The Alameda Corridor was built by the Alameda Corridor Transportation Authority (ACTA), a joint-powers authority formed by the Cities and Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. ACTA’s seven-member Governing Board includes two representatives from each Port; a member of each city council, and a representative of the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
CountsIf placed end to end, these trains would stretch from Alameda Corridor to San Bernardino.
(TEUs)The volume of containers would cover all of Disneyland.
TrackOur track would reach from Los Angeles to Las Vegas.
Annual Operations &
Maintenance BudgetThe O&M budget is paid directly by the railroads, supplemented by one month’s worth of revenue in each fiscal year.
RevenueACTA uses over 90% of our revenue to pay construction bond obligations.
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