Miami launches three-point plan to recapture box traffic
Florida’s Port Miami has embarked on a three-pronged infrastructure strategy to recapture container traffic when the Panama Canal accepts 12,500 teu vessels from 2014.
Miami will benefit from a deep dredge costing $150m to accommodate the redefined panamax vessels, a $25m on-dock rail yard and a $900m, 1km, four-lane tunnel linking the port with the highway.
Port of Miami assistant director for business initiatives Kevin...
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