The Recommended Protocol For Evaluating The Location Of Sensitive Land Uses Adjacent To Major Roadways (Protocol) provides guidance to local land use planners on how to assess and disclose potential cancer risk of sensitive receptors exposed to diesel particulate matter from major roadways.
The AQMD Board of Directors approved major revisions to the Protocol and its Technical Appendix on October 23, 2008. The most recent Protocol reflects year 2011 emissions and traffic data from EMFAC2007.
- Recommended Protocol for Evaluating the Location of Sensitive Land Uses Adjacent to Major Roadways Ver. 2.4 January 2011 (PDF)
- 2.1 Technical Appendix 2009 (PDF)
- Highways with 100,000 AADT in Sacramento County (Oct. 2005) (PDF). (Please note that there are two roadways with ADT greater than 100,000 today that are not shown on the map: Watt Avenue between U.S. Highway 50 and Fair Oaks Boulevard, and Sunrise Boulevard between Folsom Boulevard and Fair Oaks Boulevard.)
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