Air Quality Planning

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NOACA’s Air Quality Planning & Programs are dedicated to improving air quality and increasing public awareness of the impact of air pollution. NOACA forecasts daily air quality for ground-level ozone and fine particulate matter and conducts air quality outreach activities. Additionally, NOACA staff perform conformity analyses for transportation projects. View the 2018-2021 TIP Air Quality Conformity Analyses (see Appendix C) here. Check-out our other plans and programs below.

 

air quality planning & Programs

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Air Quality Advisories
NOACA and its partners forecast Air Quality Advisories when air quality levels will be unhealthy for sensitive groups.

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Ozone State Implementation Plan

NOACA issues advisories on days when ground-level ozone levels are projected to exceed health-based standards and encourages the community to take steps to reduce ozone precursor emissions.

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Fine Particles (PM2.5) State Implementation Plan
NOACA forecasts daily levels of PM2.5 and encourages individuals to reduce particle pollution by considering alternatives to driving alone.
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Air Quality Trends Reports
NOACA issues yearly reports to present information on air quality trends in eight (8) northeast Ohio counties for six different pollutants.
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Congestion Mitigation & Air Quality (CMAQ) Program
The CMAQ program provides federal funding statewide for transportation projects located in the largest urban areas of Ohio that improve congestion and air quality.
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Gohio Commute
Gohio Commute is the premier ride planning, matching, and logging tool available for free! This interactive platform gives you the information you need to make smart choices – and save money, improve your health, and improve air quality. You can also connect with nearby commuters to share your ride. Just plan your trip, then watch the savings grow!
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Commuter Choice Awards 
NOACA's Commuter Choice Awards encourage people to try alternative modes of transportation.

NOACA also encourages anti-idling ordinances and provides anti-idling signs to communities and individuals for free. Contact us for more information.

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