The southern freight corridor is a big business for Harborside Auto Parts.

It has become a key component of Harborsides operations in the Bay Area.

It connects to the main east coast highway and is a vital link for the company’s east coast logistics business.

But the southern corridor is also a crucial hub for the shipping industry, with major ports on the west coast and the Bay area in the center of the country.

And it’s a huge economic driver for Harbourside, which now employs around 300 people, according to its latest earnings call.

But just as the freight railroads that once connected the Bay and the West Coast became the backbone of America’s economy, Harborsiders need to keep that same backbone.

And the new $200 million Harborsiding Expressway will allow that to happen without a big, shiny new freight truck.

The Harborsider Expressway is an electrified highway that connects the west side of San Francisco with the north side of Oakland and the south side of Fresno.

It will replace the old San Francisco Highway 99, which is nearing completion and is expected to open this year.

It’s estimated to cost about $6 billion.

That will be a big jump.

The existing San Francisco highway 99 has only 1,800 miles of new lanes and about 700 miles of existing expressways.

The Harborsideway will have more than 1,000 miles of expressways, including the entire east side of the city and parts of the Bay.

It could even become the biggest new expressway in the U.S.

The expressway is part of a larger transportation overhaul the San Francisco Board of Supervisors approved last month.

The idea is to create a massive highway network that connects everything from San Francisco to Los Angeles to San Jose to San Diego and beyond.

And as the world gets increasingly congested, more people are likely to be moving across the country, and the expressways are needed to help them do that.

The project is part-funded by the state of California and is backed by a combination of private companies, the California Department of Transportation, and federal grants.

So the idea is that the highway can be extended and expanded to include all of the state’s urban centers, including cities like San Francisco, Oakland, and Fresno.

The idea was first proposed in 2007 and was a huge financial success for Harbor Freight, which went public in January of 2015.

The company had a net worth of about $3.4 billion at the time.

The shares were trading at about $4.60 at the start of this year, when the company reported that its net worth was $4 billion.

In January of this tolling year, the company filed for bankruptcy, and it lost $1.7 billion.

But in the latest earnings report, Harburside’s chief executive, John Harker, said the company has recovered from the crash and is “now on track to meet our current debt obligations.”

The company had hoped to sell the expressway for about $1 billion.

It said it would use $250 million of that to pay down debt, but it has not said how much it will actually sell.

And even if it does sell the highway, the government will be responsible for paying the entire cost of it.

It’s a big deal.

Harborsided’s stock has been trading at $13.25 a share, which means the company will get about $2.5 billion in tax breaks from the state if the highway is built.

The state’s transportation agency has been pushing for the express.

And Harborsidemotive has been getting tax breaks on the highway for years.

So it’s an incredible deal for Harbesider.

Harbor Freights CEO John Hakeer said in an interview with Recode last month that he expects the highway will have a significant impact on the company, especially in the short term.

Hakeer also noted that the state will be paying the company a lot of money to pay off the debt.

“We’re expecting about $300 million a year,” he said.

“And that’s with interest.”

In a statement, the state said it expects to make a similar commitment to Harbawside in the future.

“The state is committed to the continued success of Harbowside as a transportation hub and we look forward to making this financial commitment,” the statement said.

That’s good news for the Harborsites, but not so good news to Harborsieres owners, who are worried about their businesses.

“It’s like a freight train coming to town,” said John Harbors, who owns the Harbanside AutoParts factory near downtown Fresno.

“It’s very important that we have the express to support our business and to keep it going.”