Truckers struggle to meet clean air costs at Port of Oakland
on February 8, 2012
New air regulations meant to get older, polluting trucks out of ports in California are causing problems for truckers. Maggie Beidelman reports on how truckers are meeting the requirement and expense of upgrading their engines.
Read more about this issue in our recent article, “New rules slash emissions at Port of Oakland, but threaten local truckers.”
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