Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program

The Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement (CMAQ) Program is a federally-funded program of surface transportation improvements designed to improve air quality and mitigate congestion. The program description document contains more information on the program and the types of projects it funds.

A new call for projects opened on January 15, 2019 along with the TAP-L and STP-Share Fund programs. Learn more about the call for projects and RSVP for two informational webinars on January 15 and 17, here.

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Project Selection Committee - Committee background and membership.

Meeting Materials - Agendas, materials and meeting minutes for PSC meetings.

Program Management and Resources - Resources for sponsors of currently programmed projects, including project status reports and information on project change requests, Active Program Management, and Focused Programming.

Project Contacts - Contact for information for Council of Mayors planning liaisons (PLs) and the City of Chicago Department of Transportation.

Historical Program Development - Information on past Call for Projects.

FAQ - CMAQ Frequently Asked Questions about the CMAQ program, applications, and Active Program Management.

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