Relieving congestion at Los Angeles

I have watched a video giving the suggestions by a Mr Richardson to help clear the bottleneck. One was to permit the stacking of empty containers 6 high with a sunset clause in yards rather than two high now allowed. The second step I would suggest is the employment of trucks fitted with a side lifter. In New Zealand the truck picks up the first load of the day from the port and discharges the container at its destination in the city. The container sits on the ground and most companies use a small forklift and a set of small loading ramps to discharge or load the container.
The side lifter truck remains in the general area of its first delivery and can unload trucks or chassis at other locations thus releasing the equipment back to the port. This would spread the location of containers throughout the city. The equipment was designed in NZ.