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Regions across California likely off the hook for 2020 caps on greenhouse-gas emissions from driving

A new report from the California Air Resources Board finds that regional transportation agencies need to do significantly more to reduce greenhouse gases from driving. (Hayne Palmour IV / San Diego Union-Tribune)

San Diego Union Tribune

Top air quality officials in California currently have no way to fully assess whether regions from San Diego to Sacramento are on track to meet 2020 targets for reining in greenhouse gases associated with daily driving. That’s according to a highly anticipated report from the California Air Resources Board released Monday — which found that statewide driving has skyrocketed following the recession through 2016.