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Chicago waterway report recommends forming Harbor Safety Committee

The full report of the Chicago Ports and Waterways Safety Assessment is now available on the Coast Guard's website

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Business strategist reviews a surveillance system for tugboats, with VIDEO

In a New York Times column and video, a business strategist and venture capitalist reviews the prospects for a surveillance system to assist tugboat captains

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Ind. steel-mill dock collapses, forcing laker to ground

The freighter Algoma Transport grounded when a dock collapsed at the Burns Harbor steel dock

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After ship collision, NTSB calls for better vessel separation in Houston channel

The National Transportation Safety Board recommends that the Coast Guard improve vessel-separation policies in the Houston Ship Channel

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Postal Service to dedicate new stamp honoring barge fleeting

Postal Service to dedicate new stamp honoring barge fleeting

The U.S. Postal Service next week will dedicate the new stamp honoring the barge fleeting industry, including towboats Apollo and Taurus

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Damaged lock forces Mississippi River closure; 455 barges delayed

Lock 27 at Chain of Rocks Canal was closed for five days for emergency repairs, delaying an estimated 455 barges

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Newspaper: Congress must fix funding for inland waterways

The Lexington Herald-Leader newspaper published an editorial calling for Congress to agree on legislation to fund the inland lock and dam infrastructure

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U.S. Coast Guard, Transport Canada to conduct joint vessel inspections on Seaway

Transport Canada and the U.S. Coast Guard will conduct joint port-state-control vessel inspections in a pilot program on the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway

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Port of New Orleans operations fully return to normal after Isaac

Officials with the Port of New Orleans said all operations have returned to normal after the Hurricane Isaac-related disruptions

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Coast Guard eases barge draft restrictions on Mississippi River post-Isaac

Hurricane Isaac dropped enough rain in the Mississippi River basin to allow the Coast Guard to ease barge draft restrictions

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