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ATA to Appeal Latest 'Clean Trucks' Ruling in L.A.

LOS ANGELES - A federal judge ruled Aug. 26 that the Port of Los Angeles can fully implement its Clean Trucks Program, including a controversial provision that restricts the types of truckers that can enter port terminals, the Daily Breeze newspaper reported.

Grants to Help Pay for Greener Trucks Serving Calif. Ports

LONG BEACH, CA - The South Coast Air Quality Management District on June 4 awarded more than $34 million in state and federal grants to replace 598 trucks operating at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, as well as trucks delivering goods across the region, the Daily Breeze newspaper reported.

L.A. Port Proposes Tariff Discount for EVs

SAN PEDRO, CA - The Port of Los Angeles said it is pursuing plans to offer a reduced tariff for zero-emission vehicles imported into the United States through the port.

Trial on L.A.'s Clean Truck Program Wraps Up

LOS ANGELES - A U.S. district judge toured the Port of Los Angeles on Thursday, April 29, on the final day of the federal trial about the city's controversial Clean Trucks Program, the Daily Breeze newspaper reported.

L.A. Port Clean Truck Program Delays Some Requirements

LOS ANGELES --- Starting Jan. 1, the Port of Los Angeles' Clean Truck Program will ban all 1989-1993 trucks from hauling goods in and out of the harbor. However, truckers who can prove they have a new clean-burning truck on order may qualify for a four-month reprieve.

Truckers Protest Clean Truck Program in L.A.

LOS ANGELES --- Hundreds of truck drivers converged on Los Angeles City Hall on Friday, Nov. 13, to protest new restrictions set forth in the year-old Clean Truck Program aimed at reducing diesel truck emissions at the Port of Los Angeles and Port of Long Beach.