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1 FreightWaves Classics: I-22 connects Memphis and Birmingham
2 FreightWaves Classics: America’s first lighthouse went “on line” 305 years ago
3 FreightWaves Classics: Port of Milwaukee serves the Great Lakes and US inland waterway system
4 FreightWaves Classics/Fallen Flags: Gulf, Mobile & Ohio Railroad made key acquisition in 1940
5 FreightWaves Classics: Port of Portland helps serve the Pacific Northwest… and beyond
6 FreightWaves Classics/Extra: 20 years after 9/11, recounting more stories of heroism
7 FreightWaves Classics: United Cajun Navy is on active duty!
8 FreightWaves Classics: ALAN’s transportation and logistics partners help those in need
9 FreightWaves Classics: Key bridge links Michigan and Ontario
10 FreightWaves Classics: “Hell in Nevada” for transcontinental convoy
11 FreightWaves Classics: Fallen Flags – Illinois Central Railroad (Part 1)
12 FreightWaves Classics: Fallen Flags – Illinois Central Railroad (Part 2)
13 FreightWaves Classics: Maine Turnpike carries traffic in the Pine Tree State
14 FreightWaves Classics: U.S. Army’s Pershing and Eisenhower impacted the Interstate Highway System
15 The Log Book: 4 creative ways companies honored truck drivers
16 Container sector is so hot that ships rent for $200,000/day
17 FreightWaves Classics: Trucking companies’ names range from A to Z (Chapter 14)
18 FreightWaves Classics: Port of Jacksonville is building for the future
19 FreightWaves Classics: USDOT oversees most aspects of transportation system and modes
20 FreightWaves Classics: Panama Canal serves shipping and commerce for more than 100 years
21 FreightWaves Classics: Mack Trucks continues its industry leadership
22 FreightWaves Classics: Matson helps provision Alaska, Hawaii, U.S. territories and more
23 FreightWaves Classics: Aviation begins; air cargo follows quickly (Part 1)
24 FreightWaves Classics: Fallen Flags – Southern Pacific Railroad
25 FreightWaves Classics: Port of Chicago billed as the “greatest intermodal facility in North America”
26 FreightWaves Classics: Fix U.S. bridges! (Part 1)
27 FreightWaves Classics: Federal Railroad Administration focuses on railroad safety
28 FreightWaves Classics: Port of Long Beach celebrates 110 years of service
29 FreightWaves Classics: Fallen Flags – Occidental and Oriental Steamship Company
30 FreightWaves Classics: Federal Maritime Commission is regulatory watchdog for maritime trade
31 FreightWaves Classics: Port of Los Angeles is the nation’s busiest!
32 FreightWaves Classics: South Carolina Ports Authority contributes significantly to state economy
33 FreightWaves Classics: I-17 serves Arizona’s ever-growing population
34 FreightWaves Classics: Trailer Company of America combined two pioneering companies
35 FreightWaves Classics: I-20 connects Texas to the East Coast
36 FreightWaves Classics: I-16 connects Georgia’s ports to the Southeast
37 FreightWaves Classics/Pioneers: Malcom McLean changed the freight world with intermodal containers
38 FreightWaves Classics: The Port of Virginia – America’s first port
39 FreightWaves Classics: Connecting Staten Island to the rest of New York
40 FreightWaves Classics: Fallen Flags – Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad (Part 1)
41 FreightWaves Classics: Fallen Flags – Erie Railroad had many ups & downs
42 FreightWaves Classics: Railway Express Agency was THE express package delivery service
43 FreightWaves Classics: Interstate 19 – it’s not the miles, it’s the kilometers!
44 FreightWaves Classics: The importance of logistics in the Korean War
45 FreightWaves Classics: FMCSA regulates the trucking industry
46 FreightWaves Classics: Surface Transportation Board has regulated railroads for 25+ years
47 FreightWaves Classics: I-15 runs from southern California through the Intermountain West
48 FreightWaves Classics: U.S. Customs and Border Protection has key freight responsibilities
49 FreightWaves Classics: Interstate 14 moves traffic in central Texas…
