loading and unloading of tank vessels, under section 3703 of
title 46 of the United States Code and section 6 of the Ports and
Waterways Safety Act (33 U.S.C. 1225). The standards promulgated
by the Administrator under paragraph (1) and the regulations
issued by a State or political subdivision regarding emissions
from the loading and unloading of tank vessels shall be
consistent with the regulations regarding safety of the
Department in which the Coast Guard is operating.
"(3) Agency authority.-(A) The Administrator shall ensure
compliance with the tank vessel emission standards prescribed
under paragraph (1)(A). The Secretary of the Department in which
the Coast Guard is operating shall also ensure compliance with
the tank vessel standards prescribed under paragraph (1)(A).
"(B) The Secretary of the Department in which the Coast Guard
is operating shall ensure compliance with the regulations issued
under paragraph (2).
"(4) State or local standards.-After the Administrator
promulgates standards under this section, no State or political
subdivision thereof may adopt or attempt to enforce any standard
respecting emissions from tank vessels subject to regulation
under paragraph (1) unless such standard is no less stringent
than the standards promulgated under paragraph (1).
"(5) Enforcement.-Any standard established under paragraph
(1)(A) shall be treated, for purposes of enforcement of this Act,
as a standard under section 111 and any violation of such
standard shall be treated as a violation of a requirement of
"(g) Ozone Design Value Study.-The Administrator shall conduct a
study of whether the methodology in use by the Environmental
Protection Agency as of the date of the enactment of the Clean Air Act
Amendments of 1990 for establishing a design value for ozone provides
a reasonable indicator of the ozone air quality of
ozone nonattainment areas. The Administrator shall obtain input from
States, local subdivisions thereof, and others. The study shall be
completed and a report submitted to Congress not later than 3 years
after the date of the enactment of the Clean Air Act Amendments of
1990. The results of the study shall be subject to peer and public
review before submitting it to Congress.
"SEC. 184. CONTROL OF INTERSTATE OZONE AIR POLLUTION.
"(a) Ozone Transport Regions.-A single transport region for ozone
(within the meaning of section 176A(a)), comprised of the States of
Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire,
New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, and the
Consolidated Metropolitan Statistical Area that includes the District
of Columbia, is hereby established by operation of law. The provisions
of section 176A(a) (1) and (2) shall apply with respect to the
transport region established under this section and any other
transport region established for ozone, except to the extent
inconsistent with the provisions of this section. The Administrator
shall convene the commission required (under section 176A(b)) as a
result of the establishment of such region within 6 months of the date
of the enactment of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990.
"(b) Plan Provisions for States in Ozone Transport Regions.-(1)
In accordance with section 110, not later than 2 years after the date
of the enactment of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990 (or 9 months
after the subsequent inclusion of a State in a transport region