"(xi) programs to control extended idling of vehicles;
"(xii) programs to reduce motor vehicle emissions,
consistent with title II, which are caused by extreme cold
"(xiii) employer-sponsored programs to permit flexible work
"(xiv) programs and ordinances to facilitate non-automobile
travel, provision and utilization of mass transit, and to
generally reduce the need for single-occupant vehicle travel,
as part of transportation planning and development efforts of a
locality, including programs and ordinances applicable to new
shopping centers, special events, and other centers of vehicle
"(xv) programs for new construction and major
reconstructions of paths, tracks or areas solely for the use by
pedestrian or other non-motorized means of transportation when
economically feasible and in the public interest. For purposes
of this clause, the Administrator shall also consult with the
Secretary of the Interior; and
"(xvi) program to encourage the voluntary removal from use
and the marketplace of pre-1980 model year light duty vehicles
and pre-1980 model light duty trucks.".
(c) RACT/BACT/LAER Clearinghouse.-Section 108 of the Clean Air
Act (42 U.S.C. 7408) is amended by adding the following at the end
"(h) RACT/BACT/LAER Clearinghouse.-The Administrator shall make
information regarding emission control technology available to the
States and to the general public through a central database. Such
information shall include all control technology information received
pursuant to State plan provisions requiring permits for sources,
including operating permits for existing sources.".
(d) State Reports on Emissions-Related Data.-Section 110 of the
Clean Air Act (42 U.S.C. 7410) is amended by adding the following new
subsection after subsection (o):
"(p) Reports.-Any State shall submit, according to such schedule
as the Administrator may prescribe, such reports as the Administrator
may require relating to emission reductions, vehicle miles traveled,
congestion levels, and any other information the Administrator may
deem necessary to assess the development effectiveness, need for
revision, or implementation of any plan or plan revision required
under this Act.".
(e) New Source Standards of Performance.-(1) Section 111(b)(1)(B)
of the Clean Air Act (42 U.S.C. 7411(b)(1)(B)) is amended as follows:
(A) Strike "120 days" and insert "one year".
(B) Strike "90 days" and insert "one year".
(C) Strike "four years" and insert "8 years".
(D) Immediately before the sentence beginning "Standards of
performance or revisions thereof" insert "Notwithstanding the
requirements of the previous sentence, the Administrator need not
review any such standard if the Administrator determines that
such review is not appropriate in light of readily available
information on the efficacy of such standard.".
(E) Add the following at the end: "When implementation and
enforcement of any requirement of this Act indicate that emission
limitations and percent reductions beyond those required by the