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CARB Says Changes to Truck Emissions Rules Could Save Trucking More Than $3 Billion

A series of proposed amendments to California’s emissions-reduction regulations for heavy trucks would save the trucking industry more than $3 billion, in part by delaying some compliance requirements, according to a new report by the state’s environmental regulatory staff.

November 8, 2010
Government

California Aims to Close Drayage Loopholes to Prevent Transfer of Freight to Older Trucks

California environmental regulators plan to plug a pair of loopholes in the state’s drayage regulation that allow some operators to game the system, port officials and state regulators said.

November 8, 2010
Government

CARB Plans to Amend Greenhouse Gas Rules

California environmental regulators were expected late last week to make public their final slate of proposed amendments designed to help motor carriers ease the financial pain of complying with the state’s tough heavy-duty truck greenhouse gas emissions reduction and retrofitting regulations.

November 1, 2010
Government

California Proposals Could Save Trucking $3 Billion, Reports Says

A slate of proposed amendments to California’s tough heavy truck diesel emissions reduction regulation would save the trucking industry more than $3 billion in retrofits and engine replacements and delay some compliance requirements by a year or more, according to a report by the state’s environmental regulatory staff.

Eric Miller | Staff Reporter
November 1, 2010
Government

ATA Asks Judges to Reconsider Decision Allowing California’s Reefer Rule to Stand

Lawyers for American Trucking Associations have filed a petition asking that all 13 federal appeals court judges with the District of Columbia Circuit reconsider a three-judge panel’s decision that let California’s “reefer retrofit” rule stand.

May 31, 2010

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