By  on January 15, 2008

The Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, the largest U.S. port system, are considering a new fee to help improve harbor infrastructure.

The Long Beach and Los Angeles boards of harbor commissioners met on Monday to discuss assessing a fee of $15 per 20-foot equivalent unit, or TEU, to raise $1.4 billion to pay for improvements to bridges, roads and rail networks. A TEU is the standard maritime industry measurement for counting cargo.

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