Ports of Indiana > Infrastructure


Infrastructure is critically important to Indiana’s multimodal freight network and supporting the investment, development and expansion of the state’s critical freight transportation infrastructure is a top priority for the Ports of Indiana. The following programs are part of the Ports of Indiana’s freight infrastructure initiative to ensure the state of Indiana is positioned as a logistics leader for years to come.

Influencers Roundtable hosted by Ports of Indiana, AAPA

The Ports of Indiana and American Association of Port Authorities hosted an infrastructure roundtable on May 18, 2017, bringing together national leaders in various sectors related to the movement of freight. The group identified funding for freight transportation infrastructure as one of the most critical needs for future growth of the U.S. economy.

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20 national experts say infrastructure funding urgently needed

In Indianapolis on May 18, representatives from manufacturers, ports, steelmaking, mining, logistics, trucking, agriculture, departments of transportation, Corps of Engineers and academia shared their concerns about the urgent need for new infrastructure funding and the catastrophic consequences if we don’t act. See a transcript of the participants’ comments.

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Indianapolis Star, Letter to the Editor

Influencers roundtable co-hosts Rich Cooper, Ports of Indiana CEO, and Kurt Nagle, CEO/President of the American Association of Port Authorities, call for federal, state and local leaders to make infrastructure funding a top priority.

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