PierPass, the universally disliked off-hours program in Los Angeles and Long Beach, is getting a much needed revamp.

Currently, PierPass charges a fee for all terminal transactions on the day shift but all transactions on the night and weekend shifts are free.  Those fees presently stand at $72.09/20′ and $144.18/40′.
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Effective August 2018, PierPass will transition to flat fee across all shifts. The flat fee will be $31.52/20′ and $63.04/40′.

PierPass 2.0 is remarkably similar to Oakland International Container Terminal’s (OICT – SSA) extended Hour Gate Fee, except theirs is $30 for all container sizes.  Just saying.

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