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Clean Air & Transportation

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Welcome to the Florida Department of Transportation's (FDOT) Web site for information on clean air initiatives related to transportation. This Web page will be used to provide information and resources regarding how transportation facilities and services in Florida impact air quality. A helpful glossary of related terms is maintained by the Federal Highway Administration.

News and Announcements


Information about training opportunities and other announcements will be added here.

Our Partners


Other organizations and agencies are involved in helping keep Florida's air clean. They include:

Related Information and Links


  • Clean Air Act (CAA) - the term used to refer to federal air quality legislation enacted in 1955, 1963, 1967, 1970, 1977 and 1990 dealing with air quality and the stratospheric ozone layer.
  • Florida State Implementation Plan (SIP) - the Florida SIP identifies how Florida will attain and/or maintain air quality standards of the Clean Air Act.
  • Transportation Conformity - links maintained by FHWA to information about the process used to ensure that transportation investments conform to a state's air quality plan.
  • Air Quality - air quality links maintained by the Center for Environmental Excellence.
  • Air Quality - air quality links maintained by FHWA.
  • Air Pollutants - links maintained by EPA to information about specific air pollutants.
  • Ozone - information provided by EPA about ground-level and stratospheric ozone including health effects.
  • Transit Ozone-Reduction Strategies Toolbox - a list of ozone-reduction strategies that transit agencies, in cooperation with FDOT or metropolitan planning organizations (MPOs), can implement to reduce ozone emissions.
  • Conserve by Bicycling - a study to fulfill legislative mandates (Section 335.067, F.S.) in identifying ways increased use of bicycles could be promoted to save energy and achieve health benefits.
  • Transportation and Air Quality Committee of TRB - a committee of the Transportation Research Board dedicated to transportation-related air quality issues.

For further information contact Yvonne Arens or phone (850) 414-4816

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