Environmental groups see the California Air Resources Board as an important bulwark holding back a Trump administration rollback of environmental regulation.
Otto, the self-driving truck company founded by Google execs, wants to expand its fleet of test vehicles before moving on to private trucks.
This LCFS policy requires that the carbon intensity of the fuel sold in California between 2010 and 2020 decreases by 10 percent. But now the successful policy may be in danger
Industry insiders have said no California port trucking companies plan to sign up for the state’s Motor Carrier Amnesty Program addressing truck employee driver misclassification controversy.
Nearly $150 million in clean truck incentives has been withdrawn from California’s budget amid concern over future revenue; legislators and the governor’s office continue to negotiate over replacement funding.
Air quality regulators in Southern California are seeking applications for $50 million in grants to freight truck owners to replace older diesel models with new advanced technology “green” trucks.
Following the lead of several other states, California launches its Road Charge pilot program in July to test whether it should fund road maintenance by charging drivers by mileage instead of fuel use.
California trucking companies must immediately meet 2008 clean air standards after superior court rules against amendments giving carriers more flexibility to comply.
California continues its drive to clean up trucking emissions with a $9.1 million grant to put 27 new all-electric trucks into service in air quality impacted Southern California.
Legislation currently in Congress includes a must-needed clarification that blocks states from enforcing their own unique meal and rest break rules on interstate truck drivers.