The Port of Los Angeles has released initial documentation (the first step in the environmental review process) for a proposed truck and chassis parking garage on John S. Gibson Boulevard in San Pedro. This location is not on Paula’s property, but near Paula’s property. Port complex.
The proposed project, 1599 John S. Gibson Blvd., would create an 18.63-acre paved, striped, fenced site with short-term parking for trucks and chassis (with or without containers). It is something.
As cargo volumes increase, space for the necessary chassis and containers is an ongoing issue at the port, particularly affecting some neighborhoods in Wilmington.
Vehicles and equipment are not expected to remain on site for more than 24 hours.
The proposed project includes paving portions of the site and removing approximately 393 trucks and undercarriages. This will require amendments to the Port of Los Angeles Master Plan.
The “Initial Investigation/Notice of Preparation” document is available at portoflosangeles.org/ceqa.
This document aims to seek feedback to identify potential environmental impacts and suggest alternatives that can be incorporated into a subsequent Draft Environmental Impact Statement.
The port will hold a virtual public meeting to accept comments via Zoom on Tuesday, Nov. 14 at 4 p.m.
Simultaneous Spanish interpretation services will also be provided.
Comments will be accepted until December 11th.
Written comments regarding the current document may be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail to Director of Environmental Management, Los Angeles Port Authority, 425 S. Palos Verdes St., San Pedro CA 90731.