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Long Beach, LA ports to ban trucks built before 2014
Date:2018-07-04 Readers:
THE US ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles will require new trucks that visit marine terminals to be 2014 model year or newer, starting from October 1. The rule only applies to trucks that are not currently registered in the ports drayage truck registry (PDTR).

The goal of the new measure is for these trucks to meet the cleanest engine standards in an effort to speed up the reduction of harmful air emissions from trucks.

Trucks already registered in the PDTR and current on their annual registration dues will be able to continue operating. All trucks in port service are at present required to be 2007 model year or newer. Half of the trucks registered in the PDTR are at least 2010 model year, reported AJOT.

The two neighbouring ports coordinate on truck standards and other air quality measures as part of the San Pedro Bay Ports Clean Air Action Plan (CAAP).
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