USACE presents concerns with Inland Marine Transportation System
USACE News: Leaky Locks - A look at the locks and dams
Waterways Council Inc. underscoring the critical value of America's waterways
How a barge gets up and down our rivers & Cargo Capacity
Locking through the Port of Pittsburgh (part 1)
Locking through the Port of Pittsburgh (part 2)
The Corps of Engineers presents and illustrates concerns with the Inland Marine Transportation System.
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The nations waterways are a strategic, economic and military resource. But the ugly truth is that some river infrastructure is past their life cycle. Repairs are needed to ensure a safe and reliable navigation system. "We got a problem" said Jim McCarville, Executive Director of The Port of Pittsburgh Commission.
A 3-min. video from Waterways Council Inc. underscoring the critical value of America's waterways to the economy, the environment, energy efficiency, traffic congestion relief, exports, and to our quality of life.
How traffic moves in the Port of Pittsburgh & Cargo Capacity
Locking through the Port of Pittsburgh part1
Locking through the Port of Pittsbugh part2
Ohio River Watershed Cruise 2009
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