About the Plan
The Clean Air Action Plan is a landmark air quality plan that establishes the most comprehensive, far-reaching strategy for reducing port-related air pollution and related health risks, while allowing port development, job creation and economic activity associated with that development to continue. The plan, a collaboration of the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles, ushered in a slew of anti-air pollution strategies including the ports’ Clean Trucks Programs, vessel pollution reduction programs, and advanced new technology, such as the world’s first hybrid tugboat. The plan was originally adopted in 2006, with updates in 2010 and 2017.
2017 CAAP Update
2010 CAAP Update
2006 CAAP Update
The Roadmap for Moving Forward with Zero Emissions Technologies at the Ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles — Technical Report is a system for evaluating various methods of transport that produce no air pollution at the tailpipe.