Indiana is considered America’s crossroads, and that means our state has a transportation advantage compared to other states.
ISA and ICMC believe that a solid transportation infrastructure is critical to the economic vitality of our communities. When transportation infrastructure is in poor condition, associated travel restrictions and delays cost producers, processors and end-customers money.
ISA is working to ensure Indiana and the U.S. transportation system has the infrastructure and capacity necessary to keep the soybean industry competitive long term.
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Other Transportation Resources
National Waterways Conference: The National Waterways Conference, established in 1960, is the leading national organization to advocate for the enactment of common-sense water resource policies.
Soy Transportation Coalition (STC): The STC is an organization that works to ensure the U.S. transportation system has the infrastructure and capacity necessary for the long-term competitiveness of the soybean industry.
Agricultural Transportation Coalition (AgTC): The AgTC works to achieve Shipping Act reform to allow U.S. ag exporters to be more competitive in the international market. It monitors government and commercial activity on ocean shipping and lobbies Congress when necessary to change laws that would harm agriculture interests or to support laws that will benefit agriculture.
Waterways Council, Inc. (WCI): The WCI is a national public policy organization that advocates for a properly funded and well-maintained system of inland waterways and ports. It seeks to educate decision-makers in the states and federal government, the news media and the general public about the critical importance of our nation's inland waterways and the need to sustain and increase their reliability now and for our future.