HB19-1261 set statewide goals for Greenhouse Gas (GHG) reductions compared to 2005 levels. The State’s GHG Pollution Reduction Roadmap, finalized in January 2021, identified strategies and GHG reduction goals for each sector, including transportation. SB21-260 requires CDOT and the Transportation Commission (TC) to develop new policies and procedures for CDOT and Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs) to address GHG emissions.
Medora Bornhoft presented an overarching guide to the impacts of the Greenhouse Gas Emissions Rulemaking on the NFRMPO at the September 2, 2021 Planning Council meeting. Watch the video below or download the presentation.
The NFRMPO Planning Council and TAC held a Work Session on September 16, 2021 to discuss the GHG Rule. Watch the video below or download the presentation.
The NFRMPO Planning Council approved substantive comments on the GHG Rule at their meeting on October 7, 2021. Watch the video below or download the comment letter, suggested redline, and presentation.
The NFRMPO Planning Council approved additional comments on the GHG Rule at their meeting on November 4, 2021. Watch the video below or download the comment letter and presentation.
- December 16, 2021: The Transportation Commission is scheduled to consider adoption of the GHG rule at their meeting on Thursday, December 16. A link to the livestream of the meeting will be available at: https://www.codot.gov/about/transportation-commission/meeting-agenda.
- Proposed Rules and Public Hearing Dates (CDOT)
- Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction Opportunities (CDOT)
- Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Transportation (CDPHE)
Medora Bornhoft, Transportation & Air Quality Planner III – email@example.com or (970) 289-8283.