Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach to cooperate on congestion reduction and environmental improvements

The Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach have begun to put together the cooperative partnership agreed to by the U.S. Federal Maritime Commission in February.

In their first joint meeting this week, port representatives began a process intended to improve the transportation network in order to reduce port congestion, cargo delays, and air pollution.

Question:  Might economies of scale allow the two ports, working together, to implement zero emissions solutions for moving cargo from the ports to inland locations?

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LB And LA Ports Start Discussions To Improve Cooperation, Cargo Congestion, Everything Long Beach

Los Angeles, Long Beach port officials meet to discuss tackling congestion together, Long Beach Press Telegram

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