In an effort to reduce Port-related diesel and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, the Port Authority is implementing a truck phase-out plan that will deny access of old drayage trucks to its marine terminal facilities. Under this plan, drayage trucks with pre-1994 model year engines will be denied access to Port Authority marine terminal facilities effective January 1, 2011. In addition, drayage trucks equipped with engines that fail to meet or exceed 2007 model year federal heavy-duty diesel –fueled on-road emission standards will also be denied access to Port facilities effective January 1, 2017.
In order to implement the truck phase-out plan, drayage trucks serving Port Authority marine terminal facilities will be required to be registered in a Drayage Truck Registry (DTR). Drayage trucks that are compliant with the elements of the phase-out plan will be issued compliance stickers, which will facilitate and expedite their transit onto, through and out of Port marine terminal facilities.
For details about what information you need in order to register, please view our instructions and worksheet.
What you need to know about the DTR.
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