement and reduce congestion on local roadways by shifting more cargo to trains.
There is plenty of rail maintenance and construction activity going on at the International Port of Coos Bay in Oregon, and an important phase was recently completed.