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Senate Bill 375

Senate Bill 375


SB 375 (Steinberg) is California state law that became effective January 1, 2009. This new law requires California’s Air Resources Board (CARB) to develop regional reduction targets for greenhouse gas emissions (GHG), and prompts the creation of regional plans to reduce emissions from vehicle use throughout the state. California’s 18 Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs) have been tasked with creating “Sustainable Community Strategies” (SCS). The MPOs are required to develop the SCS through integrated land use and transportation planning and demonstrate an ability to attain the proposed reduction targets by 2020 and 2035.


2014 Regional Transportation Plan Sustainable Communities Strategy (SCS)

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2012 Target Setting

Meeting Agendas


October 12, 2011 SB 375 Task Force Meeting




Demographic Update SB 375
2012 Target Setting Overview
Sustainable Communities Strategies


Fresno COG Final Target Submittal 5-19-2010

Fresno COG’s final submittal for our recommended SB 375 greenhouse gas reduction targets and supporting documentation.

Fresno COG Target Submittal

Current & Past Meetings, Agendas, Minutes, Presentations

Presentation at TTC/PAC Meeting 4-16-2010 K Cai
SB375 GHG reduction target recommendation for Fresno County


SB 375 Documents:

Fresno COGs Approach to SB 375 Compliance
Fresno COGs SB 375 Compliance Timeline
SB 375 Fact Sheet


SB 375 RTAC Final Report

Final Recommendations of the Regional Targets Advisory Committee (RTAC)



SB 375 Legislation signed by Governor 9-30-2008
California Air resources Board SB 375 web page
California Department of Transportation SB 375 web page
League of California Cities SB 375 web page
CalCOG Guide to Regional Planning as Revised by SB 375
California Climate Change Portal