Goods Movement and Ports
This page last reviewed April 15, 2015
Welcome to the "Goods Movement and Ports" webpage. The goods movement industry is a vital component of California's economy. Cal/EPA have partnered to bring all stakeholders together to discuss and address the important issues regarding improving the movement of goods and reducing its environmental impacts in California. With the help of affected industries and other interested parties, policies and programs are being developed to reduce congestion and to address the environmental impacts resulting from the growth of movement of goods in California. Please consider joining one or more of the ARB's Goods Movement, Ports & Rail related list servers.
Goods Movement Action Plan
Final Goods Movement Action Plan (released January 11, 2007)
Air Resources Board
- Emission Reduction Plan for Ports and Goods Movement (approved April 20, 2006) - includes links to rulemaking and related ARB activities
Additional Material Web Links
- Proposition 1B: Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Bond of 2006
- Port of Los Angeles
- Port of Long Beach
- San Pedro Bay Ports Clean Air Action Plan
- Tracer Dispersion Study of Shipping Emissions During the 1997 Southern California Ozone Study
For more information about Goods Movement and Ports, please contact Cynthia Marvin, Division Chief, Air Resources Board at (916) 324-0062.