When it’s completed, the document will be the first master plan in the port’s 165-year history.
A trolley line through the length of the port. A new exclusive terminal for high-end mega yachts. More space for cargo. More space for parking.
All those items and more are up for discussion as the Port of Galveston and a consulting firm work to draft a master plan to guide the future of Galveston’s public docks.
Port leaders Tuesday received an update on the progress of the master plan, and for the first time saw some of the concepts that might become the port’s official vision of the organization’s future, if officials approved a master plan later this summer.
Read the draft of the Master Plan.