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May 01, 2007

Rhode Island SIB 2767 would prohibit idling for more than

Dec 03, 2013

Port of Long Beach Rewards Carriers

At its November 7 meeting, the Los Angeles Harbor Commission approved a new incentive program known as the Ocean Common Carrier Incentive Program to reward shipping lines that bring new business to the port next year.

At its November 7 meeting, the Los Angeles Harbor Commission approved a new incentive program known as the Ocean Common Carrier Incentive Program to reward shipping lines that bring new business to the port next year.

Mar 31, 2007

BNSF Hobart yard near downtown LA handled 1.5 million lifts

Sep 21, 2006

Governor vetoes SB 927 stating "lack of accountability and failure

Sep 21, 2006

EModal Selected to Implement PANYNJ VCY Program

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey create an online system, or Virtual Container Yard, allowing truckers to locate empty cargo containers near their point of origin rather than having to make an extra trip to a Port of NY/NJ terminal for one.

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey create an online system, or Virtual Container Yard, allowing truckers to locate empty cargo containers near their point of origin rather than having to make an extra trip to a Port of NY/NJ terminal for one.

Mar 26, 2010

IMO adopts proposal for emission control area

The International Maritime Organization (IMO officially accepts the proposal to designate waters off the North American coasts as an Emission Control Area (ECA) – a move that will result in cleaner air for millions of Americans. Large ships that operate in ECAs must use dramatically cleaner fuel and technology, leading to major air quality and public health benefits that extend hundreds of miles inland.

The International Maritime Organization (IMO officially accepts the proposal to designate waters off the North American coasts as an Emission Control Area (ECA) – a move that will result in cleaner air for millions of Americans. Large ships that operate in ECAs must use dramatically cleaner fuel and technology, leading to major air quality and public health benefits that extend hundreds of miles inland.

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Aug 06, 2009

Senate's Customs Reauthorization Bill Would Require More C-TPAT Benefits, New

On August 6, 2009, Senate Finance Committee leaders Baucus(D) and Grassley (R) introduced the "Customs Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Reauthorization Act of 2009" (S.1631)

On August 6, 2009, Senate Finance Committee leaders Baucus(D) and Grassley (R) introduced the "Customs Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Reauthorization Act of 2009" (S.1631)

May 01, 2014

EPA Announces Funding Availability to Clean Up Diesel Engines Nationwide

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced today the availability of $9 million in grant funding for clean diesel projects to reduce diesel pollution and emissions exposure from the nation's existing fleet of diesel engines.

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced today the availability of $9 million in grant funding for clean diesel projects to reduce diesel pollution and emissions exposure from the nation's existing fleet of diesel engines.

Jan 02, 2014

Panama Seeks International Help in Canal Fight

PANAMA CITY (AP) — Panama's president said Thursday that he'll travel to Italy and Spain to seek their governments' help in resolving a $1.6 billion dispute that's threatening to halt the Panama Canal's expansion.

PANAMA CITY (AP) — Panama's president said Thursday that he'll travel to Italy and Spain to seek their governments' help in resolving a $1.6 billion dispute that's threatening to halt the Panama Canal's expansion.

Oct 24, 2006

ATA Intermodal Motor Carriers Conference Seeks Relief at the Federal

The American Trucking Associations' Intermodal Motor Carriers Conference files a complaint with the Federal Maritime Commission claiming an ocean carrier regulated by the FMC wrongfully prevents trucking co. from conducting business.

The American Trucking Associations' Intermodal Motor Carriers Conference files a complaint with the Federal Maritime Commission claiming an ocean carrier regulated by the FMC wrongfully prevents trucking co. from conducting business.