$32,700,000 to Support Repairs to Coos Bay

The Oregon International Port of Coos Bay received notification on January 19 from House Transportation and Infrastructure (T&I) Committee Chairman Peter DeFazio that the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) included $32,700,000 million in their FY2022 disaster relief supplemental appropriations workplan to support repairs to the North Jetty. The Jetty has been losing approximately twenty feet per year, which has resulted in its receding a total of 900 feet ... [+]

Port of Coos Bay to construct multimodal container terminal

The Oregon International Port of Coos Bay announced on September 1 that it has partnered with NorthPoint Developmentto construct a multimodal container facility on the North Spit. The Port and NorthPoint have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for the project, with the intention of finalizing negotiations and signing ... [+]

Port of Coos Bay Dredging in the Charleston Marina

The Oregon International Port of Coos Bay is conducting dredging operations in the Charleston Marina Complex near the Point Adams Facility and the Russell Marine fuel dock. Mariners are advised to use extreme caution navigating in the inner basin and within the vicinity of the outflow pipe in both the ... [+]

Oregon International Port of Coos Bay

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers coastal dredging contractor was in Coos Bay conducting dredging operations within the Charleston federal navigation channel during the last week of August. Recognizing an opportunity to realize significant cost savings associated with mobilization and demobilization to the south coast, the Port entered into a ... [+]

Lost Creek Rock Products Coastal Reload Yard Opens on North Spit

The Oregon International Port of Coos Bay announces the opening of the Lost Creek Rock Products Coastal Reload Yard on the North Spit in Coos County, Oregon. This multimodal, multi-commodity rail to truck and truck to rail terminal will serve the entire Southern Oregon Coastal Region with a vital link ... [+]

Port of Coos Bay celebrates 100 years

The Port of Coos Bay is celebrating 100 years of the completion of Coos Bay rail line when the first train left North Bend for Eugene in 1916. In honor of the centennial, a three day  Port of Coos Bay at the Railroad Centennial Celebration is occurring on August 5th ... [+]

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