The West Lake Corridor Rail Project appears to be on the fast track. The U.S. Department of Transportation on May 29 announced the project, which involves construction of a new eight-mile rail line extending from Hammond on the north to Dyer in the south, with four new stations, will receive $100 million in federal dollars […]
Demand for gasoline along with prices is rising as more people return to work and restrictions ease on public activity amid the pandemic.
Heightened demand for next day delivery service is the main driver behind UPS’s plans to expand its express air network to Gary/Chicago International Airport.
More demand for gasoline is driving up retail prices.
As restrictions ease on public interaction and businesses gradually reopen, organizations are preparing to operate under a new environment created by the coronavirus pandemic.
Low-cost gasoline may soon be coming to an end as some states, including Indiana, begin a gradual reopening of businesses following more than two months of state-at-home orders to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
Indiana is receiving a share of $10 billion in federal assistance through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act Airport Grant Program.
The first ocean-going vessel arrived April 13 at the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor, signaling the start of the 2020 international shipping season.
Ports of Indiana will join the American Association of Port Authorities to celebrate the fifth annual “Western Hemisphere Ports Day” on April 5, which commemorates the maritime industry’s role in the nation’s economy.
Dry bulk transport specialist Bulkmatic of Griffith is expanding into Illinois.