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Report required under section 15 of the Urban Mass Transportation Act of 1964 Chicago Transit Authority, fiscal year ended December 27, 1986.

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Published by Ernst & Whinney in Chicago, Ill .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Local transit -- Illinois -- Chicago Metropolitan Area -- Statistics.,
  • Local transit -- Illinois -- Chicago Metropolitan Area -- Finance.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesChicago Transit Authority section 15 report, fiscal year ended December 27, 1986, Section 15 report, fiscal year ended December 27, 1986
GenreStatistics.
ContributionsErnst & Whinney., Chicago Transit Authority.
The Physical Object
Pagination[107] leaves ;
Number of Pages107
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23619499M
OCLC/WorldCa16651612

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49 U.S.C. (b) (also known as Section 13(c) of the Federal Transit Act) (1) As a condition of financial assistance under sections , , , (a)(1), (b), (d), , , and (b) of this title, the interests of employees affected by the assistance shall be protected under arrangements the Secretary of Labor concludes are fair and equitable. (B) Annual report.-Not later than 1 year after the date of enactment of the Federal Public Transportation Act of , and annually thereafter, the Secretary shall submit to the Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs of the Senate and the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure of the House of Representatives a report listing. Modified Construction Standard Drawings Nos. and to show that the connecting pin is to be completely contained within the cross section of . The statutory requirements of Section 13(c) of the Federal Transit Act, which are codified at 49 U.S.C. § (b), 1 provide as follows: It shall be a condition of any assistance under section 3 of this Act that fair and equitable arrangements are made, as determined by the Secretary of Labor, to protect the.

In subsection (b)(1), the words “Health and Human Services” are substituted for “Health, Education, and Welfare” in section 14(a) (last sentence) of the Urban Mass Transportation Act of (Public Law 88–, 78 Stat. ) [subsequently changed to the Federal Transit Act by section (a) of the Intermodal Surface Transportation.   - President Lyndon Johnson signs the Urban Mass Transportation Act of (UMTA) that provides $ million in transit capital assistance over three years. - First re-authorization of transit assistance program. - First public takeover of commuter railroad (Long Island Rail Road Co.) (New York, NY). At any rate, a "series of 'URBAN AREAS ACTS' were passed designed to control the influx of Africans into urban areas and to control their conduct there" (Dyzenhaus 37); thus this act was amended and expanded several times: , , , , , , , and The Mass Transit Account for expenditures was established by the Urban Mass Transportation Act of The gasoline excise tax was increased from 5 cents to 9 cents per gallon as a result of the Surface Transportation Assistance Act of The Act provided that 1 cent of the 5-cent increase be allo-cated for mass-transit purposes. The actual.

  Congress began federal subsidies to transit with passage of the Urban Mass Transportation Act of , and since then federal, state, and . With respect to participants other than any Metro-East Transit District participant and those receiving federal research development and demonstration funds pursuant to Section 6 of the "Urban Mass Transportation Act of ", as amended, during the fiscal year ending J , the maximum eligible operating expenses for any such. Except for sections , , , and of the Revised Code and arrangements entered into thereunder, and section of the Revised Code as necessary to comply with section 13(c) of the "Urban Mass Transportation Act of ," 87 Stat. , 49 U.S.C.A. (c), as amended, and arrangements entered into thereunder, this. Transportation Research Board NCHRP Report (): Dixon, Karen K., and Kathleen L. Wolf. " Benefits and risks of urban roadside landscape: finding a livable, balanced response." Prepared for the 3rd Urban Street Symposium: Uptown, Downtown, or Small Town: Designing Urban Streets That Work, Seattle, June ,