CONFORMITY HELP

 

Conformity 101 Training Available On-Line. FHWA has made a short course titled "What is Conformity?" available on-line. This course is intended for transportation and air quality practitioners who are new to transportation conformity, those looking for a refresher, or others who only need a brief overview of the rule. The session is approximately 27 minutes long. Handouts are available for download at the same site.

You can access the training at: https://connectdot.connectsolutions.com/whatisconformity

A variety of conformity guidance documents are available online, including:

  • Interim Guidance for Implementing the Transportation Conformity Provisions in the Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy For Users (SAFETEA-LU)
  • U.S. EPA Transportation Conformity
  • U.S. EPA Transportation Conformity Policy Guidance
  • U.S. DOT Transportation Conformity Requirements Inception to Date
  • U.S. EPA General Conformity Regulations
  • State and Federal Regulations are listed below:

  • State Conformity Regulations (PDF) (18 AAC 50.700 - 50.735)
  • Federal Transportation Conformity
  • Federal General Conformity
  • Glossary of Conformity Terms (PDF) from May 2006 training class.

    If your project is located outside of a nonattainment area or maintenance area, the responsible project manager needs to assemble the information for the project detailed in the "Letter Confirming Project is Located Outside of a Nonattainment/Maintenance Area" (PDF) and submit it to the following email address: cindy.heil@alaska.gov. Contact Cindy Heil at ADEC, phone: 907-269-7579.

  • In some cases, projects may be located in areas about to be designated 'nonattainment' and for that reason, information on the start date of the project will be needed.
  • In cases where the project is close to a nonattainment / maintenance boundary, additional information on the boundaries of the project will be needed.