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The State of New Jersey

Department of Environmental Protection


State Implementation Plan Revision for the

Attainment and Maintenance of the 1-Hour

Ozone National Ambient Air Quality Standard

Update to Meeting the Requirements

Of the Alternative Ozone Attainment

Demonstration Policy:

Additional Emission Reductions,

Reasonably Available Control Measure Analysis,

And Mid-Course Review

Appendix III:

Reasonably Available Control Measures Analysis

Attachment A:

Sources to Identify Potential TCMs

June 18, 2001

Sources to Identify Potential TCMs

  1. “RACM Analysis for Four Serious Areas Designated Non attainment for 1-hr. Ozone NAAQS,” EPA Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards and Office of Transportation and Air Quality, October 12, 2000.

  2. “Serious and Severe Ozone Non Attainment Areas: Information on Emissions, Control Measures Adopted or Planned and Other Available Control Measures,” USEPA, November 24, 1999.

  3. Letter from K. Callahan, EPA Region 2, January 18, 2001.

  4. Letter from Robert E. Yuhnke to Paul Truchan, February 14, 2000

  5. Section 108(f) of the Clean Air Act.

  6. Proposed Guidance on Reasonably Available Transportation Control Measures that Should be Included in Attainment SIP Demonstrations, M. Replogle, March 28, 2000.

  7. EPA Guidance: Improving Air Quality Through Land Use Activities, Transportation and Regional Programs Division, January 2001

  8. Prior New Jersey DOT TCM identification process and analyses.

  1. Transportation Choices 2025: New Jersey Long-Range Transportation Plan Update (March 2001)

  2. TCM Analysis completed for 1993 SIP (Technical Report published April 18, 1995)

  3. Statewide Analysis of Local TCMs for Emissions Benefits (October 29, 1993)

  1. Review of prior TCM and related investigations.

  1. Control Measure Evaluations Prepared for South Central and Reading-Lehigh Valley Pennsylvania Ozone Stakeholders Groups, Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, December 1999.

  2. Economic Effects of Adopting a Low Emission Vehicle Program in Maryland, American Lung Association of Maryland, February 1993.

  3. Methodologies for Estimating Emission and Travel Activity Effects of TCMs, USEPA, July 1994.

  4. The Effects of Urban Form on Travel and Emissions: A Review and Synthesis of the Literature, USEPA, April 17, 1998.

  5. Connecticut TCM Evaluation Study: Final Report, Greater Hartford Rideshare Corporation, December 1994.

  6. Transportation and Environmental Analysis of the Atlantic Steel Development Proposal (draft), USEPA, May 10, 1999.

  7. Transportation Related Land Use Strategies to Minimize Motor Vehicle Emissions, California Environmental Protection Agency, June 1995.

  8. Sketch Planning Guide for TCM Analysis, Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, July 1994.

  9. Workshop on Quantifying Air Quality and Other Benefits and Costs of Transportation Control Measures, National Cooperative Highway Research Program, October 1995.

  10. Making the Connections: A Summary of the LUTRAQ Project, 1000 Friends of Oregon, February 1997.

  11. Market Based Initiatives for Controlling Emissions from Motor Vehicles, Consortium for Regional Sustainability, October 1994.

  12. Cost Effectiveness of Travel Demand Management Programs, Maryland-National Capital Parks & Planning Commission, May 1990.

  13. A Manual of Regional Transportation Modeling Practice for Air Quality Analysis, National Association of Regional Councils, July 1993.

  14. Maricopa County Regional Trip Reduction Program: Cost Study and Analysis, Maricopa County, May 1995.

  15. Application of FHWA Travel Demand Management Evaluation Model for Transportation Management Strategy Analysis, Chicago Area Transportation Study, January 1998.

  16. Evaluation of Travel Demand Management Measures to Relieve Congestion, USDOT/FHWA, February 1990.

  17. Guidelines for the Evaluation of TCM Impacts, Dagang & Loudon, Transportation Research Board, January 1994.

  18. Analyzing the “Cashing Out” Approach to Congestion Pricing, DeCorla-Souza, Transportation Research Board, January 1994.

  19. A Critique of MPO Capabilities for Modeling TCMs in California, Institute of Transportation Studies, Johnston and Rodier, Transportation Research Board, January 1994.

  20. Current Problems in Performing Accurate Cost-Benefit Evaluations of Employer Based Vehicle Trip Reduction Programs, Steward, Transportation Research Board, January 1994.

  21. A Framework for Evaluating TCMs: Mobility, Air Quality, and Energy Consumption Tradeoffs, Euritt, et al., Transportation Research Board, January 1994.

  22. The Feasibility of Employee Trip Reduction as a Regional Transportation Control Measure, Lupa, Transportation Research Board, January 1994.

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