[United States Statutes at Large, Volume 122, 110th Congress, 2nd Session]
[From the U.S. Government Printing Office, www.gpo.gov]

122 STAT. 1572

Public Law 110-244
110th Congress

An Act


 
To amend the Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation
Equity Act: A Legacy for Users to make technical corrections, and for
other purposes. [NOTE: June 6, 2008 -  [H.R. 1195]]

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the
United States of America in Congress [NOTE: SAFETEA-LU Technical
Corrections Act of 2008.] assembled,
SECTION 1. [NOTE: 23 USC 101 note.] SHORT TITLE; TABLE OF
CONTENTS.

(a) Short Title.--This Act may be cited as the ``SAFETEA-LU
Technical Corrections Act of 2008''.
(b) Table of Contents.--The table of contents of this Act is as
follows:

Sec. 1. Short title; table of contents.

TITLE I--HIGHWAY PROVISIONS

Sec. 101. Surface transportation technical corrections.
Sec. 102. MAGLEV.
Sec. 103. Projects of national and regional significance and national
corridor infrastructure improvement projects.
Sec. 104. Idling reduction facilities.
Sec. 105. Project authorizations.
Sec. 106. Nonmotorized transportation pilot program.
Sec. 107. Correction of Interstate and National Highway System
designations.
Sec. 108. Budget justification; buy America.
Sec. 109. Transportation improvements.
Sec. 110. I-95/Contee Road interchange design.
Sec. 111. Highway research funding.
Sec. 112. Rescission.
Sec. 113. TEA-21 technical corrections.
Sec. 114. High priority corridor and innovative project technical
corrections.
Sec. 115. Definition of repeat intoxicated driver law.
Sec. 116. Research technical correction.
Sec. 117. Buy America waiver notification and annual reports.
Sec. 118. Efficient use of existing highway capacity.
Sec. 119. Future interstate designation.
Sec. 120. Project flexibility.
Sec. 121. Effective date.

TITLE II--TRANSIT PROVISIONS

Sec. 201. Transit technical corrections.

TITLE III--OTHER SURFACE TRANSPORTATION PROVISIONS

Sec. 301. Technical amendments relating to motor carrier safety.
Sec. 302. Technical amendments relating to hazardous materials
transportation.
Sec. 303. Highway safety.
Sec. 304. Correction of study requirement regarding on-scene motor
vehicle collision causation.
Sec. 305. Motor carrier transportation registration.
Sec. 306. Applicability of Fair Labor Standards Act requirements and
limitation on liability.

TITLE IV--MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

Sec. 401. Conveyance of GSA Fleet Management Center to Alaska Railroad
Corporation.

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Sec. 402. Conveyance of retained interest in St. Joseph Memorial Hall.

TITLE V--OTHER PROVISIONS

Sec. 501. De Soto County, Mississippi.
Sec. 502. Department of Justice review.

TITLE I--HIGHWAY PROVISIONS

SEC. 101. SURFACE TRANSPORTATION TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS.

(a) Correction of Internal References in Disadvantaged Business
Enterprises.--Paragraphs (3)(A) and (5) of section 1101(b) of the Safe,
Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for
Users (119 Stat. 1156) [NOTE: 23 USC 101 note.] are amended by
striking ``paragraph (1)'' each place it appears and inserting
``paragraph (2)''.

(b) Correction of Distribution of Obligation Authority.--Section
1102(c)(5) of the Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation
Equity Act: A Legacy for [NOTE: 23 USC 104 note.] Users (119 Stat.
1158) is amended by striking ``among the States''.

(c) Correction of Federal Lands Highways.--Section 1119 of the Safe,
Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for
Users (119 Stat. 1190) is amended by striking subsection (m) and
inserting the following:
``(m) Forest Highways.--Of the amounts made available for public
lands highways under section 1101--
``(1) not more than $20,000,000 for each fiscal year may be
used for the maintenance of forest highways;
``(2) not more than $1,000,000 for each fiscal year may be
used for signage identifying public hunting and fishing access;
and
``(3) not more than $10,000,000 for each fiscal year shall
be used by the Secretary of Agriculture to pay the costs of
facilitating the passage of aquatic species beneath forest roads
(as defined in section 101(a) of title 23, United States Code),
including the costs of constructing, maintaining, replacing, and
removing culverts and bridges, as appropriate.''.

(d) Correction of Description of National Corridor Infrastructure
Improvement Project.--Item number 1 of the table contained in section
1302(e) of the Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation
Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (119 Stat. 1205) is [NOTE: 23 USC 101
note.] amended in the State column by inserting ``LA,'' after ``TX,''.

(e) Correction of High Priority Designations.--
(1) Kentucky high priority corridor designation.--Section
1105(c)(18)(E) of the Intermodal Surface Transportation
Efficiency Act of 1991 (105 Stat. 2032; 112 Stat. 189; 115 Stat.
872) is amended by inserting before the period at the end the
following: ``, follow Interstate Route 24 to the Wendell H. Ford
Western Kentucky Parkway, then utilize the existing Wendell H.
Ford Western Kentucky Parkway and Edward T. Breathitt
(Pennyrile) Parkway to Henderson''.
(2) Interstate route 376 high priority designation.--
(A) In general.--Section 1105(c)(79) of the
Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991
(105 Stat. 2032; 119 Stat. 1213) is amended by striking
``and on United States Route 422''.

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(B) Conforming amendment.--Section
1105(e)(5)(B)(i)(I) of the Intermodal Surface
Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991 (105 Stat. 2033;
119 Stat. 1213) is amended by striking ``and United
States Route 422''.

(f) Correction of Infrastructure Finance Section.--Section
1602(d)(1) of the Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation
Equity Act: [NOTE: 23 USC 190, 610.] A Legacy for Users (119 Stat.
1247) is amended by striking ``through 189 as sections 601 through 609,
respectively'' and inserting ``through 190 as sections 601 through 610,
respectively''.

(g) Correction of Project Federal Share.--Section 1964(a) of the
Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A
Legacy for Users (119 Stat. 1519) is amended--
(1) by striking ``only for the States of Alaska, Montana,
Nevada, North Dakota, Oregon, and South Dakota,''; and
(2) by striking ``section 120(b)'' and inserting ``section
120''.

(h) Transportation Systems Management and Operations Defined.--
Section 101(a) of title 23, United States Code, is amended by adding at
the end the following:
``(39) Transportation systems management and operations.--
``(A) In general.--The term `transportation systems
management and operations' means an integrated program
to optimize the performance of existing infrastructure
through the implementation of multimodal and intermodal,
cross-jurisdictional systems, services, and projects
designed to preserve capacity and improve security,
safety, and reliability of the transportation system.
``(B) Inclusions.--The term `transportation systems
management and operations' includes--
``(i) regional operations collaboration and
coordination activities between transportation and
public safety agencies; and
``(ii) improvements to the transportation
system, such as traffic detection and
surveillance, arterial management, freeway
management, demand management, work zone
management, emergency management, electronic toll
collection, automated enforcement, traffic
incident management, roadway weather management,
traveler information services, commercial vehicle
operations, traffic control, freight management,
and coordination of highway, rail, transit,
bicycle, and pedestrian operations.''.

(i) Correction of [NOTE: 23 USC 104 note.] Reference in
Apportionment of Highway Safety Improvement Program Funds.--
Effective [NOTE: Effective date.] October 1, 2007, section
104(b)(5)(A)(iii) of title 23, United States Code, is amended by
striking ``the Federal-aid system'' each place it appears and inserting
``Federal-aid highways''.

(j) Correction of Amendment To Advance Construction.--Section 115 of
title 23, United States Code, is amended by redesignating subsection (d)
as subsection (c).
(k) Correction of High Priority Projects.--Section 117 of title 23,
United States Code, is amended--
(1) by redesignating subsections (d) through (h) as
subsections (e) through (i), respectively;
(2) by redesignating the second subsection (c) (relating to
Federal share) as subsection (d);

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(3) in subsection (a)(2)(A) by inserting ``(112 Stat. 257)''
after ``21st Century''; and
(4) in subsection (a)(2)(B)--
(A) by striking ``subsection (b)'' and inserting
``subsection (c)''; and
(B) by striking ``SAFETEA-LU'' and inserting ``Safe,
Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity
Act: A Legacy for Users (119 Stat. 1256)''.

(l) Correction of Transfer of Unused Protective-Device Funds to
Other Highway Safety Improvement Program Projects.--Section 130(e)(2) of
title 23, United States Code, is amended by striking ``purposes under
this subsection'' and inserting ``highway safety improvement program
purposes''.
(m) Correction of Highway Bridge Program.--
(1) In general.--Section 144 of title 23, United States
Code, is amended--
(A) in the section heading by striking ``replacement
and rehabilitation'';
(B) in subsections (b), (c)(1), and (e) by striking
``Federal-aid system'' each place it appears and
inserting ``Federal-aid highway'';
(C) in subsections (c)(2) and (o) by striking ``the
Federal-aid system'' each place it appears and inserting
``Federal-aid highways'';
(D) in the heading to paragraph (4) of subsection
(d) by inserting ``systematic'' before ``preventive'';
(E) in subsection (e) by striking ``off-system
bridges'' each place it appears and inserting ``bridges
not on Federal-aid highways'';
(F) by striking subsection (f);
(G) by redesignating subsections (g) through (s) as
subsections (f) through (r), respectively;
(H) in paragraph (1)(A)(vi) of subsection (f) (as
redesignated by subparagraph (G) of this paragraph) by
inserting ``and the removal of the Missisquoi Bay
causeway'' after ``Bridge'';
(I) in paragraph (2) of subsection (f) (as
redesignated by subparagraph (G) of this paragraph) by
striking the paragraph heading and inserting ``Bridges
not on federal-aid highways'';
(J) in subsection (m) (as redesignated by
subparagraph (G) of this paragraph) by striking the
subsection heading and inserting ``Program for Bridges
Not on Federal-Aid Highways''; and
(K) in subsection (n)(4)(B) (as redesignated by
subparagraph (G) of this paragraph) by striking ``State
highway agency'' and inserting ``State transportation
department''.
(2) Special conditions.--Section 1114 of the Safe,
Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A
Legacy for Users (Public Law 109-59; 119 Stat. 1172) is amended
by adding at the end the following:

``(h) Special Conditions.--Any unobligated or unexpended funds
remaining on completion of the project carried out under section
144(f)(1)(A)(vi) of title 23, United States Code, shall be made
available to carry out the project described in section
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Agency of Transportation certifies to the Federal Highway Administration
the final determination of the agency regarding the removal of the
Missisquoi Bay causeway.''.
(3) Conforming amendments.--
(A) Metropolitan planning.--Section 104(f)(1) of
title 23, United States Code, is amended by striking
``replacement and rehabilitation''.
(B) Equity bonus program.--Subsections (a)(2)(C) and
(b)(2)(C) of section 105 of such title are amended by
striking ``replacement and rehabilitation'' each place
it appears.
(C) Analysis.--The analysis for chapter 1 of such
title is amended in the item relating to section 144 by
striking ``replacement and rehabilitation''.

(n) Metropolitan Transportation Planning.--Section 134 of title 23,
United States Code, is amended--
(1) in subsection (f)(3)(C)(ii) by striking subclause (II)
and inserting the following:
``(II) Funding.--For fiscal year
2008 and each fiscal year thereafter, in
addition to other funds made available
to the metropolitan planning
organization for the Lake Tahoe region
under this title and chapter 53 of title
49, prior to any allocation under
section 202 of this title and
notwithstanding the allocation
provisions of section 202, the Secretary
shall set aside \1/2\ of 1 percent of
all funds authorized to be appropriated
for such fiscal year to carry out
section 204 and shall make such funds
available to the metropolitan planning
organization for the Lake Tahoe region
to carry out the transportation planning
process, environmental reviews,
preliminary engineering, and design to
complete environmental documentation for
transportation projects for the Lake
Tahoe region under the Tahoe Regional
Planning Compact as consented to in
Public Law 96-551 (94 Stat. 3233) and
this paragraph.'';
(2) in subsection (j)(3)(D) by inserting ``or the identified
phase'' after ``the project'' each place it appears; and
(3) in subsection (k)(2) by striking ``a metropolitan
planning area serving''.

(o) Correction of National Scenic Byways Program Coverage.--Section
162 of title 23, United States Code, is amended--
(1) in subsection (a)(3)(B) by striking ``a National Scenic
Byway under subparagraph (A)'' and inserting ``a National Scenic
Byway, an All-American Road, or one of America's Byways under
paragraph (1)''; and
(2) in subsection (c)(3) by striking ``or All-American
Road'' each place it appears and inserting ``All-American Road,
or one of America's Byways''.

(p) Correction of Reference in Toll Provision.--Section 166(b)(5)(C)
of title 23, United States Code, is amended by striking ``paragraph
(3)'' and inserting ``paragraph (4)''.
(q) Correction of Recreational Trails Program Apportionment
Exceptions.--Section 206(d)(3)(A) of title 23, United States Code, is
amended by striking ``(B), (C), and (D)'' and inserting ``(B) and (C)''.

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(r) Correction of Infrastructure Finance.--Section 601(a)(3) of
title 23, United States Code, is amended by inserting ``bbb minus, BBB
(low),'' after ``Baa3,''.
(s) Correction of Miscellaneous Typographical Errors.--
(1) Section 1401 of the Safe, Accountable, Flexible,
Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (119
Stat. 1226) is amended by redesignating [NOTE: 23 USC 130, 148
note.] subsections (d) and (e) as subsections (c) and (d),
respectively.
(2) Section 1404(e) of such [NOTE: 23 USC 402 note.] Act
(119 Stat. 1229) is amended by inserting ``tribal,'' after
``local,''.
(3) Section 10211(b)(2) of such Act (119 Stat. 1937) is
amended by striking ``plan administer'' and inserting ``plan and
administer''.
(4) Section 10212(a) of such Act (119 Stat. 1937) is
amended--
(A) by inserting ``equity bonus,'' after ``minimum
guarantee,'';
(B) by striking ``freight intermodal connectors''
and inserting ``railway-highway crossings'';
(C) by striking ``high risk rural road,''; and
(D) by inserting after ``highway safety improvement
programs'' the following: ``(and separately the set
aside for the high risk rural road program)''.
SEC. 102. MAGLEV.

(a) Funding.--Section 1101(a)(18) of the Safe, Accountable,
Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (119
Stat. 1155) is amended by striking ``Act--'' and all that follows
through the end of the paragraph and inserting ``Act, $45,000,000 for
each of fiscal years 2008 and 2009.''.
(b) Contract Authority.--Section 1307 of the Safe, Accountable,
Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (119
Stat. 1217) [NOTE: 23 USC 322 note.] is amended by adding at the end
the following:

``(e) Contract Authority.--Funds authorized under section
1101(a)(18) shall be available for obligation in the same manner as if
the funds were apportioned under chapter 1 of title 23, United States
Code; except that the funds shall not be transferable and shall remain
available until expended, and the Federal share of the cost of a project
to be carried out with such funds shall be 80 percent.''.
(c) Allocation.--Section 1307 of the Safe, Accountable, Flexible,
Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (119 Stat. 1217)
is amended [NOTE: 23 USC 322 note.] by striking subsection (d) and
inserting the following:

``(d) Allocation.--Of the amounts made available to carry out this
section for a fiscal year, the Secretary shall allocate--
``(1) 50 percent to the Nevada department of transportation
who shall cooperate with the California-Nevada Super Speed Train
Commission for the MAGLEV project between Las Vegas and Primm,
Nevada, as a segment of the high-speed MAGLEV system between Las
Vegas, Nevada, and Anaheim, California; and
``(2) 50 percent for existing MAGLEV projects located east
of the Mississippi River using such criteria as the Secretary
deems appropriate.''.

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(d) Effective Date.--The amendments made by this section take effect
on October 1, 2007.
SEC. 103. PROJECTS OF NATIONAL AND REGIONAL SIGNIFICANCE AND
NATIONAL CORRIDOR INFRASTRUCTURE
IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS.

(a) Project of National and Regional Significance.--The table
contained in section 1301(m) of the Safe, Accountable, Flexible,
Efficient Transportation Equity: A Legacy for Users (119 Stat. 1203)
is [NOTE: 23 USC 101 note.] amended--
(1) in item number 4 by striking the project description and
inserting ``$7,400,000 for planning, design, and construction of
a new American border plaza at the Blue Water Bridge in or near
Port Huron; $12,600,000 for integrated highway realignment and
grade separations at Port Huron to eliminate road blockages from
NAFTA rail traffic'';
(2) in item number 19 by striking the project description
and inserting ``For purposes of construction and other related
transportation improvements associated with the rail yard
relocation in the vicinity of Santa Teresa''; and
(3) in item number 22 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Redesign and reconstruction of interchanges 298
and 299 of I-80 and accompanying improvements to any other
public roads in the vicinity, Monroe County''.

(b) National Corridor Infrastructure Improvement Project.--The table
contained in section 1302(e) of the Safe, Accountable, Flexible,
Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (119 Stat. 1205)
is [NOTE: 23 USC 101 note.] amended in item number 23 by striking the
project description and inserting ``Improvements to State Road 312,
Hammond''.
SEC. 104. IDLING REDUCTION FACILITIES.

Section 111(d) of title 23, United States Code, is repealed.
SEC. 105. PROJECT AUTHORIZATIONS.

(a) Project Modifications.--The table contained in section 1702 of
the Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A
Legacy for Users (119 Stat. 1256) is amended--
(1) in item number 34 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Removal and Reconfiguration of Interstate ramps,
I-40, Memphis'';
(2) by striking item number 61;
(3) in item number 87 by striking the project description
and inserting ``M-291 highway outer road improvement project'';
(4) in item number 128 by striking ``$2,400,000'' and
inserting ``$4,800,000'';
(5) in item number 154 by striking ``Virginia'' and
inserting ``Eveleth'';
(6) in item number 193 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Improvements to or access to Route 108 to
enhance access to the business park near Rumford'';
(7) in item number 240 by striking ``$800,000'' and
inserting ``$2,400,000'';
(8) by striking item number 248;
(9) in item number 274 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Intersection improvements at Belleville and

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Ecorse Roads and approach roadways, and widen Belleville Road
from Ecorse to Tyler, Van Buren Township, Michigan'';
(10) in item number 277 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Construct connector road from Rushing Drive
North to Grand Ave., Williamson County'';
(11) in item number 395 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Plan and construct interchange at I-65, from
existing SR-109 to I-65'';
(12) in item number 463 by striking ``Cookeville'' and
inserting ``Putnam County'';
(13) in item number 576 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Design, right-of-way acquisition, and
construction of Nebraska Highway 35 between Norfolk and South
Sioux City, including an interchange at Milepost 1 on I-129'';
(14) in item number 595 by striking ``Street Closure at''
and inserting ``Transportation improvement project near'';
(15) in item number 649 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Construction and enhancement of the Fillmore
Avenue Corridor, Buffalo'';
(16) in item number 655 by inserting ``, safety improvement
construction,'' after ``Environmental studies'';
(17) in item number 676 by striking the project description
and inserting ``St. Croix River crossing project, Wisconsin
State Highway 64, St. Croix County, Wisconsin, to Minnesota
State Highway 36, Washington County'';
(18) in item number 770 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Improve existing Horns Hill Road in North
Newark, Ohio, from Waterworks Road to Licking Springs Road'';
(19) in item number 777 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Akutan Airport access'';
(20) in item number 829 by striking the project description
and inserting ``$400,000 to conduct New Bedford/Fairhaven Bridge
modernization study; $1,000,000 to design and build New Bedford
Business Park access road'';
(21) in item number 881 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Pedestrian safety improvements near North
Atlantic Boulevard, Monterey Park'';
(22) in item number 923 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Improve safety of a horizontal curve on
Clarksville St. 0.25 miles north of 275th Rd. in Grandview
Township, Edgar County'';
(23) in item number 947 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Third East/West River Crossing, St. Lucie
River'';
(24) in item numbers 959 and 3327 by striking ``Northern
Section,'' each place it appears;
(25) in item number 963 by striking the project description
and inserting ``For engineering, right-of-way acquisition, and
reconstruction of 2 existing lanes on Manhattan Road from
Baseline Road to Route 53'';
(26) in item number 983 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Land acquisition for highway mitigation in
Cecil, Kent, Queen Annes, and Worcester Counties'';
(27) in item number 1039 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Widen State Route 98, including storm drain
developments, from D. Navarro Avenue to State Route 111'';

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(28) in item number 1047 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Bridge and road work at Little Susitna River
Access road in Matanuska-Susitna Borough'';
(29) in item number 1124 by striking ``bridge over
Stillwater River, Orono'' and inserting ``routes'';
(30) in item number 1206 by striking ``Pleasantville'' and
inserting ``Briarcliff Manor'';
(31) in item number 1281 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Upgrade roads in Attala County District 4 (Roads
4211 and 4204), Kosciusko, Ward 2, and Ethel, Attala County'';
(32) in item number 1487 by striking ``$800,000'' and
inserting ``$1,600,000'';
(33) in item number 1575 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Highway and road signage, and traffic signal
synchronization and upgrades, in Shippensburg Boro, Shippensburg
Township, and surrounding municipalities'';
(34) in item number 1661 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Sheldon West Extension in Matanuska-Susitna
Borough'';
(35) in item number 1810 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Design, engineering, ROW acquisition,
construction, and construction engineering for the
reconstruction of TH 95, from 12th Avenue to CSAH 13, including
bridge and approaches, ramps, intersecting roadways, signals,
turn lanes, and multiuse trail, North Branch'';
(36) in item number 1852 by striking ``Milepost 9.3'' and
inserting ``Milepost 24.3'';
(37) in item numbers 1926 and 2893 by striking the project
descriptions and inserting ``Grading, paving roads, and the
transfer of rail-to-truck for the intermodal facility at
Rickenbacker Airport, Columbus, Ohio'';
(38) in item number 1933 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Enhance Byzantine Latino Quarter transit plazas
at Normandie and Pico, and Hoover and Pico, Los Angeles, by
improving streetscapes, including expanding concrete and
paving'';
(39) in item number 1975 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Point MacKenzie Access Road improvements in
Matanuska-Susitna Borough'';
(40) in item number 2015 by striking the project description
and amount and inserting ``Heidelberg Borough/Scott Township/
Carnegie Borough for design, engineering, acquisition, and
construction of streetscaping enhancements, paving, lighting and
safety upgrades, and parking improvements'' and ``$2,000,000'',
respectively;
(41) in item number 2087 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Railroad crossing improvement on Illinois Route
82 in Geneseo'';
(42) in item number 2211 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Construct road projects and transportation
enhancements as part of or connected to RiverScape Phase III,
Montgomery County, Ohio'';
(43) in item number 2234 by striking the project description
and amount and inserting ``North Atherton Signal Coordination
Project in Centre County'' and ``$400,000'', respectively;

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(44) in item number 2316 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Construct a new bridge at Indian Street, Martin
County'';
(45) in item number 2420 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Preconstruction and construction activities of
U.S. 51 between the Assumption Bypass and Vandalia'';
(46) in item number 2482 by striking ``Country'' and
inserting ``County'';
(47) in item number 2663 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Rosemead Boulevard safety enhancement and
beautification, Temple City'';
(48) in item number 2671 by striking ``from 2 to 5 lanes and
improve alignment within rights-of-way in St. George'' and
inserting ``, St. George'';
(49) in item number 2743 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Improve safety of culvert replacement on 250th
Rd. between 460th St. and Cty Hwy 20 in Grandview Township,
Edgar County'';
(50) by striking item number 2800;
(51) in item number 2826 by striking ``State Street and
Cajon Boulevard'' and inserting ``Palm Avenue'';
(52) in item number 2931 by striking ``Frazho Road'' and
inserting ``Martin Road'';
(53) in item number 3047 by inserting ``and roadway
improvements'' after ``safety project'';
(54) in item number 3078 by striking the project description
and inserting ``U.S. 2/Sultan Basin Road improvements in
Sultan'';
(55) in item number 3174 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Improving Outer Harbor access through planning,
design, construction, and relocations of Southtowns Connector-NY
Route 5, Fuhrmann Boulevard, and a bridge connecting the Outer
Harbor to downtown Buffalo at the Inner Harbor'';
(56) in item number 3219 by striking ``Forest'' and
inserting ``Warren'';
(57) in item number 3254 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Reconstruct PA Route 274/34 Corridor, Perry
County'';
(58) in item number 3260 by striking ``Lake Shore Drive''
and inserting ``Lakeshore Drive and parking facility/entrance
improvements serving the Museum of Science and Industry'';
(59) in item number 3368 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Plan, design, and engineering, Ludlam Trail,
Miami'';
(60) in item number 3410 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Design, purchase land, and construct sound walls
along the west side of I-65 from approximately 950 feet south of
the Harding Place interchange south to Hogan Road'';
(61) in item number 3537 by inserting ``and the study of
alternatives along the North South Corridor,'' after ``Valley'';
(62) in item number 3582 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Improving Outer Harbor access through planning,
design, construction, and relocations of Southtowns Connector-NY
Route 5, Fuhrmann Boulevard, and a bridge connecting the Outer
Harbor to downtown Buffalo at the Inner Harbor'';

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(63) in item number 3604 by inserting ``/Kane Creek
Boulevard'' after ``500 West'';
(64) in item number 3632 by striking the State, project
description, and amount and inserting ``FL'', ``Pine Island Road
pedestrian overpass, city of Tamarac'', and ``$610,000'',
respectively;
(65) in item number 3634 by striking the matters in the
State, project description, and amount columns and inserting
``FL'', ``West Avenue Bridge, city of Miami Beach'', and
``$620,000'', respectively;
(66) in item number 3673 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Improve marine dry-dock and facilities in
Ketchikan'';
(67) in item number 2942 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Redesigning the intersection of Business U.S.
322/High Street and Rosedale Avenue and constructing a new East
Campus Drive between High Street (U.S. 322) and Matlock Street
at West Chester University, West Chester, Pennsylvania'';
(68) in item number 2781 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Highway and road signage, road construction, and
other transportation improvement and enhancement projects on or
near Highway 26, in Riverton and surrounding areas'';
(69) in item number 2430 by striking ``200 South
Interchange'' and inserting ``400 South Interchange'';
(70) by striking item number 20;
(71) in item number 424 by striking ``$264,000'' and
inserting ``$644,000'';
(72) in item number 1210 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Town of New Windsor--Riley Road, Shore Drive,
and area road improvements'';
(73) by striking item numbers 68, 905, and 1742;
(74) in item number 1059 by striking ``$240,000'' and
inserting ``$420,000'';
(75) in item number 2974 by striking ``$120,000'' and
inserting ``$220,000'';
(76) by striking item numbers 841, 960, and 2030;
(77) in item number 1278 by striking ``$740,000'' and
inserting ``$989,600'';
(78) in item number 207 by striking ``$13,600,000'' and
inserting ``$13,200,000'';
(79) in item number 2656 by striking ``$12,228,000'' and
inserting ``$8,970,000'';
(80) in item number 1983 by striking ``$1,600,000'' and
inserting ``$1,000,000'';
(81) in item number 753 by striking ``$2,700,000'' and
inserting ``$3,200,000'';
(82) in item number 64 by striking ``$6,560,000'' and
inserting ``$8,480,000'';
(83) in item number 2338 by striking ``$1,600,000'' and
inserting ``$1,800,000'';
(84) in item number 1533 by striking ``$392,000'' and
inserting ``$490,000'';
(85) in item number 1354 by striking ``$40,000'' and
inserting ``$50,000'';

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(86) in item number 3106 by striking ``$400,000'' and
inserting ``$500,000'';
(87) in item number 799 by striking ``$1,600,000'' and
inserting ``$2,000,000'';
(88) in item number 159--
(A) by striking ``Construct interchange for 146th
St. and I-69'' and inserting ``Upgrade 146th St. to I-69
Access''; and
(B) by striking ``$2,400,000'' and inserting
``$3,200,000'';
(89) by striking item number 2936;
(90) in item number 3138 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Elimination of highway-railway crossing along
the KO railroad from Salina to Osborne to increase safety and
reduce congestion'';
(91) in item number 2274 by striking ``between Farmington
and Merriman'' and inserting ``between Hines Drive and Inkster,
Flamingo Street between Ann Arbor Trail and Joy Road, and the
intersection of Warren Road and Newburgh Road'';
(92) in item number 52 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Pontiac Trail between E. Liberty and McHattie
Street'';
(93) in item number 1544 by striking ``connector'';
(94) in item number 2573 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Rehabilitation of Sugar Hill Road in North
Salem, NY'';
(95) in item number 1450 by striking ``III-VI'' and
inserting ``III-VII'';
(96) in item number 2637 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Construction, road and safety improvements in
Geauga County, OH'';
(97) in item number 2342 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Streetscaping, bicycle trails, and related
improvements to the I-90/SR-615 interchange and adjacent area
and Heisley Road in Mentor, including acquisition of necessary
right-of-way within the Newell Creek development to build future
bicycle trails and bicycle staging areas that will connect into
the existing bicycle trail system at I-90/SR-615, widening the
Garfield Road Bridge over I-90 to provide connectivity to the
existing bicycle trail system between the I-90/SR-615
interchange and Lakeland Community College, and acquisition of
additional land needed for the preservation of the Lake
Metroparks Greenspace Corridor with the Newell Creek development
adjacent to the I-90/SR-615 interchange'';
(98) in item number 161 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Construct False Pass causeway and road to the
terminus of the south arm  breakwater project'';
(99) in item number 2002 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Dowling Road extension/reconstruction west from
Minnesota Drive to Old Seward Highway, Anchorage'';
(100) in item number 2023 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Biking and pedestrian trail
construction, Kentland'';
(101) in item number 2035 by striking ``Replace'' and
inserting ``Repair'';
(102) in item number 2511 by striking ``Replace'' and
inserting ``Rehabilitate'';

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(103) in item number 2981 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Roadway improvements on Highway 262
on the Navajo Nation in Aneth'';
(104) in item number 2068 by inserting ``and approaches''
after ``capacity'';
(105) in item number 98 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Right-of-way acquisition and construction for
the 77th Street reconstruction project, including the Lyndale
Avenue Bridge over I-494, Richfield'';
(106) in item number 1783 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Clark Road access improvements,
Jacksonville'';
(107) in item number 2711 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Main Street Road Improvements
through Springfield, Jacksonville'';
(108) in item number 3485 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Improve SR 105 (Hecksher Drive) from
Drummond Point to August Road, including bridges across the
Broward River and Dunns Creek, Jacksonville'';
(109) in item number 3486 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Construct improvements to NE 19th
Street/NE 19th Terrace from NE 3rd Avenue to NE 8th Avenue,
Gainesville'';
(110) in item number 3487 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Construct improvements to NE 25th
Street from SR 26 (University Blvd.) to NE 8th Avenue,
Gainesville'';
(111) in item number 803 by striking ``St. Clair County''
and inserting ``city of Madison'';
(112) in item number 615 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Roadway improvements to Jackson Avenue between
Jericho Turnpike and Teibrook Avenue'';
(113) by striking item number 889;
(114) in item number 324 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Alger County, to reconstruct, pave, and realign
a portion of H-58 from 2,600 feet south of Little Beaver Lake
Road to 4,600 feet east of Hurricane River'';
(115) in item number 301 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Improvements for St. Georges Avenue between East
Baltimore Avenue on the southwest and Chandler Avenue on the
northeast'';
(116) in item number 1519 by inserting ``at the intersection
of Quincy/West Drinker/Electric Streets near the Dunmore School
complex'' after ``roadway redesign'';
(117) in item number 2604 by inserting ``on Coolidge, Bridge
(from Main to Monroe), Skytop (from Gedding to Skytop), Atwell
(from Bear Creek Rd. to Pittston Township), Wood (to Bear Creek
Rd.), Pine, Oak (from Penn Avenue to Lackawanna Avenue), McLean,
Second, and Lolli Lane'' after ``roadway redesign'';
(118) in item number 1157 by inserting ``on Mill Street from
Prince Street to Roberts Street, John Street from Roberts Street
to end, Thomas Street from Roberts Street to end, Williams
Street from Roberts Street to end, Charles Street from Roberts
Street to end, Fair Street from Roberts Street to end, Newport
Avenue from East Kirmar Avenue to end'' after ``roadway
redesign'';

