FHWA - Federal HighWay Administration

Who's Talking

"Because the It All Adds Up steps are voluntary and easy to do, they're easy to introduce. We think it's catching on. We hear people saying they like doing something small that can make a difference."
Lou Pocalujka, Consumers Energy, Michigan's chief public utility company and coalition partner of the West Michigan Shoreline Regional Development Commission, MI

Resources for Individuals

Resources for Individuals

Doing your part to improve air quality and reduce traffic congestion is easy. Trip chaining—combining your errands into one trip, maintaining your vehicle, refueling in the evening, sharing a ride, carpooling, or taking the bus are just a few of the simple steps you can take to help clean the air.

Sharing what you know is important, too. The following resources can help:

Many national, state, and local organizations are working to promote solutions to our nation's air quality and traffic congestion problems. Find out who you can contact for more information.