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Whether you travel through downtown or along the eastern part of the seawall, you’re likely rolling over some trolley tracks. For about 20 years, trolley cars ran their 6.8 mile-route through town.

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Did you know that, of the Port of Galveston’s total 840 acres, 357 acres are on Pelican Island? While the port’s Galveston Island acreage is almost fully developed, more than 300 acres with waterfront access are available for greenfield development on Pelican Island.

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As the summer season winds down with a long weekend, residents and visitors to Galveston can set their sights on the upcoming slate of fun, fall festivals. The best weather of the year is on the horizon, and these outdoor festivals are making a return after a year’s hiatus.

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On this Labor Day, let’s take a moment to recognize the thousands of men and women who work on the Galveston waterfront to keep our economy moving. We would not be the fourth most popular cruise port in North America or a major Texas cargo port without our dedicated maritime workforce.