California is Leading the Way to a Clean Transportation Future
California is on the forefront of zero-emission transportation. Drivers have more options than ever to choose from and incentives are putting these vehicles within reach of all Californians.
Zero-emission vehicles are essential to achieve clean air for all Californians. The state has set a target to sell only zero-emission new cars, SUVs and pickup trucks by 2035. California is committed to supporting the cleanest transportation while ensuring all communities benefit, especially those overburdened by air pollution.
What We Do
The California Air Resources Board typically has monthly meetings with the agenda available at least 10 days prior to the meeting date. Board Meetings are open to the public and also available are via webcast.
The next Joint Meeting between the California Air Resources Board, California Transportation Commission, and California Department of Housing and Community Development is scheduled for April 11, 2024.