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Government Regulatory & DOT Links

If you’re in the market for traffic paint, you need to be aware of—and remain aware of—federal and state regulations and standards that affect traffic paint usage. To help, we’ve provided a  list of federal and state regulatory agencies and state departments of transportation below.

Traffic Paint VOC Limits Map 

Federal Agencies

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 

Lake Michigan Air Directors Consortium (LADCO) 

California Environmental Protection Agency Air Resources Board (CARB) 

South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD)

U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT)

State Departments of Transportation

Alabama DOT (ALDOT)

Alaska DOT and Public Facilities

Arizona DOT (ADOT)

Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department (AHTD)

California DOT  (Caltrans)

Connecticut DOT (CTDOT)

Delaware DOT (DELDOT)

Florida DOT (FDOT)

Georgia DOT (GDOT)

Hawaii DOT (HDOT)

Idaho Transportation Department (IDT)

Illinois DOT (IDOT)

Indiana DOT (INDOT)

Iowa DOT

Kansas DOT (KDOT)

Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC)

Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (LaDOTD)

Maine DOT (MaineDOT)

Maryland DOT (MDOT)

Massachusetts DOT (massDOT)

Michigan DOT (MDOT)

Minnesota DOT (MnDOT)

Mississippi DOT (MDOT)

Missouri DOT  (MoDOT)

Montana DOT (MDT)

Nebraska Department of Roads (NDOR)

Nevada DOT (NDOT)  

New Hampshire DOT (NHDOT)

New Jersey DOT (NJDOT)

New Mexico DOT (NMDOT)

New York State DOT(NYSDOT)

North Carolina DOT (NCDOT)

North Dakota DOT (NDDOT)


Oklahoma DOT (ODOT)

Oregon DOT (ODOT)

Pennsylvania DOT (PennDOT)

Rhode Island DOT (RIDOT)

South Carolina DOT (SCDOT)

South Dakota DOT (SDDOT)

Tennessee DOT (TDOT)

Texas DOT (TxDOT)


Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans)

Virginia DOT(VDOT)

Washington State DOT (WSDOT)

West Virginia DOT (WVDOT)

Wisconsin DOT (WisDOT) 

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