OCTOBER 14, 2014


Port of Kennewick starts chopping 2015-16 project wish listPort of Kennewick commissioners will need to cut about $3.7 million worth of projects from a list of proposed capital projects for the next two years.



Ports’ unusual local control a challenge as they join forces to stay competitive Here’s a little-known condition of Puget Sound ports: Their governance is unlike most other ports in the United States, which often are run by cities, by states, or even by pairs of states.



Keeping score no more: Aligned Seattle-Tacoma ports to release joint container counts One of the most immediately visible results of the creation of the new Seaport Alliance is that no one will know which port is ahead in terms of the number of shipping containers that come through.



Energy-efficient economy needs strong railroadsRailroads didn’t die. In fact, they will be an increasingly important part of the 21st century transportation of freight and people.

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