|For Immediate Release
November 25, 2009
Bureau of Planning & Community Assistance
Public Information Office
|Congestion Mitigation And Air Quality Program Application Period Begins
The New Hampshire Department of Transportation (NHDOT) announces the start of the 2010 application cycle for the Congestion Mitigation & Air Quality (CMAQ) program. The CMAQ program is a federally funded grant program that has provided up to 80% of funds for the planning and construction of nearly 170 municipally managed transportation projects in New Hampshire since the mid-1990’s.
Examples of CMAQ projects include: alternative fueled vehicle fleet upgrades and fueling infrastructure, signal coordination/optimization projects, new transit services, and employer trip reduction programs. The schedule for the 2010 Application process is as follows:
More program details and the application package for the 2010 cycle may be found online at the Bureau of Planning & Community Assistance page or by contacting the Tom Jameson, Program Manager, at 271-3462 or [email protected] or William Rose, Senior Planner. at 271-3462 or [email protected].