The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers plans to deepen Port Everglades by about six to 13 feet and widen parts by 300 feet. The expansion, which follows last year’s dredging of PortMiami, is part of an effort to prepare aging ports along the East Coast to bigger ships sailing through the Panama Canal.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers plans to deepen Port Everglades by about six to 13 feet and widen parts by 300 feet. The expansion, which follows last year’s dredging of PortMiami, is part of an effort to prepare aging ports along the East Coast to bigger ships sailing through the Panama Canal. CHARLES TRAINOR JR. ctrainor@miamiherald.com
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers plans to deepen Port Everglades by about six to 13 feet and widen parts by 300 feet. The expansion, which follows last year’s dredging of PortMiami, is part of an effort to prepare aging ports along the East Coast to bigger ships sailing through the Panama Canal. CHARLES TRAINOR JR. ctrainor@miamiherald.com

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