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The Oakland Army Base Port Development Program City Planning Commission Informational Presentation 9/6/06 Port of Oakland

Port of Oakland Overview : 

4th largest container port in U.S. Handles 99% of all containerized goods to Northern California 2.3 million TEUs worth $33 billion 28,522 jobs in Bay Area related to Port activity $2.0 billion Port related personal income generated in Bay Area $1.3 billion state & local tax revenue Port of Oakland Overview


Port of Oakland Overview


Global Trade & Oakland International trade to double by 2020 Dominant trade region: Asia China generates nearly half of trade Anticipated tripling over next 20 years


Global Trade & Oakland


Port OAB Goals


Background September 1999: Oakland Army Base closed July 2003: Port, Oakland Base Reuse Authority (OBRA), & Oakland Reuse Authority (ORA) executed the Memorandum of Agreement August 2003: 364 acres transferred from Army to OBRA August 2006: title transferred to Port and ORA


Port OAB Conceptual Development Development plans for former OAB lands Outer Harbor Intermodal Terminal (OHIT) on East Maritime portion of OAB 7th Street Grade Separation New Berth 21 on West Maritime portion of OAB All 3 projects included in 2002 OAB EIR


Port OAB Conceptual Development


Port OAB Development Status Parsons/JWD Group developing OHIT conceptual engineering plans Pre-construction environmental mitigations (in certified 2002 EIR) underway Preliminary engineering and design of 7th Street Grade Separation commencing


City / Port Coordination Development planning collaboration Infrastructure improvements Environmental remediation Fair-share costs Mitigation measures Truck parking


Next Steps Site preparation Environmental planning/Green technology opportunities Community dialogue & input Berth 21 project Truck parking options 7th Street Grade Separation plans Small/local contractor & job training program utilization Project construction models/financing strategy


Value to Oakland & the Region Port maintains position as major global gateway Near-dock rail access reduces air emissions Green technology helps sustain our environment Local community gains from jobs & business

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