The Bay Area 2005 Ozone Strategy reviews the region's progress over the years in reducing ozone levels, describes current conditions, and charts a course for future actions to further reduce ozone levels in the Bay Area.
The control strategy is a central element of the Bay Area 2005 Ozone Strategy. The control strategy outlines a set of control measures to further reduce ozone precursor emissions in order to reduce ozone levels in the Bay Area and to reduce transport of pollution to downwind regions. The control strategy includes stationary source measures, mobile source measures and transportation control measures.
On January 4, 2006, the Board of Directors of the Bay Area Air Quality Management District adopted the Bay Area 2005 Ozone Strategy and certified the Final EIR.
The Draft Bay Area 2005 Ozone Strategy was circulated to the public for a 60-day review and comment period from September 9, 2005 to November 9, 2005. Responses to all comments were prepared by staff and are included in the following document:
Click on the links below to review the Draft 2005 Ozone Strategy, released for public review in September 2005: