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Main Channel 2004Whether you want to take a cruise, visit a museum, unload some cargo or move a box by rail, the Port of Los Angeles offers a number of facilities designed for passengers, recreation, cargo and rail needs. The World Cruise Center is the largest and busiest facility of its kind on the West Coast serving thousands of passengers a year. The Port plans a 20-acre expansion of the facility, which will include an opportunity to create a new waterfront commercial/retail business just south of the cruise center.

Recreational facilities are also available at the Port. You can stroll around a marina, splash around at the beach or marvel at huge mammals on a whalewatching expedition.

Five intermodal railyards at the Port contribute strongly to reduced truck traffic and the smooth flow of cargo to and from docks. The Port of Los Angeles' excellent cargo facilities feature the most efficient and state-of-the-art technologies. Each terminal is committed to meeting customer requirements, both for additional space and the latest advancements in technology. Whether it's moving containers of shoes, clothing, toys or furniture, or shipping cement, steel or cotton; the Port of Los Angeles handles it all.

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