One of the biggest greenhouse gas contributors is traffic: emissions from cars and trucks. But traffic is found on more than just our roads: it’s on the river. Find out how much river boats emit and how researchers are trying to make them greener.
The fourteen member panel appointed to oversee the construction of two new Ohio River bridges could begin meeting soon.
From Kentucky Public Radio’s Tony McVeigh Kentucky lawmakers now have a clearer picture of the economic impact of locks and dams along the Ohio River. There are 20 locks and dams on the Ohio River, eight along Kentucky’s northern border. In terms of tonnage, three western Kentucky locks are the busiest in the nation. Col. […]
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says its 10-year, $430 million McAlpine Lock replacement project is complete. The Corps recently opened the second of two new 12-hundred foot locks on the Ohio River near downtown Louisville. Officials say the improvements will allow the heavy commercial traffic on the Ohio to move through the locks more […]