WA HB 2601
308 John L. O'Brien Building, PO Box 40600
Olympia, WA 98540
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Reduces air emissions associated with certain port trucking operations.
By January 1, 2019, all drayage trucks transporting shipping containers to or from a high-volume port must meet the 2007 truck engine standard adopted by the EPA. High-volume ports are those ports whose total tonnage of domestic and foreign waterborne trade, as measured by the BTS, exceeded 20 million tons during the most recent year statistics were available. By January 1, 2020, high-volume ports must develop and submit to the Legislature a plan that provides a roadmap for transitioning the fleet of drayage trucks serving high-volume ports towards using only zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs) by January 1, 2035.
Died upon adjournment.
01/11/2018 First reading. Referred to House Committee on Environment.01/16/2018 Public hearing in the House Committee on Environment.
01/16/2018 Hearing in the House Committee on Environment.
01/25/2018 Executive action take in the House Committee on Environment.; first substitute be substituted and recommend for passage.
01/29/2018 Referred to House Committee on Rules.