American Society of Civil Engineers


Alameda Transportation Corridor


by Arthur B. Goodwin, (Port of Los Angeles, San Pedro, United States)

pp. 94-107

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Document type: Conference Proceeding Paper
Part of: Ports ’92
Abstract: The Alameda Transportation Corridor is a significant new commitment on the part of the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach to improve and increase rail and highway access and capacity into and through the harbor complex. Surface transportation, the ability to move all types of cargo unrestricted into and out one of the largest port complexes in the world, will be a critical factor in the future growth potential of the San Pedro Bay ports. The Alameda Transportation Corridor appears to be the key to the future growth potential of the ports.


ASCE Subject Headings:
California
Capacity
Harbors
Highways and roads
Transportation corridors

Author Keywords:
Ports and harbors
Highway systems - Railroad transportation - Transportation routes
Almeda transportation corridor - Port of Los Angeles - San Pedro Bay ports