Ports & Terminals
The Great Lakes/St. Lawrence Seaway System connects more than 110 commercial ports in the U.S. and Canada. Find port news, developments, project updates, and facility improvements here.
Cleveland-Cliffs Idles Indiana Harbor Blast Furnace Cleveland-Cliffs Inc. is indefinitely idling its Indiana Harbor #4 blast furnace (IH#4). According to the company, this action is the result of operational improvements,... Read More
Guardians of the Great Lakes: Coast Guard Heightens Awareness and Plans to Protect Maritime Transportation System
Could a faceless enemy remotely hijack shipboard or shore-side equipment and cause physical harm to people or critical infrastructure within the Marine Transportation System (MTS)? What might make for interesting... Read More
High Speed Hyperports: Technology Targets Efficiency and Sustainability of the Great Lakes/Seaway System
Imagine replacing cargo-carrying trucks from the roadways with a dedicated high-speed infrastructure system. Right now, the economic connection between the United States and Canada needs to adopt cutting-edge solutions that... Read More
Just before midnight Nov. 5, the U.S. House of Representatives approved H. R. 3684, the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA). The legislation was approved by a somewhat bipartisan vote... Read More
Regional Development Strategy: Congresswoman Kaptur Presents Great Lakes as One Region in New Recovery Plan
Rep. Marcy Kaptur has Ohio roots and Great Lakes vision. As a member of the U. S. House (D-Ohio), she has a plan to unite the eight Great Lakes states... Read More
Duluth Makes Way for More Containers Investments in intermodal connections and procedures to ensure homeland security compliance have increased the Port of Duluth’s Clure Public Marine Terminal capacity to handle... Read More
Creating Opportunity: Port of Green Bay Seeks Funding to Buy Land, Expand Operations What’s in It for Us?
$54.6 million is a big number. But if a $51.9 million request for federal assistance comes through, the Port of Green Bay will be on its way to redeveloping land... Read More
The following is an excerpt from a story first published in Great Lakes/Seaway Review, Vol. 6 No. 4, Summer 1977. At Cleveland, they like to say the port is over... Read More