San Pedro Bay ports to use CTF revenue exclusively to incentivize zero-emission trucks and infrastructure The Harbor Commissions of the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach have each adopted spending plans for the Clean Truck Fund (CTF) rate program, a key component of the ports’ Clean Air Action Plan
Public may submit feedback through April 29 The ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles have extended the public comment period to Friday, April 29, to provide opportunity for additional public comment on a draft feasibility assessment of emerging cargo-handling equipment technology. The draft assessment, which builds upon the inaugural
Long Beach, Los Angeles to invest in zero-emissions technology The ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles on April 1, 2022 will begin collecting a rate of $10 per twenty-foot equivalent unit on loaded import and export cargo containers hauled by drayage trucks as they enter or leave container terminals.
Public may submit feedback through March 31 The public is invited to comment on a draft 2021 feasibility assessment of emerging cargo-handling equipment technology that will help the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach reduce air pollution and reach the ambitious zero-emissions goals adopted in the 2017 Clean Air