Outer Harbor Intermodal Terminal
Summary: The Outer Harbor Intermodal Terminal (OHIT) is a new railyard that expands rail cargo capabilities at the Port of Oakland. Part of the development of the Seaport Logistics Complex.
Investment: Worth $100 million.
Details: Includes five manifest yard tracks for receiving rail cars and eight support yard tracks for short-term rail car storage. Total of 39,000 linear feet of track in OHIT.
Benefits: OHIT helps shippers move bulk products such as grain. Trains carrying bulk products can unload rail cars at OHIT and transfer cargo to containers for export by ship.
Status: Currently in operation. Construction was completed in January 2017.