It also would remove the requirement that the Olmsted Lock on the Ohio River be funded using Inland Waterways Trust Fund revenues.
What does IWTF stand for?
IWTF stands for Inland Waterways Trust Fund (USACE)
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We have 2 other meanings of IWTF in our Acronym Attic
- Industrial Water Treatment Consulting (Australia)
- International Water Technology Conference
- International Women's Tribune Centre (New York, NY)
- International Workshop on Tropical Cyclones
- Invacare World Team Cup (wheelchair tennis)
- Irish Web Technology Conference
- International Workshop on Testing of Communicating Systems
- Individuals with Targeted Disabilities
- Islamic World Trade Directory
- Industrial Waste Treatment Facility
- Institut für Wissenschaftstheorie und-Forschung
- International Wheelchair Tennis Federation (est. 1998)
- Irish Working Terrier Federation (UK and Ireland)
- Indian Wells Tennis Garden (California)
- I Want to Go Back to Philmont
- I Want That Hat (band)
- i want to have
- Immediate Write Threshold
- I Want to Have Your Baby
- I Want to Hold Your Hand (Beatles song)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Administration will work with Congress to reform the laws governing the Inland Waterways Trust Fund to support increased investments in safe, reliable, highly cost-effective, and environmentally sustainable inland waterways, while ensuring that commercial navigation users meet their share of the costs of activities financed from this trust fund.
Currently, there is approximately $31 billion in the four transportation trust funds - the Highway Trust Fund, the Aviation Trust Fund, the Inland Waterways Trust Fund, and the Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund.
46 billion in funding, half of which will come from the Inland Waterways Trust Fund, for construction of 1,200-foot locks at Locks 20, 21, 22, 24 and 25 on the upper Mississippi and at LaGrange and Peoria Locks on the Illinois Waterway.
46 billion in funding, half of which will come from the Inland Waterways Trust Fund, for construction of new 1,200-foot locks at Locks 20, 21, 22, 24 and 25 on the upper Mississippi and at LaGrange and Peoria Locks on the Illinois.
The purpose of the Inland Waterways Users Board is to make recommendations to the Congress and the Secretary of the Army on the priorities and spending from the Inland Waterways Trust Fund for construction and rehabilitation projects on the fuel-taxed waterways system.
This budget request proposes FY '05 spending between $115 and $133 million from the dedicated Inland Waterways Trust Fund for the modernization of priority, Congressionally-approved locks and dams on the inland system.
The FY '04 conference report project funding total for projects funded from the Inland Waterways Trust Fund is approximately $271 million for lock and dam improvement projects.