Shipping containers at the San Pedro Bay port complex destined for rail will soon have an expedited path out of Long Beach and Los Angeles thanks to a massive rail facility announced by BNSF Railway.
The fiery crash at Dallas Executive Airport killed six crew members over the weekend and destroyed one of the last operable B-17 Flying Fortresses in existence.
Following a record year in 2021, the San Pedro Bay ports are losing market share to East and Gulf Coast ports, putting their rankings as the country’s top ports on the line—at least for this year.
Mainstays like Beachwood Brewing and District Wine say customers are being driven away, and they may have to shutter their Downtown operations.
The corridor is part of a larger global effort initiated by the U.S. and Norway to decarbonize the shipping industry.
Koontz, who began working for the city in 2015, will oversee a staff of 210 with a budget of $91 million.
The payload will allow for the study of atmospheric waves to better understand how Earth’s upper atmosphere interacts with wind and weather patterns.
Despite additional repairs being identified, the city is still targeting a partial reopening of the ship before the end of the year.
The small municipal airport was only 2.5% shy of pre-pandemic levels in September, according to city data.
The new eatery, located at 1775 Ximeno Ave. near the Traffic Circle, pays homage to Long Beach’s creative and musical history.