USSaudiForum - Panel 4 - Kome Ajise - Transportation, Logistics and Supply Chain Systems

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The 3rd US-Saudi Business Opportunities Forum was held Sep 16-18, 2013, bringing together officials, business people, educators and specialists highlighting the U.S.-Saudi trade relationship and how U.S. companies can participate in Saudi Arabia's expansion.

Saudi Arabia is undergoing an extraordinary economic boom. Massive public investment, rapid private-sector growth and new sector initiatives are driving an expansion projected to offer more than $1 trillion in trade and investment opportunities over the next decade.

This panel of distinguished experts highlighted creating efficient transportation, logistics and supply chain systems.

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USSaudiForum - Panel 4 - Kome Ajise - Transportation, Logistics and Supply Chain Systems

  1. 1. Efficiencies and Expanded Possibilities through Partnerships Kome Ajise Deputy Director Planning and Modal Programs Public Private Partnerships California Department of Transportation U.S. – Saudi Business Opportunities Forum September 17, 2013
  2. 2. Plan Leads to Projects 2 Identify Goals and Measures • Safety • Stewardship • Reliability and Operations • Capacity • Impacts and Sustainability
  3. 3. Massive California System 3 • 50,000 state highway lane miles • 13,000 state bridges and state transportation structures • 157,000 non-highway roadway centerline miles • 325 billion miles of vehicle travel in 2011 • 12 deepwater seaports, including #1, #2 & #5 in U.S., handling approximately 40% of U.S. TEU imports/exports. • 12 significant air cargo airports • 30 commercial airports • 216 general aviation airports • 3,900 miles of Class 1 owned railroad track, with 176 million tons of freight in 2007 • 1.38 billion transit passenger trips on 19,000 transit vehicles in FY 09/10
  4. 4. 4 Port of Humboldt Bay Port of San Francisco Port of Benicia Port of Oakland Port of Hueneme Port of Redwood City Port of Richmond Port of San Diego California Seaports Gateways to the World Port of Stockton Port of West Sacramento Port of Los Angeles Port of Long Beach
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  6. 6. Current & Future Tonnage 10 California Rail Tonnage Distribution by Rail Market Type, 2007 and 2040 108.1 58.6 9.0 177.1 165.9 22.9 0 50 100 150 200 Domestic&Other LA-LBPorts SF-OAKPorts Weight(inMillionTons) Tons07 Tons40
  7. 7. 11 Alameda Corridor
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  10. 10. Trade Corridor Improvement Fund Southern California Active Projects Seaports 6 projects $1.374 billion Railroad Mainlines 6 projects $515 million Railroad Grade Separations 28 projects $2.324 billion Highways 16 projects $2.240 billion
  11. 11. Gerald Desmond Bridge
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  18. 18. Reduced Emissions Goals
  19. 19. California Transportation Plans State Rail Plan, 2013 State Freight Plan, 2014 State Transportation Plan, 2015 Each meets federal and state guidelines while addressing local and regional needs Community and stakeholder engagement Advisory committees broadly representing the transportation industry, government, stakeholders, and advocacy groups 26

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