harbor line


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harbor line

[′här·bər ‚līn]
(civil engineering)
The line beyond which wharves and other structures cannot be extended.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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These include the creation of the Alameda Corridor Transportation Authority to finance construction of a $2.4 billion rail freight corridor between the ports and Class 1 railroad yards; cost sharing for rail and road projects; creation of the Pacific Harbor Line, a shortline railroad that operates in the two ports; the Clean Air Action Plan to reduce air pollution; and new hiring hall for longshore workers.
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The job is part of a $365 million project to upgrade the TraPac facility at the port, which is serviced by BNSF, Pacific Harbor Line and Union Pacific.
So far customer response to the presence of the Safe Harbor line is "very favorable," says Parrish.
The Blue Harbor line builds upon Seymour's Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island collection -- the most successful part of the program, Winkler said -- with contemporary looks that include a pearlized comforter and tufted, pleated cocoa pillows.
The Ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles, CA and Pacific Harbor Line (PHL) recently agreed tentatively to the launch of a $23-million program to replace a fleet of 18 harbor locomotives with clean-diesel and alternative fuel locomotives.
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This past February, Bain Willard increased its share of the sailing market with the purchase of Portsmouth, RI-based Ted Hood Co., a Hinckley competitor known best for its Little Harbor line of sailboats.

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