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Ouachita River Tonnage: 10 Year Average

Tonnage data has been compiled for the fiscal year 2018 from data acquired by the Waterborne Commerce Statistics Center (WCSC). A 10-year average of the 2018 Ouachita River tonnage is now available from 2009-2018. In reviewing the commodity data prepared by Dede Smith of Inland Rivers, Ports & Terminals, here are some of the highlights:…
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Arkansas River Tonnage: 10 Year Average

Tonnage data has been compiled for the fiscal year 2018 from data acquired by the Waterborne Commerce Statistics Center (WCSC). A 10-year average of the 2018 Arkansas River tonnage is now available from 2009-2018. In reviewing the commodity data prepared by Dede Smith of Inland Rivers, Ports & Terminals, here are some of the highlights:…
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Introducing IRPT’s Mobile App

Inland Rivers, Ports & Terminals, Inc. (IRPT) has a mobile app that will allow us to push vital information regarding each of the basins to industry users. The ability to communicate quickly to all users of water transportation so they can make key decisions about operations in situations where scheduled or unscheduled maintenance activities and…
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President’s FY ’21 provides nearly $100 million for Tulsa District projects

Dvids Hub online (full link below) The President recently released Fiscal Year 2021 Budget includes nearly $100 million for civil works projects within the Tulsa District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Of the $5.9 billion slated for USACE discretionary funding for civil works worldwide, Tulsa District projects and activities are slated to receive $97.7 million.…
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President’s FY21 Budget: $114.7 Million for Little Rock District Projects

Douglas County Herald (full link below) The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Little Rock District, reports that the President’s Fiscal Year 2021 Budget includes $114.7 million in federal funding for the district’s civil works program. This is part of the $5.9 billion in discretionary funding for the Army Corps civil works program worldwide. The proposed…
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Corps’ $26.7M part of funding to repair damage from spring’s Arkansas River flood

November 24, 2019 Arkansas Democrat (full link below) The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has received $26.7 million to fix damage caused by this spring’s Arkansas River flood. That’s part of $119 million total approved that will be disseminated in parts on a quarterly basis through next year. So far, most of the funds are…
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