Port of Los Angeles gets financial aid to accelerate container handling

The US federal government sets out to improve conditions at the west coast’s most important container harbor in Los Angeles. Truck access roads and railways will see improvements in order to avoid bottlenecks in the future.

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The US Department of Transportation invests USD 20m in making the country’s most important container harbor on the west coast, the Port of Los Angeles, better at quickly expediting goods.

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