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Baltimore Traffic Study


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This project assesses community exposures to mobile source generated air toxics in a row house in urban Baltimore, Maryland. The investigators are collecting indoor, outdoor, and personal air quality measurements at the row house and in the neighborhood community. The purpose is to determine the mobile source contribution to exposures in a potential urban hot spot location. The project is being funded by the EPA (Office of Transportation and Air Quality and Office of Research and Development).

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