AASHTO's Center for Environmental Excellence
The Center for Environmental Excellence by AASHTO, developed in
cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration, offers a wide
range of products and services to assist transportation agencies in
achieving environmental excellence in delivering their transportation
programs and projects.
Transportation and the Environment (CTE)
Part of the Institute for Transportation Research and Education at North
Carolina State University. Conducts extensive research, education and technology
transfer. Features a searchable database of environmental research in progress
and extensive links.
A web site project devoted to the theme of the confluence of transportation and the
environment. The project is also a national, multimedia initiative to chronicle the dynamic, evolving relationship between surface transportation and the environment through American history for the purpose of informing and engaging students, citizens, and professionals.
Co-sponsored by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the
Federal Transit Administration (FTA), this site is dedicated to case
studies, best practices, training and resource listings in achieving
a goal of developing transportation projects that fit harmoniously
within their communities without sacrificing safety or mobility
Part of FHWA's Planning, Environment and Realty (HEP) site, this
portion contains extensive information, publications, research and training. Includes air
quality, environmental justice, traffic noise, NEPA and project development,
CMAQ (Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality) and public involvement.
of Transportation and Air Quality (OTAQ)
This portion of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Web
site contains resources for education about controlling
air pollution from motor vehicles, engines, and the fuels used to
operate them. They also encourage travel choices that minimize
U.S. Department of
Energy - Transportation This portion of DOE's Web site explores advanced transportation
technologies that reduce the nation's use of imported oil and
improve air quality. Topics include hydrogen-powered fuel
cells, reducing emissions, and other emerging automotive
Transportation Policy Project (STPP)
The STPP states that its goal "is to ensure that transportation
policy and investments help conserve energy, protect environmental
and aesthetic quality, strengthen the economy, promote social
equity, and make communities more livable."
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