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JaxPort gets $23.5 million grant to lower emissions

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Jacksonville Daily Record

The Jacksonville Port Authority has received a $23.5 million federal grant to fund part of the port’s $47 million program to reduce emissions in cargo handling.

The money is from the U.S. Department of Transportation Maritime Administration’s Port Infrastructure Development Program.

The project is focused on SSA Jacksonville Container Terminal at Blount Island Marine Terminal and Crowley’s JaxPort Talleyrand Terminal.

Read the rest of this story at the Jacksonville Daily Record, a WJCT News partner.