Intermodal Container Transfer Facility


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Intermodal Container Transfer Facility

The place where cargo is transferred between two types of transportation. For example, cargo may be unloaded from a ship and onto a truck at an intermodal container transfer facility.
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The Port of Los Angeles currently has one near dock intermodal container transfer facility in Wilmington operated by Union Pacific Railroad.
Tentative plans call for a manned support security operations center at the Union Pacific Intermodal Container Transfer Facility (ICTF) to monitor the corridor on closed-circuit TV, additional cameras and motion detectors in the 10-mile, mid-corridor trench, as well as new fencing and other barriers.
5 million to build, inspect and test a rail access bridge to link five Class Is and the authority's Terminal Railway to a planned Garrows Bend Intermodal Container Transfer Facility (ICTF), which is part of the Choctaw Point intermodal program.
Bounded by Victoria Street, University Drive, Central Avenue and Wilmington Avenue, the center is just south of the 91 freeway and two miles north of the 405 freeway, and just minutes from the LAX and Long Beach airports, the Alameda Corridor, the Los Angeles and Long Beach ports, and the largest Intermodal Container Transfer Facility in the United States.
The Intermodal Container Transfer Facility (ICTF) is a modern rail storage and loading yard for the transfer of cargo via rail.
Ideally located just minutes from six major freeways, LAX and Long Beach airports, the Alameda Corridor, the Los Angeles and Long Beach ports, and the largest Intermodal Container Transfer Facility in the United States, Watson's centers include Dominguez Technology Center, Watson Corporate Center and Watson Industrial Center South.
Standard & Poor's today assigned its triple-'B' rating to the Intermodal Container Transfer Facility Joint Power Authority's (ICTF-JPA) $44.
Other accomplishments include the Intermodal Container Transfer Facility, the nation's largest rail facility of its kind; the World Cruise Center, which can accommodate five cruise ships simultaneously; and the first exclusive-use terminal in the United States for Japan's largest shipping line; as well as a $600 million Pier 300/400 Implementation Program, the largest capital development ever undertaken by a U.