Army Corps needs $1B to repair locks on Monongahela River

06/5/2009 | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review · Philadelphia Inquirer, The

The Army Corps of Engineers has received $140 million in stimulus funds to repair locks and dams in Pennyslvania, but it may need $1 billion to keep traffic flowing on the lower Monongahela River. The Corps is replacing the 75-year-old lock and dam system at Charleroi to ensure the safe passage of up to 20 million tons of goods per year on the river.

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