Clean Truck Program

South Carolina port truckers must register for clean truck program before year’s end

After Dec. 31, the South Carolina Port Authority only will admit trucks registered in its Clean Truck Certification Program.

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Seattle port starts clean trucks program

More than 5,929 trucks and more than 1,100 trucking companies/truck owners are registered, according to the port.

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CSA rankings, a weight pilot program, use of heavier trucks and a new hours rule proposal are among the industry news items featured.

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LA port program adds Class 7 trucks

Los Angeles Harbor Commission approved two measures to strengthen enforcement of the Port of Los Angeles Clean Truck Program.

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A federal panel recommends an increase in the fuel tax, the FMCSA adjusts CSA cargo scoring, a lawsuit aims to block CSA 2010 disclosure, a private firm plans to offer driver scorecards to reflect CSA 2010 and many more industry news items are featured.

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Los Angeles port driver employee rule on hold

A federal judge issued a temporary injunction preventing the Port of Los Angeles from implementing its driver employee requirement.

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Los Angeles harbor group OKs port truck plan

Los Angeles Harbor Commission approved a schedule for trucking companies next year to begin phasing in employee drivers.

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Los Angeles port delays program enforcement

A federal judge has ruled for Port of Los Angeles to enforce its Clean Truck Program.

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NY port starts truck replacement program

The $28 million program is designed to encourage owners of pre-1994 drayage trucks that regularly serve the port to buy newer vehicles.

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ATA seeks court action

The American Trucking Associations is seeking a summary judgment for its challenge of the Port of Los Angeles Concession Plan.

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