2003 I/M Program Annual Report
Table of Contents
Appendix A - Registered Vehicles in the State of New York
Appendix B - Overall Summary of NYMA Emissions Test Results
Appendix C - Summary of NYMA Anti-Tampering Check and Gas Cap Test Results
Appendix D - Initial Test Volumes and Initial Failure Rates by County and Vendor
Appendix E - Summary of Emission Reductions due to Repairs
More about 2003 I/M Program Annual Report:
- 2003 I/M Program Annual Report - Executive Summary - The I/M program for the State of New York (the State) is jointly administered by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) and the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles (NYSDMV). This report reflects the coordination between the two agencies and is being submitted to the EPA to fulfill the State's annual reporting requirements for the calendar year of 2003.
- 2003 I/M Program Annual Report Introduction - NYSDEC and NYSDMV in 1998 jointly implemented a high enhanced I/M program for New York Metropolitan Area and a low enhanced I/M program for the Upstate region.
- 2003 I/M Program Annual Report: Data Analysis - The collection of accurate data is essential to the management, evaluation, and enforcement of an I/M program.
- 2003 I/M Program Annual Report: Conclusions - We have generated statistics, analyzed emissions results, detected fraudulent activities by inspection stations and incorrect registration information, to provide criteria for use in the Quality Control, Quality Assurance, and Enforcement Programs.
- 2003 I/M Program Annual Report: Appendix A - Table 1: Emissions Tested Light Duty Fleet Profile
- 2003 I/M Program Annual Report: Appendix B - Tables of Idle and Transient Tests for Light Duty Fleet
- 2003 I/M Program Annual Report: Appendix C - Tables of ECD Check Results and Gas Cap Results
- 2003 I/M Program Annual Report: Appendix D - Tables of results from NYC counties
- 2003 I/M Program Annual Report - Appendix E - The United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) seeks data analysis and reporting for the Inspection/Maintenance (I/M) programs it oversees. This report presents the information requested by the USEPA in its regulations, 40 CFR Part 51.366