California to establish four inland depots

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The California Inland Port (CIP) project, a $30 billion, 400-mile trade corridor that will stretch from the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach to Sacramento continues planning for four major inland hub ports and seven smaller satellite ports that would relieve congestion at the seaports while increasing cargo velocity to and from California’s container ports.  The CIP project is expected to unfold quickly over the next 12 to 18 months, with facilities likely to be completed in three to five year. The project is supported by a coalition of ports, importers, exporters, and transportation interests.

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