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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

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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

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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...

Investor pleads guilty to withholding email during grand jury probe of Port of L.A. police chief

A Santa Monica attorney pleaded guilty Thursday to disobeying a federal grand jury subpoena during the public-corruption investigation of the Port of Los Angeles’ former police chief. Gerard N. Casale Jr. admitted that he failed to turn over an email in response to the subpoena seeking information...

Los Angeles Port logs Highest January Throughput

The Port of Los Angeles handled 826,640 Twenty-Foot Equivalent Units (TEUs) in January 2017, an increase of 17.4 percent compared to January 2016. It was the busiest January in the port’s 110-year history, outpacing last January, which was the previous record for the first month of the year.

Border Patrol arrests two men linked to Sureño gang entering U.S.

U.S. Border Patrol agents arrested two men with ties to a Los Angeles gang who were seen crossing the border Thursday evening about 3 ½ miles east of the Calexico port of entry, according to the agency. The men, ages 26 and 22, are Mexican citizens and, according to the agency, admitted to affiliations...

Body found floating in L.A. Harbor may be man who was swept away in Dominguez Channel

A body discovered floating in the Port of Los Angeles on Saturday morning is thought to be the man who was swept away by swift-moving water earlier this week in the Dominguez Channel in Gardena, authorities said. The body was found at 9:10 a.m. in the Leeward Bay Marina in Wilmington, according...

This new Long Beach food court comes with a heavy-metal past

Shipping containers have been used for housing, farming, even swimming pools. Now, following on the heels of the Shops at Adams Gateway in L.A., containers from the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach are being used to create SteelCraft, an open-air eatery in Long Beach.  The project, which officially...

Veteran freelance photographer killed in helicopter crash in Port of L.A.

The passenger of a helicopter that crashed into the Port of Los Angeles on Wednesday night was a veteran freelance photographer on assignment to capture photos of a rare trio of cruise ships inside the harbor. Michael Justice, 61, of San Pedro, and pilot Christopher Reed, 41, of Hermosa Beach,...

Crews search Port of Los Angeles for downed helicopter; cruise ship passenger reported crash

The U.S. Coast Guard and local firefighters were scouring the water around the Port of Los Angeles in search of a helicopter that was seen crashing late Wednesday. The downed helicopter was reported about 5:45 p.m. by a passenger aboard a cruise ship that was departing the harbor, according to...

When nothing is calm, and nothing is right, you still can untangle your travel troubles

You are planning a cruise, and you leave Los Angeles to fly to your port. Suddenly you are stuck in Chicago and  your hopes of making it to your embarkation point in time are eroding with every tick of the clock. Your nightmare comes true; you don’t make it. You shake your fist, literally or figuratively,...

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