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CMTS Infrastructure Week Event: Infrastructure in the Arctic, Building for Tomorrow

Friday, May 17 2019 11:00AM – 12:30 PM ET Woodrow Wilson Center, 6th Floor, DC

The U.S. Arctic's extreme operating environment poses unique challenges to land and coastal-based infrastructure development. Please join the U.S. Committee on the Marine Transportation System (CMTS) and the Wilson Center Polar Institute for a conversation on these challenges and how they affect projections of future maritime traffic, existing development activities, and the emerging vision of the Alaska of tomorrow.

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  • Press Release

  • Posted: 14th December 2018
  • Arctic

Projecting Arctic Marine Traffic of Tomorrow: A Recap of the "Arctic Shipping: Boom, Bust, or Baseline?" Technical Workshop

Last month, the CMTS and the U.S. Arctic Research Commission, with support from the Wilson Center's Polar Institute, hosted the technical workshop, "Arctic Shipping: Boom, Bust, or Baseline?" Over the course of this two-day workshop, 35 participants from the Federal family, academia, industry, other Arctic Nations, and Tribal interests discussed the future of vessel activity in U.S. Arctic waters. This workshop and the information gleaned from it are critical first steps to updating forecasts of vessel activity in U.S. Arctic waters, which the CMTS's Arctic Marine Transportation Integrated Action Team will complete in 2019.

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  • Resource Update

  • Posted: 7th December 2018
  • Arctic

Now Available: Revisiting Near-Term Recommendations to Prioritize Infrastructure Needs in the U.S. Arctic

We are pleased to release the Arctic Marine Transportation Integrated Action Team (IAT)'s update to their 2016 report, A Ten-Year Prioritization of Infrastructure Needs in the U.S. Arctic. This new report, Revisiting Near-Term Recommendations to Prioritize Infrastructure Needs in the U.S. Arctic, reviews the twenty-five near-term recommendations to enhance the Arctic marine transportation system (MTS) included in the 2016 report.

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