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Air Quality Fact

The State of California has classified more than 180 toxic air contaminants, which are emitted by mobile sources such as diesel trucks, locomotives, and ships as well as by stationary sources such as refineries, gas stations, and dry cleaners.

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1999 Ozone Attainment Plan

The 1999 Ozone Attainment Plan was adopted by the BAAQMD, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission, and the Association of Bay Area Governments and submitted to the California Air Resources Board in June 1999.

ARB approved the plan in July 1999 and submitted it to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. On March 30, 2001, EPA proposed to partially approve and partially disapprove the plan. In response, the three co-lead agencies are proposing to correct deficiencies in the 1999 Plan by preparing a Bay Area 2001 Ozone Attainment Plan.

The 1999 Ozone Attainment Plan is available in the link below:

  • San Francisco Bay Area Ozone Attainment Plan for the 1-Hour National Ozone Standard, Adopted June 1999
  • Last Updated: 10/26/2012