TRAQ Disclaimer

Disclaimer

TRAQ has been designed only for the first-pass screening of air quality impacts in connection with road projects when preparing an environmental impact assessment for or on behalf of Roads and Maritime Services (Roads and Maritime). TRAQ does not provide accurate air quality assessments but rather uses worst-case scenarios to determine whether or not more detailed assessment is required. TRAQ is not suitable for other purposes.

Acknowledgements and Third Party Licence Terms

TRAQ was created for Roads and Maritime in 2005 by Australian Air Quality Alliance, Holmes Air Science, Parsons Brinckerhoff and CSIRO. It was subsequently further modified by Sinclair Knight Merz in 2011.

TRAQ links to CALINE-4 which is owned by the California Department of Transportation (“Caltrans”). By using TRAQ you agree to Caltrans’ software licence available at http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/env/air/pages/cl_license.htm

TRAQ incorporates the National Greenhouse Accounts Factors prepared by the Commonwealth Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency (“DCCEE”) which is reproduced under Creative Commons Attribution Licence (3.0 Australia) available at http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/au

TRAQ also incorporates air quality data by permission from the NSW Environment Protection Authority.

TRAQ has been developed as tool for first-pass screening of air quality impacts in connection with road projects when preparing an environmental impact assessment for RMS. TRAQ does not provide accurate air quality assessments but rather uses worst-case scenarios to determine whether or not more detailed assessment is required.  TRAQ is not suitable for other purposes and Users rely on TRAQ for other purposes at their own risk.

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