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California Code, Health and Safety Code - HSC § 39625.1

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As used in this chapter, the following terms have the following meanings:

(a) “Applicant” means any local public entity involved in the movement of freight through trade corridors of the state or involved in air quality improvements associated with goods movement.For the purposes of administering a loan or loan guarantee program only, an applicant may include any state agency.

(b) “Emission” or “emissions” means emissions including, but not limited to, diesel particulate matter, oxides of nitrogen, oxides of sulfur, and reactive organic gases.

(c) “Emission sources” means one of the following categories of sources of air pollution associated with the movement of freight through California's trade corridors:  heavy-duty trucks, locomotives, commercial harbor craft, ocean-going vessels related to freight, and cargo-handling equipment.

(d) “Goods movement facility” means airports, seaports, land ports of entry, freight distribution warehouses and logistic centers, freight rail systems, and highways that have a high volume of truck traffic related to the movement of goods, as determined by the state board.

(e) “Trade corridors” means any of the following areas:  the Los Angeles/Inland Empire region, the Central Valley region, the Bay Area region, and the San Diego/border region.

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