50 FreightWaves Classics/Pioneers: Rudolf Diesel’s engine powers global commerce
51 FreightWaves Classics: Port Houston generates Texas-sized results
52 FreightWaves Classics: Fallen Flags – Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad (Part 2)
53 FreightWaves Classics: Conrail went from government subsidies to a for-profit entity
54 FreightWaves Classics/Pioneers: Robert Fulton revolutionized shipping
55 FreightWaves Classics: No matter the size of vehicle, it needs tires
56 FreightWaves Classics: Interstates that have not been built (Part 1)
57 FreightWaves Classics: Emery Worldwide dominated air freight forwarding for 40+ years
58 FreightWaves Classics: I-12 was built to help avoid I-10 in the Bayou State
59 FreightWaves Classics: Port of Oakland is an economic engine for northern California
60 FreightWaves Classics: Fix U.S. bridges! (Part 2)
61 FreightWaves Classics: Big plans for Interstate 11 coming down the road
62 FreightWaves Classics: Nation’s lighthouses “protect our coasts and guide our sailors”
63 FreightWaves Classics: Crowley Maritime Corporation… from a single rowboat to a global leader
64 FreightWaves Classics: The Port of Laredo is #1 inland port in U.S.
65 FreightWaves Classics: Otay Mesa Land Port is third-busiest on U.S.-Mexico border
66 FreightWaves Classics: Interstate 10 runs coast-to-coast in southern U.S.
67 FreightWaves Classics: Central of Georgia Railway persevered (Part 2)
68 FreightWaves Classics: Northwest Seaport Alliance is first of its kind
69 FreightWaves Classics: I-5 runs from Mexico to Canada (Part 1 – California)
70 FreightWaves Classics: The Atlantic Coast Line was one of several strong Southern railroads
71 FreightWaves Classics: I-8 runs an interesting course in California and Arizona
72 FreightWaves Classics: Port of Savannah has experienced tremendous growth
73 FreightWaves Classics: U.S. military logistics help make it the world’s best
74 FreightWaves Classics: Origins of the Interstate Highway System (Part 2)
75 FreightWaves Classics: The Soo Line was founded to serve Twin Cities’ millers and ag interests
76 FreightWaves Classics: Exploring the history of U.S. railroads
77 FreightWaves Classics: Red Ball Express supplied American troops fighting the Nazis (Part 3)
78 FreightWaves Classics: Railroads helped the U.S. expand and increased interstate commerce
79 FreightWaves Classics: Exploring the history of BNSF
80 FreightWaves Classics: the ICC and its impact on trucking
81 FreightWaves Classics: Fallen Flags – Chicago & North Western Railway
82 FreightWaves Classics: St. Lawrence Seaway connects mid-North America to the world
83 FreightWaves Classics: Red Ball Express trucks hauled critical supplies for American troops
84 FreightWaves Classics: TTX’s history illustrates changes in railroading over the past 65 years
85 FreightWaves Classics: Fallen Flags – Eastern Air Lines
86 FreightWaves Classics: National Highway System helps commerce move from coast-to-coast
87 FreightWaves Classics: I-4 serves central Florida…
88 FreightWaves Classics: Rise and fall – the Interstate Commerce Commission
89 FreightWaves Classics: A.P. Moller – Maersk is a world leader in transportation and logistics
90 FreightWaves Haul of Fame: Roadway Express was an LTL leader for decades
91 FreightWaves Classics: America’s commercial shipbuilding industry is nearly gone
92 FreightWaves Classics: looking at International Harvester’s rich history in trucks
93 FreightWaves Haul of Fame: Cole’s Express was Maine’s finest
94 FreightWaves Haul of Fame: TIP led the truck and trailer leasing sector
95 FreightWaves Flashback: World ports reach 201 million TEUs
96 FreightWaves Haul of Fame: ADM Trucking serves ADM and others
97 Port of Virginia sets all-time record for July
98 UP temporarily stopping eastbound container service to Chicago
99 FreightWaves among America’s Best Startup Employers 2021 – Forbes
100 Images from the interstates: A 65th anniversary celebration