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Download White Paper: 2021 Feasibility Assessment for Drayage Trucks

Evaluating the feasibility of zero and low-emission drayage trucks to support San Pedro Bay Ports

The San Pedro Bay Ports Clean Air Action Plan (CAAP) 2017 Update established the need to prepare feasibility assessments to evaluate the status of technology and supporting infrastructure that will be required to achieve the various CAAP strategies. This 2021 Feasibility Assessment for Drayage Trucks follows on and updates the initial Assessment performed in 2018. As with the 2018 version, this 2021 Assessment is intended to evaluate the current state of zero-emission (ZE) and low-emission (LE) fuel-technology platforms suitable for drayage-capable Class 8 trucks – including infrastructure readiness to fuel and service them. The Assessment’s overarching objective is to characterize feasibility for near-term (2021 to 2024), large-scale deployments of drayage trucks using such platforms.

This Assessment provides a snapshot about which ZE and/or LE Class 8 platforms are feasible today – or will likely be feasible by 2024 – for widespread deployment in drayage at the San Pedro Bay Ports (SPBP or Ports) complex.

Download the 2021 Feasibility Assessment 

for Drayage Trucks White Paper

Publish Date: February 2023

Client: Port of Long Beach, Port of Los Angeles

This white paper was authored by GNA, which is now TRC’s clean transportation solutions team. 


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