A nonprofit organization working with the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) to promote common sense solutions.
As Georgia grows, so do its traffic congestion and air quality challenges. Addressing these challenges requires a full-range of strategies -- from strategic investments in new transportation supply to demand management strategies that ensure we are making the most efficient use of our transportation investments.
The Clean Air Campaign works under contract with Georgia DOT to deploy a suite of cost-effective demand management programs and services to Georgia employers, commuters and schools.
The Clean Air Campaign and its partners offer assistance to more than 1,600 employers to design and implement commute options programs that make business sense; protect public health; offer targeted incentives to commuters and employers; provide Smog Alert notifications; and work with elementary, middle and high schools to protect children from harmful pollution and empower children to take a positive role in reducing traffic and cleaning the air.
The Clean Air Campaign also secures private funding through corporate and foundation grants to conduct additional programs and expand its impact.
Each day, these efforts help reduce traffic by more than 1.4 million vehicle miles and keep 700 tons of pollution out of the air we breathe.
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