William Bell


EPA, Clean Air Act, transportation control plans, transportation


Article examines the treatment of transportation control plans (TCP’s) that each state was mandated to create under the Clean Air Act. Article discusses statutory and constitutional objections to challenge the enforcement of the plans, beginning with Pennsylvania v. EPA. Article then considers the issues involved in New York’s TCP which was designed by the State and City of New York.



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