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The air quality analysis tools below are intended to assist lead agencies in analyzing air quality impacts from proposed land use projects and plans.
Learn more about the Air District’s updated CEQA Guidelines.
Roadway Screening Analysis Calculator - county specific tables containing estimates of risk and hazard impacts from roadways in the Bay Area.
This form is required when users request stationary source data from BAAQMD for environmental review purposes.
Screening Analysis Flow Chart - outlines step-by-step screening process for estimating risk and hazards impacts in projects
Recommended Methods for Screening and Modeling Local Risks and Hazards - describes in detail how to screen and model risk and hazards from stationary, highway, and roadway sources. Also discusses the assumptions and methodologies used in developing the stationary source, highway, and roadway screening tools.
Highway Screening Analysis Tool- Google Earth map tool to identify estimated risk and hazard impacts from highways throughout the Bay Area. Google Earth must be installed to run files. Click on different segments of the highways to view estimated risk and hazard impacts that represent the average annual daily traffic (AADT) count, fleet mix and other modeling parameters specific to that segment of the highway. The estimated risk and hazard impacts were modeled at two different heights, 6ft. and 20 ft. The 6 ft. height estimates should be used when receptors are located on the ground floor of a building; and the 20 ft. height estimates should be used when receptors are located on the second floor of a building.
Senior Environmental Planner, Planning and Research
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Air Quality Widgets