Bipartisan issues seem to be rare these days, which makes the California Inland Port project a rarity in itself. With 99% of the funding coming from the private sector, this port project has the chance to make waves. With the inclusion of rail, electric and hydrogen-powered trucks, this could be a nice blueprint for the rest of the country to fall behind. Distribution is always the name of the game - and it appears things are getting clearer? You decide. Learn more here.
Costa, Jim , Valadao, David | “A trade port in the San Joaquin Valley means 100K new jobs, cleaner air, better shipping”