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March 29, 2006

March 29, 2006
8:30 AM to 2 PM
Spokane Regional Transportation Council
221 W.
First Avenue, Suite 310
Spokane, WA 99201
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For questions or disability/accessibility needs,
contact Lucita Valiere at

valiere.lucita@epa.gov

In Partnership with Spokane Regional Transportation Council, Spokane
County Air Pollution Control Agency, Washington
State Department of Ecology, Environmental Protection Agency, and the
Federal Highway Administration

 

Agenda

  • Welcome and Introductions
     
  • Session I: Setting the Stage
    • What Are the Environmental Health Issues-Why Worry about
      Diesel Emissions? 
       
  • Session II: Diesel Mitigation Technologies
    • Idle Reduction Costs and Benefits, Success Stories
    • Repair/Rebuild, Refuel, Retrofit, Repower, Replace
    • Alternative Fuels
       
  • Session III: Overview of Federal Voluntary, Incentive, and
    Funding Transportation Programs
     
  • Lunch (provided)
     
  • Session IV: State/Local Voluntary, Incentive, and Funding
    Transportation Programs
     
  • Closing Remarks

   
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