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Notice for All California Drayage Service Providers- New CARB Rule Starting Jan 1

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Notice for All California Drayage Service Providers- New CARB Rule Starting Jan 1

This is a courtesy notice for the California Drayage community. Please share this with your Drayage Truck partners that do business at ANY seaport or intermodal yard in the State of California.

All Non-Zero Emissions trucks that ARE NOT REGISTERED by the end of the year will not be able to do business at any California Port or Intermodal Rail Yard starting next year.

Please note that this rule is per the California Air Resource Board (CARB) and not issued by the Port of Long Beach.

Additional information can be found at the links below:

DRAYAGE TRUCK REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS

All drayage trucks intending to begin or continue operations at a California seaport or intermodal railyard must be registered with CARB.

To register your truck please follow the link for TRUCRs.

  • Combustion powered trucks (i.e., non-zero-emission) must register in the CARB Online System by Dec. 31, 2023.
  • Only zero-emission drayage trucks can register in the CARB Online System beginning Jan. 1, 2024.

https://polb.com/environment/clean-trucks/#california-air-resources-board-regulations

CARB approved the Advanced Clean Fleets Regulation (ACF), which includes Drayage Truck Requirements for transporting cargo to and from California’s intermodal seaports and railyards.

Source: LACBFFA

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