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Port Reduces Truck Pollution by 90% 

The Port of Long Beach's ambitious Clean Trucks Program has reduced air pollution from harbor trucks by more than 90 percent in a little over three years. 

In 2012, the program banned permanently the last remaining older, more polluting trucks from Port terminals. Today, virtually all of the 11,000 drayage trucks servicing the Port terminals are 2007 or newer models.

To view all important documents, including truck registration applications, please visit our Clean Trucks Documents page by clicking
here. For a Fact Sheet, click here. Or use the links in the right column of this page.

Important Clean Trucks Information:

Older Rigs to Be Banned Permanently from Port
News ImageIn a little over three years, the Port of Long Beach’s landmark Clean Trucks Program has helped clean up the busiest drayage truck fleet in the country and cut related air pollution by 90 percent. On January 1, the program will ban permanently the last remaining older, more polluting trucks from Port terminals.
(posted: 12/13/2011)
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Clean Trucks Program to Reach Final Milestone
News ImageIn the New Year, the Port of Long Beach’s landmark Clean Trucks Program will hit its final milestone, permanently barring the oldest, most polluting drayage trucks from Port terminals.
(posted: 11/21/2011)
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Trucks Program Gets Even Cleaner July 1
News ImageAn older group of trucks not originally included in the Port of Long Beach’s landmark Clean Trucks Program will be banned from Port shipping terminals beginning July 1. About 500 “Class 7” trucks - smaller, less powerful rigs - will be barred from working at the Port.
(posted: 6/30/2011)
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Board Approves Expansion of Clean Trucks Program
News ImageThe Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners on Monday approved the inclusion of smaller 'Class 7' trucks to the landmark Clean Trucks Program and penalties for "dray-offs" - the practice of switching cargo from a "clean" to a "dirty" - within the Harbor District.
(posted: 1/11/2011)
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Get Information and Help

Licensed Motor Carriers who wish to do business at the Port, are invited to join the Clean Trucks Program:
Registration Agreement
Drayage Truck Registry

Clean Trucks hotline/info
call 866-721-5686

CTP Terminal Access Center
3593 New Dock Street
Long Beach, CA 90802

Temporary Access Permit (Day Pass)

See how to substitute a truck in the registry (click here)

To submit a question, click here.

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