Truck Regulations Advisory Committee (TRAC)
Updated June 6, 2012
The Air Resources Board (ARB) staff is committed
to the successful
implementation of the Truck and Bus
regulation and the Heavy-Duty
Diesel Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction
assist in this effort, ARB has formed a truck
committee (TRAC) to facilitate communication with its stakeholders
to obtain stakeholder feedback on the implementation tools
these regulations. The goals of TRAC are to help
fine tune our outreach, training, and implementation materials and
provide a mechanism for stakeholders to discuss
The responsibilities of TRAC members include:
- Attend meetings that will be held approximately 4 times a year. The meetings may last from 2 to 6 hours each.
- Discuss and provide ideas on ways of reaching and assisting affected fleets.
- Review and provide feedback on ARB's training presentations, handouts, flyers, and fact sheets.
- Review and provide feedback on ARB's reporting and compliance plannng tools.
- Review and provide feedback on advisories and guidance documents developed by ARB staff.
- Address other issues regarding regulation implementation.
Although we had to limit TRAC membership to a finite number, all
members of the public are welcome to attend the meetings and there will
be an open comment period at the end of each meeting.
TRAC has formed five subcommittees which include:
- Agriculture subcommitee: focuses on obtaining feedback on implementation and educational needs specfic to trucks operated by agricultural and logging operations.
- Tractor-Trailer GHG subcommittee: focuses on obtaining feedback on implementation and educational needs specific to the requirements of the Heavy-Duty Diesel Vehicle Greenhouse Gas Reduction Measure.
- Outreach subcommittee: works with ARB staff on developing materials, training, and other outreach efforts to educate affected stakeholders on the Truck and Bus and the Tractor-Trailer GHG regulations.
- Reporting subcommittee: provides feedback to ARB staff on the development of on-line reporting as required by both the Truck and Bus and the Tractor-Trailer GHG regulations.
- Small Business subcommittee: focuses on obtaining feedback on implementation and educational needs specific to small businesses.
Contact Information: For questions related to the TRAC meetings, please contact the TRAC Industry Liaisons. For specific questions regarding TRAC membership, please contact Bruce Tuter at (916) 322-4710.