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New state law fuels dispute over proposed Hudson River anchorages

New state law fuels dispute over proposed Hudson River anchorages

The fight over establishing new barge anchorages on the Hudson River intensified in October, with New York enacting a law requiring state review and approval of any new mooring areas and shipping industry proponents questioning the need for the additional oversight.

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Savage acquires Progressive Barge line assets

The deal includes seven towboats and 12 tank barges

Study: Corps' methods contribute to 'inefficient funding' for navigation projects

The agency's analyses should consider other benefits beyond transportation cost differences, the authors say

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WCI names Peter Stephaich as new chairman

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Tom Marian cites the resiliency of the tugboat, towboat and barge industry

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Updated FAQs published for Subchapter M

More information is available from the Towing Vessel National Center of Expertise

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AWO welcomes implementation of Subchapter M

The towing regulations are the product of 15 years of collaboration with the Coast Guard