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Year Nine Report

North Carolina

STATE REPORT
SUBMIT
APPORTION.
AMOUNT
OBLIGATED
AMOUNT
OBLIG %
North Carolina1/10/2003$18,564,468$21,652,056117 %
North Carolina
$ PROJECT
AMOUNT
PROJECT
TYPE
PROJECT TITLE & DESCRIPTION VOC
(KG/DAY)
CO
(KG/DAY)
NOx
(KG/DAY)
PM-10
(KG/DAY)
$3,000,000 I/M and Other TCMsVehicle Emission Compliance System for the Inspection and Maintenance Program
I/M or Other TCM Project - I/M - Operating - 1st Year
This is a FY 1997 CMAQ project. The air quality emissions benefit was provided in FY 1997
QA      
$471,852 Traffic Flow ImprovementsCharolotte ITS Integration
Traffic Flow Project - Intelligent Transportation Systems - Traffic Signal Improvements - Coordination/Timing
23 307 3  
$438,764 Traffic Flow ImprovementsWinston-Salem Traffic Computer System
Traffic Flow Project - Intelligent Transportation Systems - Traveler Information Systems
No air quality emissions benefits were provided for NOx
8 39    
$320,000 Traffic Flow ImprovementsHigh Point Computerize and Traffic Signal
Traffic Flow Project - Intelligent Transportation Systems - Traffic Signal Improvements - Interconnects
This is a 1993 CMAQ project. AAEB was provided in FY 1996.
QA      
$103,840 Traffic Flow ImprovementsITS Charlotte I-77 to South Carolina State Line North of I-851
Traffic Flow Project - Intelligent Transportation Systems - Other
This is a FY 1999 CMAQ project. The air quality emissions benefit was provided in FY 1999.
QA      
$80,000 Traffic Flow ImprovementsArchdale-High Point Intersection Improvements to SR 1592
Traffic Flow Project - Traffic Engineering - intersection improvements - Other
No air quality emissions benefit is available
QA      
$48,000 Traffic Flow ImprovementsComputerized Traffic System for US 64 Raleigh
Traffic Flow Project - Intelligent Transportation Systems - Traveler Information Systems
This is a FY 1999 CMAQ project. The sir quality benefits were provided in FY 1999.
QA      
$28,000 Traffic Flow ImprovementsUS 64 to Knightdale
Traffic Flow Project - Other
This is a FY 1999 CMAQ project. The air quality emissions benefit was provided in FY 1999.
QA      
$6,000,000 TransitBus Transfer/Admin RTP Park/Ride Durham
Transit Project - Operating Assistance (New or Expanded Service) - Bus - Expanded Service - 1st Year
3 49 2  
$3,433,120 TransitTransit Authority Bus Project
Transit Project - Purchase or Modification of Conventionally Fueled Vehicles - Bus - New
3 6 18 7
$3,161,600 TransitCity of Raleigh Bus Project
Transit Project - Purchase or Modification of Conventionally Fueled Vehicles - Bus - New
No air quality emissions benefit provided for CO and VOC
QA QA 20 6
$1,576,400 TransitCity of Raleigh Bus Project
Transit Project - Purchase or Modification of Conventionally Fueled Vehicles - Bus - New
There were no air quality emissions benefit provided for CO and VOC
    20 6
$1,491,600 TransitCity of Charlotte Bus Project
Transit Project - Purchase or Modification of Conventionally Fueled Vehicles - Bus - New
26 198 11  
$862,880 TransitWinston-Salem transit Authority Bus Project
Transit Project - Purchase or Modification of Conventionally Fueled Vehicles - Bus - New
3 6 18 7
$636,000 TransitBuses for Durham Transit Auhtority
Transit Project - Purchase or Modification of Conventionally Fueled Vehicles - Bus - New
7 67 5  
  APPORTION.
AMOUNT
OBLIGATED
AMOUNT
OBLIG %
Nationwide Totals $1,652,593,968$1,757,819,034106 %

* States without ozone or CO Nonattainment or maintenance areas
QA - Qualitative Assessment
PR - Previously Reported
c - Changed benefit from previous year

Updated: 07/06/2011
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