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Quiche Versus Cargo: The Changing Development Role of U.S. Ports

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Port authorities in the United States have traditionally focused their resources on the development of marine terminals and related infrastructures for water-borne commerce. In recent years, forces within the port industry and the communities they serve have directed many port authorities to allocate land and capital resources toward the development of a broad range of land uses unrelated to waterborne commerce. The resulting increase in competition between maritime and non-maritime uses for limited waterfront land resources is a source of ongoing debate with the port industry.
Carolina Planning (NoCar HT 393 N8 C29x), Vol. 18 Issue 1, 1992, p7-11, f