Now is the time for fleets to meet the challenge of complying with next year’s CARB regulations, a panelist said during a virtual Volvo Trucks regulatory workshop.
The California Trucking Association has filed a federal lawsuit seeking to block enforcement of the California Air Resources Board’s Advanced Clean Fleets regulation.
AUSTIN, Texas — Trucking fleets’ equipment purchasing decisions are becoming more complex amid overlapping and rapidly shifting truck emissions regulations.
Concerns are growing that California is falling behind in its ability to provide enough electric vehicle charging options to meet its own aggressive targets.
Major truck and engine manufacturers have brokered a truce with California’s plan for phasing out sales of Classes 4-8 diesel-powered trucks in a landmark deal with state regulators.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The railroad industry on June 16 sued to block new environmental rules in California, saying the technology for zero-emission locomotives won’t be ready on time.
Iowa is leading 19 states in a lawsuit against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for backing California’s future ban on heavy diesel vehicles.
Clean transportation advocates are in a race to transform the trucking industry in California to meet a mandate requiring zero-emission vehicles by 2035, and the challenges are many.
The California Air Resources Board approved its Advanced Clean Fleets regulation that will require some motor carriers to begin the transition to zero-emission trucks as soon as next year.