As you may or may not have heard, Southern California just saw its longest streak of bad air in decades — 87 consecutive days of smog. So it’s a good time to try and turn things around, and what better day to commit to improving our air quality than on Clean Air Day?
Join fellow Californians on Wednesday, Oct. 3 to clear the air as part of California’s first Clean Air Day. This unified day of action will focus on the simple solutions each of us can do to improve air quality, including taking public transit, walking, or biking instead of driving solo. Transportation accounts for more than 41% of the emissions in California, and your personal transportation choices can make a big difference!
Take the Clean Air Pledge and help clear the air! When you take the pledge, you’ll find just a few of the many ways you can help improve local air quality.
To celebrate Clean Air Day, commemorative Clean Air Day TAP cards will be on sale at Metro Customer Centers starting Wednesday, Sept. 26.
- Union Station East Portal
- Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Center
- East Los Angeles Center
- Wilshire/Vermont Center
Supplies are limited so get them while they last! The cards will not be available at any other locations.
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