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MOVES and Related Models

MOVES Versions in Limited Current Use

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This information is for users who:
  • are completing work already started with MOVES2014 or MOVES2014a,
  • need to review documentation for these models.
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Important Note About MOVES Versions

In general, states should use EPA’s latest model, MOVES2014b, for new SIP development or transportation conformity analyses outside of California to take advantage of the improvements that have been included in it.

Users should consult the Federal Register Notice of Availability for MOVES2014 and the Policy Guidance on the Use of MOVES2014 and Subsequent Minor Revisions (both available on the MOVES2014 latest version page) before doing any additional work with MOVES2014, MOVES2014a or any version of MOVES2010.

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General Information about MOVES2014

MOVES2014a User Documents and Tools

Downloading MOVES2014a

  • Download the December 2017 Update to MOVES2014a (EXE) (60 MB, revised April 2018) The December 2017 Update to MOVES2014a is the third update to MOVES2014a .
  • After downloading the setup file, run MOVES2014a-Setup-20180423.exe and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the MOVES2014a installation.

MOVES2014 User Documents and Tools

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Downloading MOVES2014

  • Download MOVES2014 (EXE)(1 pg, 72 MB, May 2015) This application installs the October 2014 release of MOVES2014 with additional updates to configuration and postprocessing scripts. After downloading the setup file, run moves2014-cb6-setup.exe and follow the instructions to complete the MOVES2014 installation.
    NOTE: This release includes May 2015 CB6 and CB05 chemical mechanisms that speciate inventory emissions for input into chemical transport air quality models.  However, we have found errors in this function. Modelers who will be using MOVES results as input to chemical transport air quality models should consult with EPA or use MOVES2014a.

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