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American Trucking Ass'ns v. Los Angeles, City of

The U.S. Supreme Court struck down portions of the Los Angeles port's "Clean Truck Program," which was designed in part to reduce emissions related to port operations, including emissions from trucks. The concession agreements...

American Trucking Ass'ns v Los Angeles, City of

A district court upheld a "Clean Air Action Plan" adopted by a California port designed, among other things, to reduce emissions related to port operations, including emissions from heavily polluting trucks. A trucking association...

California Bldg. Indus. Ass'n v. San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control Dist.

A California appellate court affirmed a lower court decision upholding two rules adopted by a local air pollution control district designed to encourage developers to reduce indirect pollution, such as mobile source emissions, caused by...

Federal Maritime Comm'n v. Los Angeles, City of

A district court denied the Federal Maritime Commission's (FMC's) motion to preliminarily enjoin portions of the Port of Los Angeles' and the Port of Long Beach's clean truck programs, which are aimed at reducing the air pollution...

American Trucking Ass'n v. Los Angeles, City of

The Ninth Circuit reversed and remanded a lower court decision denying the trucking industry's motion to preliminarily enjoin two California ports from implementing "concession agreements" designed, among other things, to reduce diesel...

Federation of Hillside & Canyon Ass'ns v. Los Angeles, City of

A California appellate court upheld a city's approval of a general plan framework that includes proposed operational and physical improvements to traffic systems and infrastructure, policies to encourage the use of public transit and...