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CMAQ Annual Reports 1992-1998

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CMAQ - A Summary of Seventh Year Activities (FY 1998)

Author: Federal Highway Administration
Supporting Organizations: FHWA and FTA


CMAQ - A Summary of Sixth Year Activities (PDF - 101 KB)

Abstract: This summary of sixth year obligations includes: the distribution of funding among project categories, an assessment of emissions reductions analyses as required under the program guidance, as well as comments on general data trends reported by States under the CMAQ program. Also available are:

Author: Federal Highway Administration
Supporting Organizations: FHWA and FTA
Publication Year: 1999


CMAQ - A Summary of Fifth Year Activities (PDF - 152 KB)

Abstract: This summary of fifth year obligations includes: the distribution of funding among project categories, an assessment of emissions reductions analyses as required under the program guidance, as well as comments on general data trends reported by States under the CMAQ program. Also available in PDF format are:

Author: Federal Highway Administration
Supporting Organizations: FHWA and FTA
Publication Year: 1998


CMAQ FY 95 Program Annual Report

Abstract: The CMAQ FY 95 annual report summarizes the expenditure of CMAQ funds by each state in the Nation. The listing of CMAQ-funded proposals (both highway and transit) also provide emissions benefits in terms of kilograms per day of emissions removed from the atmosphere. In FY 95, the CMAQ obligation rate rose to 99.5 percent ($950 million) the highest ever for the program since its inception in FY 92. In addition, the flexibility of the CMAQ program was reflected by funding of transit proposals at 50.4 percent (highest of all categories) in FY 95 as in previous fiscal years. The number of proposals quantitatively assessed for emissions reductions was shown to be 75 percent of all projects funded under CMAQ in FY 95 (nearly three times the FY 92 rate of 28 percent).

Author: Federal Highway Administration
Supporting Organizations: FHWA and FTA
Publication Year: 1996

Contact: The Office of Natural Environment


CMAQ FY 94 Program Annual Report

Abstract: The CMAQ FY 94 Program Annual Report summarizes the expenditure of CMAQ funds by each state in the Nation. The listing of transportation projects also present numerical air quality benefits expressed in kg/day of emissions removed from the atmosphere. The report provides a national review of activities for six main categories of eligible transportation activities: 1) transit; 2) traffic flow improvements; 3) shared ride; 4) demand management; 5) pedestrian/bicycle; and 6) inspection and maintenance or other TCMs. The FY 94 CMAQ Annual Report shows that 40.4% of all CMAQ expenditures were for transit, while traffic flow improvement projects (e.g. intersection and signalization improvements) accounted for 34.1% of all CMAQ expenditures for FY 94. The third year of the CMAQ Program provided promising results, the States obligated $215 million more than the previous year (36% more than FY 93). In FY 94, the Nation obligated approximately $815 million out of the $962 million that was apportioned to the states (85 % obligation rate).

Author: Federal Highway Administration
Supporting Organizations: FHWA and FTA
Publication Year: 1995

Contact: The Office of Natural Environment


CMAQ FY 93 Program Annual Report

Abstract: The CMAQ FY 93 Program Annual Report summarizes the expenditure of CMAQ funds by each state in the Nation. The listing of transportation projects also present numerical air quality benefits expressed in kg/day of emissions removed from the atmosphere. The report provides a national review of activities for six main categories of eligible transportation activities: 1) transit; 2) traffic flow improvements; 3) shared ride; 4) demand management; 5) pedestrian/bicycle; and 6) inspection and maintenance or other TCMs. The FY 93 CMAQ Annual Report shows that 46.9% of all CMAQ expenditures were for transit, while traffic flow improvement projects (e.g. intersection and signalization improvements) accounted for 28.1% of all CMAQ expenditures for FY 93.

Author: Federal Highway Administration
Supporting Organizations: FHWA and FTA
Publication Year: 1995

Contact: The Office of Natural Environment


CMAQ FY 92 Program Annual Report

Abstract: The CMAQ FY 92 Program Annual Report summarizes the expenditure of CMAQ funds by each state in the Nation. The listing of transportation projects also present numerical air quality benefits expressed in kg/day of emissions removed from the atmosphere. The report provides a national review of activities for six main categories of eligible transportation activities: 1) transit; 2) traffic flow improvements; 3) shared ride; 4) demand management; 5) pedestrian/bicycle; and 6) inspection and maintenance or other TCMs. The FY 92 CMAQ Annual Report shows that 50.6% of all CMAQ expenditures were for transit, while traffic flow improvement projects (e.g. intersection and signalization improvements) accounted for 35.9% of all CMAQ expenditures for FY 92.

Author: Federal Highway Administration
Supporting Organizations: FHWA and FTA
Publication Year: 1993

Contact: The Office of Natural Environment

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