About this webinar: The east coast is home to many ports of various sizes and capacities but they all have one thing in common – the need to find cost-effective ways to reduce emissions by adopting new strategies and technologies.
Attend this webinar and learn what the Ports of NYNJ, Baltimore, Virginia and South Carolina have done to get a grip on emissions. Join in and take notes on other funding opportunities for maritime projects from the US DOT Maritime Administration (MARAD); hear from EPA staff about their community building experiences working with port communities to become allies of their local ports; and let a transportation professional share how the pandemic affected different modes of transportation over the last year and a half.
This was a virtual event and copies of some of the presentations may be viewed below, along with the agenda. AGENDA
|Presentations: Links to PDF workshop presentations||Speakers|
|USDOT Infrastructure Grant Programs||Wade Morefield – Transportation Analyst MARAD Office of Ports & Waterways Planning US Dept. of Transportation, Maritime Administration|
|USDOT Infrastructure Grant Programs||Amanda Rutherford – Director, Mid-Atlantic Gateway Office|
|Port of Baltimore – Green Business is Good Business||Cindy Hudson – Manager, Environmental Compliance & Stewardship, Port of Baltimore|
|Community Building: Wilmington, Delaware and Providence, Rhode Island||Alison Riley – Program Manager, US EPA Region 3 Mid Atlantic|
Abby Swaine – SmartWay & Clean Freight US EPA Region 1 – New England
|Effects of COVID Lockdown on Transportation in Philadelphia Region||Kristen Scudder – Senior Transportation Planner, Office of Freight and Aviation for DVRPC|
|The EPA Ports Initiative||Sarah Froman – Ports Initiative Team Lead OTAQ|
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