NARC held the 14th in a series of workshops on integrating air quality and transportation planning in Denver, CO on June 1, 2009. This workshop provided participants with information on regional approaches to setting GHG emissions reduction targets, including factors for consideration and methodologies used to set reduction targets.
It featured two panels, the first discussing the development of strategic GHG emissions reduction targets and the second discussing current and future EPA and FHWA modeling tools and methodologies. Panelists will examine how regions may approach GHG emissions modeling and targeting based on statewide plans as well as based on local or regional plans developed outside of a statewide framework.
Kathy Daniel, Federal Highway Administration
Doug Ito, California Air Resource Board
Hon. Jon Edney, Southern California Association of Governments
Gregg Thomas, City of Denver Department of Environmental Health
Jeff Houk, Federal Highway Administration
Andrea Denny, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Contact: Erika Young, Transportation Director, 202.986.1032 Ext: 215