Logistics & Planning

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 a Trucking Customer Service center located at 1425 Maritime Street in Oakland, California. You can call the center at (510) 267-1802 between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. daily. Or you can reach out via email at: [email protected] Trucker Resources TWIC STEP Portal CTMP Shipping Forms & Permits Customer Service Heavy Container Permit Program Seaport Facilities Map Transportation Worker Identification Certification (TWIC) TWIC is Required at the Port of Oakland. TWIC is the Transportation Worker Identification Credential. It is a federal government ID that all port workers and truckers need to obtain. Go to TWIC Page

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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 gateway for the United States economy with its commitment to environmental and social responsibility, specifically as related to maritime-related trucking (drayage). The Port is committed to balancing the needs of its customers with those of its neighboring community to improve commerce and quality of life for those living and working in and around the Seaport. Trucker Resources TWIC STEP Portal CTMP Shipping Forms & Permits Customer Service Heavy Container Permit Program Interactive Map STEP Registry As part of the CTMP, the Port seeks to increase its maritime safety and security domain awareness, outreach capabilities, and

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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 principal ocean gateway for international containerized cargo shipments to and from Northern California, California’s agricultural Central Valley, and western Nevada. The Seaport is also a key gateway for the “Intermountain States” including western Colorado and Utah. In CY 2023, approximately 2.07 million twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) moved through the Seaport. Approximately 92% of this activity was associated with international trade, while the remaining eight percent represented domestic trade within the U.S.

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Security and Monitoring

Screens in the Port Security center

Port Security Operations Center (PSOC)

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 and well-defined processes and procedures Troy Hosmer Port Facilities Security Officer (510) 627-1303 Contact Troy PSOC Staff The PSOC staff provides 24/7 security oversight throughout the Seaport and maintains collaborative relationships with Port tenants, staff, and local, state, and federal agencies. Additionally, the PSOC serves as the Port’s Emergency Operation Center (EOC). The EOC accommodates incident management staff when activated in preparation or in response to a significant safety, security, environmental, or other incident within the Oakland Seaport. Contact In the event of an emergency please dial 911. To contact the PSOC please call (510)

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