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(119) in item number 805 by inserting ``on Oak Street from
Stark Street to the township line at Mayock Street and on East
Mountain Boulevard'' after ``roadway redesign'';
(120) in item number 2704 by inserting ``on West Cemetery
Street and Frederick Courts'' after ``roadway redesign'';
(121) in item number 4599 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Pedestrian paths, stairs, seating,
landscaping, lighting, and other transportation enhancement
activities along Riverside Boulevard and at Riverside Park
South'';
(122) in item number 1363 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Design, engineering, right-of-way
acquisition, and construction of streetscaping enhancements,
paving, lighting, safety improvements, handicap access ramps,
parking, and roadway redesign on Bilbow Street from Church
Street to Pugh Street, on Pugh Street from Swallow Street to
Main Street, Jones Lane from Main Street to Hoblak Street,
Cherry Street from Green Street to Church Street, Main Street
from Jackson Street to end, Short Street from Cherry Street to
Main Street, and Hillside Avenue in Edwardsville Borough,
Luzerne County'';
(123) in item number 883 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Design, engineering, right-of-way acquisition,
and construction of streetscaping enhancements, paving,
lighting, parking, roadway redesign, and safety improvements
(including curbing, stop signs, crosswalks, and pedestrian
sidewalks) at and around the 3-way intersection involving
Susquehanna Avenue, Erie Street, and Second Street in West
Pittston, Luzerne County'';
(124) in item number 625 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Design, engineering, right-of-way acquisition,
and construction of streetscaping enhancements, paving,
lighting, safety improvements, parking, and roadway redesign on
Sampson Street, Dunn Avenue, Powell Street, Josephine Street,
Pittston Avenue, Railroad Street, McClure Avenue, and Baker
Street in Old Forge Borough, Lackawanna County'';
(125) in item number 372 by inserting ``, replacement of the
Nesbitt Street Bridge, and placement of a guard rail adjacent to
St. Vladimir's Cemetery on Mountain Road (S.R. 1007)'' after
``roadway redesign'';
(126) in item number 2308 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Design, engineering, right-of-way
acquisition, and construction of streetscaping enhancements,
paving, lighting, safety improvements, parking, and roadway
redesign, including a project to establish emergency access to
Catherino Drive from South Valley Avenue in Throop Borough,
Lackawanna County'';
(127) in item number 967 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Design, engineering, right-of-way acquisition,
and construction of streetscaping enhancements, paving,
lighting, safety improvements, parking, roadway redesign, and
catch basin restoration and replacement on Cherry Street, Willow
Street, Eno Street, Flat Road, Krispin Street, Parrish Street,
Carver Street, Church Street, Franklin Street, Carolina Street,
East Main Street, and Rear Shawnee Avenue in Plymouth Borough,
Luzerne County'';

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(128) in item number 989 by inserting ``on Old Ashley Road,
Ashley Street, Phillips Street, First Street, Ferry Road, and
Division Street'' after ``roadway redesign'';
(129) in item number 342 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Design, engineering, right-of-way acquisition,
and construction of streetscaping enhancements, paving,
lighting, safety improvements, parking, roadway redesign, and
cross pipe and catch basin restoration and replacement on
Northgate, Mandy Court, Vine Street, and 36th Street in
Milnesville West, and on Hillside Drive (including the widening
of the bridge on Hillside Drive), Club 40 Road, Sunburst and
Venisa Drives, and Stockton #7 Road in Hazle Township, Luzerne
County'';
(130) in item number 2332 by striking ``Monroe County'' and
inserting ``Carbon, Monroe, Pike, and Wayne Counties'';
(131) in item number 4914 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Roadway improvements on I-90 loop in
Mitchell along Haven Street from near Burr Street to near Ohlman
Street'';
(132) by striking item number 2723;
(133) in item number 61 by striking the matters in the
State, project description, and amount columns and inserting
``AL'', ``Grade crossing improvements along Wiregrass Central RR
at Boll Weevil Bypass in Enterprise, AL'', and ``$250,000'',
respectively;
(134) in item number 314 by striking the project description
and amount and inserting ``Streetscape enhancements to the
transit and pedestrian corridor, Fort Lauderdale, Downtown
Development Authority'' and ``$610,000'', respectively;
(135) in item number 1639 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Operational and highway safety
improvements on Hwy 94 between the 20 mile marker post in Jamul
and Hwy 188 in Tecate'';
(136) in item number 2860 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Roadway improvements from Halchita
to Mexican Hat on the Navajo Nation'';
(137) in item number 2549 by striking ``on Navy Pier'';
(138) in item number 2804 by striking ``on Navy Pier'';
(139) in item number 1328 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Construct public access roadways and
pedestrian safety improvements in and around Montclair State
University in Clifton'';
(140) in item number 2559 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Construct sound walls on Route 164
at and near the Maersk interchange'';
(141) in item number 1849 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Highway, traffic-flow, pedestrian
facility, and streetscape improvements, Pittsburgh'';
(142) in item number 697 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Highway, traffic-flow, pedestrian facility, and
streetscape improvements, Pittsburgh'';
(143) in item number 3597 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Road Alignment from IL Route 159 to
Sullivan Drive, Swansea'';

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(144) in item number 2352 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Streetscaping and transportation
enhancements on 7th Street in Calexico, traffic signalization on
Highway 78, construction of the Renewable Energy and
Transportation Learning Center, improve and enlarge parking lot,
and create bus stop, Brawley'';
(145) in item number 3482 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Conduct a study to examine multi-
modal improvements to the I-5 corridor between the Main Street
Interchange and State Route 54'';
(146) in item number 1275 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Scoping, permitting, engineering,
construction management, and construction of Riverbank Park Bike
Trail, Kearny'';
(147) in item number 726 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Grade Separation at Vanowen and Clybourn,
Burbank'';
(148) in item number 1579 by striking the project
description and inserting ``San Gabriel Blvd. rehabilitation
project, Mission Road to Broadway, San Gabriel'';
(149) in item number 2690 by striking the project
description and inserting ``San Gabriel Blvd. rehabilitation
project, Mission Road to Broadway, San Gabriel'';
(150) in item number 2811 by striking the project
description and inserting ``San Gabriel Blvd. rehabilitation
project, Mission Road to Broadway, San Gabriel'';
(151) in item number 259 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Design and construction of the Clair Nelson
Intermodal Center in Finland, Lake County'';
(152) in item number 3456 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Completion of Phase II/Part I of a
project on Elizabeth Avenue in Coleraine to west of Itasca
County State Aid Highway 15 in Itasca County'';
(153) in item number 2329 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Upgrade streets, undertake
streetscaping, and implement traffic and pedestrian safety
signalization improvements and highway-rail crossing safety
improvements, Oak Lawn'';
(154) in item number 766 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Design and construction of the walking path at
Ellis Pond, Norwood'';
(155) in item number 3474 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Yellow River Trail, Newton County'';
(156) in item number 3291 by striking the amount and
inserting ``$200,000'';
(157) in item number 3635 by striking the matters in the
State, project description, and amount columns and inserting
``GA'', ``Access Road in Montezuma'', and ``$200,000'',
respectively;
(158) in item number 716 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Conduct a project study report for new Highway
99 Interchange between SR 165 and Bradbury Road, and safety
improvements/realignment of SR 165, serving Turlock/Hilmar
region'';
(159) in item number 1386 by striking the project
description and amount and inserting ``Pedestrian and bicycle
facilities,

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and street lighting in Haddon Heights'' and ``$300,000'',
respectively;
(160) in item number 2720 by striking the project
description and amount and inserting ``Pedestrian and bicycle
facilities and street lighting in Barrington and streetscape
improvements to Clements Bridge Road from the circle at the
White Horse Pike to NJ Turnpike overpass in Barrington'' and
``$700,000'', respectively;
(161) in item number 2523 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Penobscot Riverfront Development for
bicycle trails, amenities, traffic circulation improvements, and
waterfront access or stabilization, Bangor and Brewer'';
(162) in item number 545 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Planning, design, and construction of
improvements to the highway systems connecting to Lewistown and
Auburn downtowns'';
(163) by striking item number 2168;
(164) by striking item number 170;
(165) in item number 2366 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Design, engineering, right-of-way
acquisition, and paving of the parking lot at the Casey Plaza in
Wilkes-Barre Township'';
(166) in item number 826 by striking ``and Interstate 81''
and inserting ``and exit 168 on Interstate 81 or the
intersection of the connector road with Northampton St.'';
(167) in item number 2144 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Design, engineering, right-of-way
acquisition and construction of streetscaping enhancements,
paving, lighting, safety improvements, parking, and roadway
redesign on Third Street from Pittston Avenue to Packer Street;
Swift Street from Packer Street to Railroad Street; Clark Street
from Main Street to South Street; School Street from Main Street
to South Street; Plane Street from Grove Street to William
Street; John Street from 4 John Street to William Street; Grove
Street from Plane Street to Duryea Borough line; Wood Street
from Cherry Street to Hawthorne Street in Avoca Borough, Luzerne
County'';
(168) in item number 1765 by striking the project
description and amount and inserting ``Design, engineering,
right-of-way acquisition, and construction of street
improvements, streetscaping enhancements, paving, lighting,
safety improvements, parking, roadway redesign in Pittston,
including right-of-way acquisition, structure demolition, and
intersection safety improvements in the vicinity of and
including Main, William, and Parsonage Streets in Pittston'' and
``$1,600,000'', respectively;
(169) in item number 2957 by striking the project
description and amount and inserting ``Design, engineering, land
acquisition, right-of-way acquisition, and construction of a
parking garage, streetscaping enhancements, paving, lighting,
safety improvements, parking, and roadway redesign in the city
of Wilkes-Barre'' and ``$2,800,000'', respectively;
(170) in item number 3283 by striking the project
description and amount and inserting ``Pedestrian access
improvements, including installation of infrastructure and
equipment for security and surveillance purposes at subway
stations in Astoria, New York'' and ``$1,300,000'',
respectively;

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(171) in item number 3556 by striking the project
description and amount and inserting ``Design and rehabilitate
staircases used as streets due to the steep grade of terrain in
Bronx County'' and ``$1,100,000'', respectively;
(172) by striking item number 203;
(173) by striking item number 552;
(174) by striking item number 590;
(175) by striking item number 759;
(176) by striking item number 879;
(177) by striking item number 1071;
(178) by striking item number 1382;
(179) by striking item number 1897;
(180) by striking item number 2553;
(181) in item number 3014 by striking the project
description and amount and inserting ``Design and Construct
school safety projects in New York City'' and ``$2,500,000'',
respectively;
(182) in item number 2375 by striking the project
description and amount and inserting ``Subsurface environmental
study to measure presence of methane and benzene gasses in
vicinity of Greenpoint, Brooklyn, and the Kosciusko Bridge,
resulting from the Newtown Creek oil spill'' and ``$100,000'';
(183) in item number 221 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Study and Implement transportation improvements
on Flatbush Ave. between Avenue U and the Marine Park Bridge in
front of Gateway National Park in Kings County, New York'';
(184) in item number 2732 striking the project description
and inserting ``Pedestrian safety improvements in the vicinity
of LIRR stations'';
(185) by striking item number 99;
(186) in item number 398 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Construct a new 2-lane road extending north from
University Park Drive and improvements to University Park
Drive'';
(187) in item number 446 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Transportation improvements for development of
the Williamsport-Pile Bay Road corridor'';
(188) in item number 671 by striking ``and Pedestrian Trail
Expansion'' and inserting ``, including parking facilities and
Pedestrian Trail Expansion'';
(189) in item number 674 by striking the matters in the
State, project description, and amount columns and inserting
``AL'', ``Grade crossing improvements along Conecuh Valley RR at
Henderson Highway (CR-21) in Troy, AL'', and ``$300,000'',
respectively;
(190) in item number 739 by striking the matters in the
State, project description, and amount columns and inserting
``AL'', ``Grade crossing improvements along Luxapalila Valley RR
in Lamar and Fayette Counties, AL (Crossings at CR-6, CR-20, SH-
7, James Street, and College Drive)'', and ``$300,000'',
respectively;
(191) in item number 746 by striking ``Planning and
construction of a bicycle trail adjacent to the I-90 and SR 615
Interchange in'' and inserting ``Planning, construction, and
extension of bicycle trails adjacent to the I-90 and SR 615
Interchange, along the Greenway Corridor and throughout'';

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(192) in item number 749 by striking the matters in the
State, project description, and amount columns and inserting
``PA'', ``UPMC Heliport in Bedford'', and ``$750,000'',
respectively;
(193) in item number 813 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Preliminary design and study of long-term
roadway approach alternatives to TH 36/SH 64 St. Croix River
Crossing Project'';
(194) in item number 816 by striking ``$800,000'' and
inserting ``$880,000'';
(195) in item number 852 by striking ``Acquire Right-of-Way
for Ludlam Trail, Miami, Florida'' and inserting ``Planning,
design, and engineering, Ludlam Trail, Miami'';
(196) in item number 994 by striking the matters in the
State, project description, and amount columns and inserting
``PA'', ``Construct 2 flyover ramps and S. Linden Street exit
for access to industrial sites in the cities of McKeesport and
Duquesne'', and ``$500,000'', respectively;
(197) in item number 1015 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Mississippi River Crossing
connecting I-94 and US 10 between US 160 and TH 101, MN'';
(198) in item number 1101 by striking the project
description and inserting ``I-285 underpass/tunnel assessment
and engineering and interchange improvements in Sandy Springs'';
(199) in item number 1211 by striking the matters in the
State, project description, and amount columns and inserting
``PA'', ``Road improvements and upgrades related to the
Pennsylvania State Baseball Stadium'', and ``$500,000'',
respectively;
(200) in item number 1345 by striking ``to Stony Creek Park,
25 Mile Road in Shelby Township'' and inserting ``south to the
city of Utica'';
(201) in item number 1501 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Construction and right-of-way
acquisition of TH 241, CSAH 35 and associated streets in the
city of St. Michael'';
(202) in item number 1525 by striking ``north of CSX RR
Bridge'' and inserting ``US Highway 90'';
(203) in item number 1847 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Improve roads, sidewalks, and road
drainage, City of Seward'';
(204) in item number 2031 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Construct and improve Westside
Parkway in Fulton County'';
(205) in item number 2103 by striking ``$2,000,000'' and
inserting ``$3,000,000'';
(206) in item number 2219 by striking ``SR 91 in City of
Twinsburg, OH'' and inserting ``Center Valley Parkway in
Twinsburg, OH'';
(207) in item number 2302 by inserting ``and other road
improvements to Safford Street'' after ``crossings'';
(208) in item number 2560 by striking the project
description and inserting ``I-285 underpass/tunnel assessment
and engineering and interchange improvements in Sandy Springs'';
(209) in item number 2563 by striking the project
description and amount and inserting ``Construct hike and bike
path

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as part of Bridgeview Bridge replacement in Macomb County'' and
``$486,400'', respectively;
(210) in item number 2698 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Interchanges at I-95/Ellis Road and
between Grant Road and Micco Road, Brevard County'';
(211) in item number 3141 by striking ``$2,800,000'' and
inserting ``$1,800,000'';
(212) by striking item number 3160;
(213) in item number 3353 by inserting ``and construction''
after ``mitigation'';
(214) in item number 996 by striking ``$2,000,000'' and
inserting ``$687,000'';
(215) in item number 2166 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Design, right-of-way acquisition,
and construction for I-35 and CSAH2 interchange and CSAH2
corridor to TH61 in Forest Lake'';
(216) in item number 3251 by striking the project
description and inserting ``I-94 and Radio Drive Interchange and
frontage road project, design, right-of-way acquisition, and
construction, Woodbury'';
(217) in item number 1488 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Construct a 4-lane highway between
Maverick Junction and the Nebraska border'';
(218) in item number 3240 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Railroad-highway crossings in
Pierre'';
(219) in item number 1738 by striking ``Paving'' and
inserting ``Planning, design, and construction'';
(220) in item number 3672 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Pave remaining stretch of BIA Route
4 from the junction of the BIA Route 4 and N8031 in Pinon, AZ,
to the Navajo and Hopi border'';
(221) in item number 2424 by striking ``Construction'' and
inserting ``preconstruction (including survey and archeological
clearances) and construction'';
(222) in item number 1216 by striking the matters in the
State, project description, and amount columns and inserting
``PA'', ``For roadway construction improvements to Route 222
relocation, Lehigh County'', and ``$1,313,000'', respectively;
(223) in item number 2956 by striking ``$1,360,000'' and
inserting ``$2,080,000'';
(224) in item number 1256 by striking the matters in the
State, project description, and amount columns and inserting
``PA'', ``Construction of a bridge over Brandywine Creek as part
of the Boot Road extension project, Downingtown Borough'', and
``$700,000'', respectively;
(225) in item number 1291 by striking the matters in the
State, project description, and amount columns and inserting
``PA'', ``Enhance parking facilities in Chester Springs,
Historic Yellow Springs'', and ``$20,000'', respectively;
(226) in item number 1304 by striking the matters in the
State, project description, and amount columns and inserting
``PA'', ``Improve the intersection at SR 100/SR 4003 (Kernsville
Road), Lehigh County'', and ``$250,000'', respectively;
(227) in item number 1357 by striking the matters in the
State, project description, and amount columns and

