Want to Help Improve River Lock Infrastructure?
Your Voice is Needed! Tell Congress that Inland River Transportation Moves Products We Need and Use Every Day - Thanks to Lock and Dam Infrastructure!
Supporting biennial Water Resources Development Acts (WRDA), legislation authorizing Corps of Engineers’ work on locks and dams, dredging and other water resources projects critical to the nation. Maintaining water resources bills on an every two-year cycle is important to waterways…Read More
The fourth “R” for rivers and its aging infrastructure – can’t be forgotten among Roads, Railways and Runways. Our waterways allow the nation’s critical commodities – grain, coal, agricultural inputs, steel, petroleum products, chemicals, and aggregate materials –…Read More
While funding in constant dollars for Operations & Maintenance (O&M) on America’s inland navigation system had remained flat for decades, Congress has begun to address the shortfall in the last five appropriations bills, with increases in FY ’14 – ’19 and record funding…Read More
Advocating a modern national system of inland waterway infrastructure & ports.
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Oct 21, 2019
With much sadness we announce the passing of industry pioneer/Amherst Madison CEO “Charlie” Jones, yesterday aftern… https://t.co/hluH71r5aU
Oct 19, 2019
Where can you see @RepMarcyKaptur behind the sticks of a towboat? The latest issue of Capitol Currents! Read about… https://t.co/yDphqpkhD9
Oct 18, 2019
We just threw our hat in the ring to be the prez of the Breeze fan club! Thanks @WorkBoat https://t.co/RcopwRcj6x
Oct 18, 2019
Constitution Ave in D.C. was Tiber Creek? With a lock?? Part of C&O canal (now Chesapeake & Ohio National Historic… https://t.co/tnuuKPhHOX
Oct 17, 2019
Illinois Lt. Gov @LtGovStratton toured @USACERockIsland @MVD_USACE UMR Lock and Dam 15 today. She saw vintage 1934… https://t.co/w5n95fgc4q