AIVP Recommendation

Worldwide, many ports are faced with a lack of available space as a result of different material reasons or environmental regulations. One solution that has sometimes been implemented is the optimisation of existing port usage by reassigning physical spaces to new port functions. The redevelopment of the port on itself can go even further, by combining optimisation of uses, greater efficiency, and less environmental impact.

Oakland (United States)

Until a few years ago, the Port of Oakland had 12 modestly-sized container terminals, originally designed to handle 1980s/90s volumes of traffic. This decade, a decision was taken to group them together into four better equipped container terminals…

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Long Beach (United States)

Work on the Middle Harbor Redevelopment Project started in the Spring of 2011, and should be completed in 2019. The project aims to merge two old container terminals into one.

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