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inserting ``PA'', ``Intersection signalization at SR 3020
(Newburg Road)/Country Club Road, Northampton County'', and
``$250,000'', respectively;
(228) in item number 1395 by striking the matters in the
State, project description, and amount columns and inserting
``PA'', ``Improve the intersection at SR 100/SR 29, Lehigh
County'', and ``$220,000'', respectively;
(229) in item number 80 by striking ``$4,544,000'' and
inserting ``$4,731,200'';
(230) in item number 2096 by striking ``$4,800,000'' and
inserting ``$5,217,600'';
(231) in item number 1496 by striking the matters in the
State, project description, and amount columns and inserting
``PA'', ``Study future needs of East-West road infrastructure in
Adams County'', and ``$115,200'', respectively;
(232) in item number 2193 by striking the project
description and inserting ``710 Freeway Study to comprehensively
evaluate the technical feasibility of a tunnel alternative to
close the 710 Freeway gap, considering all practicable routes,
in addition to any potential route previously considered, and
with no funds to be used for preliminary engineering or
environmental review except to the extent necessary to determine
feasibility'';
(233) in item number 2445 by striking the project
description and inserting ``$600,000 for road and pedestrian
safety improvements on Main Street in the Village of Patchogue;
$900,000 for road and pedestrian safety improvements on Montauk
Highway, between NYS Route 112 and Suffolk County Road 101 in
Suffolk County'';
(234) in item number 346 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Hansen Dam Recreation Area access improvements,
including hillside stabilization and parking lot rehabilitation
along Osborne Street between Glenoaks Boulevard and Dronfield
Avenue'';
(235) by striking item number 449;
(236) in item number 3688 by striking ``road'' and inserting
``trail'';
(237) in item number 3695 by striking ``in Soldotna'' and
inserting ``in the Kenai River corridor'';
(238) in item number 3699 by striking ``to improve fish
habitat'';
(239) in item number 3700 by inserting ``and ferry
facilities'' after ``a ferry'';
(240) in item number 3703 by inserting ``or other roads''
after ``Cape Blossom Road'';
(241) in item number 3704 by striking ``Fairbanks'' and
inserting ``Alaska Highway'';
(242) in item number 3705 by striking ``in Cook Inlet for
the Westside development/Williamsport-Pile Bay Road'' and
inserting ``for development of the Williamsport-Pile Bay Road
corridor'';
(243) in item number 3829 by striking the amount and
inserting ``$3,050,000'';
(244) by inserting after item number 3829 the following:


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``3829A                         CO  U.S. 550, New Mexico     $950,000'';
State line to
Durango


(245) in item number 4788 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Heidelberg Borough/Scott Township/
Carnegie Borough for design, engineering, acquisition, and
construction of streetscaping enhancements, paving, lighting and
safety upgrades, and parking improvements'';
(246) in item number 3861 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Creation of a greenway path along
the Naugatuck River in Waterbury'';
(247) in item number 3883 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Wilmington Riverfront Access and
Street Grid Redesign'';
(248) in item number 3892 by striking ``$5,000,000'' and
inserting ``$8,800,000'';
(249) in item number 3894 by striking ``$5,000,000'' and
inserting ``$1,200,000'';
(250) in item number 3909 by striking the project
description and inserting ``S.R. 281, the Avalon Boulevard
Expansion Project from Interstate 10 to U.S. Highway 91'';
(251) in item number 3911 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Construct a new bridge at Indian
Street, Martin County'';
(252) in item number 3916 by striking the project
description and inserting ``City of Hollywood for U.S. 1/Federal
Highway, north of Young Circle'';
(253) in item number 3937 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Kingsland bypass from CR 61 to I-95,
Camden County'';
(254) in item number 3945 by striking ``CR 293 to CS 5231''
and inserting ``SR 371 to SR 400'';
(255) in item number 3965 by striking ``transportation
projects'' and inserting ``and air quality projects'';
(256) in item number 3986 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Extension of Sugarloaf Parkway,
Gwinnett County'';
(257) in item number 3999 by striking ``Bridges'' and
inserting ``Bridge and Corridor'';
(258) in item number 4003 by striking the project
description and inserting ``City of Council Bluffs and
Pottawattamie County East Beltway Roadway and Connectors
Project'';
(259) in item number 4043 by striking ``MP 9.3, Segment I,
II, and III'' and inserting ``Milepost 24.3'';
(260) in item number 4050 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Preconstruction and construction
activities of U.S. 51 between the Assumption Bypass and
Vandalia'';
(261) in item number 4058 by striking the project
description and inserting ``For improvements to the road between
Brighton and Bunker Hill in Macoupin County'';
(262) in each of item numbers 4062 and 4084 by striking the
project description and inserting ``Preconstruction,
construction, and related research and studies of I-290 Cap the
Ike project in the village of Oak Park'';

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(263) in item number 4089 by inserting ``and parking
facility/entrance improvements serving the Museum of Science and
Industry'' after ``Lakeshore Drive'';
(264) in item number 4103 by inserting ``and adjacent to
the'' before ``Shawnee'';
(265) in item number 4110 by striking the project
description and inserting ``For improvements to the road between
Brighton and Bunker Hill in Macoupin County'';
(266) in item number 4120 by striking the matters in the
project description and amount columns and inserting ``Upgrade
146th Street to Improve I-69 Access'' and ``$800,000'',
respectively;
(267) in item number 4125 by striking ``$250,000'' and
inserting ``$1,650,000'';
(268) by striking item number 4170;
(269) by striking item number 4179;
(270) in item number 4185 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Replace the Clinton Street Bridge
spanning St. Mary's River in downtown Fort Wayne'';
(271) in item number 4299 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Improve U.S. 40, MD 715 interchange
and other roadways in the vicinity of Aberdeen Proving Ground to
support BRAC-related growth'';
(272) in item number 4313 by striking ``Maryland Avenue''
and all that follows through ``Rd. corridor'' and inserting
``intermodal access, streetscape, and pedestrian safety
improvements'';
(273) in item number 4315 by striking ``stormwater
mitigation project'' and inserting ``environmental preservation
project'';
(274) in item number 4318 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Planning, design, and construction
of improvements to the highway systems connecting to Lewiston
and Auburn downtowns'';
(275) in item number 4323 by striking the project
description and inserting ``MaineDOT Acadia intermodal passenger
and maintenance facility'';
(276) in item number 4338 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Construct 1 or more grade-separated
crossings of I-75, and make associated improvements to improve
local and regional east-west mobility between Mileposts 279 and
282'';
(277) in item number 4355 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Design, engineering, ROW
acquisition, construction, and construction engineering for the
reconstruction of TH 95, from 12th Avenue to CSAH 13, including
bridge and approaches, ramps, intersecting roadways, signals,
turn lanes, and multiuse trail, North Branch'';
(278) in item number 4357 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Design, construct, ROW, and expand
TH 241 and CSAH 35 and associated streets in the city of St.
Michael'';
(279) in item number 4360 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Planning, design, and construction
for Twin Cities Bioscience Corridor in St. Paul'';
(280) in item number 4362 by striking the project
description and inserting ``I-494/U.S. 169 interchange
reconstruction

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including U.S. 169/Valley View Road interchange, Twin Cities
Metropolitan Area'';
(281) in item number 4365 by striking the project
description and inserting ``34th Street realignment and 34th
Street and I-94 interchange, including retention and
reconstruction of the SE Main Avenue/CSAH 52 interchange ramps
at I-94, and other transportation improvements for the city of
Moorhead, including the SE Main Avenue GSI and Moorhead
Comprehensive Rail Safety Program'';
(282) in item number 4369 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Construction of 8th Street North,
Stearns C.R. 120 to TH 15 in St. Cloud'';
(283) in item number 4371 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Construction and ROW of TH 241, CSAH
35 and associated streets in the city of St. Michael'';
(284) in item number 4411 by striking ``Southaven'' and
inserting ``DeSoto County'';
(285) in item number 4424 by striking the project
description and inserting ``U.S. 93 Evaro to Polson
transportation improvement projects'';
(286) in item number 4428 by striking the project
description and inserting ``US 76 improvements'';
(287) in item number 4457 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Construct an interchange at an
existing grade separation at SR 1602 (Old Stantonsburg Rd.) and
U.S. 264 Bypass in Wilson County'';
(288) in item number 4461 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Transportation and related
improvements at Queens University of Charlotte, including the
Queens Science Center and the Marion Diehl Center, Charlotte'';
(289) in item number 4507 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Design, right-of-way acquisition,
and construction of Highway 35 between Norfolk and South Sioux
City, including an interchange at milepost 1 on U.S. I-129'';
(290) in item number 4555 by inserting ``Canal Street and''
after ``Reconstruction of'';
(291) in item number 4565 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Railroad Construction and
Acquisition, Ely and White Pine County'';
(292) in item number 4588 by inserting ``Private Parking
and'' before ``Transportation'';
(293) in item number 4596 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Centerway Bridge and Bike Trail
Project, Corning'';
(294) in item number 4610 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Preparation, demolition, disposal,
and site restoration of Alert Facility on Access Road to
Plattsburgh International Airport'';
(295) in item number 4649 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Fairfield County, OH U.S. 33 and old
U.S. 33 safety improvements and related construction, city of
Lancaster and surrounding areas'';
(296) in item number 4651 by striking ``for the transfer of
rail to truck for the intermodal'' and inserting ``, and
construction of an intermodal freight'';

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(297) in item number 4691 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Transportation improvements to
Idabel Industrial Park Rail Spur, Idabel'';
(298) in item number 4722 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Highway, traffic, pedestrian, and
riverfront improvements, Pittsburgh'';
(299) in item number 4749 by striking ``study'' and
inserting ``improvements'';
(300) in item number 4821 by striking ``highway grade
crossing project, Clearfield and Clinton Counties'' and
inserting ``Project for highway grade crossings and other
purposes relating to the Project in Cambria, Centre, Clearfield,
Clinton, Indiana, and Jefferson Counties'';
(301) in item number 4838 by striking ``study'' and
inserting ``improvements'';
(302) in item number 4839 by striking ``fuel-celled'' and
inserting ``fueled'';
(303) in item number 4866 by striking ``$11,000,000'' and
inserting ``$9,400,000'';
(304) by inserting after item number 4866 the following:


``4866A                         RI  Repair and restore     $1,600,000'';
railroad bridge in
Westerly


(305) in item number 4892 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Construct a 4-lane highway between
maverick Junction and the Nebraska border'';
(306) in item number 4916 by striking ``$1,000,000'' and
inserting ``$328,000'';
(307) in item number 4924 by striking ``$3,450,000'' and
inserting ``$4,122,000'';
(308) in item number 4960 by inserting ``of which $50,000
shall be used for a street paving project, Calhoun'' after
``County'';
(309) in item number 4974 by striking ``, Sevier County'';
(310) in item number 5008 by inserting ``/Kane Creek
Boulevard'' after ``500 West'';
(311) in each of item numbers 5011 and 5033 by striking
``200 South Interchange'' and inserting ``400 South
Interchange'';
(312) in item number 5021 by striking ``Pine View Dam,'';
(313) in item number 5026 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Roadway improvements on Washington
Fields Road/300 East, Washington'';
(314) in item number 5027 by inserting ``and roadway
improvements'' after ``safety project'';
(315) in item number 5028 by inserting ``and roadway
improvements'' after ``lighting'';
(316) in item number 5029 by inserting ``and roadway
improvements'' after ``lights'';
(317) in number 5032 by striking the project description and
inserting ``Expand Redhills Parkway, St. George'';
(318) in item number 5132 by striking the project
description and inserting ``St. Croix River crossing project,
Wisconsin

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122 STAT. 1597

State Highway 64, St. Croix County, Wisconsin, to Minnesota
State Highway 36, Washington County'';
(319) in item number 5161 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Raleigh Street Extension Project in
Martinsburg'';
(320) in item number 1824 by striking the project
description and inserting ``U.S. Route 10 expansion in Wadena
and Ottertail Counties'';
(321) in item number 1194 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Roadway and pedestrian design and
improvements for Pennsylvania Avenue, Brooklyn'';
(322) in item number 2286 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Road improvements for Church Street
between NY State Route 25A and Hilden Street in Kings Park'';
(323) in item number 1724 by striking the project
description and amount and inserting ``For road resurfacing and
upgrades to Old Nichols Road and road repairs in the Nissequogue
River watershed in Smithtown'' and ``$1,500,000'', respectively;
(324) in item number 3636 by striking the matters in the
State, project description, and amount columns and inserting
``NY'', ``Road repair and maintenance in the Town of
Southampton'', and ``$500,000'', respectively;
(325) in item number 3638 by striking the matters in the
State, project description, and amount columns and inserting
``NY'', ``Improve NY State Route 112 from Old Town Road to NY
State Route 347'', and ``$6,000,000'', respectively;
(326) in item number 3479 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Road improvements and utility
relocations within the city of Jackson'';
(327) in item number 141 by striking ``construction of
pedestrian and bicycle improvements'' and inserting
``transportation enhancement activities'';
(328) in item number 1204 by striking ``at SR 283'';
(329) in item number 2896 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Improve streetscape and signage and
pave roads in McMinn County, including $50,000 that may be used
for paving local roads in the city of Calhoun'';
(330) in item number 3017 by striking ``, Pine View Dam'';
(331) in item number 3188 insert after ``Reconstruction''
the following: ``including U.S. 169/Valley View Road
Interchange,'';
(332) in item number 1772 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Reconstruction of Historic Eastern
Parkway'';
(333) in item number 2610 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Reconstruction of Times and Duffy
Squares in New York City'';
(334) in item number 2462--
(A) by striking ``of the New Jersey Turnpike,
Carteret'' and inserting ``and the Tremley Point
Connector Road of the New Jersey Turnpike''; and
(B) by striking ``$1,200,000'' and inserting
``$450,000'';
(335) in item number 2871 by striking the amount and
inserting ``$2,430,000'';
(336) in item number 3381 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Determine scope, design,
engineering, and

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122 STAT. 1598

construction of Western Boulevard Extension from Northern
Boulevard to Route 9 in Ocean County, New Jersey'';
(337) in item number 2703 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Upgrading existing railroad
crossings with installation of active signals and gates and to
study the feasibility and necessity of rail grade separation'';
(338) in item number 1004 by inserting ``SR 71 near'' after
``turn lane on'';
(339) in item number 2824 by striking the project
description and inserting the following: ``Sevier County, TN, SR
35 near SR 449 intersection'';
(340) in item number 373 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Widening existing Highway 226, including a
bypass of Cash and a new connection to Highway 49'';
(341) in item number 1486, by striking the project
description and inserting ``Bridge reconstruction and road
widening on Route 252 and Route 30 in Tredyffrin Township, PA,
in conjunction with the Paoli Transportation Center Project'';
(342) in item number 4541 by striking ``of the New Jersey
Turnpike, Carteret'' and inserting ``and the Tremley Point
Connector Road of the New Jersey Turnpike'';
(343) in item number 4006 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Improvement to Alice's Road/105th
Street Corridor including bridge, interchange, roadway, right-
of-way, and enhancements'';
(344) in item number 2901 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Purchase of land and conservation
easements within U.S. 24 study area in Lucas, Henry, and Fulton
Counties, Ohio'';
(345) in item number 2619 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Improve access to I-55 between
Bayless Avenue and Loughborough Avenue, including bridge
230.06'';
(346) in item number 1687 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Construct an interchange at I-675
and Warren Avenue near downtown Saginaw'';
(347) by striking item number 206;
(348) by striking item number 821;
(349) by striking item number 906;
(350) by striking item number 1144;
(351) in item number 1693 by striking the project
description and amount and inserting ``Plan and implement truck
route improvements in the Maspeth neighborhood of Queens
County'' and ``$500,000'', respectively;
(352) in item number 3039 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Pittsfield greenways construction to
connect Pittsfield to the Ann Arbor greenway system, Pittsfield
Township'';
(353) in item number 2922 by striking the project
description and amount and inserting ``Detroit River
International Wildlife Refuge for land acquisition adjacent to
I-75 in Monroe County for wetland mitigation and habitat
restoration, Fish and Wildlife Service'' and ``$1,800,000'',
respectively;
(354) in item number 3641 by striking the matters in the
State, project description, and amount columns and inserting
``MI'', ``River Raisin Battlefield for acquisition of historic
battlefield land in Monroe County, Port of Monroe'', and
``$1,200,000''; respectively;

