The Harbor Commissions from the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach will both consider a resolution to approve a proposed Clean Truck Rate at upcoming board meetings. The Clean Truck Rate is expected to accelerate the introduction of cleaner drayage trucks into the port complex. The Los Angeles Board
Public advisory meeting on Jan. 15 to focus on Clean Truck Rate, Economic Study The next stakeholder advisory group meeting hosted by the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach is scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 15 in San Pedro. The Ports will present the progress of the San Pedro Bay
New report examines potential impacts on goods movement industry The public is invited to comment on a draft economic study conducted to assist in establishing a Clean Truck Rate that will help the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles meet a goal of a zero-emissions truck fleet by 2035.
Study evaluates state of technology, responds to community feedback 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 Clean Air Action Plan (CAAP). Download the final drayage trucks
First public advisory meeting of 2019 to be held in Long Beach The first advisory meeting of 2019 to offer information on progress of the San Pedro Bay Ports Clean Air Action Plan 2017 Update (CAAP 2017 Update) is scheduled for Wednesday, March 13, in Long Beach. Up to four
Study weighs feasibility of air pollution reduction goals The public is invited to comment on a draft assessment of clean truck technology needed to help the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach reach the ambitious goals of the Clean Air Action Plan (CAAP). The draft assessment was released today.
New trucks entering service must be 2014 model year or newer New trucks entering service at the Port of Long Beach and the Port of Los Angeles as of Oct. 1, 2018, must be model year 2014 or newer, as the San Pedro Bay ports move forward with efforts
San Pedro Bay begins push for zero-emissions Harbor Commissioners for the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles have approved measures to ensure new trucks just entering drayage service meet the cleanest engine standards, a step designed to accelerate the reduction of harmful air emissions from trucks. The move will