New Commercial Shipping Line Directly Connects Port Of Oakland To AsiaA new commercial shipping service linking the Port of Oakland to Asian markets kicked off Friday when the container vessel Africa Four motored into the Bay.
A's Win Lawsuit To Fast-Track Howard Terminal Ballpark; Port Tenants File AppealFollowing a court ruling Wednesday, Port of Oakland tenants filed an appeal the same day to keep the Oakland A's at the Coliseum site.
Oakland Recycler Schnitzer Steel To Pay $4.1 Million To Settle Environmental Violation ClaimsAn Oakland scrap metal recycler will pay $4.1 million to settle a lawsuit by Alameda County and the State of California alleging the company has allowed hazardous waste to pollute surrounding areas of West Oakland and the Oakland Estuary.
Tallest Container Cranes Pass Under Golden Gate Bridge En Route To OaklandEarly birds got an eyeful Wednesday morning when a ship carrying three massive container cranes bound for the Port of Oakland passed beneath the Golden Gate Bridge.
Port Of Oakland Set To Receive Largest Cranes Ever; Towering Up To 400 FeetThe Port of Oakland is set to receive cranes that can tower more than 400 feet tall, the largest cranes ever to be installed at the Bay Area's largest port.
Businesses In Oakland's Jack London Square Struggle Through COVID DownturnThe COVID-19 pandemic has turned Oakland's once bustling Jack London Square into a ghost town, but Port of Oakland officials say the area will make a comeback.
Southwest Airlines To Begin Non-Stop Service From Oakland To Palm SpringsSouthwest Airlines will begin twice-daily flights from Oakland International Airport to Palm Springs, the Port of Oakland announced Thursday.
A's Sue State Agency, Blast Oversight Of Steel Company Near Howard Terminal Ballpark SiteThe Oakland A's quest for a new ballpark along the waterfront is now heading to court.
Juneteenth: Protesting Dockworkers Shut Down Port Of Oakland; March For Racial Justice Work at the West Coast's second largest commercial port ground to a halt Friday, as thousands of dockworkers walked off their jobs and joined truck drivers, local dignitaries, labor and community leaders in a march to Oakland's City Hall protesting police brutality and systemic racism.
Port Of Oakland Longshoremen To Observe Juneteenth With Work Stoppage, March To City HallThere's a big push to make Juneteenth, observed every June 19th to celebrate the end of slavery, a national holiday following recent incidents of civil unrest.
Port Of Oakland Sees Drop In Cargo Volume Due To COVID-19Lower foreign and domestic consumer demand stemming from the novel coronavirus health emergency resulted in a 12.7 percent drop in freight traffic through the Port of Oakland in May compared to the same time a year ago.
Coronavirus Update: Massive Port Of Oakland Projecting Drop In Business Because Of COVID-19 OutbreakWhile loaded cargo traffic saw a slight increase in April, officials warned Tuesday of a drop-off coming in May and beyond as shipments have been cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak.
3 Norwegian Cruise Ships With No Passengers To Dock At Port Of OaklandThree Norwegian Cruise Line vessels without any passengers will idle at the Port of Oakland starting this weekend while the U.S. embargoes cruise operations.
Massive Freighter Has Tight Fit Under Bay Bridge On Way To Port Of OaklandAfter weeks of preparing on computer simulations, Port of Oakland officials Thursday welcomed the arrival of a massive freighter -- longer than the Salesforce Tower is high -- maneuvered under the Golden Gate Bridge and Bay Bridge before docking at the International Container Terminal.
Longshoreman Killed In Early Morning Accident At Port Of OaklandA worker at the Port of Oakland died early Tuesday when he apparently fell off a large freighter onto the dock and then tumbled into the water, authorities said.