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(355) in item number 3643 by striking the matters in the
State, project description, and amount columns and inserting
``MI'', ``Phase 1 of Monroe County greenway system construction,
Monroe County'', and ``$940,000'', respectively;
(356) in item number 3645 by striking the matters in the
State, project description, and amount columns and inserting
``MI'', ``East County fueling operations consolidation at the
Monroe County Road Commission and enhancement of facilities to
accommodate biodiesel fuel pumps, Monroe County'', and
``$1,000,000'', respectively;
(357) in item number 3646 by striking the matters in the
State, project description, and amount columns and inserting
``MI'', ``Greenway trail construction from City of Monroe to
Sterling State Park, City of Monroe'', and ``$100,000'';
respectively;
(358) in item number 1883 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Planning for the Orangeline High
Speed MAGLEV from Los Angeles County to Orange County'';
(359) in item number 3757 by inserting ``, including Van
Asche Drive'' after ``Corridor'';
(360) in item number 4347 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Alger County, to reconstruct, pave,
and realign a portion of H-58 from 2,600 feet south of Little
Beaver Lake Road to 4,600 feet east of Hurricane River'';
(361) in item number 4335 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Construct an interchange at I-675
and Warren Avenue near downtown Saginaw'';
(362) in item number 4891 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Widening U.S. 17 in Charleston
County from the Isle of Palms Connector to a point at or near
Darrell Creek Trail'';
(363) in item number 3647 by striking the matters in the
State, project description, and amount columns and inserting
``AL'', ``Drainage and infrastructure improvements on U.S. 11 in
front of Springville Middle School in Springville'', and
``$1,000,000'', respectively;
(364) in item number 3648 by striking the matters in the
State, project description, and amount columns and inserting
``AL'', ``Transportation enhancement projects for sidewalks and
streetscaping along Cahaba Road between the Botanical Gardens
and the Birmingham Zoo in the City of Birmingham'', and
``$1,075,000'', respectively;
(365) in item number 3651 by striking the matters in the
State, project description, and amount columns and inserting
``AL'', ``Engineering and right-of-way acquisition for the
McWrights Ferry Road extension between Rice Mine Road and New
Watermelon Road in Tuscaloosa County'', and ``$1,075,000'',
respectively;
(366) in item number 562 by striking ``a designated truck
route through'' and inserting ``roadway and sidewalk
improvements in'';
(367) in item number 2836 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Traffic calming and safety
improvements to Lido Boulevard, Town of Hampstead, Nassau
County'';
(368) in item number 1353 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Improve the flow of truck traffic in
Orrville'';

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(369) in item number 1975 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Hatcher Pass Ski Development Road in
Matanuska-Susitna Borough'';
(370) in item number 1661 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Hatcher Pass Ski Development Road in
Matanuska-Susitna Borough'';
(371) in item number 1574 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Construct commuter parking structure
in the central business district in the vicinity of La Grange
Road, and for projects identified by the Village of La Grange as
its highest priorities'';
(372) in item number 3461 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Construct Leon Pass overpass, and
for projects identified by the Village of Hodgkins as its
highest priorities'';
(373) in item numbers 1310 and 2265 by striking the project
descriptions and inserting ``To construct up to 2 interchanges
on U.S. Alternate Highway 72/Alabama Highway 20 from Interstate
65 to U.S. Highway 31 in Decatur, Alabama, with additional lanes
as necessary'';
(374) in item number 4934 by striking ``connection with
Hermitage Avenue'' and inserting ``Hermitage Avenue and
pedestrian connection'';
(375) in item number 1227 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Construct road improvements near
industrial park near SR 209 and CR 345 that improve access to
the industrial park'';
(376) in item number 2507 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Texas Department of Transportation:
for those projects the Department has identified as its highest
priorities'';
(377) in item number 3903 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Planning, design, and engineering
study to widen (4 lanes) SR 87 from the intersection of US 90
and SR 87 South to the Alabama State line'';
(378) in item number 56 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Bicycle and pedestrian improvements, Oregon'';
(379) in item number 604 by striking the amount and
inserting ``$11,800,000'';
(380) in item number 1299 by striking the amount and
inserting ``$9,800,000'';
(381) in item number 1506 by striking the amount and
inserting ``$5,100,000'';
(382) in item number 1904 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Study and construct access to
intermodal facility in Azusa'';
(383) in item number 3653 by striking the matters in the
State, project description, and amount columns and inserting
``MI'', ``Bicycle and pedestrian trails in Harrison Township'',
and ``$2,900,000'', respectively;
(384) in item number 3447 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Carlton, 4th Street Railroad
Crossing Improvement Project: Construct a safe, at grade
crossing of the railroad and necessary bridge, connecting the
community's educational and athletic facilities'';
(385) in item number 2321 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Design and construct roadway and
traffic

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signal improvements on Stella Street and Front Street,
Wormleysburg, PA''; and
(386) in item number 370 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Pedestrian paths, stairs, seating, landscaping,
lighting, and other transportation enhancement activities along
Riverside Boulevard and at Riverside Park South''.

(b) Unused Obligation Authority.--Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, unused obligation authority made available for an item
in section 1702 of the Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient
Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (119 Stat. 1256) that is
repealed, or authorized funding for such an item that is reduced, by
this section shall be made available--
(1) for an item in section 1702 of that Act that is added or
increased by this section and that is in the same State as the
item for which obligation authority or funding is repealed or
reduced;
(2) in an amount proportional to the amount of obligation
authority or funding that is so repealed or reduced; and
(3) individually for projects numbered 1 through 3676
pursuant to section 1102(c)(4)(A) of that Act (119 Stat. 1158).

(c) Transfer of Project Funds.--The Secretary of Transportation
shall transfer to the Commandant of the Coast Guard amounts made
available to carry out the project described in item number 4985 of the
table contained in section 1702 of the Safe, Accountable, Flexible,
Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (119 Stat. 1447)
to carry out that project, in accordance with the Act of June 21, 1940,
commonly known as the ``Truman-Hobbs Act'', (33 U.S.C. 511 et seq.).
(d) Additional Discretionary Use of Surface Transportation Program
Funds.--Of the funds apportioned to each State under section 104(b)(3)
of title 23, United States Code, a State may expend for each of fiscal
years 2008 and 2009 not more than $1,000,000 for the following
activities:
(1) Participation in the Joint Operation Center for Fuel
Compliance established under section 143(b)(4)(H) of title 23,
United States Code, within the Department of the Treasury,
including the funding of additional positions for motor fuel tax
enforcement officers and other staff dedicated on a full-time
basis to participation in the activities of the Center.
(2) Development, operation, and maintenance of electronic
filing systems to coordinate data exchange with the Internal
Revenue Service by States that impose a tax on the removal of
taxable fuel from any refinery and on the removal of taxable
fuel from any terminal.
(3) Development, operation, and maintenance of electronic
single point of filing in conjunction with the Internal Revenue
Service by States that impose a tax on the removal of taxable
fuel from any refinery and on the removal of taxable fuel from
any terminal.
(4) Development, operation, and maintenance of a
certification system by a State of any fuel sold to a State or
local government (as defined in section 4221(d)(4) of the
Internal Revenue Code of 1986) for the exclusive use of the
State or local government or sold to a qualified volunteer fire
department (as defined in section 150(e)(2) of such Code) for
its exclusive use.

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122 STAT. 1602

(5) Development, operation, and maintenance of a
certification system by a State of any fuel sold to a nonprofit
educational organization (as defined in section 4221(d)(5) of
such Code) that includes verification of the good standing of
the organization in the State in which the organization is
providing educational services.

(e) Project Federal Share.--Section 1964 of the Safe, Accountable,
Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity: A Legacy for Users (119 Stat.
1519) is amended by adding at the end the following:
``(c) Special Rule.--Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the
Federal share of the cost of the projects described in item numbers 1284
and 3093 in the table contained in section 1702 of this Act shall be 100
percent.''.
SEC. 106. NONMOTORIZED TRANSPORTATION PILOT PROGRAM.

Section 1807(a)(3) of the Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient
Transportation Equity Act: [NOTE: 23 USC 217 note.] A Legacy for Users
(119 Stat. 1460) is amended by striking ``Minneapolis-St. Paul,
Minnesota'' and inserting ``Minneapolis, Minnesota''.
SEC. 107. CORRECTION OF INTERSTATE AND NATIONAL HIGHWAY SYSTEM
DESIGNATIONS.

(a) Treatment.--Section 1908(a) of the Safe, Accountable, Flexible,
Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (119 Stat. 1469)
is amended by striking paragraph (3).
(b) National Highway System.--Section 1908(b) of the Safe,
Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for
Users (119 Stat. 1470) is amended by striking ``from the Arkansas State
line'' and inserting ``from Interstate Route 540''.
SEC. 108. BUDGET JUSTIFICATION; BUY AMERICA.

(a) Budget Justification.--Section 1926 of the Safe, Accountable,
Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (119
Stat. 1483) [NOTE: 49 USC 301 note.] is amended by striking ``The
Department'' and inserting ``Notwithstanding any other provision of law,
the Department''.

(b) Buy America.--Section 1928 of the Safe, Accountable, Flexible,
Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (119 Stat. 1484)
is amended--
(1) by redesignating paragraphs (2) through (5) as
paragraphs (3) through (6), respectively; and
(2) by inserting after paragraph (1) the following:
``(2) the current application by the Federal Highway
Administration of the Buy America test, that is only applied to
components or parts of a bridge project and not the entire
bridge project, is inconsistent with this sense of Congress;''.
SEC. 109. TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENTS.

The table contained in section 1934(c) of the Safe, Accountable,
Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (119
Stat. 1486) is amended--
(1) in item number 436 by inserting ``, Saole,'' after
``Sua'';
(2) in item number 448 by inserting ``by removing asphalt
and concrete and reinstalling blue cobblestones'' after
``streets'';
(3) by striking item number 451;
(4) in item number 452 by striking ``$2,000,000'' and
inserting ``$3,000,000'';

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(5) in item number 12 by striking ``Yukon River'' and
inserting ``Kuskokwim River'';
(6) in item number 18 by striking ``Engineering and
Construction in Merced County'' and inserting ``and safety
improvements/realignment of SR 165 project study report and
environmental studies in Merced and Stanislaus Counties'';
(7) in item number 38 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Relocation of the Newark Train Station'';
(8) in item number 57 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Kingsland bypass from CR 61 to I-95, Camden
County'';
(9) in item number 114 by striking ``IA-32'' and inserting
``SW'' after ``Construct'';
(10) in item number 122 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Design, right-of-way acquisition, and
construction of the SW Arterial and connections to U.S. 20,
Dubuque County'';
(11) in item number 130 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Improvements and rehabilitation to rail and
bridges on the Appanoose County Community Railroad'';
(12) in item number 133 by striking ``IA-32'';
(13) in item number 138 by striking the project description
and inserting ``West Spencer Beltway Project'';
(14) in item number 142 by striking ``MP 9.3, Segment I, II,
and III'' and inserting ``Milepost 24.3'';
(15) in item number 161 by striking ``Bridge replacement on
Johnson Drive and Nall Ave.'' and inserting ``Construction
improvements'';
(16) in item number 182 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Improve U.S. 40, M.D. 715 interchange, and other
roadways in the vicinity of Aberdeen Proving Ground to support
BRAC-related growth'';
(17) in item number 198 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Construct 1 or more grade separated crossings of
I-75 and make associated improvements to improve local and
regional east-west mobility between Mileposts 279 and 282'';
(18) in item number 201 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Alger County, to reconstruct, pave, and realign
a portion of H-58 from 2,600 feet south of Little Beaver Lake
Road to 4,600 feet east of Hurricane River'';
(19) in item number 238 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Develop and construct the St. Mary water project
road and bridge infrastructure, including a new bridge and
approaches across St. Mary River, stabilization and improvements
to United States Route 89, and road/canal from Siphon Bridge to
Spider Lake, on the condition that $2,500,000 of the amount made
available to carry out this item may be made available to the
Bureau of Reclamation for use for the Swift Current Creek and
Boulder Creek bank and bed stabilization project in the Lower
St. Mary Lake drainage'';
(20) in item number 329 by inserting ``, Tulsa'' after
``technology'';
(21) in item number 358 by striking ``fuel-celled'' and
inserting ``fueled'';

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(22) in item number 374 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Construct a 4-lane highway between Maverick
Junction and the Nebraska border'';
(23) in item number 402 by striking ``from 2 to 5 lanes and
improve alignment within rights-of-way in St. George'' and
inserting ``, St. George'';
(24) in item number 309 by striking the project description
and inserting ``Streetscape, roadway, pedestrian, and parking
improvements at the intersection of Meadow Lane, Chestnut Lane,
Willow Drive, and Liberty Avenue for the College of New Rochelle
campus in New Rochelle''; and
(25) in item number 462 by striking the project description
and inserting ``I-75 widening and improvements in Collier and
Lee Counties, Florida''.
SEC. 110. [NOTE: Maryland.] I-95/CONTEE ROAD INTERCHANGE DESIGN.

Section 1961 of the Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient
Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (119 Stat. 1518) is
amended--
(1) in the section heading by striking ``study'' and
inserting ``design'';
(2) by striking subsections (a), (b), and (c) and inserting
the following:

``(a) Design.--The Secretary shall make available the funds
authorized to be appropriated by this section for the design of the I-
95/Contee Road interchange in Prince George's County, Maryland.''; and
(3) by redesignating subsection (d) as subsection (b).
SEC. 111. HIGHWAY RESEARCH FUNDING.

(a) F-SHRP Funding.--Notwithstanding any other provision of law, for
each of fiscal years 2008 and 2009, at any time at which an
apportionment is made of the sums authorized to be appropriated for the
surface transportation program, the congestion mitigation and air
quality improvement program, the National Highway System, the Interstate
maintenance program, the bridge program, or the highway safety
improvement program, the Secretary of Transportation shall--
(1) deduct from each apportionment an amount not to exceed
0.205 percent of the apportionment; and
(2) transfer or otherwise make that amount available to
carry out section 510 of title 23, United States Code.

(b) Conforming Amendments.--
(1) Funding.--Section 5101 of the Safe, Accountable,
Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for
Users (119 Stat. 1779) is amended--
(A) in subsection (a)(1) by striking ``509, and
510'' and inserting ``and 509'';
(B) in subsection (a)(4) by striking ``$69,700,000''
and all that follows through ``2009'' and inserting
``$40,400,000 for fiscal year 2005, $69,700,000 for
fiscal year 2006, $76,400,000 for each of fiscal years
2007 and 2008, and $78,900,000 for fiscal year 2009'';
and
(C) in subsection (b) by inserting after ``50
percent'' the following ``or, in the case of funds
appropriated by subsection (a) to carry out section
5201, 5202, or 5203 of this Act, 80 percent''.

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(2) Future strategic highway research program.--Section 5210
of such Act (119 Stat. 1804) is amended--
(A) by striking subsection (c); and
(B) by redesignating subsection (d) as subsection
(c).

