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INLAND WATERWAYS REPORT “How do we incentivize people to use waterways? We know the regular stuff. We need to focus on ‘what ifs.’” – Rob Carlisle, Partner with Carlisle & Bray
Image Credit: Carlisle & Bray short tons of freight, Norfolk 48 mil- lion and Plaquemines 55.4 million.
Comparing inland waterways ports with ports like Plaquemines or Nor- folk, of course, is not an apples-to-ap- ples discussion. That’s because there is no “Port” of Cincinnati and Northern
Kentucky, at least in the way the term “port” commonly refers to a singular harbor, channel-way or destination or how a singular management team over- sees operations. Inland river ports, like
Cincinnati, are designated for statisti- cal purposes; the “port” term re