Clean Truck Program
To comply with the program, trucks serving our terminals must have 1994 or newer model year engines. By 2015, 80 percent of the trucks must have 2007 or newer model year engines.
Trucks that comply with the Clean Truck Program will be issued stickers to display on the driver's side door for entrance into Port terminals. Register your truck.
Trucks without stickers will be identified, and the operator, shipper or cargo owner will be notified that the truck does not comply with our requirements.
Clean Truck Program objectives:
Drayage truck studies
We conducts an annual study of the short-haul (drayage) truck fleet serving our terminals. The initial 2008 study captured about 3,100 short-haul trucks and determined the fleet was well positioned to meet the strategy's 2010 goal. The 2009 study showed progress, with a 4% increase in trucks with model year 1994 or newer engines.
The 2010 study measured continued progress toward the strategy’s goals. Study results showed:
According to the 2005 Puget Sound Marine Diesel Emission Inventory, drayage trucks at the Port produce only 1% of diesel emissions and only 0.00002% of Puget Sound's diesel emissions.
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Recognizing the regional nature of the transportation system and related air emissions, the Port of Tacoma and Port of Seattle are partnering to:
Elements of our program