Comprehensive Truck Management Program (CTMP)
The Port of Oakland's Maritime Comprehensive Truck Management Program (CTMP) has been developed to comprehensively address security, air quality, business and operations, and community issues related to trucking operations at the Port of Oakland maritime facilities (Seaport).
In developing the CTMP, the Port balanced its economic role as a competitively positioned global gateway for the United States economy with its commitment to environmental and social responsibility, specifically as related to maritime-related trucking (drayage). The Port is committed to balancing the needs of its customers with those of its neighboring community to improve commerce and quality of life for those living and working in and around the Seaport.
The CTMP applies exclusively to drayage activities at the Seaport.
Truck Rule Update (PDF) (12/10/2009)
Cover letter to Final CTMP (Adopted) (PDF)
Final CTMP (Adopted) (PDF)
||CARB requires that all drayage trucks must be registered in the CARB Statewide Drayage Truck Registry (DTR).
||CARB requires that port terminals and rail yards are required to collect information for each truck entering their facilities that is not compliant with the 9/30/09 CARB requirement.
|The Port requires that all Licensed Motor Carriers (LMCs) conducting business at the Seaport must file a Secure Truck Enrollment Program (STEP) Agreement with the Port of Oakland, in accordance with the requirements of the CTMP Port Registry.
||All drayage trucks that do not comply with the emission requirements of the California Air Resources Board (CARB) regulations are prohibited from serving the Seaport in accordance with the Port’s Drayage Truck Ban. The Ban provides very limited exemptions.
|All STEP-Registered LMCs must enter affiliated truck and truck driver information into the Port Registry database.
||All trucks driving for STEP-registered LMCs must show proof of registration at Seaport facilities.
Seaport facility operators must handle non-STEP-registered trucks in one of two ways: deny entry or grant entry by recording and reporting certain information.
||Marine terminal operators must deny entry to non-STEP-registered trucks.
Other Seaport facility operators may deny entry or grant entry by recording and reporting certain information.
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