Non-Single Occupancy Vehicle (SOV) Travel Measure
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Non-Single Occupancy Vehicle (SOV) Travel Measure

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      Measurement of non-SOV travel in specific urbanized areas. This may include travel via carpool, van, public transportation, commuter rail, walking, or bicycling as well as telecommuting. Read the final rule in the Federal Register [82 FR 5970 (January 18, 2017)]. Initially, the rule applies to urbanized areas of more than 1 million people that are also in nonattainment or maintenance areas for ozone, carbon monoxide or particulate matter. In the second performance period (which begins on January 1, 2022), the population threshold changes to areas of more than 200,000. All States and MPOs with NHS mileage that overlaps within an applicable urbanized area must coordinate on a single, unified target and report on the measures for that area. This measure will help carry out the Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement (CMAQ) Program. The program recognizes investments that increase multimodal solutions and vehicle occupancy levels as strategies to reduce both criteria pollutant emissions and congestion. [23 CFR 490.707(b)]
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