About the Oakland Seaport

The Oakland Seaport (Seaport) is comprised of approximately 1,300 acres of maritime-related facilities, including approximately 780 acres of marine terminals. The Seaport is one of the 10 busiest container ports in the United States (U.S.), and one of four major gateways for containerized shipments on the West Coast of the U.S. It serves as the […]

Drone – UAS

From Port Tariff 2-A: (h) Aircraft landing and take off No person shall land or take off in any aircraft (including without limitation helicopters, seaplanes, and ultralight vehicles) nor land or takeoff any model aircraft or civil unmanned aircraft system (UAS), as those terms are defined in Public Law 112-95, Sections 331 (9) and 336, […]

Port Security Operations Center (PSOC)

Screens in the Port Security center

About PSOC The Port Security Operations Center (PSOC) is a state-of-the-art, 24/7 facility within the Port maritime area. It is staffed with a skilled team whose mission is to continuously monitor and improve the safety and security posture within the Port, while deterring, detecting, analyzing, and responding to security incidents with the aid of technology […]

Comprehensive Truck Management Program

What Is CTMP? The Port of Oakland’s Maritime Comprehensive Truck Management Program (CTMP) has been developed to comprehensively address security, air quality, business and operations, and community issues related to trucking operations at the Port of Oakland maritime facilities (Seaport). In developing the CTMP, the Port balanced its economic role as a competitively positioned global […]

Trucker Resources

About These Resources Your one-stop shop for Port of Oakland Truck Resources The Port of Oakland provides resources for our truck partners. Whether it’s signing up for the Port’s official truck registry, renewing your TWIC card, or getting real-time marine terminal turn times, this page is your one-stop shop for trucking resources. We also have […]

Frequently Asked Questions

New or Infrequent Shipper FAQ Imports to the U.S. through the Port of Oakland What is the clearance process for imported goods? Imported goods must go through entry, inspection, appraisement, classification, and liquidation. Shippers are required to declare the value and determine the classification number of the merchandise. What role does a Customs House Broker […]