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:
- Air Quality and Greenhouse Gas Emissions Research
- Transportation Sustainability Research
- Emissions and Fuel Efficiency Testing