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Main Title Governmental Approaches to Automobile Air Pollution Control.
Author Infel, Donald ; Wilco, Gregory ;
CORP Author Institute of Public Administration, Washington, D.C.
Year Published 1971
Report Number EPA-EHS-70-126; 0766;
Stock Number PB-203 952
Additional Subjects ( Automobiles ; Government policies) ; ( Air pollution ; Exhaust gases) ; ( Government policies ; Air pollution) ; ( Law(Jurisprudence) ; Air pollution) ; National government ; Regulations ; Ground vehicles ; Abatement ; Standards ; Law enforcement ; Economic analysis ; Litigation ; Cost estimates ; Maintenance ; Public opinion ; Urban planning ; Consumers ; Industries ; Carbon monoxide ; Highway planning ; Taxes ; Vehicular traffic control ; Automobile exhaust ; Air pollution control ; Air pollution standards
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NTIS  PB-203 952 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
Collation 165p
Abstract
A report is presented which is directed to the definition and analyses of governmental approaches to control air pollution from privately owned automobiles. The report is separated into three basic components: Average emission per vehicle per mile; Miles of use; and Location of use. Chapter 1 discusses policies aimed at the automotive industries to encourage development of pollution control technology and low pollution fuels. Correspondingly, the range of policies available to induce the motorist to do his part to control average emissions per mile are discussed in Chapter 2. Chapter 3 considers the measures available to reduce the aggregate amount of annual automobile use. Chapter 4 details what urban planners can do to reduce auto pollution emissions in urban areas and facilitate dispersion of existing pollution. The two remaining chapters deal with the relations among these focal points.