The Brightline Air Quality Monitoring Program is an AB617 funded program to serve Eastern San Francisco communities in San Francisco. The primary objective of this program is to monitor the air quality that disadvantaged communities in San Francisco face. This monitoring program fills gaps in low-cost sensors in Eastern San Francisco communities of the Tenderloin, South of Market Street, and Chinatown. Brightline seeks to better understand the impact of industrial and stationary sources of pollution on the SoMa and Tenderloin community, and students worked on a literature and data review to assist. They reviewed permitted stationary sources of pollution and researched the different impacts of the stationary sources as well as the limitations of characterizing these sources. They also students explored how the impacts of stationary sources can be mitigated. Students generated a final report and a presentation slide deck to share their findings.