Welcome to the Day Pass system for the Ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles Clean Truck Program

If you require access to the marine terminals at the Ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles and you are not operating under a valid concession agreement, you are required to obtain a Day Pass. Trucks operating under a valid Concession for either Port are not eligible to obtain Day Passes. If you are seeking a Day Pass for the first time, please select the button titled "Apply for a new day pass" and follow the instructions. One Day Pass is required for each truck and is valid for entry at terminals for both ports for up to a maximum of 24 Day Passes per truck, per year.

In order to receive your Day Pass, you must be registered with the California Air Resources Board (CARB) Truck Regulations Upload, Compliance, and Reporting System (TRUCRS) as a drayage truck. Registration can be completed by following this link to the CARB online reporting system: TRUCRS.

Please note that enforcement of the Advanced Clean Fleets Regulation is currently on-hold while CARB awaits a determination from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on the waiver for the regulation submitted pursuant to Section 209 of the federal Clean Air Act. As a result, combustion drayage trucks may be added to the CARB online system even though the December 31, 2023, deadline for registration has passed. Once the enforcement hold is removed and the regulation is in effect, only combustion engine trucks already registered in TRUCRS as a drayage truck will be eligible for a Day Pass; zero emission trucks must also register in TRUCRS to receive a Day Pass but may be added to the database at any time.

In order to gain access to the container terminals you will also require a valid, activated RFID tag that is properly registered in advance. If you have been issued an RFID tag by eModal, Pier Pass or Port Check previously, you will be able to reuse that RFID for Day Passes you purchase. If you have not been issued an RFID tag before, you will be required to purchase and activate an RFID tag as part of this process. The system will guide you through the steps. Please be sure to read the instructions on your printed receipt to activate your new RFID tag. This step is necessary to ensure you are not refused access to the container terminals.

The cost of an RFID tag is $100, and the cost of the Day Pass is $30. Day Passes for non-container terminals do not require an RFID tag for gate access. Non-container terminal Day Passes once printed may be placed on the dash of the truck for access to the port terminals.

You will require a major credit card to purchase an RFID tag. Please note that trucks older than 2011 model year will not be permitted to obtain a Day Pass. If you have applied for a Day Pass before and want to change the date of the Day Pass or need to reprint it please return to this site, select the button titled "Reprint day pass" and follow the instructions. To ensure proper results please use an up-to-date browser when using this application. If you are having problems with this site, please call 866-721-5686.

Terminal Access Center
1265 Harbor Avenue
Long Beach, CA 90813