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Table 2: Specific Trucking Impacts from a more stringent Ozone Standard In the Chicago-Lake Michigan Air Quality Area
Likely Control Strategy Per-truck Impacts Economic Impact for Lower Lake Michigan Chicago area only (M=Millions)
Switch to cleaner, low-aromatic diesel fuel increase of 10-20 cents/gal.................... $23 M to $69 M (ozone season only).
Lower diesel engine emission std in 2004. (Use of catalysts, EGR, etc.) $18,500/truck $542 M in 2004, $564 M in 2007.
Diesel vehicle Inspection & Maintenance Program (annual loaded-mode testing). $670/truck $229 M in 2007.
Re-power existing diesel vehicles w/new engines $15,000/engine $101 M in 2003, $108 M in 2007.
Heavy-duty diesel vehicle scrappage program $10,000/vehicle $68 M in 2003.
Heavy-duty diesel (HDD) alternative fuel reqs. $15,000/vehicle $82 M in 1999, $173 M in 2003.
Operational Controls on HDD Vehicles (speed enforcement-55mph, and idling restrictions). $500-$1000/truck $6 M in 2007.
Total est. impacts: Chicago/Michigan Lake area $1.195 billion in 2007

(Source: Sierra Research, Sacramento, CA. Report SR96-06-01, June 4, 1996. Report prepared for American Petroleum Institute (API), Washington, DC.)

















TABLE 2


Number of Members Preference
1No difference between 0.09 or 0.10.
3 0.09.
1 No difference between 0.08 or 0.09.
3 0.08.
2 Policy call.