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Final State Implementation Plan (SIP) Revision for the Attainment and Maintenance of the Carbon Monoxide and One-Hour Ozone National Ambient Air Quality Standards

New Jersey Revised Motor Vehicle Transportation Conformity Budgets Using the MOBILE6 Model

This document establishes updated transportation conformity budgets for New Jersey's Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs) because of changes to emission prediction models. The transportation conformity budgets for carbon monoxide need to be updated because of the change in the United States Environmental Protection Agency's (USEPA) emission factor prediction model from MOBILE5 to MOBILE6. The transportation conformity budgets for the ozone precursors, volatile organic compounds and oxides of nitrogen, need to be updated because of an update to the vehicle registration data used in the emission prediction models. This State Implementation Plan (SIP) revision does not affect any of the planned or implemented control measures for carbon monoxide or the ozone precursors. In addition, this SIP revision does not change the conclusions of the current maintenance plans for carbon monoxide or the attainment plans for ozone. This SIP revision is necessary to enable the MPO's to meet their requirements under the Federal transportation conformity rule.

Item Description Downloadable Files
SIP Revision Final State Implementation Plan (SIP) Revision for the Attainment and Maintenance of the Carbon Monoxide and One-Hour Ozone National Ambient Air Quality Standards

Final_2004 CO Main Document.doc

Appendix I

Carbon Monoxide Transportation Conformity Budgets - Computer Files Used to Estimate On-Road Mobile Source Emissions for the Updated Carbon Monoxide Budgets

NOTE: APPENDIX I IS UNCHANGED FROM THE PROPOSED VERSION

Appendix I Zip Files

Appendix II VOC and NOx Transportation Conformity Budgets - Computer Files Used to Estimate On-Road Mobile Source Emissions for the Updated VOC and NOx Budgets

NOTE: APPENDIX II IS UNCHANGED FROM THE PROPOSED VERSION

Appendix II Zip Files

Appendix III Public Participation Documents

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