How should transportation plans address greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions? The Colorado Transportation Commission (TC) is proposing a GHG rule for transportation plans and is holding a public rulemaking hearing in Fort Collins tomorrow, September 30, to gather public feedback. You can attend in-person or virtually.
Christ United Methodist Church
301 East Drake Road
Fort Collins, CO 80525
View-only Virtual Link:
Thursday, September 30, 2021
After tomorrow’s hearing, the TC is holding three additional hybrid (in-person and virtual) rulemaking hearings in Glenwood Springs on 10/4, Firestone on 10/5, and Durango on 10/7. Attendance at each hearing is open to all, regardless of where you live. Visit https://www.codot.gov/business/rules/proposed-rules to learn how to attend upcoming hearings.
The NFRMPO is engaging in the TC’s rulemaking process for the GHG rule and is providing comments to support development of a data-driven, feasible, and effective rule. Information from the NFRMPO on the TC’s proposed rule, including recordings of presentations provided to the NFRMPO Planning Council, are available at https://nfrmpo.org/air-quality/ghg-rulemaking/.
The TC is scheduled to consider adoption of the proposed rule at their meeting on November 18, 2021. To learn more about the proposed rule, visit https://www.codot.gov/business/rules/proposed-rules. Written public comments can be submitted to the TC through October 15, 2021, by emailing DOT_Rules@state.co.us.