(c) Contract Authority.--Funds made available under this section
shall be available for obligation in the same manner as if the funds
were apportioned under chapter 1 of title 23, United States Code, except
that the Federal share shall be determined under section 510(f) of that
title.
(d) Applicability of Obligation Limitation.--Funds made available
under this section shall be subject to any limitation on obligations for
Federal-aid highways and highway safety construction programs under
section 1102 the Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation
Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (23 U.S.C. 104 note; 119 Stat. 1157) or
any other Act.
(e) Equity Bonus Formula.--Notwithstanding any other provision of
law, in allocating funds for the equity bonus program under section 105
of title 23, United States Code, for each of fiscal years 2008 and 2009,
the Secretary of Transportation shall make the required calculations
under that section as if this section had not been enacted.
(f) Funding for Research Activities.--Of the amount made available
by section 5101(a)(1) of the Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient
Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (119 Stat. 1779)--
(1) at least $1,000,000 shall be made available for each of
fiscal years 2008 and 2009 to carry out section 502(h) of title
23, United States Code; and
(2) at least $4,900,000 shall be made available for each of
fiscal years 2008 and 2009 to carry out section 502(i) of that
title.

(g) Technical Amendments.--
(1) Surface transportation research.--Section 502 of title
23, United States Code, is amended by striking the first
subsection (h), relating to infrastructure investment needs
reports beginning with the report for January 31, 1999.
(2) Advanced travel forecasting procedures program.--Section
5512(a)(2) of the Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient
Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (119 Stat. 1829)
is [NOTE: 23 USC 135 note.] amended by striking ``Program
appreciation.--'' and inserting ``Program application.--''.
(3) University transportation research.--Section 5506 of
title 49, United States Code, is amended--
(A) in subsection (c)(2)(B) by striking ``tier'' and
inserting ``Tier'';
(B) in subsection (i)--
(i) by striking ``In order to'' and inserting
the following:
``(1) In general.--In order to''; and
(ii) by adding at the end the following:
``(2) Special rule.--Nothing in paragraph (1) requires a
nonprofit institution of higher learning designated as a Tier II
university transportation center to maintain total expenditures
as described in paragraph (1) in excess of the amount of the
grant awarded to the institution.''; and
(C) in subsection (k)(3) by striking ``The
Secretary'' and all that follows through ``to carry out
this section''

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and inserting ``For each of fiscal years 2008 and 2009,
the Secretary shall expend not more than 1.5 percent of
amounts made available to carry out this section''.
SEC. 112. RESCISSION.

Section 10212 of the Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient
Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (as amended by section
1302 of the Pension Protection Act of 2006 (Public Law 109-280)) (119
Stat. 1937; 120 Stat. 780) is amended by striking ``$8,593,000,000''
each place it appears and inserting ``$8,708,000,000''.
SEC. 113. TEA-21 TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS.

(a) Surface Transportation Program.--Section 1108(f)(1) of the
Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century (23 U.S.C. 133 note; 112
Stat. 141) is amended by striking ``2003'' and inserting ``2009''.
(b) Project Authorizations.--The table contained in section 1602 of
such Act (112 Stat. 257) is amended--
(1) in item number 1096 (as amended by section 1703(a)(11)
of the Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation
Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (119 Stat. 1454)) by inserting
``, and planning and construction to Heisley Road,'' before ``in
Mentor, Ohio'';
(2) in item number 1646 by striking ``and construction'' and
inserting ``construction, reconstruction, resurfacing,
restoration, rehabilitation, and repaving''; and
(3) in item number 614 by inserting ``and for NJ Carteret,
NJ Ferry Service Terminal'' after ``east''.
SEC. 114. HIGH PRIORITY CORRIDOR AND INNOVATIVE PROJECT TECHNICAL
CORRECTIONS.

(a) High Priority Corridors.--Section 1105(c) of the Intermodal
Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991 (105 Stat. 2032; 119 Stat.
1212) is amended--
(1) in paragraph (63) by striking ``and United States Routes
1, 3, 9, 17, and 46,'' and inserting ``United States Routes 1,
9, and 46, and State Routes 3 and 17,''; and
(2) in paragraph (64)--
(A) by striking ``United States Route 42'' and
inserting ``State Route 42''; and
(B) by striking ``Interstate Route 676'' and
inserting ``Interstate Routes 76 and 676''.

(b) Innovative Projects.--Item number 89 of the table contained in
section 1107(b) of the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act
of 1991 (105 Stat. 2052) is amended in the matter under the column with
the heading ``Innovative projects'' by inserting ``and contiguous
counties'' after ``Michigan''.
SEC. 115. DEFINITION OF REPEAT INTOXICATED DRIVER LAW.

Section 164(a)(5) of title 23, United States Code, is amended by
striking subparagraphs (A) and (B) and inserting the following:
``(A) receive--
``(i) a driver's license suspension for not
less than 1 year; or
``(ii) a combination of suspension of all
driving privileges for the first 45 days of the
suspension period

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followed by a reinstatement of limited driving
privileges for the purpose of getting to and from
work, school, or an alcohol treatment program if
an ignition interlock device is installed on each
of the motor vehicles owned or operated, or both,
by the individual;
``(B) be subject to the impoundment or
immobilization of, or the installation of an ignition
interlock system on, each motor vehicle owned or
operated, or both, by the individual;''.
SEC. 116. RESEARCH TECHNICAL CORRECTION.

Section 5506(e)(5)(C) of title 49, United States Code, is amended by
striking ``$2,225,000''and inserting ``$2,250,000''.
SEC. 117. [NOTE: 23 USC 313 note.] BUY AMERICA WAIVER
NOTIFICATION AND ANNUAL REPORTS.

(a) Waiver Notification.--
(1) In general.--If the Secretary of Transportation makes a
finding under section 313(b) of title 23, United States Code,
with respect to a project, the Secretary shall--
(A) [NOTE: Federal Register, publication.] publish
in the Federal Register, before the date on which such
finding takes effect, a detailed written justification
as to the reasons that such finding is needed; and
(B) provide notice of such finding and an
opportunity for public comment on such finding for a
period of not to exceed 60 days.
(2) Limitation on statutory construction.--Nothing in
paragraph (1) shall be construed to require the effective date
of a finding referred to in paragraph (1) to be delayed until
after the close of the public comment period referred to in
paragraph (1)(B).

(b) Annual Reports.--Not later than February 1 of each year
beginning after the date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall
submit to the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure of the
House of Representatives and the Committee on Environment and Public
Works of the Senate a report on the projects for which the Secretary
made findings under section 313(b) of title 23, United States Code,
during the preceding calendar year and the justifications for such
findings.
SEC. 118. EFFICIENT USE OF EXISTING HIGHWAY CAPACITY.

(a) Study.--The Secretary of Transportation shall conduct a study on
the impacts of converting left and right highway safety shoulders to
travel lanes.
(b) Contents.--In conducting the study, the Secretary shall--
(1) analyze instances in which safety shoulders are used for
general purpose vehicle traffic, high occupancy vehicles, and
public transportation vehicles;
(2) analyze instances in which safety shoulders are not part
of the roadway design;
(3) evaluate whether or not conversion of safety shoulders
or the lack of a safety shoulder in the original roadway design
has a significant impact on the number of accidents or has any
other impact on highway safety; and
(4) compile relevant statistics.

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(c) Report.--Not later than one year after the date of enactment of
this Act, the Secretary shall transmit to Congress a report on the
results of the study.
SEC. 119. FUTURE INTERSTATE DESIGNATION.

(a) In General.--Subject to subsection (b), the Secretary of
Transportation shall designate, as a future Interstate Route 69 Spur,
the Audubon Parkway and, as a future Interstate Route 66 Spur, the
Natcher Parkway in Owensboro, Kentucky. Any segment of such routes shall
become part of the Interstate System (as defined in section 101 of title
23, United States Code) at such time as the Secretary determines that
the segment--
(1) meets the Interstate System design standards approved by
the Secretary under section 109(b) of title 23, United States
Code; and
(2) connects to an existing Interstate System segment.

(b) Signs.--Section [NOTE: Applicability.] 103(c)(4)(B)(iv) of
title 23, United States Code, shall apply to the designations under
subsection (a); except that a State may install signs on the 2 parkways
that are to be designated under subsection (a) indicating the
approximate location of each of the future Interstate System highways.

(c) Removal of Designation.--The Secretary shall remove designation
of a highway referred to in subsection (a) as a future Interstate System
route if the Secretary, as of the last day of the 25-year period
beginning on the date of enactment of this Act, has not made the
determinations under paragraphs (1) and (2) of subsection (a) with
respect to such highway.
SEC. 120. PROJECT FLEXIBILITY.

Section 1935(b)(1) of the Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient
Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (119 Stat. 1510) is
amended by inserting ``the project numbered 1322 and'' before ``the
projects''.
SEC. 121. [NOTE: 23 USC 101 note.] EFFECTIVE DATE.

(a) In General.--Except as otherwise provided in this Act (including
subsection (b)), this Act and the amendments made by this Act take
effect on the date of enactment of this Act.
(b) Exception.--
(1) In general.--The amendments made by this Act (other than
the amendments made by sections 101(g), 101(m)(1)(H), 103, 105,
109, and 201(o)) to the Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient
Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (Public Law 109-
59; 119 Stat. 1144) shall--
(A) take effect as of the date of enactment of that
Act; and
(B) be treated as being included in that Act as of
that date.
(2) Effect of amendments.--Each provision of the Safe,
Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A
Legacy for Users (Public Law 109-59; 119 Stat. 1144) (including
the amendments made by that Act) (as in effect on the day before
the date of enactment of this Act) that is amended by this Act
(other than sections 101(g), 101(m)(1)(H), 103, 105, 109, and
201(o)) shall be treated as not being enacted.

(c) Conforming Amendment to Highway Trust Fund.--Subsections (c)(1)
and (e)(3) of section 9503 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986
are [NOTE: 26 USC 9503.] each amended by striking ``Safe, Accountable,

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Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users'' and
inserting ``SAFETEA-LU Technical Corrections Act of 2008''.

TITLE II--TRANSIT PROVISIONS

SEC. 201. TRANSIT TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS.

(a) Section 5302.--Section 5302(a)(10) of title 49, United States
Code, is amended by striking ``charter,'' and inserting ``charter,
sightseeing,''.
(b) Section 5303.--
(1) Section 5303(f)(3)(C)(ii) of such title is amended by
striking subclause (II) and inserting the following:
``(II) Funding.--For fiscal year
2008 and each fiscal year thereafter, in
addition to other funds made available
to the metropolitan planning
organization for the Lake Tahoe region
under this chapter and title 23, prior
to any allocation under section 202 of
title 23, and notwithstanding the
allocation provisions of section 202,
the Secretary shall set aside \1/2\ of 1
percent of all funds authorized to be
appropriated for such fiscal year to
carry out section 204 of title 23, and
shall make such funds available to the
metropolitan planning organization for
the Lake Tahoe region to carry out the
transportation planning process,
environmental reviews, preliminary
engineering, and design to complete
environmental documentation for
transportation projects for the Lake
Tahoe region under the Tahoe Regional
Planning Compact as consented to in
Public Law 96-551 (94 Stat. 3233) and
this paragraph.''.
(2) Section 5303(j)(3)(D) of such title is amended--
(A) by inserting ``or the identified phase'' before
``within the time''; and
(B) by inserting ``or the identified phase'' before
the period at the end.
(3) Section 5303(k)(2) of such title is amended by striking
``a metropolitan planning area serving''.

(c) Section 5307.--Section 5307(b) of such title is amended--
(1) in the heading for paragraph (2) by striking ``2007''
and inserting ``2009'';
(2) in paragraph (2)(A)--
(A) by striking ``2007'' and inserting ``2009''; and
(B) by striking ``mass'' and inserting ``public'';
(3) by adding at the end of paragraph (2) the following:
``(E) Maximum amounts in fiscal years 2008 and
2009.--In fiscal years 2008 and 2009--
``(i) amounts made available to any urbanized
area under clause (i) or (ii) of subparagraph (A)
shall be not more than 50 percent of the amount
apportioned in fiscal year 2002 to the urbanized
area with a population of less than 200,000, as
determined in the 1990 decennial census of
population;
``(ii) amounts made available to any urbanized
area under subparagraph (A)(iii) shall be not more
than

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50 percent of the amount apportioned to the
urbanized area under this section for fiscal year
2003; and
``(iii) each portion of any area not
designated as an urbanized area, as determined by
the 1990 decennial census, and eligible to receive
funds under subparagraph (A)(iv), shall receive an
amount of funds to carry out this section that is
not less than 50 percent of the amount the portion
of the area received under section 5311 in fiscal
year 2002.''; and
(4) in paragraph (3) by striking ``section 5305(a)'' and
inserting ``section 5303(k)''.

(d) Section 5309.--Section 5309 of such [NOTE: 49 USC 5309.] title
is amended--
(1) in subsection (d)(5)(B) by striking ``regulation.'' and
inserting ``this subsection and shall give comparable, but not
necessarily equal, numerical weight to each project
justification criteria in calculating the overall project
rating.'';
(2) in subsection (e)(6)(B) by striking ``subsection.'' and
inserting ``subsection and shall give comparable, but not
necessarily equal, numerical weight to each project
justification criteria in calculating the overall project
rating.'';
(3) in the heading for paragraph (2)(A) of subsection (m) by
striking ``Major capital'' and inserting ``Capital''; and
(4) in subsection (m)(7)(B) by striking ``section 3039'' and
inserting ``section 3045''.

(e) Section 5311.--Section 5311 of such title is amended--
(1) in subsection (g)(1)(A) by striking ``for any purpose
other than operating assistance'' and inserting ``for a capital
project or project administrative expenses'';
(2) in subsections (g)(1)(A) and (g)(1)(B) by striking
``capital'' after ``net''; and
(3) in subsection (i)(1) by striking ``Sections
5323(a)(1)(D) and 5333(b) of this title apply'' and inserting
``Section 5333(b) applies''.

(f) Section 5312.--The heading for section 5312(c) of such title is
amended by striking ``Mass Transportation'' and inserting ``Public
Transportation''.
(g) Section 5314.--Section 5314(a)(3) is amended by striking
``section 5323(a)(1)(D)'' and inserting ``section 5333(b)''.
(h) Section 5319.--Section 5319 of such title is amended by striking
``section 5307(k)'' and inserting ``section 5307(d)(1)(K)''.
(i) Section 5320.--Section 5320 of such title is amended--
(1) in subsection (a)(1)(A) by striking ``intra--agency''
and inserting ``intraagency'';
(2) in subsection (b)(5)(A) by striking ``5302(a)(1)(A)''
and inserting ``5302(a)(1)'';
(3) in subsection (d)(1) by inserting ``to administer this
section and'' after ``5338(b)(2)(J)'';
(4) by adding at the end of subsection (d) the following:
``(4) Transfers to land management agencies.--The Secretary
may transfer amounts available under paragraph (1) to the
appropriate Federal land management agency to pay necessary
costs of the agency for such activities described in paragraph
(1) in connection with activities being carried out under this
section.'';
(5) in subsection (k)(3) by striking ``subsection (d)(1)''
and inserting ``subsection (e)(1)'';

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(6) by redesignating subsections (a) through (m) as
subsections (b) through (n), respectively; and
(7) by inserting before subsection (b) (as so redesignated)
the following:

``(a) Program Name.--The program authorized by this section shall be
known as the Paul S. Sarbanes Transit in Parks Program.''.
(j) Section 5323.--Section 5323(n) of such [NOTE: 49 USC
5323.] title is amended by striking ``section 5336(e)(2)'' and
inserting ``section 5336(d)(2)''.

(k) Section 5325.--Section 5325(b) of such title is amended--
(1) in paragraph (1) by inserting before the period at the
end ``adopted before August 10, 2005'';
(2) by striking paragraph (2); and
(3) by redesignating paragraph (3) as paragraph (2).

(l) Section 5336.--
(1) Apportionments of formula grants.--Section 5336 of such
title is amended--
(A) in subsection (a) by striking ``Of the amount''
and all that follows before paragraph (1) and inserting
``Of the amount apportioned under subsection (i)(2) to
carry out section 5307--'';
(B) in subsection (d)(1) by striking ``subsections
(a) and (h)(2) of section 5338'' and inserting
``subsections (a)(1)(C)(vi) and (b)(2)(B) of section
5338''; and
(C) by redesignating subsection (c), as added by
section 3034(c) of the Safe, Accountable, Flexible,
Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users
(119 Stat. 1628), as subsection (k).
(2) Technical amendments.--Section 3034(d)(2) of the Safe,
Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A
Legacy for Users (119 Stat. 1629), is [NOTE: 49 USC
5336.] amended by striking ``paragraph (2)'' and inserting
``subsection (a)(2)''.

