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Intermodal Logistics Center. Port of Palm Beach . Port Everglades. Port of Miami. Where We Were. Where We Were. 2005 Construction begins on new locks for Panama Canal Oct ‘06 Port begins due diligence on how to take advantage of new Panama Canal

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Intermodal Logistics Center

  • Port of Palm Beach
  • Port Everglades
  • Port of Miami
where we were
Where We Were
  • 2005 Construction begins on new locks for Panama Canal
  • Oct ‘06 Port begins due diligence on how to take advantage of new Panama Canal
  • May ’07 Florida Legislature earmarks $200,000 for FDOT to determine economic feasibility of Inland Port
  • Aug ‘07 FDOT study Phase 1, determines that Inland Port location would benefit all 3 South Florida ports
where we were1
Where We Were
  • Mar ‘08 FDOT study Phase 2, shows need for up to 80 million sq. ft. of warehouse and distribution space by 2015
  • May ‘08 Florida Legislature appropriates $300,000 for FDOT to conduct a rail feasibility study along US 27
  • June ‘08 SFWMD announces plans to purchase 187,000 acres of US Sugar land
where we are
Where We Are
  • April ’09 POPB sends out RFQ for ILC
  • July ’09 POPB sends out RFP for ILC
  • Oct ’09 RFP Proposal Presentations
  • Oct ’09 ILC Site Selection
where fdot is going
Where FDOT Is Going
  • FDOT is conducting a feasibility study of implementing rail along the US-27 corridor
where fdot is going2
Where FDOT Is Going
  • FDOT is conducting a feasibility study of implementing rail along the US-27 corridor
  • The expectation is that this is feasible
  • Upon completion of the FULL study, the finding will be submitted to the Florida Legislature
where we re going
Where We’re Going

Upon awarding the ILC contract,

the Port of Palm Beach

and the selected partner

will work towards the creation of

a Public - Private - Partnership

to develop, manage and operate the

Intermodal Logistics Center

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