The purpose of the Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement (CMAQ) Program is to provide federal funding to projects and programs designed to assist nonattainment and maintenance areas in complying with air quality standards. MAG conducts a project evaluation to estimate the emissions reductions and cost-effectiveness of proposed CMAQ projects. The CMAQ Methodologies are utilized to calculate the estimated emissions reductions and cost-effectiveness. The project evaluations assist technical and modal committees in the review process prior to recommending projects for addition to the Transportation Improvement Program.
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Air Quality Planning Program Specialist IV
Transportation Improvement Program Manager