The control strategies described in this report are intended to reduce the amount of volatile organic compounds emitted in the New Orleans, Baton Rouge, and Shreveport metropolitan areas in Louisiana. The oxidant air quality design values used for the control strategy development are .15 ppm, .19 ppm, and .14 ppm for New Orleans, Baton Rouge, and Shreveport respectively. Linear rollback and modified rollback were used to calculate the required reductions. Five ozone transport scenarios were considered in calculating emissions reductions necessary to attain standards. Emissions for 1977 were projected to 1982 and reductions were taken for application of RACT to stationary point sources plus the Federal Motor Vehicle Control Program. A demonstration of attainment of standards was not possible with any scenario in Baton Rouge and Shreveport. Attainment could be demonstrated in New Orleans with original (T(o)) and future (T(f)) transport values of .12 ppm and .02 ppm respectively.