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  • Maritime Administration Awards $4.8 Million in Grants for Marine Highway Projects

    Maritime Administration Awards $4.8 Million in Grants for Marine Highway Projects

    Maritime Administration Awards $4.8 Million in Grants for Marine Highway Projects Throughout the U.S. News Release #: MARAD 03-18 Date: Aug 08, 2018 Contact: MARAD Public Affairs Contact Phone: 202-366-5807 Maritime Administration Awards $4.8 Million in Grants for Marine Highway Projects Throughout the U.S. WASHINGTON- Today, U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Elaine L. Chao announced […]Read More »
  • Thank You from Paddlefest!

    Thank You from Paddlefest!

    Eric- I just wanted to pass along our sincerest appreciation to you and the CORBA membership for their support of Paddlefest.  Not only for the financial contribution made to the OAC, but in their understanding and patience regarding the temporary closure of the river.  While it is a shared resource, it is the lifeblood of […]Read More »
  • Congratulations to the newly elected board

    Congratulations to the newly elected board

    Congratulations to the newly elected board On Wednesday, September 27th CORBA welcomed Brandy Christian, President of the Port of New Orleans as our member meeting guest speaker and to sign our updated MOU. Additional to our guest speaker. CORBA members present at the meeting had the opportunity to vote and unanimously agreed on the new […]Read More »
  • OKI Receives National Award for Maritime Freight Collaboration

    OKI Receives National Award for Maritime Freight Collaboration

    The Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Regional Council of Governments (OKI) was presented with a 2017 Achievement Award by the National Association of Regional Councils (NARC) at its 51st Annual Conference in Monterey, California last night.Read More »
  • President Trump’s visit to Cincinnati

    President Trump’s visit to Cincinnati

    There was a strong turnout of CORBA members to hear President Trump speak regarding infrastructure. Thank you to all the local business members that were able to come hear the President’s thoughts on our river transportation systems.      Read More »
  • Trump’s infrastructure investment could mean improvements for river commerce

    Trump’s infrastructure investment could mean improvements for river commerce

    http://www.wlwt.com/article/trumps-infrastructure-investment-could-mean-improvements-for-river-commerce/9983996   CINCINNATI, Oh. — When President Trump visits Cincinnati this week, he’s expected to talk about investing in infrastructure along the Ohio River. The river carries large amounts of cargo through the region and has aging infrastructure that needs to be replaced. “We are touched by this river system in many, many ways, every […]Read More »
  • CORBA Golf outing article in the Waterways Journal

    CORBA Golf outing article in the Waterways Journal

    Check out the article that the Water Ways Journal published about CORBA’S Golf outing on April 10, Thanks to all of the golfers that made this another great CORBA event! Waterways Journal Vol.131 No.7 Page # 12      Read More »
  • Rolling on the River with CORBA

    Rolling on the River with CORBA

  • CORBA Unveils Map System, Begins Port Project

    CORBA Unveils Map System, Begins Port Project

    The Central Ohio River Business Association (CORBA) in partnership with OKI Regional Council of Governments has unveiled its long-awaited asset inventory and mapping system to the public. The database, called the Central Ohio River Information System (CORIS), has been in the works for several months.Read More »
  • CBRT: REVITALIZING CINCINNATI’S INDUSTRIAL WATERFRONT

    CBRT: REVITALIZING CINCINNATI’S INDUSTRIAL WATERFRONT

    CBRT: REVITALIZING CINCINNATI’S INDUSTRIAL WATERFRONT —photos by Nelson Spencer Jr. and CBRT October 17, 2016 By Heather Ervin Operating about a mile upriver from downtown Cincinnati, is a comprehensive intermodal facility known as Cincinnati Barge & Rail Terminal LLC (CBRT). The terminal, and the land, has a history deeply rooted in the city’s industrial, trade […]Read More »

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