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12 December 2018

Toronto: work starts on River Valley

The excavation on a kilometre-long River Valley is an important first stage for the Port Lands project and its huge flood-protection programme. It will allow more than 290 hectares to be built on, creating green spaces and welcoming thousands of inhabitants and new jobs.

Full article : Waterfront Toronto ; Urban Toronto (+ vidéos) ; Port Lands project

12 December 2018

Hong Kong: M+, a visual arts museum by Herzog and de Meuron, should be inaugurated in 2020 as the centrepiece of the West Kowloon cultural district

Full article : Design Boom (+ images, VIDEO)

12 December 2018

Port of AuckLand: after the stadium project, the next proposal is to hold a Grand Prix car rally

Full article : Stuff

12 December 2018

Miami: Virgin Voyages unveils its project for a new cruise terminal planned to open in 2021

Full article : Marine link

10 December 2018

Hobart (Tasmania): what future for the waterfront?

This review of the history of the Hobart waterfront redevelopment recalls how the transformation of the old port gave rise to multiple projects and debates. The same is true of a project proposed this year by Cumulus Studio, including an outdoor swimming-pool, a market and a maritime museum. The most recent project, by landscape architect Michael Haynes, aims to return priority to pedestrians and public spaces.

Full article : ABC ; ArchitectureAU – Cumulus project

10 December 2018

Rotterdam: a spiraling belvedere above a historic warehouse designed by MAD architects

Full article : Design boom

10 December 2018

Kolkata (India): the port is to commission a consultant for the redevelopment of more than 120 hectares, with a logistics hub and tourism complex

Full article : Realty Economic Times

10 December 2018

Santander receives an award from the Caminos Foundation for the urban regeneration of the waterfront and its bay

Full article : El Mundo

5 December 2018

Corunna: thousands visit an exhibition on 10 European cities which have converted parts of their port zones

These 10 models give an idea of what could be done at Corunna. All these port cities chose to organise international competitions to give their projects coherence through an overall plan. The solutions adopted vary, depending either on the diversity of the new uses introduced, the type of management adopted, the choice to build emblematic buildings (frequently the case), the uses given to water and the old docks, or the priority given to pedestrian promenades. Visitors were invited to vote for their favourite: Amsterdam was the winner.

Full article : La Voz de Galicia (+ images) + the 10 examples

5 December 2018

Strasbourg: redevelopment of the rue du port du Rhin for a better bridge between the city and the port

Full article : Strasbourg Port

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Citizen Port

12 December 2018

Guadeloupe: the port’s biodiversity policy launched in 2016, “manage, avoid, anticipate”, is producing results.

Full article: L’Antenne

12 December 2018

Noise pollution from the port of Las Palmas: a new “noise map” will allow the creation of an action plan.

Full article: El Diario

10 December 2018

Valencia: go-ahead for the special plan for the port logistics zone aimed at creating a green belt and a landscaping policy

Full article: Presse Europa / Diario del Puerto

10 December 2018

CSR policy: the port of Huelva provides 61,000 euros of funding to 29 non-profit organisations in the cultural, sports, educational and social sectors.

Full article: Diario Huelva

10 December 2018

Ukraine: a national plan aims to develop cold ironing in ports to improve quality of life for local residents.

Full article: World Maritime News

5 December 2018

Buenos Aires: mural frescos to give new life to the Sand Terminal

Argentina’s flora and fauna have inspired the artists in this programme to recover buildings and sand silos which have been abandoned for years. The programme is part of the current project for F Dock, which will be converted into a riverside promenade. However, the manager responsible for the Port’s project stresses that the idea is for the Sand Terminal’s equipment to be brought back into use as well, as it can play an essential role in construction work around the city.
Full article : La Nacion (+ images)

5 December 2018

Kiel: a pollution measurement campaign suggests that cruise ships are not the main cause

Full article: Greenport

5 December 2018

The inland port of Goole will become self-sufficient in electricity, thanks to photovoltaic power. Other ABP ports are following the experiment closely.

Full article: Hull Live

5 December 2018

Seattle: the five-year port plan (US$348 M) pays special attention to energy and environmental issues and to relationships with the community

Full article: Port Strategy

3 December 2018

La “New York Harbour School” has declared his intention to reintroduce oysters in the port to improve water quality

Full article: Market Screener

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Enterprise-driver Port

24 October 2018

Kenya: to smooth traffic flows towards its hinterland, Mombasa is trialling double-stacked container trains for the first time in Africa

Full article: Daily Active Kenya

24 October 2018

The International Chamber of Shipping claims self-sailing ships will not lead to short term job losses, but will instead see jobs move onshore.

Full article: Jornal da Economia do Mar

22 October 2018

3D printing, an increasingly important issue for port strategies

For the port of Barcelona, 37% of maritime trade could disappear once this technology reaches full maturity. Ports need to prepare, in order to support their local businesses and meet new requirements for raw materials or exports of locally designed products. The port of Singapore is already looking to use the technology to maintain ships.

Full article: Diario del Puerto / Port Technology

 

22 October 2018

Le Havre: Siemens Gamesa and the Port of Le Havre formally resume plans to develop two wind turbine manufacturing plants.

Full article: L’Energeek

22 October 2018

Chile takes a step towards amending legislation on ports to give cities and citizens a bigger say in their governance.

Full article: Portal Portuario

22 October 2018

Urban logistics: the Fludis barge, a floating river warehouse with electric mobility, starts to take shape.

Full article: NPI

22 October 2018

Esbjerg (Dk): the mayor says City Port cooperation was key to making this port city an energy metropolis

Full article: Offshore Wind

17 October 2018

Lyon: Port Edouard Herriot celebrates its 80th anniversary and positions itself as a key local player in its own right.

Operated by CNR and located in the Gerland district at the heart of the Lyon conurbation, the port naturally generates value for the Rhône corridor and promotes modal shift. As such, it contributes fully to the ambitions of the Port of Marseille, but it also has a role to play in the energy transition and as a partner for certain urban public services. Like many river ports facing pressure due to a lack of available land, there remains a vital need for Port Edouard Herriot to continually strengthen its links with the city and its residents.

Full article: NPI

17 October 2018

To promote City Port mobility, the port of Le Havre signs a deal with Waze to let users track the movements of mobile installations.

Full article: Haropa Port du Havre

17 October 2018

Shenzhen declaration on the digital transformation of ports: Barcelona and a dozen other ports call for interconnected data.

Full article: El Vigia