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MARAD to award $25M to support Marine Highway program

The US Department of Transportation’s Maritime Administration (MARAD) announced the availability of $25 million in funding for the America’s Marine Highway Program (AMHP), which supports the development and expanded use of America’s navigable waterways and will help improve supply chains and the movement of goods throughout the country.

These new resources represent the largest single appropriation of funding ever provided to the AMHP and were made possible by the Investment in Infrastructure and Jobs Act, which will make a $1.2-trillion investment in US nation’s infrastructure and competitiveness.

The America’s Marine Highway Program supports the increased use of the Nation’s navigable waterways to relieve landside congestion, provide new and efficient transportation options, and increase the productivity of the surface transportation system.

To be eligible for a grant award, a project must have previously been designated as a Marine Highway Project designated by the Secretary of Transportation.


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