Thursday, June 2, 2022

Public Comment Sought on Draft Nonattainment Enterprise 10-Year Plan by June 12

The Colorado Legislature passed SB21-260, which among other things created new enterprises that must create 10-Year Plans for investment. One of those enterprises, the Nonattainment Area Air Pollution Mitigation Enterprise (NAAPME), has released a draft 10-Year Plan for public comment. Comments are due on or before June 12, 2022 to

According to the 10-Year Plan:

The Nonattainment Area Air Pollution Mitigation Enterprise (NAAPME), or Nonattainment Enterprise, is one of four new enterprises created by the Colorado General Assembly through Senate Bill 21-260. The Enterprise was established by the legislature to fund projects that help address traffic congestion and reduce the environmental and health impacts of transportation in areas of the state that are federally designated as being in nonattainment with EPA’s air quality standards. The Enterprise is housed within the Colorado Department of Transportation and managed by a Board of Directors. 

As required within statute, the Enterprise’s 10-Year plan outlines the business purpose of the enterprise and establishes the overall direction for the use of these funds through state fiscal year 2031-32. This plan was designed to be flexible to changes in fee collection and market conditions, community needs, and other issues that could affect the business purpose of the Enterprise.

Read the full plan at

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