Tenth Avenue Marine Terminal Redevelopment Plan & Demolition and Initial Rail Component
EIR - Draft EIR
Present Land Use
Port Master Plan designates the 96-acre area as either Marine Terminal or Marine Related.
The project is a long-range Redevelopment Plan and near-term project improvements to accommodate anticipated economic activity at the Tenth Avenue Marine Terminal. The development concepts and infrastructure improvements identified in the Redevelopment Plan would result in a maximum practical capacity (MPC) at TAMT in 2035 between 5 million and 6 million metric tons annually. The near-term Demolition and Initial Rail Component, would demolish two under-utilized transit sheds and install an automated rail lubricator and compressed air system on existing tracks. The Demolition and Initial Rail Component is a project level improvement that is anticipated to begin in 2017 and take 33 months to complete. The long-range development concepts of the TAMT plan would occur over many years as market conditions allow.
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