AQMD Fall 2020 CSUF Commute Survey

To comply with local air quality regulations, CSUF must conduct an annual employee commute survey and submit an employee commute reduction plan to the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD). The purpose of the survey is to measure the effectiveness of the University's efforts to reduce the number of single-occupancy vehicle trips and attain a 1.5 average vehicle ridership (AVR) to improve air quality in Southern California.

All employees who start work between the hours of 6-10 am will be identified, and a random sample will be selected from this group. Department collectors have been appointed to distribute notifications and survey instructions to the selected employees. The survey will open on Thursday, October 15th and must be completed by Friday, October 23rd. Participants will be asked information about their telecommute or commute to work for the week of October 12th – October 16th.


Participant Phases
Status Phase Description
Not Active Survey is closed
October 15 (12:00 AM) - October 23 (11:59 PM)
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Collector Phases
Status Phase Description
Phase 1 not active PHASE 1
Identify who is in the window
September 8 (12:00 AM) - September 21 (12:00 PM)
Phase 1B not active PHASE 1B
Verify email addresses
September 22 (12:00 AM) - October 5 (10:31 AM)
Phase 3 not active PHASE 3
Monitor People who have not filled in the survey
October 15 (12:00 AM) - October 23 (11:59 PM)
Phase 4 not active PHASE 4
Work schedule data collection
November 2 (12:00 AM) - November 13 (11:59 PM)

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