UTAH INLAND PORT AUTHORITY CREATESNEW LOAN APPROVAL COMMITTEE SALT LAKE CITY, UT (April 27, 2023) — The Utah Inland Port Authority (UIPA) held its first Loan Approval Committee meeting this week, with a public notary appointing four members to committee positions. The …
Framework for Rural Inland Port Project Area
Box Elder County Commission Approves First Steps to Create Project Area BRIGHAM CITY, UT (January 25, 2023) — Box Elder County Commissioners unanimously adopted a resolution today to begin the creation of an Inland Port Project Area in Box Elder …
RELEASE: FRAMEWORK FOR FIRST RURAL INLAND PORT PROJECT AREA
Iron County Commission approves first steps to create project area PAROWAN, UTAH – Iron County Commissioners adopted a resolution today tobegin the creation of an Inland Port Project Area in Iron County. The ProjectArea will be part of the Commerce …
RELEASE: UIPA APPOINTS NEW BOARD MEMBER AND NAMES NEW BOARD VICE CHAIR
Ryan Starks to Serve as Governor’s Board Appointee and Abby Osborne as Vice ChairSALT LAKE CITY, UT (February 28, 2023) — Last night, the Utah Inland PortAuthority (UIPA) announced the appointment of Ryan Starks as its newestboard member. Starks was …
2022 Economic Roundtable
The brand of the port has been very confused over the last several years. I think we’ll be much more proactive on that front, trying to help educate the general public and a lot of our stakeholders, as well as working with our landowners.
Terry Marasco: Inland port management promises better planning
I attended the Utah Inland Port Authority public meeting at the West Valley Hunter Library on November 30. West Valley is partly in the port’s jurisdiction.
UIPA’s flurry of activity has it ‘going in the right direction’
The Utah Inland Port Authority is developing a business plan and a master plan while its new executive director is exuding confidence that a series of changes ensure “that we’re going the right direction.”
Savage named a top company for women in transportation
Savage has been named a 2022 Top Company for Women to Work For in Transportation by Redefining the Road, the official magazine of the Women in Trucking Association (WIT).
States Test an Electrifying Idea: Roads That Can Recharge Your EV
Electromagnetic inductive charging is common in everyday life — setting a mobile phone on a wireless charger uses similar technology. On roadways, coils embedded in the pavement transfer magnetic energy to a receiver mounted beneath an electric vehicle to wirelessly …