Is the CAAP consistent with other state, regional, or local emission reduction plans and rules? The Ports are working closely with representatives of the Environmental Protection Agency, California Air Resources Board, and the South Coast Air Quality Management District to ensure that the CAAP will not conflict with state, regional or federal rules. However, specific CAAP measures may go beyond the requirements within those other plans and rules. The Ports also expect that the Clean Air Action Plan will be the basis of control measures incorporated into the State Implementation Plan through the SCAQMD’s AQMP. Due to the close coordination with SCAQMD and CARB, the Clean Air Action Plan will, it is hoped, represent the joint approach for reducing the “fair share” of emissions associated with port-related operations. It is expected that CARB’s Good Movement Plan and SCAQMD’s 2007 AQMP will complement the CAAP.