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Upper Mississippi River Basin Meeting

Upper Mississippi River Basin Meeting Thursday, April 28th from 9:30 am to 2 pm America’s Central Port 1635 West First Street Granite City, IL 62040 IRPT is a trade association for the nation’s inland waterway, port, and terminal professionals. Our mission is to provide a platform for inland river port and terminal professionals to improve…
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NWS Greater Mississippi River Basin: Spring Hydrologic Outlook Webinar for External Partners

  The slides for the NWS Greater Mississippi River Basin: Spring Hydrologic Outlook Webinar #1 for External Partners, held at 2:30 PM CT on February 10, can be viewed here. NWS Greater Mississippi River Basin: Spring Hydrologic Outlook Webinar #1 for External Partners on February 10, 2022 was recorded. That recording can be viewed at…
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USCG: Western Rivers Command Center Tools

Please view the attached for information on how to subscribe to receive BNM’s from Sectors Upper and Lower Mississippi River and other sectors of interest.
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USCG: Sector Upper Mississippi River Prevention Department Industry Day 2022

  February 17, 2022, 9:00am-4:00pm RAY Federal Building, 1222 Spruce Street, St. Louis, MO 63103 In-person and virtual option provided- Register HERE.  
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MoDOT: Improving Multimodal Transportation Options

November 12, 2021: Missouri Independent With $6.5 billion on the way from the federal infrastructure bill and a newly increased gas tax, Missouri is ready to take a big bite out of $4.5 billion in unfunded highway needs, Patrick McKenna, director of the Missouri Department of Transportation, said this week. Instead, McKenna said in an interview with The…
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Straight Talk with Sam: Investing in infrastructure

February 9, 2021: Maryville Forum The Mississippi River is more than just a river. The waterway connects North Missouri and the Midwest to the rest of America and the rest of the world. It’s estimated that roughly 60 percent of all grain that American farmers export is shipped down the Mississippi River. It isn’t just…
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