Bay Area Images

Conservation Tip

In the Bay Area, in the begining of this century, with great progress having been made in improving general air quality conditions, the Air District stepped up its outreach to local communities in the region. And with ozone concentrations a fraction of what they were several decades earlier, the Air District increased its efforts to address the substantial public health problems presented by particulate pollution.

Give Us Your Feedback



select


(500 character limit)
 

I would like a response.
(Allow 5-7 business days)
 

 

Utility Buttons

  • Email This Page
  • Print
  •  Save & Share Share

Participate

Airing Ideas

BAAQMD Webcasts

Recent Webcasts

12/18/14 Mobile Source Committee Meeting Webcast Archive
More Information:
Agenda
(1 Mb PDF, 43 pgs)

12/17/14 Regular Board Meeting Webcast Archive
More Information:
Agenda
(948 kb PDF, 82 pgs)

12/15/14 Personnel Committee Meeting Webcast Archive
More Information:
Agenda
(448 kb PDF, 32 pgs)

12/15/14 Ad Hoc Building Oversight Committee Meeting Webcast Archive
More Information:
Agenda
(494 kb PDF, 16 pgs)

11/19/2014 My Air Quality: Using Sensors to Know What's in Your Air Webcast Archive
More Information:
Event Info & RSVP
Workshop Info
(603 kb PDF, 1 pgs)
Agenda
(469 kb PDF, 3 pgs)

Board Archives:

Agendas, Minutes and Media

HelpWebcast Support
System & player requirements, RSS feeds & mobile alternatives.

BAAQMD on iTunes

iTunes Audio Podcasts
iTunes Video Podcasts

Contacts

Individuals

  • Patrick Wenzinger
  • Administrative Analyst, Strategic Incentives
  • 415 749-4934
  • Karen Schkolnick
  • Air Quality Program Manager, Strategic Incentives
  • 415 749-5070

Groups

TFCA


Full BAAQMD Directory

Regional Bicycle Share Pilot Project

Bay Area Bike Share

Launched on August 29, 2013, the Bay Area Bike Share (BABS) program is the first bike share system to launch in California and in the United States as a unified regional system. Bike sharing allows both residents and visitors to make short trips by bike and provides an easy and cost-effective “last mile” solution, linking public transit with riders’ final destinations. The BABS system operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week in five cities along the Caltrain commuter rail corridor — San Francisco, Redwood City, Palo Alto, Mountain View and San Jose. The Bay Area’s system consists of 70 stations and a fleet of 700 bikes and  is planned to increase in size in 2015. Since its launch, BABS has achieved more than 280,000 rides and over 600,000 miles peddled by its 4,700 annual and 26,000 casual members.

Bay Area Bike Share began as a pilot project with funding from the Metropolitan Transportation Commission's (MTC) Initiatives Program and the Air District's Transportation Fund for Clean Air (TFCA) Program.  These funding programs provide grants to projects that reduce greenhouse gas emissions and air pollution from transportation sources. The Air District is the lead administrator of Bay Area Bike Share in partnership with MTC and local partners. For more information please visit: http://www.bayareabikeshare.com/
Pilot City NameTitle of ContactContact EmailContact Website

Palo Alto, Mt. View, San Jose

Aiko Cuencoaiko.cuenco@vta.orgSanta Clara VTA

4th & King, Redwood City, Mtn. View, Palo Alto, and San Jose Diridon Caltrain Stations

Douglas Kim, Samtrans Planning Directorkimd@samtrans.comSamtrans

Redwood City

Redwood City Bike Share Liaisonbikeshare@redwoodcity.orgRedwood City

San Francisco

Bicycle Sharing Program Managerheath.maddox@sfmta.comSFMTA

San Mateo County

Peggy Jensenpjensen@smcgov.orgN/A
Last Updated: 8/1/2014