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Clean Air Act Advisory Committee (CAAAC)

Linking Land Use, Transportation, and Air Quality Subcommittee of the CAAAC

This subcommittee is currently inactive.

The Subcommittee on Linking Land Use, Transportation, and Air Quality provides advice and support to the Clean Air Act Advisory Committee and to EPA's Office of Air and Radiation (particularly the Office of Mobile Sources) on a number of key topics related to air quality.  Over the past several years, the Subcommittee has addressed a wide variety of policies, programs, issues, and problems across many diverse areas, including:

  1. Transportation and land use planning;
  2. Clean air communities and sustainable communities;
  3. Granting of SIP credits (including the quantification of air quality benefits from mobile source and land use measures);
  4. Public/private partnerships and mobile source outreach programs;
  5. Voluntary measures and mobile source incentive programs; and
  6. Clean fuels and innovative technologies.

The subcommittee is comprised of approximately 20 technical experts representing a broad range of backgrounds, including government, industry, law, academia, trade associations, and not-for-profit organizations.


Contact Information

Mr. Robert Larson
Office of Transportation and Air Quality, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Ann Arbor, MI  48105


Mr. Robert Wyman
Partner, Latham and Watkins
Los Angeles, CA  90071

Technical Staff Contact:
Mr. Michael Ball
Ann Arbor, MI  48105