Opinion: ‘Pushing too much stuff through too small a pipe’ means it’s time to build an inland port

With cargo ships stacked up off the coast of California, the Utah Inland Port can serve the state well, providing it keeps promises about being environmentally responsible

By any objective measure, Utah picked a good time to invest in an inland port.

As cargo ships continue to stack up off ports in Southern California, the need to alleviate pressure through rail to an inland port makes sense, especially considering the current condition may become a “new normal,” as Utah Inland Port Executive Director Jack Hedge told us this week…