3 April 2015 0 Comments

Full Navigation Season Expected in 2015

The USACE has indicated that a full navigation season is expected for 2015. The six upriver reservoirs have ample water storage at the present time. Although there is less snowpack in the northern plains than last year, mountain snow is greater. The NOAA expects normal precipitation over the next few months. There is an adequate supply of storage and […]

16 September 2014 0 Comments

Port of Kansas City Reopens with Kaw Valley Companies as the New Operator

The Port of Kansas City – Woodswether Terminal is once again a premier shipping option for barges traveling the Missouri River. The Port Authority of Kansas City, MO is partnering with Kaw Valley Companies to serve as the operator for the port facility. This partnership marks the reopening of the Port after seven years. “This […]

10 June 2014 0 Comments

The Port Authority Of Kansas City Chooses Flaherty & Collins As The First Developer For The Berkley Riverfront

KANSAS CITY, Missouri – The Port Authority of Kansas City is entering into an agreement with Flaherty & Collins to create a mixed-use urban village on the Kansas City riverfront. This development will be the first phase of the Berkley Riverfront Development bringing 398 luxury apartment units, 400 parking stalls, and 12,000 square feet of […]

18 April 2014 0 Comments

MoDOT Freight Priorities and Investment Forums

You are invited to join other business and local leaders, along with freight and industry stakeholders for an important discussion with the Missouri Department of Transportation on how to best prioritize scarce existing funds and how to best invest in new freight projects should additional funds become available. As part of the MoDOT Freight Plan, […]

26 March 2014 0 Comments

Berkley Riverfront Information for the Community

The Port Authority is preparing to apply for a Master Planned Development (MPD) zoning overlay for the Berkley Riverfront Development. Part of the preparation is to present the direction, intent, and purpose of the MPD process to the surrounding community.  To view the presentation from the recent community meeting click this link.