(m) Section 5337.--Section 5337(a) of title 49, United States Code,
is amended by striking ``for each of fiscal years 1998 through 2003''
and inserting ``for each of fiscal years 2005 through 2009''.
(n) Section 5338.--Section 5338(d)(1)(B) of such title is amended by
striking ``section 5315(a)(16)'' and inserting ``section
5315(b)(2)(P)''.
(o) SAFETEA-LU.--
(1) Section 3011.--Section 3011(f) of the Safe, Accountable,
Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for
Users (119 Stat. 1589) is amended by adding to the end the
following:
``(5) Central Florida Commuter Rail Transit Project.''.
(2) Section 3037.--Section 3037(c) of such Act (119 Stat.
1636) is amended--
(A) in paragraph (3) by striking ``Phase II''; and
(B) by striking paragraph (10).
(3) Section 3040.--Section 3040(4) of such Act (119 Stat.
1639) is amended by striking ``$7,871,895,000'' and inserting
``$7,872,893,000''.
(4) Section 3043.--
(A) Portland, oregon.--Section 3043(b)(27) of such
Act (119 Stat. 1642) is amended by inserting ``/
Milwaukie'' after ``Mall''.
(B) Los angeles.--
(i) Phase 1.--Section 3043(b)(13) of such Act
(119 Stat. 1642) is amended to read as follows:

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``(13) Los Angeles--Exposition LRT (Phase 1).''.
(ii) Phase 2.--Section 3043(c) of such Act
(119 Stat. 1645) is amended by inserting after
paragraph (104) the following:
``(104A) Los Angeles--Exposition LRT (Phase 2).''.
(C) San diego.--Section 3043(c)(105) of such Act
(119 Stat. 1645) is amended by striking ``LOSSAN Del
Mar-San Diego--Rail Corridor Improvements'' and
inserting ``LOSSAN Rail Corridor Improvements''.
(D) San diego.--Section 3043(c)(217) of such Act
(119 Stat. 1648) is amended by striking ``San Diego''
and inserting ``San Diego Transit''.
(E) Sacramento.--Section 3043(c)(204) of such Act
(119 Stat. 647) is amended by striking ``Downtown''.
(F) Boston.--Section 3043(d)(6) of such Act (119
Stat. 1649) is amended to read as follows:
``(6) Boston-Silver Line Phase III, $20,000,000.''.
(G) Project construction grants.--Section 3043(e) of
such Act (119 Stat. 1651) is amended by adding at the
end the following:
``(4) Project construction grants.--Projects recommended by
the Secretary for a project construction grant agreement under
section 5309(e) of title 49, United States Code, or for funding
under section 5309(m)(2)(A)(i) of such title during fiscal year
2008 and fiscal year 2009 are authorized for preliminary
engineering, final design, and construction for fiscal years
2007 through 2009 upon the completion of the notification
process for each such project under section 5309(g)(5).''.
(H) Los angeles and san gabriel valley.--Section
3043 of such Act (119 Stat. 1640) is amended by adding
at the end the following:

``(k) Los Angeles Extension.--In evaluating the local share of the
project authorized by subsection (c)(104A) in the new starts rating
process, the Secretary shall give consideration to project elements of
the project authorized by subsection (b)(13) advanced with 100 percent
non-Federal funds.
``(l) San Gabriel Valley--Gold Line Foothill Extension Phase II.--In
evaluating the local share of the San Gabriel Valley--Gold Line Foothill
Extension Phase II project authorized by subsection (b)(33) in the new
starts rating process, the Secretary shall give consideration to project
elements of the San Gabriel Valley--Gold Line Foothill Extension Phase I
project advanced with 100 percent non-Federal funds.''.
(5) Section 3044.--
(A) Projects.--The table contained in section
3044(a) of such Act (119 Stat. 1652) is amended--
(i) in item 25--
(I) by striking ``$217,360'' and
inserting ``$167,360''; and
(II) by striking ``$225,720'' and
inserting ``$175,720'';
(ii) in item number 36 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Los Angeles County
Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LACMTA) for
bus and bus-related facilities in the LACMTA's
service area'';

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(iii) in item number 71 by inserting
``Metropolitan Bus Authority'' after ``Puerto
Rico'';
(iv) in item number 84 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Improvements to the
existing Sacramento Intermodal Facility
(Sacramento Valley Station)'';
(v) in item number 94 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Pacific Transit, WA
Vehicle Replacement'';
(vi) in item number 120 by striking ``Dayton
Airport Intermodal Rail Feasibility Study'' and
inserting ``Greater Dayton Regional Transit
Authority buses and bus facilities'';
(vii) in item number 152 by inserting
``Metropolitan Bus Authority'' after ``Puerto
Rico'';
(viii) in item number 416 by striking
``Improve marine intermodal'' and inserting
``Improve marine dry-dock and'';
(ix) in item number 457--
(I) by striking ``$65,000'' and
inserting ``$0''; and
(II) by striking ``$67,500'' and
inserting ``$0''; and
(x) in item number 458--
(I) by striking ``$65,000'' and
inserting ``$130,000'';
(II) by striking ``$67,500'' and
inserting ``$135,000''; and
(xi) in item number 57 by striking the project
description and inserting ``Wilmington, NC,
maintenance and operations facilities and
administration and transfer facilities'';
(xii) in item number 460 by striking the
matters in the project description, FY08 column,
and FY09 column and inserting ``460. Mid-Region
Council of Governments, New Mexico, public
transportation buses, bus-related equipment and
facilities, and intermodal terminals in
Albuquerque and Santa Fe'', ``$500,000'', and
``$500,000'', respectively.
(xiii) in item number 138 by striking
``Design'' and inserting ``Determine scope,
engineering, design,'';
(xiv) in item number 23 by striking
``Construct'' and inserting ``Design, engineering,
right-of-way acquisition, and construction'';
(xv) in item number 439 by inserting before
``Central'' the following: ``Design, engineering,
right-of-way acquisition, and construction'';
(xvi) in item number 453 by inserting before
``Central'' the following: ``Design, engineering,
right-of-way acquisition, and construction'';
(xvii) in item number 371 by striking the
project description and inserting ``Regional
Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada,
Sunset Bus Maintenance Facility'';
(xviii) in item number 487 by striking
``Central Arkansas Transit Authority Facility
Upgrades'' and

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inserting ``Central Arkansas Transit Authority Bus
Acquisition'';
(xix) in item number 491 by striking the
project description and inserting ``Pace, IL,
Cermak Road, Bus Rapid Transit, and related bus
projects, and alternatives analysis'';
(xx) in item number 512 by striking ``Corning,
NY, Phase II Corning Preserve Transportation
Enhancement Project'' and inserting
``Transportation Center Enhancements, Corning,
NY'';
(xxi) in item number 534 by striking
``Community Buses'' and inserting ``Bus and Bus
Facilities'';
(xxii) in item number 570 by striking ``Maine
Department of Transportation-Acadia Intermodal
Facility'' and inserting ``MaineDOT Acadia
Intermodal Passenger and Maintenance Facility'';
(xxiii) in item number 80 by striking the
project description and amounts and inserting
``Flagler County, Florida-buses and bus
facility'', ``$57,684'', ``$60,192'', ``$65,208'',
and ``$67,716'' respectively;
(xxiv) in item number 135 by striking the
project description and inserting ``Pace Suburban
Bus, IL-Purchase Vehicles'';
(xxv) in item number 276 by striking the
project description and amounts and inserting
``Long Beach Transit, Long Beach, California, for
the purchase of transit vehicles and enhancement
of para-transit and senior transportation
services'', ``$128,180'', ``$133,760'',
``$144,906'', and ``$150,480'', respectively; and
(xxvi) by adding at the end--
(I)(aa) in the project description
column ``666. New York City, NY,
rehabilitation of subway stations to
include passenger access improvements
including escalators or installation of
infrastructure for security and
surveillance purposes''; and
(bb) in the FY08 column and the FY09
column ``$50,000'';
(II)(aa) in the project description
column ``667. St. Johns County Council
on Aging buses and bus facilities,
Florida''; and
(bb) in the FY06, FY07, FY08, and
FY09 columns ``$57,684'', ``$60,192'',
``$65,208'', and ``$67,716'',
respectively;
(III)(aa) in the project description
column ``668. The City of Compton,
California, for the replacement of buses
and paratransit vehicles''; and
(bb) in the FY06, FY07, FY08, and
FY09 columns ``$128,180'', ``$133,760'',
``$144,906'', and ``$150,480'',
respectively; and
(IV)(aa) in the project description
column ``669. City of Los Angeles,
California, for the purchase of transit
vehicles in Watts and enhancement of
paratransit and senior transportation
services''; and
(bb) in the FY06, FY07, FY08, and
FY09 columns ``$128,200'', ``$133,760'',
``$144,908'', and ``$150,480'',
respectively.

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(B) Special rule.--Section 3044(c) of such Act (119
Stat. 1705) is amended--
(i) by inserting ``, or other entity,'' after
``State or local governmental authority''; and
(ii) by striking ``projects numbered 258 and
347'' and inserting ``projects numbered 258, 347,
and 411''; and
(iii) by striking the period at the end and
inserting: ``, and funds made available for fiscal
year 2006 for the bus and bus-related facilities
projects numbered 176 and 652 under subsection (a)
shall remain available until September 30,
2009.''.
(6) Section 3046.--Section 3046(a)(7) of [NOTE: 49 USC 5338
note.] such Act (119 Stat. 1708) is amended--
(A) by striking ``hydrogen fuel cell vehicles'' and
inserting ``hydrogen fueled vehicles'';
(B) by striking ``hydrogen fuel cell employee
shuttle vans'' and inserting ``hydrogen fueled employee
shuttle vans''; and
(C) by striking ``in Allentown, Pennsylvania'' and
inserting ``to the DaVinci Center in Allentown,
Pennsylvania''.
(7) Section 3050.--Section 3050(b) of such Act (119 Stat.
1713) is amended by inserting ``by negotiating the extension of
the existing agreement between mile post 191.13 and mile post
185.1 to mile post 165.9 in Rhode Island'' before the period at
the end.

(p) Transit Tunnels.--In [NOTE: 49 USC 5309 note.] carrying out
section 5309(d)(3)(D) of title 49, United States Code, the Secretary of
Transportation shall specifically analyze, evaluate, and consider--
(1) the congestion relief, improved mobility, and other
benefits of transit tunnels in those projects which include a
transit tunnel; and
(2) the associated ancillary and mitigation costs necessary
to relieve congestion, improve mobility, and decrease air and
noise pollution in those projects which do not include a transit
tunnel, but where a transit tunnel was one of the alternatives
analyzed.

(q) Knoxville, Tennessee, Property Acquisition.--The acquisition of
property for the city of Knoxville, Tennessee, for the Knoxville,
Tennessee, Central Station project shall be deemed to qualify as an
acquisition of land for protective purposes pursuant to section 622.101
of title 49, Code of Federal Regulations, as in effect on the date of
enactment of this Act. The Secretary of Transportation may allow the
costs of such acquisition to be credited toward the non-Federal share
for the project.
(r) California Transit Services.--The Secretary of Transportation
shall use not more than $3,000,000 of the funds made available for use
at the discretion of the Secretary for fiscal year 2007 for Federal
Transit Administration Discretionary Programs, Bus and Bus Facilities to
reimburse the California State department of transportation for actual
and necessary costs of maintenance and operation, less the amount of
fares earned, for additional public transportation services that were
provided by the department of transportation as a temporary substitute
for highway traffic service following the freeway collapse at the
interchange connecting Interstate Routes 80, 580, and 880 near the San
Francisco-Oakland

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Bay Bridge, on April 29, 2007, until the reopening of that facility on
June 29, 2007. The Federal share of the cost of activities reimbursed
under this subsection shall be 100 percent.

TITLE III--OTHER SURFACE TRANSPORTATION PROVISIONS

SEC. 301. TECHNICAL AMENDMENTS RELATING TO MOTOR CARRIER SAFETY.

(a) Conforming Amendment Relating to High-Priority Activities.--
Section 31104(f) of title 49, United States Code, is amended by striking
the designation and heading for paragraph (1) and by striking paragraph
(2).
(b) New Entrant Audits.--
(1) Corrections of references.--Section 4107(b) of the Safe,
Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A
Legacy for [NOTE: 49 USC 31144.] Users (119 Stat. 1720) is
amended--
(A) by striking ``Section 31104'' and inserting
``Section 31144''; and
(B) in paragraph (1) by inserting ``(c)'' after
``the second subsection''.
(2) Conforming amendment.--Section 7112 of such Act (119
Stat. 1899) is [NOTE: 49 USC 31144.] amended by striking
subsection (c).

(c) Prohibited Transportation.--Section 4114(c)(1) of the such Act
(119 Stat. 1726) is [NOTE: 49 USC 31144.] amended by striking ``the
second subsection (c)'' and inserting ``(f)''.

(d) Effective Date Relating to Medical Examiners.--Section 4116(f)
of such Act (119 Stat. 1728) [NOTE: 49 USC 31149 note.] is amended by
striking ``amendment made by subsection (a)'' and inserting ``amendments
made by subsections (a) and (b)''.

(e) Roadability Technical Correction.--Section 31151(a)(3)(E)(ii) of
title 49, United States Code, is amended by striking ``Act'' and
inserting ``section''.
(f) Correction of Subsection Reference.--Section 4121 of the Safe,
Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for
Users (119 Stat. 1734) [NOTE: 49 USC 31139.] is amended by striking
``31139(f)(5)'' and inserting ``31139(g)(5)''.

(g) CDL Learner's Permit Program Technical Correction.--Section
4122(2)(A) of such [NOTE: 49 USC 31308.] Act (119 Stat. 1734) is
amended by striking ``license'' and inserting ``licenses''.

(h) CDL Information System Funding Reference.--Section 31309(f) of
title 49, United States Code, is amended by striking ``31318'' and
inserting ``31313''.
(i) Clarification of Reference.--Section 229(a)(1) of the Federal
Motor Carrier Safety Improvement Act of 1999 (49 U.S.C. 31136 note; 119
Stat. 1743) is amended by inserting ``of title 49, United States Code,''
after ``31502''.
(j) Redesignation of Section.--The second section 39 of chapter 2 of
title 18, United States Code, relating to commercial motor vehicles
required to stop for inspections, and the item relating to such section
in the analysis for such chapter, are redesignated as section 40.
(k) Office of Intermodalism.--Section 5503 of title 49, United
States Code, is amended--

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(1) in subsection (f)(2) by striking ``Surface
Transportation Safety Improvement Act of 2005'', and inserting
``Motor Carrier Safety Reauthorization Act of 2005''; and
(2) by redesignating the first subsection (h), relating to
authorization of appropriations, as subsection (i) and moving it
after the second subsection (h).

(l) Use of Fees for Unified Carrier Registration System.--Section
13908 of title 49, United States Code, is amended by redesignating
subsection (e) as subsection (f) and inserting after subsection (d) the
following:
``(e) Use of Fees for Unified Carrier Registration System.--Fees
collected under this section may be credited to the Department of
Transportation appropriations account for purposes for which such fees
are collected and shall be available for expenditure for such purposes
until expended.''.
(m) Commercial Motor Vehicle Definition.--Section 14504a(a)(1)(B) of
title 49, United States Code, is amended by striking ``a motor carrier
required to make any filing or pay any fee to a State with respect to
the motor carrier's authority or insurance related to operation within
such State, the motor carrier'' and inserting ``determining the size of
a motor carrier or motor private carrier's fleet in calculating the fee
to be paid by a motor carrier or motor private carrier pursuant to
subsection (f)(1), the motor carrier or motor private carrier''.
(n) Clarification of Unreasonable Burden.--Section 14504a(c)(2) of
title 49, United States Code, is amended by striking ``interstate'' the
last place it appears and inserting ``intrastate''.
(o) Contents of Agreement Typo.--Section 14504a(f)(1)(A)(ii) of
title 49, United States Code, is amended by striking ``or'' the last
place it appears.
(p) Other Unified Carrier Registration System Technical
Corrections.--Section 14504a of title 49, United States Code, is
amended--
(1) in subsection (c)(1)(B) by striking ``the a'' and
inserting ``a'';
(2) in subsection (f)(1)(A)(i) by striking ``in connection
with the filing of proof of financial responsibility''; and
(3) in subsection (f)(1)(A)(ii) by striking ``in connection
with such a filing'' and inserting ``under the UCR agreement''.

