APRIL 23, 2015


Federal money secured for Columbia River jetties, dredgingA bill that passed out of a U.S. House committee Wednesday contains $2.4 billion for Columbia River harbor and navigation projects.




US ports need billions of dollars in landside investment to combat congestionOne-third of U.S ports need at least $100 million in landside upgrades, both intermodal rail and road connections, to handle projected 2025 freight volumes, according to a report from the American Association of Port Authorities.




Coal or no coal, let’s fix SR 432If Interstate 405 had never been built east of Seattle in the 1960s, Microsoft would likely have found another place to set up shop. Construction of I-205 in eastern Clark County in the 1980s opened up a vast swath of land for new commercial and residential development.

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