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693JF72444058

Project Grant

Overview

Grant Description
Award Purpose
The project will fund two reach stackers. The reach stackers will be used as the primary equipment for cargo movements associated with the Port of Beaumont Container on Barge Service operating between the ports of Beaumont and Houston.

Activities to be performed
The project funds the procurement of two Buy America-compliant reach stackers that will be used as the primary equipment for cargo movements associated with the Port of Beaumont Container on Barge Service COBS from the Port of Beaumont to Port Houston. Reach stacker 1 will be used to load containers to barge from the Port of Beaumont's barge dock. This piece of equipment requires a negative reach to extend from land into the barge which will be below grade. The equipment is not fully automated.

Reach stacker 2 will be used in the container marshalling yard for the loading and unloading of containers to truck and or rail. This equipment will operate at-grade and will not require a negative reach. The equipment is not fully automated.

Deliverables expected outcomes from Schedule G of the grant agreement page 10
Quantity of freight being moved TEUs metric tons or cubic board meter CBM - provide the unit of measure of freight moved by the service. Quarterly. Cargo lifts - provide the number of cargo lifts performed in the project study area. Quarterly. Highway vehicle miles traveled VMT - commercial vehicle miles traveled VMT is calculated by obtaining the road miles traveled on the designated marine highway route. Quarterly. Fuel savings greenhouse gas emissions - calculate the amount of fuel in gallons saved. Quarterly. CO2 emissions reduced greenhouse gas emissions. Provide the amount of CO2 the service will reduce. Quarterly. Maintenance savings per mile greenhouse gas emissions. Provide the congestion savings by the service. Quarterly. Congestion mitigation savings per mile. Provide the maintenance savings. Quarterly.

Intended beneficiary
Port of Beaumont Navigation District of Jefferson Co. Subrecipient activities none.
Funding Goals
THE PROGRAM SUPPORTS PROJECTS THAT PROVIDE A COORDINATED AND CAPABLE ALTERNATIVE TO LANDSIDE TRANSPORTATION OR THAT PROMOTE MARINE HIGHWAY TRANSPORTATION AIMING TO RELIEVE LANDSIDE CONGESTION REDUCE AIR EMISSIONS AND GENERATE OTHER PUBLIC BENEFITS BY INCREASING THE EFFICIENCY OF THE SURFACE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM.
Awarding / Funding Agency
Place of Performance
New Bedford, Massachusetts 02740-7217 United States
Geographic Scope
Single Zip Code
Related Opportunity
693JF23R000006
New Bedford Harbor Development Commission was awarded Enhancing Cargo Movements Port of Beaumont with Reach Stackers Project Grant 693JF72444058 worth $24,404,000 from Maritime Administration in June 2024 with work to be completed primarily in New Bedford Massachusetts United States. The grant has a duration of 6 years 3 months and was awarded through assistance program 20.816 America’s Marine Highway Grants. $19,600,000 (45.0%) of this Project Grant was funded by non-federal sources.

Status
(Ongoing)

Last Modified 7/8/24

Period of Performance
6/18/24
Start Date
9/30/30
End Date
1.0% Complete

Funding Split
$24.4M
Federal Obligation
$19.6M
Non-Federal Obligation
$44.0M
Total Obligated
55.0% Federal Funding
45.0% Non-Federal Funding

Activity Timeline

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Additional Detail

Award ID FAIN
693JF72444058
SAI Number
None
Award ID URI
SAI NOT APPLICABLE
Awardee Classifications
State Government
Awarding Office
69A334 MARITIME ADMINISTRATION
Funding Office
69A334 MARITIME ADMINISTRATION
Awardee UEI
KLSHVFJAWLM8
Awardee CAGE
65ZJ8
Performance District
MA-09
Senators
Edward Markey
Elizabeth Warren
Modified: 7/8/24