(q) Identification of Vehicles.--Section 14506(b)(2) of title 49,
United States Code, is amended by inserting before the semicolon at the
end the following: ``or under an applicable State law if, on October 1,
2006, the State has a form of highway use taxation not subject to
collection through the International Fuel Tax Agreement''.
(r) Driveaway Saddlemount Vehicle.--
(1) Definition.--Section 31111(a)(4) of title 49, United
States Code, is amended--
(A) in the paragraph heading by striking ``Drive-
away saddlemount with fullmount'' and inserting
``Driveaway saddlemount'';
(B) by striking ``drive-away saddlemount with
fullmount'' and inserting ``driveaway saddlemount''; and
(C) by inserting ``Such combination may include one
fullmount.'' after the period at the end.

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(2) In general.--Section 31111(b)(1)(D) of such title is
amended by striking ``a driveaway saddlemount with fullmount''
and inserting ``all driveaway saddlemount''.
SEC. 302. TECHNICAL AMENDMENTS RELATING TO HAZARDOUS MATERIALS
TRANSPORTATION.

(a) Definition of Hazmat Employees.--Section 7102(2) of the Safe,
Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy
for [NOTE: 49 USC 5102.] Users (119 Stat. 1892) is amended--
(1) by striking ``(3)(A)'' and inserting ``(3)'';
(2) in subparagraph (A) by striking ``clause (i)'' and
inserting ``clause (i) of subparagraph (A)''; and
(3) in subparagraph (B) by striking ``clause (ii)'' and
inserting ``subparagraph (A)(ii)''.

(b) Technical Correction.--Section 5103a(g)(1)(B)(ii) of title 49,
United States Code, is amended by striking ``Act'' and inserting
``subsection''.
(c) Preemption Correction.--Section 5125 of title 49, United States
Code, is amended--
(1) in subsection (d)(1) by striking ``5119(e)'' and
inserting ``5119(f)'';
(2) in each of subsections (e) and (g) by striking
``5119(b)'' and inserting ``5119(f)''; and
(3) in subsection (g) by striking ``(b), (c)(1), or (d)''
and inserting ``(a), (b)(1), or (c)''.

(d) Relationship to Other Laws.--Section 7124(3) of the Safe,
Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for
Users (119 Stat. 1908) is [NOTE: 49 USC 5126.] amended by inserting
``the first place it appears'' before ``and inserting''.

(e) Report.--Section 5121(h) of title 49, United States Code, is
amended--
(1) in paragraph (2) by striking ``exemptions'' and
inserting ``special permits''; and
(2) in paragraph (3) by striking ``exemption'' and inserting
``special permit''.

(f) Section Heading.--Section 5128 of title 49, United States Code,
is amended by striking the section designation and heading and inserting
the following:
``Sec. 5128. Authorization of appropriations''.

(g) Chapter Analysis.--The analysis for chapter 57 of title 49,
United States Code, is amended in the item relating to section 5701 by
striking ``Transportation'' and inserting ``transportation''.
(h) Norman Y. Mineta Research and Special Programs Improvement
Act.--Section 5(b) of the Norman Y. Mineta Research and Special Programs
Improvement Act (49 U.S.C. 108 note; 118 Stat. 2427) is amended by
inserting ``(including delegations by the Secretary of Transportation)''
after ``All orders''.
(i) Shipping Papers.--Section 5110(d)(1) of title 49, United States
Code, is amended--
(1) in the subsection heading by striking ``Shippers'' and
inserting ``Offerors''; and
(2) by striking ``shipper's'' and inserting ``offeror's''.

(j) NTSB Recommendations.--Section 19(1) of the Pipeline Inspection,
Protection, Enforcement, and Safety Act of 2006 (49 U.S.C. 60102 note;
120 Stat. 3498) is amended by striking ``165'' and inserting ``1165''.

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SEC. 303. [NOTE: Effective dates.] HIGHWAY SAFETY.

(a) State Minimum [NOTE: 23 USC 402 note.] Apportionments for
Highway Safety Programs.--Effective October 1, 2007, section 402(c) of
the title 23, United States Code, is amended by striking ``The annual
apportionment to each State shall not be less than one-half of 1 per
centum'' and inserting ``The annual apportionment to each State shall
not be less than three-quarters of 1 percent''.

(b) Consolidation of Grant Applications.--Section 402(m) of title
23, United States Code, is amended in the first sentence--
(1) by striking ``through'' and inserting ``for which''; and
(2) by inserting ``is appropriate'' before the period at the
end.

(c) Technical Corrections.--
(1) Section 2002(b) of the Safe, Accountable, Flexible,
Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (119
Stat. 1521) [NOTE: 23 USC 402.] is amended--
(A) by striking paragraph (2); and
(B) by redesignating paragraphs (3) and (4) as (2)
and (3), respectively.
(2) Section 2007(b)(1) of such [NOTE: 23 USC 410.] Act
(119 Stat. 1529) is amended--
(A) by inserting ``and'' after the semicolon at the
end of subparagraph (A);
(B) by striking ``and'' at the end of subparagraph
(B); and
(C) by striking subparagraph (C).
(3) Effective [NOTE: 23 USC 410 note.] August 10, 2005,
section 410(c)(7)(B) of title 23, United States Code, is amended
by striking ``clause (i)'' and inserting ``clauses (i) and
(ii)''.
(4) Section 411 of title 23, United States Code, is amended
by redesignating the second subsection (c), relating to
administration expenses, and subsection (d) as subsections (d)
and (e), respectively.
SEC. 304. CORRECTION OF STUDY REQUIREMENT REGARDING ON-SCENE MOTOR
VEHICLE COLLISION CAUSATION.

Section 2003(c)(1) of the Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient
Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (Public Law 109-59; 119
Stat. 1522) is amended in the second sentence by striking ``shall'' and
inserting ``may''.
SEC. 305. MOTOR CARRIER TRANSPORTATION REGISTRATION.

(a) General Requirements.--Section 31138 of title 49, United States
Code, is amended--
(1) by striking subsection (a) and inserting the following:

``(a) General [NOTE: Regulations.] Requirement.--
``(1) Transportation of passengers for compensation.--The
Secretary of Transportation shall prescribe regulations to
require minimum levels of financial responsibility sufficient to
satisfy liability amounts established by the Secretary covering
public liability and property damage for the transportation of
passengers for compensation by motor vehicle in the United
States between a place in a State and--
``(A) a place in another State;
``(B) another place in the same State through a
place outside of that State; or
``(C) a place outside the United States.

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``(2) Transportation of passengers not for compensation.--
The Secretary may prescribe regulations to require minimum
levels of financial responsibility sufficient to satisfy
liability amounts established by the Secretary covering public
liability and property damage for the transportation of
passengers for commercial purposes, but not for compensation, by
motor vehicle in the United States between a place in a State
and--
``(A) a place in another State;
``(B) another place in the same State through a
place outside of that State; or
``(C) a place outside the United States.''; and
(2) by striking ``commercial'' each place it appears in
subsection (c)(4).

(b) Transportation of Property.--Section 31139 of such title is
amended--
(1) by striking ``commercial motor vehicle'' in subsection
(b)(1) and inserting ``motor carrier or motor private carrier
(as such terms are defined in section 13102 of this title)'';
and
(2) by striking ``commercial'' in subsection (c).

(c) Definitions Relating to Motor Carriers.--Paragraphs (6)(B),
(7)(B), (14), and (15) of section 13102 of such title are each amended
by striking ``commercial motor vehicle (as defined in section 31132)''
and inserting ``motor vehicle''.
(d) Freight Forwarders.--Section 13903(a) of such title is amended
to read as follows:
``(a) In General.--The Secretary shall register a person to provide
service subject to jurisdiction under subchapter III of chapter 135 as a
freight forwarder if the Secretary finds that the person is fit,
willing, and able to provide the service and to comply with this part
and applicable regulations of the Secretary and the Board.''.
(e) Brokers.--Section 13904(a) of such title is amended to read as
follows:
``(a) In General.--The Secretary shall register, subject to section
13906(b), a person to be a broker for transportation of property subject
to jurisdiction under subchapter I of chapter 135, if the Secretary
finds that the person is fit, willing, and able to be a broker for
transportation and to comply with this part and applicable regulations
of the Secretary.''.
SEC. 306. [NOTE: 29 USC 207 note.] APPLICABILITY OF FAIR LABOR
STANDARDS ACT REQUIREMENTS AND LIMITATION
ON LIABILITY.

(a) Applicability Following [NOTE: Effective date.] This Act.--
Beginning on the date of enactment of this Act, section 7 of the Fair
Labor Standards Act of 1938 (29 U.S.C. 207) shall apply to a covered
employee notwithstanding section 13(b)(1) of that Act (29 U.S.C.
213(b)(1)).

(b) Liability Limitation Following SAFETEA-LU.--
(1) Limitation on liability.--An employer shall not be
liable for a violation of section 7 of the Fair Labor Standards
Act of 1938 (29 U.S.C. 207) with respect to a covered employee
if--
(A) the violation occurred in the 1-year period
beginning on August 10, 2005; and
(B) as of the date of the violation, the employer
did not have actual knowledge that the employer was
subject

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to the requirements of such section with respect to the
covered employee.
(2) Actions to recover amounts previously paid.--Nothing in
paragraph (1) shall be construed to establish a cause of action
for an employer to recover amounts paid before the date of
enactment of this Act in settlement of, in compromise of, or
pursuant to a judgment rendered regarding a claim or potential
claim based on an alleged or proven violation of section 7 of
the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 (29 U.S.C. 207) occurring
in the 1-year period referred to in paragraph (1)(A) with
respect to a covered employee.

(c) Covered Employee Defined.--In this section, the term ``covered
employee'' means an individual--
(1) who is employed by a motor carrier or motor private
carrier (as such terms are defined by section 13102 of title 49,
United States Code, as amended by section 305);
(2) whose work, in whole or in part, is defined--
(A) as that of a driver, driver's helper, loader, or
mechanic; and
(B) as affecting the safety of operation of motor
vehicles weighing 10,000 pounds or less in
transportation on public highways in interstate or
foreign commerce, except vehicles--
(i) designed or used to transport more than 8
passengers (including the driver) for
compensation;
(ii) designed or used to transport more than
15 passengers (including the driver) and not used
to transport passengers for compensation; or
(iii) used in transporting material found by
the Secretary of Transportation to be hazardous
under section 5103 of title 49, United States
Code, and transported in a quantity requiring
placarding under regulations prescribed by the
Secretary under section 5103 of title 49, United
States Code; and
(3) who performs duties on motor vehicles weighing 10,000
pounds or less.

TITLE IV--MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

SEC. 401. [NOTE: Real property.] CONVEYANCE OF GSA FLEET
MANAGEMENT CENTER TO ALASKA RAILROAD
CORPORATION.

(a) In General.--Subject to the [NOTE: Deadline.] requirements of
this section, the Administrator of General Services shall convey, not
later than 2 years after the date of enactment of this Act, by quitclaim
deed, to the Alaska Railroad Corporation, an entity of the State of
Alaska (in this section referred to as the ``Corporation''), all right,
title, and interest of the United States in and to the parcel of real
property described in subsection (b), known as the GSA Fleet Management
Center.

(b) GSA Fleet Management Center.--The parcel to be conveyed under
subsection (a) is the parcel located at the intersection of 2nd Avenue
and Christensen Avenue in Anchorage, Alaska, consisting of approximately
78,000 square feet of land and the improvements thereon.
(c) Consideration.--

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(1) In general.--As consideration for the parcel to be
conveyed under subsection (a), the Administrator shall require
the Corporation to--
(A) convey replacement property in accordance with
paragraph (2); or
(B) pay the purchase price for the parcel in
accordance with paragraph (3).
(2) Replacement property.--If the Administrator requires the
Corporation to provide consideration under paragraph (1)(A), the
Corporation shall--
(A) convey, and pay the cost of conveying, to the
United States, acting by and through the Administrator,
fee simple title to real property, including a building,
that the Administrator determines to be suitable as a
replacement facility for the parcel to be conveyed under
subsection (a); and
(B) provide such other consideration as the
Administrator and the Corporation may agree, including
payment of the costs of relocating the occupants
vacating the parcel to be conveyed under subsection (a).
(3) Purchase price.--If the Administrator requires the
Corporation to provide consideration under paragraph (1)(B), the
Corporation shall pay to the Administrator the fair market value
of the parcel to be conveyed under subsection (a) based on its
highest and best use as determined by an independent appraisal
commissioned by the Administrator and paid for by the
Corporation.

(d) Appraisal.--In the case of an appraisal under subsection
(c)(3)--
(1) the appraisal shall be performed by an appraiser
mutually acceptable to the Administrator and the Corporation;
and
(2) the assumptions, scope of work, and other terms and
conditions related to the appraisal assignment shall be mutually
acceptable to the Administrator and the Corporation.

(e) Proceeds.--
(1) Deposit.--Any proceeds received under subsection (c)
shall be paid into the Federal Buildings Fund established under
section 592 of title 40, United States Code.
(2) Expenditure.--Funds [NOTE: Notification.] paid into
the Federal Buildings Fund under paragraph (1) shall be
available to the Administrator, in amounts specified in
appropriations Acts, for expenditure for any lawful purpose
consistent with existing authorities granted to the
Administrator; except that the Administrator shall provide to
the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure of the House
of Representatives and the Committee on Environment and Public
Works of the Senate 30 days advance written notice of any
expenditure of the proceeds.

(f) Additional Terms and Conditions.--The Administrator may require
such additional terms and conditions to the conveyance under subsection
(a) as the Administrator considers appropriate to protect the interests
of the United States.
(g) Description of Property and Survey.--The exact acreage and legal
description of the parcels to be conveyed under subsections (a) and
(c)(2) shall be determined by surveys satisfactory to the Administrator
and the Corporation.

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SEC. 402. [NOTE: Michigan. Real property.] CONVEYANCE OF
RETAINED INTEREST IN ST. JOSEPH MEMORIAL
HALL.

(a) In General.--Subject to the terms and conditions of subsection
(c), the Administrator of General Services shall convey to the city of
St. Joseph, Michigan, by quitclaim deed, any interest retained by the
United States in St. Joseph Memorial Hall.
(b) St. Joseph Memorial Hall Defined.--In this section, the term
``St. Joseph Memorial Hall'' means the property subject to a conveyance
from the Secretary of Commerce to the city of St. Joseph, Michigan, by
quitclaim deed dated May 9, 1936, recorded in Liber 310, at page 404, in
the Register of Deeds for Berrien County, Michigan.
(c) Terms and Conditions.--The conveyance under subsection (a) shall
be subject to the following terms and conditions:
(1) Consideration.--As consideration for the conveyance
under subsection (a), the city of St. Joseph, Michigan, shall
pay $10,000 to the United States.
(2) Additional terms and conditions.--The Administrator may
require such additional terms and conditions for the conveyance
under subsection (a) as the Administrator considers appropriate
to protect the interests of the United States.

TITLE V--OTHER PROVISIONS

SEC. 501. DE SOTO COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI.

Section 219(f)(30) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1992
(106 Stat. 4835; 110 Stat. 3757; 113 Stat. 334; 114 Stat. 2763A-220; 119
Stat. 282; 119 Stat. 2257) is amended by striking ``$55,000,000'' and
inserting ``$75,000,000''.
SEC. 502. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE REVIEW.

Consistent with applicable standards and procedures, the Department
of Justice shall review allegations of impropriety regarding item 462 in
section 1934(c) of Public Law 109-59 to ascertain if a violation of
Federal criminal law has occurred.

Approved June 6, 2008.

LEGISLATIVE HISTORY--H.R. 1195 (S. 1611):
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HOUSE REPORTS: No. 110-62 (Comm. on Transportation and Infrastructure).
SENATE REPORTS: No. 110-81 accompanying S. 1611 (Comm. on Banking,
Housing, and Urban Affairs).
CONGRESSIONAL RECORD:
Vol. 153 (2007):
Mar. 26, considered and passed
House.
Vol. 154 (2008):
Apr. 15-17, considered and passed
Senate, amended.
Apr. 30, House concurred in Senate
amendment.