California Air Resources Board

Intermodal Muddle

New regs fall short of getting roadworthy chassis for container haulers.

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Oakland port truckers seek emissions rule delay

Drayage trucking companies that serve the Port of Oakland, which use primarily owner-operators, are seeking support to delay a California Air Resources Board mandate that requires trucks to be retrofitted with nitrogen oxide-reduction equipment by 2014. A trade group representing port truck operators estimates that without a postponement in the NOx requirement 4,400 trucks of 1994-2006 model years would have to be replaced with 2007 or newer models by January 2014. Last December, CARB voted against ...

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CARB to hold trucking events

Sessions will help truck owners meet new rules for diesel trucks and learn about available government grants and funding.

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California dump truck owners sue CARB

The association is challenging the legality of the agency’s Truck and Bus Regulation.

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CARB calculates truck emissions reductions

More than 5,300 diesel trucks have been replaced or retrofitted, the state agency said.

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CARB alters truck rules

The agency modified several regulations related to on- and off-road diesel engines to grant some relief to trucking.

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CARB amends reefer unit rule

The agency has amended its Transport Refrigeration Unit Airborne Toxic Control Measure to allow 2003 engines to meet a less stringent standard.

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CARB taking rule change comments

The California Air Resources Board is accepting comment on proposed alterations to three truck emissions rules.

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California agency may amend truck rules

California Air Resources Board is considering delaying particulate matter rules from 2011 to 2012 and truck replacement from 2013 to 2015.

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California agency studies reefer unit rule

California Air Resources Board will enforce the January compliance deadline, but will consider an option for meeting the standard.

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