The DCHC MPO requests public input on the draft Transportation Conformity Determination Report. Citizens could send their comments to Andy Henry, firstname.lastname@example.org, (919) 560-4366, ext. 36419, through October 22, 2019 Citizens were also invited to speak directly to the MPO Board at a public hearing for the CDR on October 9, 2019, 9am, Committee Room, 2nd floor of Durham City Hall (101 City Hall Plaza, Durham, NC, 27701). Note: citizens with special needs who need transportation to this meeting or assistance to communicate at the meeting could contact Mr. Henry.
The Transportation Conformity Determination Report (AQ-CDR) demonstrates that certain pollutant emissions from the future transportation sector will not exceed a specified threshold. Although the Triangle area is in attainment for all of the controlled emissions, the area is in a maintenance program for ozone and therefore must demonstrate conformity for nitrous oxides, which help create ozone.
A copy of the report is available on the following link: