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ILLUSTRATIVE
EXAMPLES
OF PORT-RELATED
INVESTMENT NEEDS

for global trade. Net public benefits are estimated
at nearly $322 million, or
LEGEND:
INFRASTRUCTURE
over $3 for every dollar of
PROJECTS BY TYPE
the $128 million total projBRIDGE
ect cost.
There are further gains
RAIL
beyond dollar values. For
ROAD
instance, at the Port of
Boston, the Army Corps of
TUNNEL
Engineers estimates that a
MULTIMODAL
$350 million harbor dredging project now underway
WATERSIDE
DEEPENING
will reduce the number of
MODERNIZATION
truck miles by 20 million
annually, with an attendant reduction in emissions. The Massachusetts
Port Authority (Massport)
ON-DOCK
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and the Commonwealth
of Massachusetts will contribute $130 million of the cost.
The port has also received a $42 million
FASTLANE grant to help modernize its
existing container terminal. "In addition,
we have a plan to build a brand-new 50-foot
berth and three new ship-to-shore cranes.
We are seeking an INFRA (Infrastructure

$10.1 BILLION
Port of Los Angeles
I-710 Gateway

$100 MILLION
Port of Port Arthur
Regional On Dock Rail Project

AMERICA

UP TO $11 BILLION
Port of New York/New Jersey
Cross Harbor Rail Tunnel

$3.3 BILLION
Port of Virginia
Hampton Roads Crossing

$1.5 BILLION
Alabama State Port Authority
Mobile River Bridge

$54 MILLION
Port of Pascagoula
Mississippi Rail Relocation
/Marine Terminal Project

$60 MILLION
Port of Coos Bay
Repair Bridges and Tracks
$30 MILLION
Ports of Indiana
Harbor Project

$36.5 MILLION
Port of Everett
41st Street/Rucker Avenue
Freight Corridor

$750 MILLION
Port of Alaska
Modernization Project

UNDER CONSTRUCTION
$973 MILLION
Port of Savannah

AUTHORIZED
$311 MILLION
Port of Boston

UNDER STUDY
$53 MILLION
Port of Seattle

THE UNIFIED VOICE OF AMERICA'S SEAPORTS

WE DELIVER PROSPERITY

For Rebuilding America) grant to help fund
the construction of the berth," says Massport
Port Director Lisa Wieland.
"To date, we've been very fortunate that
we've received significant federal support.
It's critical to keep freight moving and to get
products into the hands of consumers in the

most efficient, cost-effective and environmentally-friendly way," she says. "Ports support the many businesses that are involved
in the movement of goods and provide wellpaying jobs that can support families. They
help companies grow the economy and help
families help themselves." ●

ST. BERNARD PORT, HARBOR & TERMINAL DISTRICT
The St. Bernard Port, Harbor and Terminal District is strategically located on
the lower Mississippi River, connected to the nation by the Mississippi River
and Gulf Intracoastal Waterway System, all six Class 1 Railroads and
interstate highways. Globally importing and exporting raw materials,
the St. Bernard Port is truly multimodal. The Port is home to the
only calm-water, deep-draft slip on the lower Mississippi River,
with four separate mid-stream buoys, located at four different
sites. The buoys service both bulk and break-bulk cargos,
with the loading and unloading of ships, ranging in sizes up
to 1,000-foot cape-sized vessels. More than twenty-one million
short tons of cargo was handled in St. Bernard Parish in 2017.
As a landlord port, there are 48 different businesses located
at the St. Bernard Port, creating an additional 1,200 jobs, and
employing over 800 full-time employees in St. Bernard Parish.

Drew M. Heaphy
Executive Director

100 Port Blvd.
Chalmette, Louisiana 70043
504-277-8418
Fax: 504-277-8471
www.stbernardport.com
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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Seaports Magazine - Spring 2018

AAPA Headquarters
From the President’s Desk
Business Boom: Ports Report Record-Setting 2017
One-Sided Investments – U.S. Ports Call for Federal Support of Long-Term Infrastructure Development
Ship Shape: Ports Navigate Their Niches to Find Their Areas of Expertise
Finding the Right Mix – A Latin American Port’s Perspective
Dredging Demands
Water Resources System Integral to Competitiveness of US Economy and Security
Port-Based Welfare Provision: It’s About Collaboration
Index of Advertisers
Seaports Magazine - Spring 2018 - Intro
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Seaports Magazine - Spring 2018 - AAPA Headquarters
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Seaports Magazine - Spring 2018 - From the President’s Desk
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Seaports Magazine - Spring 2018 - Business Boom: Ports Report Record-Setting 2017
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Seaports Magazine - Spring 2018 - One-Sided Investments – U.S. Ports Call for Federal Support of Long-Term Infrastructure Development
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Seaports Magazine - Spring 2018 - Ship Shape: Ports Navigate Their Niches to Find Their Areas of Expertise
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Seaports Magazine - Spring 2018 - Finding the Right Mix – A Latin American Port’s Perspective
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Seaports Magazine - Spring 2018 - Dredging Demands
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Seaports Magazine - Spring 2018 - Water Resources System Integral to Competitiveness of US Economy and Security
Seaports Magazine - Spring 2018 - Port-Based Welfare Provision: It’s About Collaboration
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Seaports Magazine - Spring 2018 - Index of Advertisers
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