By  on November 14, 2007

The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, the largest U.S. seaport complex, have adopted sweeping environmental regulations intended to improve air quality by banning trucks that don't meet the standards.

Critics, including retailers and shippers, have questioned financing and whether the initiative will delay traffic from swiftly moving through the ports. And they caution that dealing with trucking issues on a port-by-port basis will lead to a patchwork of regulations.

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