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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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Towing safety study finds crew fatalities, vessel incidents down in 2017

Six deaths were directly related to towing vessel operations last year, according to the Coast Guard and AWO

Updated FAQs published for Subchapter M

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

State of the Lakes: LCA reports progress on new Soo lock

Initial funding to design another Mackinaw-class icebreaker has also been appropriated

AWO welcomes implementation of Subchapter M

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

Corps' work plan includes $57 million for Soo Locks overhaul

The O&M account includes an additional $15.8 million for repairs

WCI applauds Army Corps' FY 2018 work plan, House WRDA passage

House panel urges Army Corps to speed Soo Locks upgrades

Proponents are awaiting an updated benefits estimate for a second Poe-sized lock

Tidewater tug first on West Coast to get COI under Subchapter M

The 2,240-hp Crown Point is the first of three boats built for the operator in 2015

Kirby to acquire pressure barges from Targa Resources

The deal for the 16 inland tank vessels is worth $69.3 million

Trump pledges to fix Soo Locks

DHS says an unexpected six-month closure of Poe Lock would cost 11 million jobs