FEBRUARY 13, 2015

PEOPLE 

Port of Vancouver’s Shuck leaving for oilfield services jobThe Port of Vancouver manager who spearheaded efforts to drum up new business in North Dakota, including a controversial proposal to haul Bakken crude to Vancouver by rail, has left the port to take a job with an oilfield services company in that state’s city of Williston.

 

 

TRADE 

Canadian Ports Offer Little Relief For Frustrated Northwest ShippersThe worsening labor dispute at West Coast container ports is causing shippers to search for alternate pathways to and from Asia.

 

 

TRANSPORTATION 

State Senate will consider gas-tax dealAn 11.7-cent gasoline-tax increase proposed Thursday is just the latest Washington transportation plan to raise hopes for new highway work, but this one starts with more bipartisan momentum than others have. 

Port of Quincy requests $16.2 million from Washington State for intermodal infrastructureThe Port of Quincy announced yesterday a request for $16.2 million in transportation funds from the Washington State Legislature.

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