In the Sacramento region, 70 percent of ground-level ozone air pollution is caused from car and truck emissions.
By promoting clean mobility options and single occupant vehicle alternatives such as walking, biking, transit, carpooling, the use of electric vehicles and other clean air options, we hope to introduce the simplicity of making clean transportation choices with the goal that residents will choose these options on a regular basis, which will improve air quality.
Together let’s reduce motor vehicle emissions in the Sacramento area by seeking clean mobility transportation options and alternatives to single occupant vehicles on California Clean Air Day.
Sacramento Regional Working Group
- Eric Guerra, Vice Mayor, City of Sacramento, CO-CHAIR
- Alberto Ayala, Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District, CO-CHAIR
- Jamie Arno, Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District
- Julia Burrows, Office of Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg
- Meg Cederoth, WSP USA/CA High Speed Rail Authority
- Jennifer Gress, City of Sacramento
- Sarah Janus, UC Davis Medical center
- Lindsey Liebig, Sacramento County Farm Bureau
- Colleen McCormick, UC Davis Health
- Alisa Reinhardt, California New Car Dealers Association
- Mary Lynne Vellinga, City of Sacramento