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Savage has selected Octopi’s terminal operating system for a new intermodal terminal at Union Pacific’s rail yard in Pocatello, Idaho. Its teams will place loaded containers onto railcars that will be transported to the Northwest Seaport Alliance ports in Tacoma and Seattle, Wash.

Supply Side: Bentley, Octopi

Infrastructure engineering software firm Bentley Systems, Inc., has acquired Montreal-based INRO Software; Savage has selected a terminal operating system from Octopi, part of Navis and Cargotec Corp., for a new intermodal terminal at Union Pacific’s rail yard in Pocatello, Idaho.

Biden’s FY22 Discretionary Budget Proposal Includes $25.6B for USDOT (Updated)

The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) has submitted to Congress President Joe Biden’s $1.52 trillion discretionary funding request for Fiscal Year 2022, which includes $25.6 billion for the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT).

Supply Side: Bentley, FourKites, LEDtronics

Infrastructure engineering software firm Bentley Systems, Inc., is developing applications for digital twins with NVIDIA Omniverse; the FourKites® real-time supply chain visibility platform is offering a Tracking Quality Guarantee; and LEDtronics® is producing a new LED light fixture with an energy-efficient, high-lumen output.

“In communities across the country, there is tremendous need for transportation projects that create high-quality jobs, improve safety, protect our environment and generate equitable economic opportunity for all Americans,” U.S. Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg said. “With RAISE grants, we are making those needed investments in our communities’ future.”

USDOT: First TIGER, Then BUILD, Now RAISE – Grant Applications Welcome

The U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) has issued a Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for the RAISE program, providing $1 billion in FY 2021 discretionary grant funding for rail, transit, road and port infrastructure projects.