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Pending Rule Proposals

Pending proposals are staff recommendations that have been filed with the Chief Clerk, but have not yet been voted on by the commissioners.

PENDING PROPOSALS are staff recommendations that have been filed with the Chief Clerk, but have not yet been voted on by the commissioners. At a future date, the commissioners will discuss and vote on the proposal. If approved, the proposal will be filed with the Texas Register for public comment and moved to Proposals. These drafts are courtesy copies and are subject to change. This site will be updated only if the agency makes substantive changes before the agenda date.

Pending Proposal Dates Rule Project Number Pending Short Title/Description Pending Proposal
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Approval Date
03/03/16

2016-004-114-AI Texas Emissions Reduction Incentive Plan
The rulemaking would propose revisions to the criteria for the Drayage Truck Incentive Program (DTIP) in order to achieve the program goals. More specifically, revise the definition of a drayage truck to include other cargo handling equipment; revise the definition of seaport to include publically or privately owned properties within a ship channel security district; and remove the requirement that the drayage truck being purchased have a day cab only.

Executive Summary

Ch. 114

Approval Date
02/17/16

2015-040-101-AI Emissions Inventory and General Definitions Update
This rulemaking would lower the lead emissions reporting threshold to 0.5 tons per year for point source in §101.10 to align with reporting requirements in the AERR, in 40 CFR §51.100(s), change the §101.10 rule applicability distance for sites from the shoreline to nine nautical miles from 25 miles for consistency with other state regulations, and exclude certain organic compounds from regulation as a VOC in §101.1. Other proposed changes codify existing business processes and clarify the emissions inventory requirements. If adopted, the revised rules would be submitted to the EPA as revisions to the SIP.

Executive Summary

Ch. 101