Average Vehicle Ridership Assistance
OCTA’s Average Vehicle Ridership Services Save You Time and Money
Orange County employers with 250 or more employees are regulated by South Coast Air Quality Management District’s (SCAQMD) Rule 2202. Many employers establish their Average Vehicle Ridership (AVR) with OCTA’s assistance. OCTA provides the guidance, tools, calculations and data for the reports you’ll need to submit.
Your company will need to have a representative trained and certified with SCAQMD. OCTA provides free marketing classes periodically so that the certification can be maintained. We also provide opportunities for representatives from Orange County employers to network and share experiences.
The AVR services and network meetings are provided by OCTA at no cost to Orange County employers.
Check out upcoming Employee Transportation Coordinator(ETC) events, review plans for promotional campaigns and download resources via the Event & Campaign Calendar in the Employer Resources.