which tracks radio-frequency identification (RFID)-tagged
trucks (every truck serving the port is registered in a master database with an RFID tag and the driver’s TWIC, or
Transportation Worker Identification Credential, card).
In addition to real-time tracking, the system supports the
port’s sustainability program, enabling it to measure and
calculate truck emissions within the port.
According to its recently released port master plan 2050,
the port expects volumes to more than double in the next
20 to 30 years, Rooney says. That will require better, smarter, and more efficient use of resources.
“We can’t create land where it doesn’t exist,” says
Rooney. “We have to take the land we have and make it
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