Lease Revenue Bonds
Goods Movement Emission Reduction Program
Intent or Criteria: The $1 billion Proposition 1B:
Goods Movement Emission Reduction Program (Program) is a
partnership between the State Air Resources Board (ARB) and local
agencies (like air districts and seaports) to quickly reduce air
pollution emissions and health risk from freight movement along California's
trade corridors (map).
Local agencies apply to ARB for funding, then those agencies offer
financial incentives to owners of equipment used in freight movement to
upgrade to cleaner technologies. Projects funded under this
Program must achieve early or extra emission reductions not otherwise
required by law or regulation.
Guidelines: 2015 Program Guidelines
Administrative Agency: California Environmental Protection Agency / Air Resources Board.
Recipient Agencies: ARB awarded funds to local agencies, including air districts and seaports.Accountability Plan: The Department of Finance approved ARB's three-part accountability structure for this Program, required by Executive Order S-02-07, in February 2008.
Upcoming EventsWhen can I apply for Proposition 1B funding?
There are currently no solicitations open.
To receive information on Proposition 1B funding opportunities for other equipment, please sign up for our list serve gmbond. To learn about other financial incentives for heavy-duty trucks, please visit the Truck Stop.
Year 5 Truck Solicitation Information
- Program Hints and Tips includes information to assist equipment owners in applying for Program funds to upgrade their truck and to maintain eligibility during the Year 5 Truck Solicitation.
- Class 8 Funding Chart includes information to assist equipment owners of Class 8 trucks with their options for selecting an eligible replacement engine/truck, including funding amounts.
- Class 7 Funding Chart includes information to assist equipment owners of Class 7 trucks with their options for selecting an eligible replacement engine/truck, including funding amounts.
- Class 6 Funding Chart includes information to assist equipment owners of Class 6 trucks with their options for selecting an eligible replacement engine/truck, including funding amounts.
- 2-for-1 Funding Chart includes information to assist equipment owners of two Class 6-8 trucks with their options for selecting a single eligible replacement engine/truck, including funding amounts.
Proposition 1B Filter Substrate Replacement Program
ARB recently notified private truck fleets with recalled Cleaire LongMile filters. The notification is to determine the affected owner’s interest in replacing the recalled filter and to initially assess the fleet’s eligibility based on Proposition 1B program requirements. If you were not contacted, but have a truck with a recalled LongMile filter, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and provide your company name, email address and phone number.
When can I use my Proposition 1B-funded truck for compliance?Equipment previously funded by Proposition 1B may now be eligible for compliance with the Statewide Truck and Bus Regulation. Allowable Use of Equipment (revised September 24, 2014) summarizes the allowable use of previously Proposition 1B-funded equipment for fleet compliance with the Regulation, dependent on when the equipment became operational.
Local Agency Contact Information for Questions about your Application
- Bay Area Air Quality Management District; email@example.com; Program Hotline: (415) 749-4994 (option 1) (leave message if no answer)
- Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District
- San Diego County Air Pollution Control District; firstname.lastname@example.org; Program Hotline: (858) 586-2600
- San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District; Prop1B@valleyair.org; Program Contact: (559) 230-5800
- South Coast Air Quality Management District; Mwang@aqmd.gov; Mei Wang: (909) 396-3257
Program Guidance and Program Requirements
September 2015 Board Resolution 15-43 on adoption of Update to Program Guidelines.
- 2015 Program Guidelines and Staff Report that define the responsibilities of ARB, local agencies, and equipment owners, as well as the technical specifications and funding caps for eligible projects.
2015 Supplemental Procedures for Ships at Berth and Cargo Handling
2015 Board Resolution 15-20 and explanatory
Staff Report on adoption of Update to Program Guidelines.
2013 Board Resolution 13-34 and explanatory
Staff Report on award of $154M in Year 4 funds.
2013 Revised Supplemental Procedures for Ships at Berth and Cargo
Handling Equipment Projects.
January 2013 Board Resolution 13-5 and explanatory
Staff Report on adoption of Update to Program Guidelines.
