||Final rulemaking to establish greenhouse gas emissions standards and fuel efficiency standards for medium- and heavy-duty engines and vehicles : regulatory impact analysis.
||Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Transportation and Air Quality.; National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC.
|| U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Transportation and Air Quality,
Greenhouse gases--United States. ;
Automobiles--Fuel consumption--Standards--United States.
Air pollution control ;
Greenhouse gases ;
Fuel economy ;
Motor vehicles ;
Pollution regulations ;
Air quality ;
Test procedures ;
Vehicle simulation models ;
Emission impacts ;
Health impacts ;
Economic impacts ;
Cost effectiveness ;
Emissions reductions ;
Medium-Duty Passenger Vehicles ;
Heavy-Duty Passenger Vehicles ;
Clean Air Act ;
Regulatory impact analysis
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||The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), on behalf of the Department of Transportation, are each adopting rules to establish a comprehensive Heavy-Duty National Program that would reduce greenhouse gas emissions and increase fuel efficiency for on-road heavy-duty vehicles, responding to the President's directive on May 21, 2010, to take coordinated steps to produce a new generation of clean vehicles. NHTSA's fuel consumption standards and Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's) carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions standards would be tailored to each of three regulatory categories of heavy-duty vehicles: (1) Combination Tractors; (2) Heavy-duty Pickup Trucks and Vans; and (3) Vocational Vehicles, as well as gasoline and diesel heavy-duty engines. EPA's hydrofluorocarbon emissions standards will apply to air conditioning systems in tractors, pickup trucks, and vans, and EPA's nitrous oxide (N2O) and methane (CH4) emissions standards will apply to all heavy-duty engines, pickup trucks, and vans. This Regulatory Impact Analysis (RIA) provides detailed supporting documentation to the EPA and NHTSA joint program under each of their respective statutory authorities. Because there are slightly different requirements and flexibilities in the two authorizing statutes, this RIA provides documentation for the primary joint provisions as well as for provisions specific to each agency. This RIA is generally organized to provide overall background information, methodologies, and data inputs, followed by results of the various technical and economic analyses.
||Title from title screen (viewed on Oct. 7, 2011). "EPA-420-R-11-901." "August 2011."
||See also PB2010-108660 and PB2010-107699. Prepared in cooperation with National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC.
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