Title: Resolving the FEDLEV vs. CALEV dispute

Authors: S. McCandless

Addresses: Environmental Management and Policy Program, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York, USA

Abstract: The US Environmental Protection Agency has been quietly working to resolve an issue which could significantly alter transportation in the US. Alternate plans for limiting pollution from new cars have been proposed by north-eastern states and large car manufacturers, and EPA has been searching for a compromise agreement. This paper examines the conflict in the context of Clean Air act Amendments of 1990 and promising choices for reducing air pollution.

Keywords: air pollution; Clean Air Act Amendments; electric vehicles; emission inspections; emission standards; EPA; Inspection/Maintenance Programs; low-emission vehicles; mobile sources; Ozone Transport Commission; reformulated gasoline; vehicle emissions; USA; United States.

DOI: 10.1504/IJVD.1996.061893

International Journal of Vehicle Design, 1996 Vol.17 No.5/6, pp.698 - 717

Available online: 28 May 2014 *

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