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   notice in the Federal Register,  no later than 6  months following

   the attainment date, identifying each area  that the Administrator

   has  determined,  under  subparagraph (A),  as  having  failed  to

   attain and  identifying the  reclassification,  if any,  described

   under subparagraph (A).

   "(c) References  to  Terms.-Any  reference in  this  subpart to  a

`Moderate Area' or a `Serious Area' shall be considered a reference to

a Moderate Area or  a Serious Area, respectively, as  classified under

this section.

"SEC. 187. PLAN SUBMISSIONS AND REQUIREMENTS.

   "(a)  Moderate  Areas.-Each  State  in  which  all  or  part  of a

Moderate Area is  located shall, with respect to the Moderate Area (or

portion   thereof,  to  the  extent   specified  in  guidance  of  the

Administrator issued before the date of the enactment of the Clean Air

Act  Amendments  of  1990),  submit  to  the Administrator  the  State

implementation  plan revisions  (including the  plan items)  described

under  this subsection,  within such  periods as are  prescribed under

this  subsection, except  to  the  extent  the  State  has  made  such

submissions as of such date of enactment:

      "(1)  Inventory.-No later  than 2  years from  the date  of the

   enactment  of the  Clean  Air Act  Amendments  of 1990,  the State

   shall  submit  a  comprehensive,  accurate, current  inventory  of

   actual  emissions  from  all  sources,  as  described  in  section

   172(c)(3),  in   accordance   with   guidance  provided   by   the

   Administrator.

      "(2)(A) Vehicle miles traveled.-No later than 2 years after the

   date of  the enactment of  the Clean  Air Act Amendments  of 1990,

   for  areas  with a  design  value above  12.7 ppm  at the  time of

   classification,  the plan  revision shall  contain  a forecast  of

   vehicle miles  traveled in  the nonattainment  area concerned  for

   each year before the year in which the plan projects  the national

   ambient air  quality standard for  carbon monoxide to be  attained

   in the area. The forecast  shall be based on guidance  which shall

   be  published  by  the Administrator,  in  consultation  with  the

   Secretary  of Transportation, within  6 months  after the  date of

   the  enactment of the  Clean Air Act Amendments  of 1990. The plan

   revision shall provide for annual  updates of the forecasts  to be

   submitted  to  the  Administrator  together  with  annual  reports

   regarding  the  extent  to  which  such  forecasts  proved  to  be

   accurate. Such  annual reports shall  contain estimates of  actual

   vehicle  miles traveled  in  each year  for  which a  forecast was

   required.

      "(B)  Special rule for denver.-Within 2 years after the date of

   the  enactment of the  Clean Air  Act Amendments  of 1990,  in the

   case of  Denver, the State shall  submit a  revision that includes

   the  transportation  control  measures  as   required  in  section

   182(d)(1)(A) except that  such revision  shall be for  the purpose

   of reducing  CO emissions  rather than  volatile organic  compound

   emissions.  If the  State fails to  include any  such measure, the

   implementation  plan shall  contain  an  explanation of  why  such

   measure  was not adopted and  what emissions reduction measure was

   adopted  to  provide  a  comparable  reduction  in  emissions,  or

   reasons  why  such  reduction  is  not  necessary  to  attain  the

   national   primary  ambient  air   quality  standard   for  carbon

   monoxide.

      "(3) Contingency  provisions.-No later  than 2 years  after the

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