Join the Central Virginia Transportation Authority
The Port of Virginia requests your support to be added as a non-voting member to the newly-formed Central Virginia Transportation Authority to promote freight fluidity in the region. The Richmond Marine Terminal is a major freight operator in the Central Virginia Region, and the port is a vital partner in the region to promote freight fluidity and economic development opportunities. The port is currently a non-voting member to the Hampton Roads Transportation Accountability Commission.
Transportation is the key to ensuring cargo is moving from our terminals to our customers. The Port will continue to monitor transportation revenues and all multimodal legislative efforts.
Incentivize Offshore Wind Economic Development
Offshore wind is an economic development opportunity for the Commonwealth and The Port of Virginia is well suited to be the East Coast’s hub for wind energy. The opportunity will bring jobs to the region while providing a reliable, environmentally friendly power source for all Virginians. In partnership with the Virginia Economic Development Partnership, the port will advocate for the development of offshore wind and incentive opportunities to bring the offshore wind industry to the Commonwealth.
Sustainability - in every sense of the word.
At The Port of Virginia, sustainability is one of our anchor values. Whether we are concentrating on our people, our communities, our commercial and financial performance or the environment, sustainability is always in focus.
We are pleased to present chapter one of the 2020 Sustainability Report. Listen as port colleagues from across the enterprise share what sustainability means to them.
In the first quarter of 2021, we will deliver additional chapters, telling the story of sustainability from many perspectives and with many voices.