The Tacoma Seafarers’ Center received the 2015 Livable Community Summit Award at the Port's Annual Breakfast March 25. 

Nearly 350 customers, business leaders and community members joined us March 25 at the 2015 Port of Tacoma Annual Breakfast.

Fife Mayor Tim Curtis this morning reminded us of our region's world class status in a

Transportation is the name of the game this week in Olympia, with voters across the state calling

The Port of Tacoma recognized its strong, supportive relationships with customers and stakeholders by honoring three with the fourth annual Summit Awards for their outstanding contributions to Port business and the Pierce County community.

You have 1 day left to register for the March 25 Port of Tacoma Annual Breakfast that will showcase a “new game, new team” as we work to form a Seaport Alliance with the Port of Seattle. 

Recent public opinion poll data shows that citizens in the Puget Sound region see an urgent need for infrastructure investments.

The SR 167 Completion Coalition is organizing a lunch Wednesday, March 25, for highway proponents to meet with House members and ask for their support.

Container volumes through the ports of Seattle and Tacoma continued to struggle last month, dipping 9 percent year to date.

The Economic Development Board for Tacoma-Pierce County recognized the ports of Tacoma and Seattle with the 2015 Golden Shovel Award for collaborating to form a Seaport Alliance.

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