Air Quality Planning
Under the Clean Air Acts, DRCOG has responsibilities to ensure its transportation plans and programs support air quality goals and meet air quality standards. DRCOG is required to show the fiscally constrained Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) and Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) help support our region's efforts to maintain or improve air quality before they are adopted or amended.
2040 Fiscally Constrained Regional Transportation Plan
The latest air quality conformity documents, relating to the 2040 fiscally constrained regional transportation plan, are available for review.
- DRCOG CO and PM10 Conformity Determination
- Denver Southern Subarea 8-Hour Ozone Conformity Determination
Air Quality and Metro Vision 2035
Metro Vision 2035 calls upon the region to reduce its transportation-related greenhouse gas emissions and a number of DRCOG transportation programs actively support that goal, including Way to Go, travel demand management, signal timing, bicycle and pedestrian planning, and transit planning.