The sale of new big diesel big rigs will be banned by 2036; voted on by California Regulators.

This decision puts California at the forefront of mitigating national tailpipe pollution.

The California Air Resources Board voted unanimously approved the Advanced Clean Fleets Rule, the state’s second zero-emissions trucks rule and first in the world to require commercial trucks to be electric.

This mandate estimates to deliver $26.5 billion in public health benefits in California in avoided healthy impacts and deaths due to diesel pollution.