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Lebanese-owned CMA CGM acquired a stake in the Port of Long Beach s Pier J, a move that will get a further 2.
In November 2010, FHWA Deputy Administrator Greg Nadeau joined representatives from the State of California and the Port of Long Beach to launch the Gerald Desmond Bridge Replacement project, a $950 million undertaking.
4 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today the NRDC announced it was filing suit against the City of Long Beach to overturn a settlement with the ATA that ended litigation over the Port of Long Beach truck concession plan.
Officials at the Port of Long Beach did not return several calls seeking comment.
But the California Public Utilities Commission, in comments to the draft EIS, argues that there are 130,000 people living or working within three miles of the proposed site at the Port of Long Beach who "would be in harm's way, and many of them could be killed or incur second-degree burns if there were a terrorist attack, earthquake or human error, which caused the release of LNG.
The new bridge will allow the world's biggest cargo ships to reach the inner berths at the Port of Long Beach and simultaneously expand a strategic highway that carries 15 percent of all goods coming into the U.
The Port of Long Beach wanted to create awareness about their ongoing commitment to economic vitality, and its new commitment to environmental stewardship and community engagement.
The project will gather air samples and data from four monitoring stations already at the Port of Los Angeles, and two stations to be designed and located at the Port of Long Beach.