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Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (CMAQ)

The Baltimore Regional Transportation Board’s (BRTB) Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) Improvement Program competitively selects projects that can help the Baltimore region reduce emissions from mobile sources and meet National Ambient Air Quality Standards. CMAQ eligible projects must be able to reduce air pollution emissions and in some cases reduce traffic congestion. The CMAQ program is administered by the Federal Highway Administration and the Federal Transit Administration and is provided to state and local governments.

The call for project applications is currently closed.

Previously-Selected Projects

The following table provides a listing of projects that were selected by the BRTB to receive federal CMAQ funds during prior rounds of funding through the BRTB CMAQ Competitive Selection Process. Once the projects receive BRTB approval, the project sponsors must then apply for and received approval from FHWA or FTA before moving forward and putting the project out for bid.

>> See Previously Selected Projects 

>> Download the Application Guide 

Bicycle/Pedestrian Project Technical Form

Traffic Flow Improvement Project Technical Form

Clean Vehicle Project Technical Form

Diesel Retrofit Project Technical Form

Idle Reduction Project Technical Form

Travel Demand Management Project Technical Form

Other Project Type Technical Form

 

For more information:
Sara Tomlinson, stomlinson@baltometro.org 

Last Updated on Friday, 26 June 2015 14:40