Port Everglades Launches New Trucker Webcams
Port Everglades, a seaport in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, located in Broward County has Launched New Trucker Webcams. Truck drivers coming to Port Everglades will now have 24/7 live camera access to monitor traffic flows on McIntosh Road, the main thoroughfare in the port’s Southport containerized cargo area.
Port Everglades Chief Executive and Port Director Jonathan Daniels emphasized that Certain times of day are busier than others, and these new webcams will give truckers the ability to plan accordingly adding that The trucking community and their customers requested the service and they responded.
Two camera views are available looking north from the Crowley Administration Building showing entrances for the Crowley Terminal, Port Everglades Terminal (PET) and Florida International Terminal (FIT), and, looking south from the McIntosh Road security checkpoint.
ABOUT PORT EVERGLADES
A global powerhouse for international trade, Port Everglades handles an average of one-million TEUs annually (20-foot equivalent units, the industry standard measurement for container volumes) and serves as a gateway to Latin America, the Caribbean, Europe and Asia. Located within the Florida cities of Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, and Dania Beach, Port Everglades is in the heart of one of the world’s largest consumer regions, including a constant flow of approximately 112 million visitors statewide and 6 million residents within an 80-mile radius.
Port Everglades has direct access to the interstate highway system and the Florida East Coast Railway’s 43-acre intermodal container transfer facility, and is closer to the Atlantic Shipping Lanes than any other Southeastern U.S. port. Ongoing capital improvements and expansion totaling $3 billion within the next 20 years ensure that Port Everglades continues to handle future growth in container traffic. More information about Broward County’s Port Everglades is available at porteverglades.net or by calling toll-free in the United States 1-800-421-0188 or emailing PortEvergladesCargo@broward.
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