Clean Truck Concession Agreement
Starting October 1, 2008, the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach will implement the Clean Trucks Program (“CTP”). This is a joint effort by the two ports as part of the Clean Air Action Plan in San Pedro Bay Ports. The CTP`s objective is to reduce the truck load by 80 per cent. If you are not registered with the California Air Resources Board Drayage Truck Registry (ARB DTR), you will be prevented from completing a Day Pass application. The registration can be completed by this link to the site ARB DTR: www.arb.ca.gov/drayagetruck. Please ensure that you are registered with CARB in order to obtain your permission to use daily cards. If you need access to naval terminals at the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles and you are not working under a valid concession contract, you must obtain a Day Pass. Trucks operating under a concession valid for one of the two ports are not allowed to obtain daily passes. If you are looking for a daily passport for the first time, please select the “Poster for a new daily passport” button and follow the instructions.
A daily pass is required for each truck and is valid for entry to terminals for both ports for a maximum of 24 daily passes per truck per year. To access container terminals, you need a valid and activated RFID beacon, duly registered in advance. If you`ve already received an RFID tag from eModal, Pier Pass or Port Check, you can reuse this RFID for the day passes you buy. If you haven`t received an RFID tag yet, you need to purchase and activate an RFID tag as part of this process. The system guides you through the steps. Please read the instructions on your printed newsletter to activate your new RFID tag. This step is necessary to ensure that you are not denied access to container terminals. The cost of an RFID tag is $100 and the cost of the Day Pass is $30. Daily cards can be requested individually or in an annual 24-piece package.
Day cards for non-container terminals do not require an RFID beacon for access to the door. No-Terminal-Day Passes once printed can be placed on the truck line for access to port terminals. You need a large credit card to buy an RFID tag. Please note that trucks older than the 2008 model year must not receive a daily passport. If you have already applied for a daily passport and would like to change the date of the daily pass or print it again, please go back to this page, select the “Reprint the daily passport” button and follow the instructions. To ensure good results, please use a current browser when using this app. If you have any problems with this page, please call 866-721-5686. Terminal Access Center 1265 Harbor Avenue Long Beach, CA 90813 Under the CTP, all older and more polluting HGVs will be banned from entering ports and only newer, cleaner trucks will be allowed. From October 1, 2008, all trucks will be banned from ports before 1998 and, until January 1, 2012, the ban will extend to all HGVs before 2007.