No changes to Rolling Truck Age Program, which goes into effect September 15
In response to some inaccurate information that has been circulating, the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority clarifies that no changes have been made to the Rolling Truck Age Program, which will go into effect on September 15, 2022, as previously announced. As of now, there are 15 trucks that will age out of the program on that date.
The port authority thanks the many trucking companies and drivers, representing 80% of container trucks serving the port, who are already in compliance with the program, which aims to reduce harmful emissions and improve air quality.
On July 30, 2022, the port authority met with representatives from the United Truckers Association (UTA), together with Randeep Sarai, Member of Parliament for Surrey Centre, to hear the UTA’s perspective on operational challenges their membership is experiencing at the Port of Vancouver.
We welcome the opportunity to engage with members of the port community to discuss ways to enhance fluidity at the port.
For more information about the Rolling Truck Age Program, visit the program’s webpage here.