Go green by employing alternative transportation.
At 57%, tailpipe emissions are the single greatest source of greenhouse gas emissions in Del Mar. The emissions come from travel within city limits as well as trips outside of Del Mar’s boundaries that either start or end within city limits.
The City of Del Mar supports alternative transportation strategies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by reducing vehicle miles and the burning of fossil fuels by residents, visitors and employees within the City.
These transportation strategies include reducing single-passenger vehicle trips, making streets and sidewalks more bicycle- and pedestrian-friendly, and advocating for improved public transit service.
- Del Mar Public Transportation
- iCommute (carpool, vanpool, bike, telecommute)
- City of Del Mar Complete Streets Plan (PDF) – retrofit major corridors to consider every transportation mode (walking, bicycling, and driving) when designing streets.
- Bicycle Strategies
- Energy Efficient Vehicles
- Five electric vehicle charging stations in Del Mar Civic Center parking garage
- Preferential parking for clean vehicles
- EV vehicle rebates
- Pedestrian Mobility Plans
- Traffic Calming