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February 2024/Currents Newsletter

Fun Fact: Did you know in 2023 the Port earned $10 million in gross revenue as a result of cargo operations?

The 2024 new year started off with a very important event, as we hosted assemblymembers from the Select Committee for Ports and Goods Movement. I’m delighted they chose our Port as their first meeting and tour of the year as we have a lot to show off – from our cargo operations to our future ferry site, it was a great chance to give lawmakers an up close and personal view of our daily operations. With their support, our staff can actively continue its efforts to serve the maritime industry and enhance our economic contributions to the broader Silicon Valley region.   

Additionally, our Port has been weathering all the recent rain events over the course of the past few months. With several sunny days, the waterfront is the place to enjoy crisp bay breezes and soak in the local flora and fauna that emerge to catch a few rays.   


This edition of Currents will feature highlights about the assemblymembers' visit to the Port, offer community organizations the option to apply for the 2024 Port Sponsorship Program and provide insight into the significance of the US-101/84 Interchange project and its benefits. 

I am excited to see what this year has in store for our community at the Port. It is a privilege to continue serving San Mateo County and the broader Silicon Valley region. 


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