4 edition of Landside access to U.S. ports found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Other titles||Landside access to United States ports., Landside access to US ports.|
|Statement||Committee for a Study on Landside Access to Ports.|
|Series||Special report ;, 238, Special report (National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board) ;, 238.|
|Contributions||National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board. Committee for a Study on Landside Access to Ports.|
|LC Classifications||HE553 .L36 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 198 p. :|
|Number of Pages||198|
|LC Control Number||92038897|
1. Introduction. Freight transport is a complex industry, as supply chains lengthen across countries, seas and continents. Rapidly growing world trade pursuing economies of scale led to the introduction of mega-container vessels with 12–19, TEU capacity, straining infrastructure of major maritime gateways and putting pressure on key intermodal connections to the by: between the U.S and developing countries like China will mean that trade, and more particularly imports, will continue to grow in the foreseeable future. “Landside access to U.S. ports, congestion on highways around major gateways, delays at border crossings, and environmental.
The resulting report–An Assessment of the U.S. Marine Transportation System—included recommendations, among them the facilitation of landside access to ports and the formation of an interagency Committee on the Marine Transportation System and a stakeholder Marine Transportation System National Advisory Council. Those and certain other. Based on the findings of the Coast Guard boarding or examination at sea, such vessels may be required to ensure that each access point to the ship is guarded by armed security guards and that they have total visibility of the exterior (both landside and waterside) of the vessel while in U.S. ports.
Transatlantic Port Issues. transported out of Asia and over the U.S. west coast ports and onward by rail to U.S. mid- ports that a major study of landside access was completed in the early. The Paducah-McCracken County Riverport Authority was established in by the legislative bodies of the County of McCracken and the City of Paducah under an equal ownership agreement. The port is a quasi-government agency that provides essential maritime services for the rural regions of Western Kentucky, Southern Illinois, Southeast Missouri, and Northwestern Tennessee.
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Ports examines the nature of port access problems and appropriate strategies for responding to : $ Get this from a library. Landside access to U.S. ports. [National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board. Committee for a Study on Landside Access to Ports.;] -- Examines the nature of port access problems and appropriate strategies for responding to them.
The report covers four broad subject areas that influence landside transportation access to ports. TRB Special Report Landside access to U.S. ports book Landside Access to U.S. Ports examines the nature of port access problems and appropriate strategies for responding to them.
The report covers four broad subject areas that influence landside transportation access to ports: physical impediments, land use policies, regulatory constraints, and institutional issues.
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Landside Access to Ports – Mr. Harder has conducted several studies for ports, stevedores, and government agencies with the broad goal of improving rail and motor carrier access to marine ports.
These projects typically involve evaluation of the current institutions and infrastructure with identification of related opportunities to improve efficiency and reduce environmental impact. The U.S.
marine transportation system handles large volumes of domestic and international freight in support of the Nation's economic activities.
As a vital part of that system, the Nation's container ports handle cargo and are sources of employment, revenue, and taxes for businesses or communities where they are : Members of the American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA) - representing more than public ports throughout the Western Hemisphere-and other ports worldwide recognize the need to protect and improve environmental conditions in and around their facilities.
To that end, AAPA, through its Harbors, Navigation and Environment (HN&E) Committee, has completed an Environmental Management. The new direct access road improvements will ease local and commuter traffic, and safely integrate container terminal traffic within existing operations as the Port’s water and land traffic continues to grow.
Technical Details: This project includes: more than million square feet of new bridge deck, drilled shafts, LF of. railways and equipment, and U.S. ports plan public and private-sourced landside investments of the same magnitude over each of the next ﬁ ve years.
Annual spending on waterside infrastructure has been averaging about $ billion. While the U.S. has ports on the West Coast (Los Angeles, Long Beach, Oakland and Seattle/Tacoma) and.
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However, they require investments in U.S. ports such as increasing bridge clearances, channel depths, landside access, and port and terminal infrastructure [USACE IWR ]. The main characteristic of navigation channels that relates to condition is whether the authorized depth is.
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Distances Between United States Ports is published by the Office of Coast Survey, National Ocean Service (NOS), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), pursuant to the Act of 6 August (33 U.S.C.
a and b), and the Act of 22 October (44 U.S.C. Prepared for 28th Annual Summer Ports, Waterways, Freight andInternational Trade Conference (July, Portland, OR)and Joint Summer Meeting of the Planning, Economics, Finance,Freight and Management Committees (July, Portland, OR. Book Description: In Getting the Goods, Edna Bonacich and Jake B.
Wilson focus on the Southern California ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach-which together receive 40 percent of the nearly $2 trillion worth of goods imported annually to the United States-to examine the impact of the logistics revolution on workers in transportation and distribution.
The ubi app is part of Hutchison Ports’ major initiative to integrate waterside, yard and landside operations through a new app powered by nGen, the group’s powerful terminal management system. ubi multi lanuageA special taskforce called Digitalisation & Product Innovation team was put together to roll out the new app across the group.
After a half century of industrialization, the good-paying, blue-collar job has become an endangered species in the United States. But it persists in some places, and one of the most important in the Bay Area is the Port of Oakland.
An understanding of the Port’s complicated infrastructure and policy agenda is essential for anyone concerned about maintaining middle-wage jobs and the region.Chapter 1 Extent of the U.S. Transportation System Lane-miles increased percent between and Highway person-miles traveled and vehicle-miles traveled increased by and percent, respectively, from to For many ports, this new enviroment will dictate addressing the problems of inefficiencies in productivity, landside access congestion, and dredging in order to remain competitive.
From the military perspective, the changing environment and problems facing the ports may limit accessibility and availability at Author: Clifford M. Wilborn.