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Ever Sigma Discharges 9 millionth TEU at Los Angeles Port

Evergreen Line’s Ever Sigma container ship discharged the 9 millionth TEU (twenty-foot equivalent unit) to pass through the Port of Los Angeles in the span of 12 months, setting a new annual record for the most container throughput of any port in the western hemisphere.

This week in the war on workers: Port truck drivers strike against exploitation and wage theft

Port truck drivers went on strike at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach this week to protest misclassification as independent contractors, long hours, low pay, and a system in which they pay to lease trucks that can be taken from them for the smallest infraction. Show More Summary

In the face of Trump's anti-climate change policies, L.A. and Long Beach push for greener ports

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia pledged this week to wean their ports off dirty diesel and other fossil fuels and switch to zero-emission equipment by 2035. This is the most aggressive plan yet to cut air pollution at the ports, by far. And it’s an essential transformation...

L.A. and Long Beach mayors sign pact setting zero-emissions goals for ports

The mayors of Los Angeles and Long Beach signed an agreement Monday directing the nation’s largest port complex to reduce air pollution by moving toward zero-emission trucks and yard equipment. The two-page declaration signed by L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti and Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia says the...

L.A. and Long Beach mayors sign pact setting zero-emissions goals for ports

The mayors of Los Angeles and Long Beach signed an agreement Monday directing the nation’s largest port complex to reduce air pollution by moving toward zero-emission trucks and yard equipment. The two-page declaration signed by L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti and Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia says the...

Dream big: Head around the world in January on one of three cruises from L.A. for three- to five-month voyages

Want to get away from it all? You’ll have three opportunities to do it in a big way next January when three separate cruise lines begin their world cruises from the Port of Los Angeles. Most of these long-term cruises, which generally run more than 100 days, depart from Florida. But next year,...

L.A. Metro Announces Launch Dates for Bike Share Expansions in Pasadena and the Port of Los Angeles

Working closely with the cities of Pasadena and Los Angeles, the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority plans to launch bike sharing in Pasadena on Friday, July 14, and at the Port of Los Angeles on Monday, July 31...

Take a free boat tour around the Port of Los Angeles

Bet you didn’t know World Trade Week is here. It’s not a Hallmark holiday, but the occasion provides an opportunity for a free boat ride to see operations at the Port of Los Angeles and L.A.’s waterfront. The deal: Hour-long rides are free and available on a first-come, first-served basis. They...

Longshore union is offered a contract extension at ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach

The Pacific Maritime Assn., which represents terminal operators and shipping companies at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, has formally proposed a three-year contract extension to the International Longshore and Warehouse Union. The current contract expires July 1, 2019. “PMA can confirm...

Toyota just unveiled a massive, hydrogen-powered truck — here's what we know about it

When it comes to hydrogen-powered vehicles, Toyota is thinking big. Toyota officially unveiled a massive, hydrogen-powered truck on Wednesday that will transport cargo within the Port of Los Angeles. The 18-wheeler is part of a larger...Show More Summary

This hydrogen-fueled 18-wheeler at LA, Long Beach ports emits only water from tailpipe

Toyota delivered a zero-emissions 670-horsepower truck to the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach on Wednesday that could ultimately reverse the region’s high cancer-causing pollution levels.

Toyota bringing hydrogen-powered semis to Port of Los Angeles

2 months agoVehicles / Cars : Leftlane

The fuel-cell trucks will be used for short-haul movement of cargo around the busy shipping port.

Toyota puts fuel cell trucks to work at Port of Los Angeles

The 670-horsepower truck uses two Mirais worth of fuel cells. Continue reading Toyota puts fuel cell trucks to work at Port of Los Angeles Toyota puts fuel cell trucks to work at Port of Los Angeles originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 19 Apr 2017 11:45:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments

Toyota Project Portal hydrogen fuel cell truck is the strong silent type - Roadshow

2 months agoVehicles / Cars : Car Tech

The proof of concept hydrogen fuel cell truck will take part in a feasibility study at the Port of Los Angeles starting this summer.

Los Angeles Port Cargo Volumes Rise

Californian Port of Los Angeles has seen its volumes increase by 10 percent in the first quarter of 2017 as it handled a total of 2.23 million TEUs in the three-month period, compared to 2 million TEU seen in the same quarter a year earlier.

Bill aims to take shark fins off the menu in United States

It’s been four years since California’s ban on the purchase and possession of shark fins went into effect. And yet, more than 60 tons of shark fins arrive at the Port of Los Angeles each year, bound for chefs and grocers in states where sales of the Asian delicacy remain unfettered. Rep. Ed Royce...

Soccer: City and Southern Section championship results

SOCCER CITY CHAMPIONSHIPS Friday Boys' Division 2: Mendez 2, Hawkins 1 Girls' Division 2: Port of Los Angeles 2, Grant 1 (OT)   Saturday Boys' Division 1: Granada Hills 2, Fremont 1 Boys' Division 3: Community Charter 2, Los Angeles Hamilton 0 Boys' Division 4: Santee 2, Angelou 1 Boys' Division...

Soccer: City championship schedule

SOCCER CITY CHAMPIONSHIPS Friday at Los Angeles Valley College Girls' Division 2: #2 Port of Los Angeles vs. #1 Grant, 5 p.m. Boys' Division 2: #11 Hawkins vs. #4 Mendez, 7 p.m.   Saturday at Los Angeles Valley College Girls' Division 3: #2 South Gate vs. #1 Eagle Rock, noon Boys' Division 3: #5...

Girls' soccer: Friday's City playoff scores and updated pairings

GIRLS' SOCCER CITY DIVISION 1 Semifinals, Tuesday, 3 p.m. #4 Taft at #1 El Camino Real #6 Granada Hills at #2 Palisades     DIVISION 2 Quarterfinal, Friday Port of Los Angeles 4, Van Nuys 3   Semifinals, Tuesday, 3 p.m. #4 Garfield at #1 Grant #6 San Fernando at #2 Port of Los Angeles     DIVISION...

Vote yes on Measure P for San Pedro waterfront development

San Pedro and other communities near the Port of Los Angeles have longed for a more vibrant waterfront with restaurants, shops and parks that draw tourists and create an amenity for locals. Measure P on the March ballot would change the city charter to make it easier to attract developers to help...

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