Travel Activity Documentation -- 2003 San Joaquin Valley PM10 SIP

This page updated August 22, 2003.

On August 19, 2003, ARB submitted to U.S. EPA the San Joaquin Valley Unified Air Pollution Control District's (District) 2003 PM10 Plan. The 2003 PM10 Plan contains motor vehicle emissions budgets for 2005, 2008, and 2010. Upon a budget adequacy finding by U.S. EPA, these budgets must be used in transportation conformity determinations.

 

Pending PM10 Plan Budgets for 2005

(annual average tpd)

Pending PM10 Plan Budgets for 2008

(annual average tpd)

Pending PM10 Plan Budgets for 2010

(annual average tpd)

County

PM10

NOx

PM10

NOx

PM10

NOx

Fresno

14.1

42.6

13.3

36.4

16.2

29.7

Kern Valley (portion)

10.6

38.8

10.7

34.2

10.8

28.4

Kings

5.6

7.5

5.6

6.5

6.7

5.4

Madera

4.3

9.9

4.3

9.1

4.5

7.8

Merced

5.5

15.3

5.2

12.5

5.3

9.9

San Joaquin

9.0

28.9

9.0

23.4

9.2

18.3

Stanislaus

6.5

22.5

6.1

18.7

6.1

14.9

Tulare

8.7

23.6

7.9

20.1

8.9

16.4

These budgets were developed in close coordination with the San Joaquin Valley transportation agencies and are based on the latest data available at time of budget development. The following links provide more detailed information regarding the data, methodologies, model runs, and results used in the development of these budgets.

Summary of VMT and Vehicle Population Data used in the 2003 PM10 Plan
(includes data used in both the Amended 2002/2005 ROP and 2003 PM10 Plan)

 

(Excel 97 -- 16.5 KB)

Summary of the Motor Vehicle Emission Budget Derivation

 

(Excel 97 -- 27.5 KB)

Vehicle Activity Information:
Raw Data, VMT Matching Methodologies
(includes data and methods used in both the Amended 2002/2005 ROP and 2003 PM10 Plan)

 

(Excel 97 -- 588 KB)

Motor Vehicle Emission Factor Model used for the 2003 PM10 Plan:
EMFAC2002 v2.2 (September 23, 2002)

 

(Executable -- 3.75 MB)

Baseline Motor Vehicle Inventory Files for 2003 PM10 Plan
This .zip file includes explanations of the methodologies, EMFAC model input and output files, and excel worksheets used to summarize the data.

 

(WinZip -- 1.5 MB)

Off-Model I/M Adjustments to Account for Additional Areas Being Added Into the I/M Program
(includes data and methods used in both the Amended 2002/2005 ROP and 2003 PM10 Plan)  This .zip file also includes explanations of the methodologies, EMFAC model input and output files, and Excel worksheets used to perform I/M adjustment calculations.

 

(WinZip -- 972 KB)

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