Our ground-breaking Clean Trucks Program reduced air pollution from harbor trucks by more than 90 percent in a little over three years – ahead of schedule. Beginning in 2008, the ports banned pre-1989 trucks followed by a progressive ban on all trucks that did not meet 2007 emission standards by 2012.
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More information about the Port of Long Beach's Clean Trucks Program
More information about the Port of Los Angeles' Clean Truck Program
Fact sheet on changes to the Clean Trucks Programs at both Ports, effective Oct. 1, 2018.
2017 CAAP Update
The ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles have released a final report on the feasibility of deploying clean truck technology to begin meeting the ambitious zero-emissions goals set by the CAAP. The 2018 report was amended with a TRL status update May 2020 as an Addendum.
Drayage Truck Pilot Program
The Ports have developed an implementation strategy for a zero-emission 50-100 drayage truck pilot program to assess the challenges and opportunities associated with a full transition to zero emission drayage fleets operating at ports.
Clean Truck Fund Rate Documents
The Ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles are studying a rate structure (scheduled for 2020) that will incentivize modernizing the San Pedro Bay truck fleet to further reduce air pollution emissions.