Agenda for December 13, 2018 Port of Oakland Board Meeting

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Oakland Airport Makes Way for Thanksgiving Travelers

PRESS RELEASE NEWS FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Oakland Airport Makes Way for Thanksgiving Travelers 453,000 during year’s busiest travel period; 51,000 travelers expected Nov. 25th Oakland, CA – (Nov. 21, 2018): Officials at Oakland International Airport said that 48,000 travelers are expected to pass through its terminals today, anticipating the busiest Thanksgiving travel day to be […]

Agenda for November 29, 2018 Port of Oakland Board Meeting

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Port in the Community November 2018 e-Newsletter

    Port in the Community     Port Day at Children’s Fairyland   In this video, experience the storybook magic of the first Port of Oakland Day at Children’s Fairyland. Local preschool and elementary school students from Oakland Unified School District had a full day of discovery from maneuvering the Port mini-crane to constructing […]

Agenda for November 8, 2018 Port of Oakland Board Meeting

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Port of Oakland Board Meeting Agenda for October 25, 2018

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Port of Oakland Supplemental Board Agenda for October 11, 2018

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Pacific Maritime Magazine Online for September 7, 2018

BPC Comments on Port of Oakland’s Draft Seaport Air Quality 2020 and Beyond Plan

Earlier this summer, the Port of Oakland unveiled their Draft Seaport Air Quality 2020 and Beyond Plan (the Plan) – a continuation of their Maritime Air Quality Improvement Plan. BPC has submitted a comment letter in support of the Plan, but called for additional flexibility to allow the Port to more easily navigate unintended economic […]

Emissions decreasing at the Port of Oakland

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