Infrastructure: Energy – Texas In Focus

Infrastructure: Energy – Texas In Focus

“Texas has several large urban areas that do not meet the CAA requirements for carbon monoxide, particulate matter and ground-level ozone/smog. Specifically, El Paso does not meet the standards for carbon monoxide and particulate matter. Houston-Galveston-Brazoria, Dallas-Fort Worth, San Antonio and Beaumont-Port Arthur do not meet the standards for eight-hour ground-level ozone/smog. The ground-level ozone standard is 0.08 parts per million (ppm), as averaged over eight hours. Other areas including Austin, Corpus Christi and Victoria are close to violating CAAstandards.61 The communities listed above have different dates by which they must meet the CAA standards or risk losing billions of dollars in federal highway funding for their areas.62 “

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