Skip to content U.S. Department of Transportation/Federal Highway AdministrationU.S. Department of Transportation/Federal Highway Administration

Office of Planning, Environment, & Realty (HEP)
PlanningEnvironmentReal Estate

HEP Events Guidance Publications Awards Contacts

PM2.5 PROJECT LEVEL CONFORMITY DETERMINATION FOR CORRIDOR X

Table of Contents

APD-471(038)

IM-I065 (303

Birmingham, Alabama

Alabama Department of Transportation

Environmental Technical Section

June, 2007

  1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
  2. PURPOSE OF THIS DOCUMENT
  3. INTERSTATE 65 / CORRIDOR X PROJECT
    1. GENERAL OVERVIEW
    2. RELEVANT NEPA DOCUMENTS
    3. BUILT AND NATURAL ENVIRONMENT
    4. DETAILED PROJECT DESCRIPTION
  4. PM2.5 REQUIREMENTS BACKGROUND
    1. WHAT IS FINE PARTICULATE MATTER (PM2.5)?
    2. STATUTORY AND REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS FOR PM HOT SPOT ANALYSIS
  5. INTERAGENCY CONSULTATION REVIEW
  6. PM2.5 REGIONAL CONFORMITY DETERMINATION
  7. PM2.5 HOT-SPOT ANALYSIS
    1. ANALYSIS METHOD
    2. DATA CONSIDERATIONS
    3. OTHER PM2.5 CONSIDERATIONS
    4. TRAFFIC CONDITIONS
    5. AIR QUALITY STUDIES
    6. YEAR OR YEARS OF PEAK EMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS
    7. YEAR OR YEARS OF PEAK EMISSIONS DETERMINATION
    8. MONITOR COMPARISONS
  8. CONCLUSION
  1. APPENDIX A - CMZ PM2.5 Concentration Values & Multiyear PM2.5 Design Values
  2. APPENDIX B - Average Annual PM2.5 Concentrations
  3. APPENDIX C - Monitoring Site Locations
Updated: 07/06/2011
HEP Home Planning Environment Real Estate
Federal Highway Administration | 1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE | Washington, DC 20590 | 202-366-4000