Fluidity-boosting LA portal grapples with public-private issue

Fluidity-boosting LA portal grapples with public-private issue

The issue of public money for a private function was raised, but the port noted that Southern California ports have various subsidy programs in place for environmental reasons, such as to encourage carriers to plug into shoreside electrical power to reduce emissions at berth.

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