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Where can we apply for financial help to purchase or lease trucks?
When will the final rules and agreements be available?
What trucks are eligible for replacement as "frequent" and "semi-frequent" users?
What is the goal of the CAAP?
Is the CAAP consistent with other state, regional, or local emission reduction plans and rules?
Are the Ports working cooperatively with the all of the regulatory and oversight agencies?
Will Green House Gases be addressed in the CAAP?
Is there a long-term vision for this Plan?
Will requirements be implemented on a case-by-case basis or will uniform requirements based on fixed percentages be established (for any of the measures)?
What commitment will the ports make to developing new, clean technologies for use in port operations?
How will the Ports define “fair share” and the San Pedro Bay Standard?
How will the CAAP be implemented?
Will polluters pay their fair share?
How will the CAAP be funded?
What is the time frame covered by the CAAP?
Are there interim goals to provide a clear indicator of progress and provide feedback if a change in strategy is necessary?
Will the CAAP achieve measurable emission reductions?
What emission sources are covered in the CAAP?
How is the CAAP different from other plans like the City of Los Angeles’ No Net Increase Task Force (NNI) and the State’s Goods Movement Action Plan (GMP)?
Did the CAAP include input from the Public, Stakeholders, Medical and Scientific experts?
How do the emission reductions in the CAAP compare to No Net Increase (NNI) and the Goods Movement Action Plan (GMP)?
What is the San Pedro Bay Clean Air Action Plan?