THE SMOG-REDUCTION ROAD: REMOTE SENSING VERSUS THE CLEAN AIR ACT
This paper addresses the technology and potential economic effects of remote sensing, how remote sensing might be applied in the greater Los Angeles region as a test case, and how a near-term transition to remote sensing might be constructed. It also describes the flaws in the Environmental Protection Agency's centralized emissions inspection programs.
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- Reprinted from Policy Analysis No. 249, published by the Cato Institute, 1000 Massachussetts Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C. 20001.
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- Klein, D B
- Koskenoja, P M
- Publication Date: 1996-2-7
- Features: Figures; Tables;
- Pagination: 46 p.
- TRT Terms: Economic impacts; Emissions testing; Exhaust gases; Inspection; Remote sensing; Smog; Technology; Tests
- Identifier Terms: Clean Air Act
- Uncontrolled Terms: Reduction (Decrease)
- Geographic Terms: Los Angeles (California)
- Old TRIS Terms: Inspection effectiveness
- Subject Areas: Economics; Highways;
- Accession Number: 00722183
- Record Type: Publication
- Report/Paper Numbers: UCTC No. 301, Reprint
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Jun 26 1996 12:00AM