US ports face new tussle for federal infrastructure subsidies

PORTS in the US, which are starved of infrastructure funding, once again are obliged to scrap it out with other transport sectors such as highways, railways and bridges for a fair slice of $526.9m in federal largesse, the availability of which was confirmed today.Applications for the...

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