Nonattainment Area Air Pollution Mitigation Enterprise

The Enterprise mitigates the environmental and health impacts of increased air pollution from motor vehicle emissions in nonattainment areas.

About the Nonattainment Area Air Pollution Mitigation Enterprise

This Enterprise was created within the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) to support mitigation of the environmental and health impacts of increased air pollution from motor vehicle emissions in nonattainment areas that results from the rapid and continuing growth in retail deliveries made by motor vehicles and in prearranged rides provided by transportation network companies.

Enterprise funding is for eligible projects that reduce traffic, including demand management projects that encourage alternatives to driving alone or that directly reduce air pollution, such as retrofitting of construction equipment, construction of roadside vegetation barriers, and planting trees along (CRS 43-4-1303).


Nonattainment Area Air Pollution Mitigation Enterprise Governing Board

The Nonattainment Area Air Pollution Mitigation Enterprise Board consists of up to seven (7) members, appointed as follows:

  • Danielle “Stacy” Suniga (Greeley, Colorado) - Serves as an individual with expertise on environmental, environmental justice, or public health issues
  • Lynn Baca (Brighton, Colorado) - Serves as an elected official of a disproportionately impacted community that is a member of the Denver Regional Council of Governments
  • Kristin Stephens (Fort Collins, Colorado) - Serves as an elected official of a local government that is a member of the North Front Range Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Yessica Holguin (Denver, Colorado) - Serves as a representative of disproportionately impacted communities
  • Leanne Wheeler (Aurora, Colorado) - Serves as a representative of disproportionately impacted communities
  • Shoshana Lew - Executive Director (CDOT)
  • Dena Wojtach - Executive Director Designee (CDPHE)