Ports and Goods Movement Workgroup

The NEDC Ports and Goods Movement Workgroup brings together government, industry, and port stakeholders to implement innovative, cost-effective strategies for reducing emissions, conserving fuel, promoting sustainability and "freight as a good neighbor" practices, and responding to climate change through mitigation and adaptation at ports in the Northeast. The group meets regularly by conference call, learns from local and national experts, and visits ports to learn more about their operations, equipment and emissions.

Ports and Goods Movement Workgroup Charter

NEDC Ports and Goods Movement Workgroup Members (as of October 2017)

Note that many other entities participate on an occasional basis.

  • Bridgeport Port Authority
  • CALSTART
  • Connecticut DEP
  • Connecticut Port Authority
  • Gloucester Port Authority
  • ICF International
  • Maine DEP
  • Massachusetts Port Authority
  • MJ Bradley & Associates
  • NESCAUM
  • New Hampshire DES
  • New Haven Port Authority
  • New Jersey DEP
  • New York State DEC
  • PHB Public Affairs
  • Port of Albany NY
  • Port Authority of NYNJ
  • Port of Davisville, RI / Quonset Development Corp.
  • Port of San Juan, Puerto Rico
  • Rhode Island DEM
  • Salem MA Port Authority
  • Starcrest Consulting
  • US DOT Volpe Center
  • US EPA Regions 1 and 2

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NEDC Ports and Goods Movement Workgroup Presentations

Workgroup conference calls often feature presentations by members or guest speakers, such as (in chronological order, most- to least- recent):

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Related EPA and State Programs

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