Air Quality Program

The Air Quality Program is part of the Environment and Air Quality Division at the Texas A&M Transportation Institute. The researchers of the Air Quality Program focus on transportation-related air quality and allied considerations, covering a range of topics such as mobile source emissions (including greenhouse gases), transportation sustainability, energy and climate change.

Additionally, the Air Quality Program also performs real-world emissions and fuel consumption testing on vehicles using a range of state-of-the-art equipment and testing facilities, including the Environmental & Emissions Research Facility.

Their work can therefore be broadly classified as follows:

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The Air Quality Program conducts a research program and study issues to more effectively evaluate potential air quality strategies and policies, emission reduction measures, and new technologies or applications that may aid in the improvement of air quality.The center also conducts research in the area of sustainable transportation.

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