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   measures adopted in that area during the previous 3 years. The

   permitting  authority  shall utilize  the  fees in  a manner  that

   maximizes the emissions reductions in that area.".  

   (d)  Planning Procedures.-Section  174  (42  U.S.C. 7504)  of  the

   Clean Air Act is amended to read as follows:

"SEC. 174. PLANNING PROCEDURES.

   "(a)  In  General.-For  any  ozone,  carbon   monoxide,  or  PM-10

nonattainment  area,  the  State  containing  such  area  and  elected

officials  of  affected  local  governments  shall,  before  the  date

required  for  submittal of  the  inventory  described under  sections

182(a)(1) and 187(a)(1),  jointly review and  update as necessary  the

planning  procedures adopted pursuant to this  subsection as in effect

immediately  before the  date of the  enactment of  the Clean  Air Act

Amendments of  1990, or  develop new  planning procedures pursuant  to

this  subsection, as  appropriate.  In preparing  such procedures  the

State  and local elected officials shall determine which elements of a

revised   implementation  plan   will  be   developed,  adopted,   and

implemented  (through means  including enforcement)  by the  State and

which by local governments or regional agencies, or any combination of

local governments, regional agencies, or the State. The implementation

plan  required by  this  part shall  be  prepared by  an  organization

certified  by the  State, in  consultation  with elected  officials of

local  governments and in accordance  with the determination under the

second sentence  of this  subsection. Such organization  shall include

elected officials  of  local governments  in  the affected  area,  and

representatives of the  State air quality  planning agency, the  State

transportation planning agency, the metropolitan planning organization

designated  to conduct the  continuing, cooperative  and comprehensive

transportation  planning  process for  the area  under section  134 of

title 23, United States Code, the organization responsible for the air

quality  maintenance planning  process under  regulations implementing

this  Act,  and  any  other  organization  with  responsibilities  for

developing,  submitting, or  implementing  the plan  required by  this

part.  Such organization may be  one that carried  out these functions

before the  date of the enactment  of the Clean Air  Act Amendments of

1990.

   "(b)   Coordination.-The   preparation  of   implementation   plan

provisions  and   subsequent  plan  revisions  under   the  continuing

transportation-air  quality  planning  process  described  in  section

108(e)  shall  be coordinated  with  the  continuing, cooperative  and

comprehensive transportation planning  process required under  section

134 of title 23, United States Code, and such planning processes shall

take into account the requirements of this part.

   "(c) Joint Planning.-In the case  of a nonattainment area  that is

included  within more than one State, the affected States may jointly,

through interstate  compact or otherwise, undertake  and implement all

or part of the planning procedures described in this section.".

   (e)  Maintenance Plans.-After  section  175 of  the Clean  Air Act

   insert:

"SEC. 175A. MAINTENANCE PLANS.

   "(a)  Plan Revision.-Each  State  which  submits a  request  under

section 107(d) for redesignation  of a nonattainment area for  any air

pollutant as an area which has attained the national primary am-

bient air quality standard for that air pollutant shall also  submit a

revision of  the applicable State  implementation plan to  provide for

the maintenance of  the national primary ambient air  quality standard

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