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CMAQ Air Quality Program

Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) is a federal funding source created to assist areas in attaining or maintaining air quality standards under the Clean Air Act, by reducing mobile transportation emissions.  In Michigan, the CMAQ program is administered by the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT).  

 

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All CMAQ projects must meet three eligibility requirements:
· Have a transportation focus
· Reduce air emissions
· Be located in or benefits a non-attainment or maintenance area

  

  

Applications to use CMAQ funds for 2021-2023 have been submitted and meetings have been scheduled for each county to select projects.

The Links to the CMAQ meetings contain the submitted applications. 

This page last updated on 2/14/2019.
CMAQ INFORMATION

CMAQ Meetings

Berrien County  1/16/2019

Cass County  1/08/2019

Van Buren County  1/10/2019

 

 

2019-2020 Program

2019 & 2020 Programmed Projects

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2021-2023 Call for Projects

Call for Projects Information Packet

Project Application

(Fillable Word Doc)

Berrien County Air Quality Conformity Analysis

Draft Document for Public Comment

Submit Comments Here 

 
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376 West Main Street  Suite 130  Benton Harbor, MI 49022-3651
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