Untapped Potential: Far Too Little Freight On US Waterways, Experts Say
By Nio Mahoney of FreightWaves,
Much of the U.S. waterway system’s enormous potential for commercial transport is going to waste for lack of use or funding, according to marine and trade experts.
While most people are familiar with the importance of roads in transporting freight across the U.S., many have no idea that the more than 25,000 miles of navigable waterways — including rivers, canals and coastal...
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