Port of Los Angeles
At one ceremony, a Democratic senator aims a not-so-veiled jab at Donald Trump.
What we lack is not solutions but the political will to enact them. And even here there is hope we may have started scaling up the solutions as fast as the problems.
No worker wants to go on strike, but several major trucking companies at these L.A. and Long Beach ports have made working conditions so miserable that many drivers believe they have no choice. So the drivers will be out of their trucks and onto the picket lines this week.
By investing in our infrastructure, cutting red tape, and building a business-friendly city, we are working to ensure the jobs of the future are created here in L.A. Together, we're leaving behind a Los Angeles built to prosper for generations to come.
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa takes pride in the fact that his city's recycling rate is the highest in any of America's million plus population cities. But listening to the workers, it is clear that inside the recycling facility, workers are treated more like the garbage they sort than fellow citizens.
At the Port, this past month saw continued recovery with imports up 10% compared to March 2010 and exports up nearly 20% compared
The Port of Los Angeles' innovative Clean Truck Program is legally in the clear -- and so it's time for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey to follow those tire tracks.