December 2011 Board Resolution 11-40 and explanatory
Staff Report on award of $100.8M in Year 3 funds.
2010 Board Resolution 10-27 and explanatory
Staff Report on award of $200M in
Year 2 funds.
- March 2010 Board Resolution 10-18 and explanatory Staff Report on adoption of Update to Program Guidelines.
- May 2009 Board Resolution 09-40 amending the Guidelines to reflect the delay in bond funding, the transfer of funds to backup projects, and other changes to existing grant agreements to support implementation.
- May 2008 Board Resolution 08-06 and explanatory Staff Report on award of $221M in Year 1 main grants.
Resolution 08-12 and explanatory
Staff Report (includes implementing legislation) on adoption
of Program Guidelines and award of $25M in early grants.
May 2016 Executive Order G-16-024
adopting modifications to the Program Guidelines for Year 5 ships at berth projects.
February 2016 Executive Order G-16-009
adopting modifications to the Program Guidelines for Year 5 truck and
locomotive projects, and the reallocation of unspent funds.
May 2015 Executive Order G-15-033
adopting modifications to the Program Guidelines for
the filter substrate replacement program, operational deadlines for Year 4 truck projects, and the reallocation of unspent
2013 Executive Order G-13-089
adopting modifications to the Program Guidelines for Year 4 funds and allocations of recaptured funds to provide
the greatest incentive funding opportunities for eligible small truck
2013 Executive Order G-13-050 adopting modifications to the
Program Guidelines for truck reuse pilot projects and truck reuse
2012 Executive Order G-12-144
adopting modifications to the Program Guidelines for Year
1 through Year 3 and future funds.
2012 Executive Order G-12-092 adopting the allocation of
unspent drayage funds and Spring 2012 bond proceeds.
2012 Executive Order G-12-032
adopting modifications to the Program Guidelines for maintaining
eligibility for truck projects that become inoperable prior to
Order G0-10-58 adopting modifications to the Program
Guidelines for Year 1 and Year 2 funds.
Order G-10-007 adopting modifications to the Program
Guidelines for Year 1 funds.
2010 Executive Order G-10-006
allocating additional funds to the Bay Area air district's Year 1 grant for trucks serving ports and intermodal rail yards.
2008 Executive Order 08-012 approving requests by
the Bay Area and
San Diego air districts to defer early grant funds to main Year 1 grants.
2008 Executive Order 08-011 changing the emission
for new switcher locomotives.
- ARB staff clarifications on Program requirements that address implementation questions posed by local agencies and equipment owners.
Technical Tools and DocumentsARB Executive Orders certifying new truck engines to show compliance with Program requirements for Year 5 funds.
- A summary of ineligible engines has
been created to provide a quick reference to an applicant to check if
an engine being funded by the Program is eligible for the subsidy. The
applicant has the final responsibility to ensure that their truck has
been certified by the most recent ARB Executive Order. ARB accepts no
liability for the content of the summary, or for the consequences of
any actions taken on the basis of the information provided in the
Ineligible Engine Summary - HHD for Class 7 and Class 8 Trucks (revised 9/2/2014)
Ineligible Engine Summary - MHD for Class 6 and Class 7 Trucks (revised 9/2/2014)
- The following Year 5 Project Benefits Calculators will estimate the emission reductions and bond cost-effectiveness of proposed projects: email@example.com.
Forms for Local Agencies
- Delegation of Authority to Submit Grant Disbursement Requests that local agencies can use to identify individuals authorized to sign these requests.
- Compliance check template for local agencies to provide information to ARB to evaluate whether the equipment owner and/or piece of equipment have any outstanding violations of ARB regulations on record.
ARB Program Contacts
- Sign up for our list serve gmbond for meetings notices and updates.
- Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Call the Goods Movement Information Line at (916) 44-GOODS (444-6637).
- ARB Liaison to each trade corridor:
- Bay Area: Dmitri Smith
- Central Valley: Jen Kozumplik
- Los Angeles/ Inland Empire: Jenny Wu
- San Diego/ Border: Dmitri Smith
Local Agency Webpage Links