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More than 230 locks along U.S. waterways are in danger of failing, disrupting transportation which costs a fraction of what rail and trucking costs, according to the Army Corps of Engineers, which estimates more than $70 billion worth of cargo is shipped annually on the nation’s rivers. The Wall Street Journal Wednesday took an in-depth look at America’s locks and dams, focusing on the crumbling locks on the Monogahela River in Pennsylvania.

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