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Maritime Air Quality Improvement Plan

The Port of Oakland holds environmental stewardship as one of its core organizational objectives. We are committed to developing and implementing effective and innovative environmental programs to reduce the impacts of our operations and development on the environment.

The Port of Oakland, in partnership with the Bay Area Air Quality Management District, the West Oakland Environmental Indicators Project, and maritime industry representation has engaged in a planning process for the development of a Maritime Air Quality Improvement Plan. The planning process included a series of public meetings throughout 2007 and 2008.

In 2018, the MAQIP Task Force reconvened in a series of public meetings.

Final Seaport Air Quality 2020 and Beyond Plan (06/13/19)

Revised Draft Seaport Air Quality 2020 and Beyond Plan (12/14/18)

Draft Seaport Air Quality 2020 and Beyond Plan

Reconvened MAQIP Task Force

Meeting #6 (04/23/2019)

Meeting #5 (01/10/2019)

Meeting #4 (09/26/2018)

Meeting #3 (06/21/2018)

Meeting #2 (5/9/2018)

Meeting #1 (2/23/2018)

Electric Equipment at the Seaport

The Port of Oakland continues to work with its tenants to convert to zero-emissions trucks and equipment. The following is a summary inventory of known electric equipment at the Seaport (as of January 2, 2019):

  • 33 electric ship-to-shore cranes (at all marine terminals)
  • 4 electric on-road trucks
    • 1 Phase I BYD electric drayage truck at GSC (demonstration)
    • 2 Phase II BYD electric drayage trucks at GSC (demonstration)
    • 1 Orange EV on-road electric yard tractor at IMPACT Transportation (commercially available)
  • Electric forklifts for transloading operations (at Cool Port, IMPACT Transportation, and Unicold)

Seaport Emissions Inventory - view here

Port of Oakland Air Quality Management Program Milestones