Board action allows Long Beach port project to proceed

04/14/2009 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

An environmental study for a plan to redevelop California's Port of Long Beach this week received approval from the Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners. Approval will allow the $750 million project, which is aimed at changing two aging terminals into a new green one, to move ahead. The project will add about 65,000 feet of rail track and double cargo-moving capacity while cutting air pollution in half.

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