With the travesty of the proposed Oakland A’s ballpark and development behind us, the Port of Oakland is focusing on and promoting freight.

The port recently had a ribbon-cutting ceremony for their Freight Intelligent Transportation Systems (FITS) project. FITS will “improve the efficiency, safety operations, circulation and reliability of truck and rail access throughout the Port of Oakland.”

The port also broke ground on the 7th Street Grade Separate East, which will reconstruct a 90 year old railroad underpass. The improvements will relieve congestion and improve safety.

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PORT OF OAKLAND CLOSED TODAY

The terminals in Oakland are closed today, May 1st. Traditionally, the International Longshore & Warehouse Union (ILWU) shifts its standard, third Thursday of the month, second shift, stop-work meeting to the dayside on May 1st to honor International Workers' Day....

ALL HANDS ON DECK

The Port of Oakland is bringing back free harbor tours for the summer and fall. The tours will run May through October. Click here for the full schedule, ticketing and more information. It is a great opportunity to see the supply chain in action...and it is free.

MOVING ON

We are also happy to report the lawsuit between the East Oakland Stadium Alliance (EOSA) and the Bay Conservation and Development Commission (BCDC) has been resolved in the industry's favor and reverts the Howard Terminal property back to Port Priority Use...

IN THIS CORNER, SACRAMENTO

In a zombie apocalypse (hey, people wonder), California is the third worst state to be in due to its dense population centers and low access to weapons. On a positive note, Money magazine ranks Sacramento one of the Best Places to Live based on its job market, housing...

IN THE OTHER CORNER, RENO

In a zombie apocalypse, Nevada actually ranks second from the bottom. While Reno may rank high in its availability of weapons, it's dead last in availability of food and places to hide. But, on the bright side, if you are looking for a job, Nevada is the place to be...

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