Published September 2016
The City of Corpus Christi/Nueces County Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC), in partnership with the Corpus Christi Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) and with technical assistance from Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) conducted a hazardous materials (hazmat) commodity flow study (CFS) in 2016 to update a previous CFS for the area from 2010. The impetus for this work arose when decision makers in the region raised the question as to whether undertaking a routing process for hazardous materials truck traffic would minimize risk on the new Harbor Bridge. Upon investigation, local transportation and emergency planners determined that updated commodity flow data were needed to make such a determination.HAZARDOUS MATERIALS/TRUCK TRAFFIC STUDY 2016
As submitted by the Coastal Bend Air Quality Partnership (Year 7 - May 2021 - Uploaded May 17, 2022)
These reports fulfills the annual reporting requirements of the 8 Hour O3FLEX Memorandum of Agreement approved on October 23, 2007 for the Corpus Christi Air Shed.
The Ozone Annual Reports are provided by the Coastal Bend Air Quality Partnership formally the Corpus Christi Air Quality Group. Sharon Bailey Murphy is the Executive Director of the Partnership. Partership participants include the City of Corpus Christi, Nueces County, Corpus Christi Regional Transportation Authority, Corpus Christi Metropolitan Planning Organization and the Port of Corpus Christi Port Authority provide funding annually to sponsor functions of the Partnership. The Partnership meets quarterly and all meetings are open to the public.YEAR 7 - MAY 2021