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California Air Resources Board Regulatory Advisory for Truck & Bus Regulation — Early Access to Certain Approved Amendments and Low-Mileage Work Truck Option

July 31, 2014 Reporting Deadline for Some Provisions Including Low-Mileage Work Truck and Small Fleet Options

The California Air Resources Board (ARB) approved amendments to the Truck & Bus Regulation in April 2014, and these changes will be finalized later this year. Fleet owners may take advantage of the April amendments now and must act by July 31, 2014 in some cases to qualify for some of the changes.

Please review ARB's Regulatory Advisory >>> click here <<< to see how the changes to the Truck & Bus Regulation might impact your fleet and whether or not the July 31, 2014 deadline applies to you. Amendments to the Truck and Bus Regulation include provisions for the Low Mileage Work Truck Phase-in Option, Low Use Exemption, NOx Exempt Area Extension, and Small Fleet Option among others.

For more information about the Truck and Bus Regulation see:

This information is provided by the Construction Industry Air Quality Coalition.

CIAQC is a non-profit 501(c)(6) founded in 1989 by four southern California trade associations--Associated General Contractors of California, Building Industry Association of Southern California, Engineering Contractors Association and the Southern California Contractors Association.

These signatory contractor organizations, through the Southern California Industry Funds, created CIAQC to help their members understand and navigate the ever-increasing web of government environmental regulation under which they operate their businesses and build our communities, our infrastructure and the environmental systems that will enhance California’s future.
Today several organizations and individual construction firms throughout the state are active in CIAQC. Member associations now also include the Associated General Contractors America – San Diego Chapter, Inc., California Construction Trucking Association, United Contractors, and the California Rental Association.

CIAQC assists the construction industry and regulatory agencies in the development of environmental regulatory strategies that will balance the goals of a healthy environment and a healthy local economy with the least adverse impact on the construction industry.

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