Indiana pushes forward with new port

Ports of Indiana has identified a retired power plant site as a favourable location for the state’s fourth port. Credit: Ports of Indiana.

Ports of Indiana is moving ahead with its plan to build a fourth port at a 725-acre former coal-fired power plant on the Ohio River, which previously belonged to Indiana Michigan Power and was decommissioned last year.

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