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  • 25 Apr 2021 6:37 PM | Timothy Otzenberger (Administrator)

    TLC of Mobile Update

     

     

    I hope this email finds everyone in good health and Covid free.

    The first board meeting of 2021 was held on 4/22/21, after the break from Covid 19, we are ready to get back together.

    All membership will be reset on 5/1/21, so any current membership will run through 5/01/22. 

    The first event is planned for 5/20/21, this will be a crawfish boil tentatively to be held at a pub in Downtown, more info will be coming as soon as we have a placed lock down. This will be Trucker's night. If you are in the trucking business and would like to sponsor this event, please contact me as soon as possible.

    Second event of the year will be held at Moe's downtown, event is tentatively planned for 7/15/21. This will be Vendor night. If you provide services for the Transportation and Logistics community in the Mobile area, please contact me if you would like to sponsor this event.

    The Battleship Blowout is schedule for 9/2/21. This event will be held in the hanger at the Battleship Memorial park. This event will be sponsored mainly by the steamship lines but any company may participate.

    Christmas party is schedule to be held on 12/2/21 place and time to de determined.

    We will be discussing the annual golf tournament with APM to determine a way forward with our partnership.

    We are actively recruiting board members to assist with all phases of the Transportation and Logistics Club, if you are interested in successfully growing the club and are willing to participate in meeting and planning events please contact any of the board members.


    Sincerely 

    Tim Otzenberger

    President

    Transportation and Logistics Club of Mobile



  • 25 Aug 2018 11:00 AM | Timothy Otzenberger (Administrator)

    Outbound Gate Expansion Project will begin MONDAY, 8/27/2018.

    We are expanding the outbound gate to include 2 additional lanes. We are extremely thrilled to announce that this expansion project will officially be underway on Monday, August 27, 2018.

    Contractors will be working on the ground in and around the gate area throughout the duration of the project. Please be aware of this soon-to-be active construction zone, beginning Monday, 8/27/2018. 


    Please assist us in educating ALL drivers to be exercise extreme caution in the gate area at all times. Again, there will be contractors physically on the ground in very close proximity to the exit lanes. 
     

     

    The construction zone will be set up to the immediate right of the existing 4 outbound lanes. The working area will be sectioned off MONDAY similar to the area indicated above (in red). This image is for clarification purposes only and is not entirely to scale.

    This will eliminate the bypass lane. ALL OTR drivers exiting the terminal in-gauge will exit through one of the outbound gate lanes. To further clarify, bob-tails and bare chassis must exit through one of the four gate lanes, as there will no longer be a bypass lane. 

    At times during this project, the perimeter of this zone can/will be extended further as the project progresses. We will provide additional updates for any and all changes to the construction area and/or traffic flow. 

     

    Please help ensure that all parties are aware of the project and reiterate how imperative it will be for all to remain alert and cautious during this time.

  • 24 Aug 2018 11:00 AM | Timothy Otzenberger (Administrator)

    All-

     

    Again, I want to thank each one of you that could make it to Monday’s SAFF.  I plan on having future meetings, but for now the survey has been reviewed (thank you to all that reviewed it) and it is live.  PLEASE SHARE !! The link to the survey is HERE  The presentations from Monday are athttp://mobilempo.org/freightplanning.html .

     

    If you have any questions, please feel free to give me a call.  The SAFF can be a true collaboration between the freight industry and local governments.  It is an opportunity for us to learn from you, and for you to learn from us. 

     

     

    You can email me contacts that you think need to be surveyed, or please copy and paste the text below, and forward:

     

    Greetings-

    To get a better understanding of the freight and transportation issues that South Alabama faces, the South Alabama Regional Planning Commission, SARPC, (with assistance of the newly established South Alabama Freight Forum, SAFF) has developed an online freight survey in terms of surface transportation.  This survey will only take a minute of your time, and will assist SARPC and the SAFF recognize problems, and develop solutions concerning the movement of freight.  In order to have an effective Freight Element to the Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP), we need your input.

     

    The link to the survey is HERE  PLEASE SHARE.   

     

    If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact:

     

    Kevin Harrison, PTP

    South Alabama Regional Planning Commission

    Director, Transportation

    110 Beauregard St, Suite 207

    Mobile, AL  36602

    (251)706-4635

  • 24 Aug 2018 11:00 AM | Timothy Otzenberger (Administrator)
    The South Alabama Freight Forum (SAFF) was this week and the US 45 Feasibility Study Stakeholders meeting is next week; seeMobile MPO Updates  The deadline for Mobile Urban Area FTA 5310 applications is September 12th; see Funding Opportunities. , and In The News,Check out ALGO Traffic before you travel!

    http://www.mobilempo.org/




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