Sustainable Transportation: Cycling, Walking, and Public Transportation
According to Berkeley's most recent greenhouse gas emission inventory, vehicle trips (including cars, trucks, buses and motorcycles) within Berkeley city limits account for 47% of Berkeley's total greenhouse gas emissions. In fact, gasoline consumption in automobiles is the single largest source of emissions in Berkeley. Learn how Berkeley is shifting the balance away from a dependence on driving and toward sustainable transportation modes.
City of Berkeley
BART Bay Area Rapid Transit system. Includes maps, schedules and trip planning.
AC Transit Local bus system for Alameda County. Includes routes, schedules and next bus indicator.
511 Public Transporatation Trip Planning 511 is a one-stop phone and web source for up-to-the-minute transportation information. It's free and available 24/7 – from anywhere in the nine-county Bay Area.
Other Related Topics
- Climate Action Plan
Adopted by the Berkeley City Council on June 2, 2009, the Berkeley Climate Action Plan is the result of the community-based climate action campaign that the Berkeley voters set in motion. The plan is rooted in the vision for a sustainable Berkeley that not only reduces greenhouse gas emissions but also creates a local vibrant, healthy community.
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