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Port Everglades Approves a 20-year, $1.6 billion Plan

Matt Ball on July 4, 2014 - in Lifecycle, Planning

port_evergladesTwenty years from now, Broward County’s already bustling seaport is forecast to handle roughly twice as much cargo and about 40 percent more cruise passengers.

To accommodate that growth, Port Everglades will need to invest about $1.6 billion in major projects.

Broward County’s board of county commissioners approved that 20-year plan last week, an update to the seaport’s Master/Vision Plan first adopted in 2006.

Read more in the Sun Sentinel

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