Dispatching train movements for the Alameda Corridor is a daunting effort. Nearly 30 fully-loaded two-mile long trains carrying as many as 550 containers traveling at 40 miles per hour pass through the Corridor daily. Professionals from the BNSF and Union Pacific Railroads share the responsibility of ensuring all of these trains operate safely and are on schedule.  The effort of train dispatching is done from a centralized railroad complex that has a panoramic view of all train activity in Southern California and the regions beyond.  As trains approach the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, dispatching responsibilities are relinquished to Pacific Harbor Line, a short-line railroad that has the responsibility of moving individual trains and containers from the Alameda Corridor to specific Port Terminals.