Motor Carrier Safety: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Surface Transportation of the Committee on Public Works and Transportation, House of Representatives, One Hundred Third Congress, Second Session, June 14, 1994

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Page 335 - This section shall have no application to highways which are a part of the national system of interstate and defense highways (as referred to in subdivision (a) of Section 108 of the Federal-aid Highway Act of 1956) . Added Ch.
Page 139 - An Assessment of Changes in Truck Dimensions on highway Geometric Design Principles and Practices," The University of Texas Center for Transportation Research, Austin, 1981.
Page 254 - The Uniform Vehicle Code is a specimen set of motor vehicle laws, designed and advanced as a comprehensive guide or standard for state motor vehicle and traffic laws. It is not based on theory ; it is based on actual experience under various state laws throughout the nation.
Page 219 - OOIDA is a not-for-profit corporation incorporated in 1973 under the laws of the State of Missouri, with its principal place of business in Grain Valley, Missouri.
Page 297 - Projects for grade crossing improvements are deemed to be of no ascertainable net benefit to the railroads and there shall be no required railroad share of the costs.
Page 247 - Before the Subcommittee on Surface Transportation of the House Committee on Public Works and Transportation July 19, 1990 Mr.
Page 293 - Whose responsibility is it to see that maximum safety is incorporated into our motor vehicle transportation system? On this, the subcommittee is adamant. It is the responsibility of government and specifically those agencies that, by law, have been given that mandate. This responsibility begins with the Congress and flows through the Department of Transportation, its Federal Highway Administration, the State Highway Departments and safety agencies, and the street and highway units of counties, townships,...
Page 335 - ... of which consist of livestock. (c) Buses carrying passengers for hire in urban or suburban service may exceed the weight limitation imposed by this section when the excess weight is not more than 2,500 pounds, is on the rear axle only, and is composed solely of standing passengers. This subdivision shall not be applicable to any highway when it would operate to prevent the State from receiving federal funds for highway purposes.
Page 335 - ... on any county highway in specified counties, unless the board of supervisors having jurisdiction over the county highway adopts a resolution prohibiting or limiting the operation of any cotton module mover exceeding the allowable axle weight limits on that county highway or all county highways under its jurisdiction.
Page 199 - BEFORE THE SUBCOMMITTEE ON SURFACE TRANSPORTATION OF THE HOUSE COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS AND TRANSPORTATION ON IMPLEMENTATION OF THE MOTOR CARRIER ACT June 23, 1982 Mr.

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