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established for ozone), each State included within a transport  region

established for  ozone shall  submit a  State  implementation plan  or

revision thereof to the Administrator which requires the following-

      "(A) that each area in such State that is in an ozone transport

   region,  and  that  is  a metropolitan  statistical  area  or part

   thereof  with a  population  of 100,000  or  more comply  with the

   provisions  of  section  182(c)(2)(A)   (pertaining  to   enhanced

   vehicle inspection and maintenance programs); and

      "(B) implementation of reasonably available  control technology

   with respect to all sources  of volatile organic compounds  in the

   State covered by a control  techniques guideline issued before  or

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

   of 1990.  

   "(2) Within 3 years  after the date of the enactment of  the Clean

Air Act Amendments of  1990, the Administrator shall complete  a study

identifying control  measures capable of achieving emission reductions

comparable to  those  achievable through  vehicle  refueling  controls

contained in  section  182(b)(3), and  such measures  or such  vehicle

refueling  controls  shall  be  implemented  in  accordance  with  the

provisions of  this section.  Notwithstanding other deadlines  in this

section,  the  applicable  implementation  plan shall  be  revised  to

reflect  such measures within 1  year of completion  of the study. For

purposes of this section any stationary  source that emits or has  the

potential  to emit  at  least 50  tons per  year  of volatile  organic

compounds shall be considered a major stationary source and subject to

the requirements which would be applicable to major stationary

sources if the area were classified as a Moderate nonattainment area.

   "(c) Additional Control Measures.-

      "(1) Recommendations.-Upon  petition  of  any  State  within  a

   transport region established  for ozone, and based  on a  majority

   vote of the  Governors on the Commission (or their designees), the

   Commission may, after  notice and opportunity for  public comment,

   develop  recommendations for  additional  control measures  to  be

   applied  within all  or a  part of  such  transport region  if the

   commission determines  such measures  are necessary  to bring  any

   area in such region into attainment by the  dates provided by this

   subpart.  The  commission shall  transmit such  recommendations to

   the Administrator.

      "(2)  Notice  and review.-Whenever  the  Administrator receives

   recommendations  prepared by  a commission  pursuant to  paragraph

   (1) (the  date  of receipt  of  which  shall hereinafter  in  this

   sectionbe referredto asthe `receiptdate'), theAdministrator shall-

         "(A) immediately  publish in  the Federal  Register a notice

      stating that  the recommendations are available  and provide an

      opportunity for public hearing within 90 days beginning  on the

      receipt date; and

         "(B) commence  a review of  the recommendations to determine

      whether  the  control  measures   in  the  recommendations  are

      necessary to bring any  area in such region into  attainment by

      the dates provided by this subpart and are otherwise consistent

      with this Act.

      "(3) Consultation.-In  undertaking  the review  required  under

   paragraph (2)(B), the Administrator shall consult  with members of

   the commission of  the affected States and shall take into account

   the  data, views,  and  comments  received pursuant  to  paragraph

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