Shipboard cranes handle sacks of bulk material as a ship calls at the 10th Avenue Marine Terminal. Photo courtesy of Port of San Diego

Shipboard cranes handle sacks of bulk material as a ship calls at the 10th Avenue Marine Terminal. Photo courtesy of Port of San Diego

The Port of San Diego

• Manages 33 miles of San Diego Bay coastline

• Fourth-largest Port in California, behind Los Angeles, Long Beach and Oakland

• One of 17 ‘strategic ports’ in the U.S.

• Economic impact: $7.6 billion

• Created in 1962

• Responsible for development, operation, maintenance, control, regulation, and management of the tidelands and navigable waters of the Bay.

— The Port of San Diego sees its 10th Avenue Marine Terminal as an economic engine that could pick up a lot of steam between now and 2035...

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