Bloomberg Law
Feb. 8, 2023, 2:24 AM

Oakland A’s Stadium Fight Down to Truck Parking, Wind Mitigation

Joyce E. Cutler
Joyce E. Cutler
Staff Correspondent

California appeals judges Tuesday questioned what would happen to hundreds of freight trucks that would lose prime parking should a proposed $12 billion stadium for the Oakland Athletics move forward.

Justices during extended oral arguments asked the parties to focus on how the proposed 35,000-seat baseball stadium development on the Oakland waterfront at the Howard shipping terminal would affect freight-hauling trucks going to and from the Port of Oakland.

Howard Terminal has 1,224 truck parking spots of which 1,099 are longer term. Project opponents argue forcing trucks from already available spots will push the rigs into neighborhoods and say the ...

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