Oakland port applies for $56M in stimulus funds

12/15/2009 | American City Business Journals

The Port of Oakland has applied for $56 million in federal stimulus funds for environmental upgrades. The California port would use the funds to connect docked ships to the electrical grid and send more cargo via barge than truck. Federal transportation officials have been encouraging ports to reduce their carbon footprints and will decide by February who will receive the grants.

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