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Title 23Chapter IISubchapter APart 1200


TITLE 23—Highways

CHAPTER II—NATIONAL HIGHWAY TRAFFIC SAFETY ADMINISTRATION AND FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

SUBCHAPTER A—PROCEDURES FOR STATE HIGHWAY SAFETY PROGRAMS

PART 1200—UNIFORM PROCEDURES FOR STATE HIGHWAY SAFETY GRANT PROGRAMS

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§1200.1
Purpose.
§1200.2
Applicability.
§1200.3
Definitions.
§1200.4
State Highway Safety Agency—Authority and functions.
§1200.5
Due dates—Interpretation.
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Subpart B—HIGHWAY SAFETY PLAN

§1200.10
General.
§1200.11
Contents.
§1200.12
Due date for submission.
§1200.13
Special funding conditions for Section 402 grants.
§1200.14
Review and approval procedures.
§1200.15
Apportionment and obligation of Federal funds.
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Subpart C—NATIONAL PRIORITY SAFETY PROGRAM GRANTS

§1200.20
General.
§1200.21
Occupant protection grants.
§1200.22
State traffic safety information system improvements grants.
§1200.23
Impaired driving countermeasures grants.
§1200.24
Distracted driving grants.
§1200.25
Motorcyclist safety grants.
§1200.26
State graduated driver licensing incentive grants.
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Subpart D—ADMINISTRATION OF THE HIGHWAY SAFETY GRANTS

§1200.30
General.
§1200.31
Equipment.
§1200.32
Changes—Approval of the Approving Official.
§1200.33
Vouchers and project agreements.
§1200.34
Program income.
§1200.35
Annual Report.
§1200.36
Appeals of written decision by Approving Official.
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Subpart E—ANNUAL RECONCILIATION

§1200.40
Expiration of the Highway Safety Plan.
§1200.41
Disposition of unexpended balances.
§1200.42
Post-grant adjustments.
§1200.43
Continuing requirements.
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Subpart F—NON-COMPLIANCE

§1200.50
General.
§1200.51
Sanctions—Reduction of apportionment.
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Subpart G—SPECIAL PROVISIONS FOR FISCAL YEAR 2013 HIGHWAY SAFETY GRANTS AND HIGHWAY SAFETY GRANTS UNDER PRIOR AUTHORIZATIONS

§1200.60
Fiscal year 2013 Section 402 grants.
§1200.61
Fiscal year 2013 Section 405 grants.
§1200.62
Pre-2013 fiscal year grants.
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 1200—Certification and Assurances for Highway Safety Grants (23 U.S.C. Chapter 4)
Appendix
Appendix B to Part 1200—Highway Safety Program Cost Summary (HS-217)
Appendix
Appendix C to Part 1200—Assurances for Teen Traffic Safety Program
Appendix
Appendix D to Part 1200—Certifications and Assurances for National Priority Safety Program Grants (23 U.S.C. 405)
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Appendix E to Part 1200—Participation by Political Subdivisions
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Appendix F to Part 1200—Planning and Administration (P&A) Costs


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