CHICAGO — The nation's single largest I/M-240 state vehicle emissions testing program, with 139 dynamometer lanes at 28 stations in Chicago and the part of Illinois close to St. Louis, began operation on Feb. 1, 1999. Although no automotive media were invited, WEVTU learned of the event and attended the program's official media launch at a Chicago facility. The launch was hosted by Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) officials and personnel from test contractor Envirotest. ...

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