The Port of Los Angeles – the busiest U.S. container gateway – gets a state grant for $21.6 million to move ahead with the Terminal Island Railyard Enhancement Project.
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The Port of Los Angeles and BNSF Railway will comply with a court order that could get development of a major intermodal transfer project moving again.
The biggest Class I continues to see delays at the nation’s biggest intermodal gateway.
Amid rising intermodal traffic, the Port of Los Angeles plans a $130-million public-private partnership to develop a new container staging facility.
The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) released a research report that details the impact freight and passenger rail operations have on the state economy.
Stephen Hoye has been appointed vice president of Pacific Harbor Line by parent Anacostia Rail Holdings, effective in early August.
The Port of Los Angeles marked the busiest January in its history as overall container traffic surged 17.4% from the same month a year ago.
The Port of Long Beach saw containerized cargo increase 8.7% in January from a year ago on increased activity at its largest terminal and extra ships calling ahead of the Lunar New Year.
Fairport, N.Y.-based RailComm said Thursday, Oct. 16, 2014 that a large Long Beach, Calif.-based container terminal selected the company “to provide remote automation to a new facility installation.”
Pacific Harbor Line said late Tuesday, Sept. 2, 2014 it is now “serving customers located in three industrial areas near the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, linked to a 10-mile industrial spur owned by Union Pacific Railroad.”