Restocking boosts January US port activity

The past few years have brought plenty of questions as to whether the COVID-19 pandemic changed supply chains permanently or, once constraints eased, if supply chains would return to pre-pandemic patterns. 

The biggest East Coast port, the Port of New York and New Jersey, retained its place as the second-busiest port in the country in terms of loaded imports, only surpassed by the Port of Los Angeles.

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CMA CGM to resume REd Sea transit on case-by-case basis

CMA CGM will resume transit along the Red Sea on a case-by-case basis, the carrier said Wednesday.

The decision was made after the carrier reevaluated the situation in the Southern Area of the Red Sea and evolving conditions, according to the press release. 

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Biden offers $9.8B to bolster public transit agencies

President Joe Biden’s administration will provide $9.8 billion in federal funds to public transit agencies, the latest effort to highlight investments in U.S. infrastructure as he seeks reelection in November.

The investments will help people travel faster and at modest prices, according to a senior administration official, with money going toward assisting communities maintain and operate trains, buses and ferries, upgrade stations and plan for new transit corridors.

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