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      subpart  2 of part D of title I of this Act as Serious, Severe,

      or Extreme based on data for the calendar years 1987, 1988, and

      1989.  In  determining  the  ozone nonattainment  areas  to  be

      treated  as covered  areas pursuant  to this  subparagraph, the

      Administrator   shall  use   the  most   recent  interpretation

      methodology issued by the  Administrator prior to the enactment

      of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990.

         "(B)  Carbon   monoxide  nonattainment   areas.-Any   carbon

      monoxide nonattainment  area with a 1980  population of 250,000

      or more  and a  carbon monoxide design  value at or  above 16.0

      parts per million  based on  data for calendar  years 1988  and

      1989 (as calculated according to the most recent interpretation

      methodology  issued prior  to enactment  of the  Clean Air  Act

      Amendments  of   1990  by   the  United   States  Environmental

      Protection   Agency),   excluding    those   carbon    monoxide

      nonattainment areas  in which mobile sources  do not contribute

      significantly to carbon monoxide exceedances.

      "(3)  Plan revisions  for  reclassified areas.-In  the case  of

   ozone  nonattainment  areas reclassified  as  Serious,  Severe, or

   Extreme  under part D of title I with a 1980 population of 250,000

   or more,  the  State shall  submit  a  plan revision  meeting  the

   requirements    of   this   subsection   within   1   year   after

   reclassification.   Such  plan   revision   shall   implement  the

   requirements  applicable under  this  subsection  at the  time  of

   reclassification  and  thereafter,  except that  the Administrator

   may  adjust  for a  limited  period the  deadlines for  compliance

   where compliance with such deadlines would be infeasible.

      "(4)   Consultation;   consideration  of   factors.-Each  State

   required  to submit  an implementation  plan  revision under  this

   subsection shall develop such revision in  consultation with fleet

   operators,    vehicle    manufacturers,   fuel    producers    and

   distributors,  motor vehicle  fuel, and  other interested parties,

   taking  into  consideration  operational  range,  specialty  uses,

   vehicle and  fuel availability,  costs, safety,  resale values  of

   vehicles and equipment and other relevant factors.

   "(b) Phase-In of  Requirements.-The plan  revision required  under

this  section  shall contain  provisions  requiring  that  at least  a

specified percentage of all  new covered fleet vehicles in  model year

1998 and thereafter purchased  by each covered fleet operator  in each

covered  area  shall  be  clean-fuel  vehicles  and  shall  use  clean

alternative  fuels  when  operating  in  the  covered  area.  For  the

applicable  model years  (MY)  specified in  the  following table  and

thereafter, the specified percentage shall be as provided in the table

for the vehicle types set forth in the table:

        Clean Fuel Vehicle Phase-in Requirements for Fleets

                            [In percent]

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      Vehicle Type                         MY1998  MY1999  MY2000

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Light-duty trucks up to 6,000 lbs gvwr

and light-duty vehicles.....................   30        50         70

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