The City of Oakland appears to be deaf when it comes to the industry’s concerns about the proposed Oakland A’s ballpark at Howard Terminal and the negative impacts such a stadium will have on maritime operations and the long-term viability of the Port of Oakland.
Both the A’s and the city continue to promote the new stadium as if it is a done-deal. The latest promotion, pictured above, is the city-produced prospectus highlighting the stadium as one of the “major catalyst projects underway or planned outside of downtown.” Sure sounds like Howard Terminal will be a ballpark, doesn’t it?
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Meanwhile, on the working waterfront, forecasts indicate the port will be out of space, even with Howard Terminal reserved for maritime uses, in the next 20-30 years.
So, again, we ask…how is a waterfront stadium at the Port of Oakland congruous with maritime operations? Although it may sound like a rhetorical question, it is not.