San Diego Passes Resolution to Restrict Truck Pollution in Barrio Logan

San Diego City Council adopted a resolution to protect residents from pollution created by heavy duty trucks driving through the community.

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For many years, residents in the community of Barrio Logan complained about the increasing heavy-duty diesel truck traffic on neighborhood streets. Diesel emissions from these trucks, as well as safety, noise and other impacts concern community members. Based on the California environmental justice mapping tool CalEnviroScreen, we can see that Barrio Logan is in the highest vulnerability for particulate matter from Diesel pollution.