Goods Movement Emission Reduction Projects (Proposition 1B Program)

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The California Air Resources Board (CARB) provided additional guidance on operational deadlines for projects funded under Year 5 of the Prop 1B Program.  Please click Proposition 1B - Operational Deadlines for Year 5 Truck Projects (PDF, 78KB) for additional information.


The Proposition 1B – Goods Movement Emission Reduction ProgramLink to external website. (commonly referred to as the “Prop. 1B Program”) was approved by the voters in 2006 and provides funding for projects that reduce emissions from goods movement operations.  Emissions from diesel equipment, locomotives and vehicles involved in goods movement greatly impact the health of communities located near ports, rail yards, distribution centers and roads with high truck traffic.  The Prop. 1B Program is intended to reduce diesel air pollution from goods movement operations and achieve the earliest possible health risk reduction in nearby communities.  The projects funded by the Prop. 1B Program must achieve “early or extra emission reductions” that are not required by a law or regulation.

The Prop. 1B Program
offers a financial incentive to owners/operators of eligible equipment involved in goods movement operations to upgrade their equipment, install electrical infrastructure at a truck stop or distribution facility, or implement other projects that will reduce diesel air pollutant emissions.  The types of goods movement equipment targeted by the Prop. 1B program include: heavy-duty diesel trucks (replacement or repower), transportation refrigeration units (TRU) truck stop or distribution center electrification infrastructure, locomotives, ships at berth (e.g., shore power), commercial harbor craft, and cargo handling equipment at ports or rail yard facilities.

Goods Movement Equipment Categories:

  • Heavy-Duty Trucks: Click here for information on Prop. 1B funding for heavy-duty trucks, including electrification infrastructure at a truck stop, rail yard or distribution center.
  • Transportation Refrigeration Units (TRU): Click here for information on Prop. 1B funding for zero-emission TRUs and associated infrastructure.

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