Port of Long Beach Deep Draft Navigation Feasibility Study and Channel Deepening Project
NOP - Notice of Preparation
Present Land Use
IP- Port Industrial; port master plan harbor districts 4,6,7,8, 10
The Port of Long Beach Deep Draft Navigation Study will evaluate dredging to deepen several channels, basins, and standby areas within the Port to improve waterborne transportation efficiencies and navigational safety for current and future container and liquid bulk vessel operations. Study areas include the approach channel extending seaward from the Queen's Gate opening of the Long Beach Breakwater; approach channel, berths, and turning basin to Pier J; the Southeast Basin and associated berths; and the Pier T/West Basin and berths. Additionally, structural improvements may need to be performed to several of the berths within the project areas to reinforce the wharf design to accommodate the proposed dredging. A new electrical substation may be constructed landside to provide electricity to the dredge equipment.
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