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Diesel Pollution: Fragmented Federal Programs That Reduce Mobile Source Emissions Could Be Improved
David C. Trimble (au)
Exhaust from diesel engines is a harmful form of air pollution. The EPA has issued emission standards for new diesel engines and vehicles, but older mobile sources of diesel emissions (DE) -- such as trucks and buses -- continue to emit harmful pollution. Programs at the Dept. of Energy, Dept. of Transportation, and EPA provide funding for activities that reduce DE. This has raised questions about the potential for unnecessary duplication. This report examined the: (1) extent of duplication, overlap, fragmentation, or gaps, if any, among federal grant, rebate, and loan programs that address mobile source DE; (2) effectiveness of federal funding for activities that reduce mobile source DE; and (3) extent of collaboration among agencies that fund these activities. Charts and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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