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Title 23Chapter ISubchapter EPart 450


TITLE 23—Highways

CHAPTER I—FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

SUBCHAPTER E—PLANNING AND RESEARCH

PART 450—PLANNING ASSISTANCE AND STANDARDS

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Subpart A—TRANSPORTATION PLANNING AND PROGRAMMING DEFINITIONS

§450.100
Purpose.
§450.102
Applicability.
§450.104
Definitions.
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Subpart B—STATEWIDE TRANSPORTATION PLANNING AND PROGRAMMING

§450.200
Purpose.
§450.202
Applicability.
§450.204
Definitions.
§450.206
Scope of the statewide transportation planning process.
§450.208
Coordination of planning process activities.
§450.210
Interested parties, public involvement, and consultation.
§450.212
Transportation planning studies and project development.
§450.214
Development and content of the long-range statewide transportation plan.
§450.216
Development and content of the statewide transportation improvement program (STIP).
§450.218
Self-certifications, Federal findings, and Federal approvals.
§450.220
Project selection from the STIP.
§450.222
Applicability of NEPA to statewide transportation plans and programs.
§450.224
Phase-in of new requirements.
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Subpart C—METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION PLANNING AND PROGRAMMING

§450.300
Purpose.
§450.302
Applicability.
§450.304
Definitions.
§450.306
Scope of the metropolitan transportation planning process.
§450.308
Funding for transportation planning and unified planning work programs.
§450.310
Metropolitan planning organization designation and redesignation.
§450.312
Metropolitan planning area boundaries.
§450.314
Metropolitan planning agreements.
§450.316
Interested parties, participation, and consultation.
§450.318
Transportation planning studies and project development.
§450.320
Congestion management process in transportation management areas.
§450.322
Development and content of the metropolitan transportation plan.
§450.324
Development and content of the transportation improvement program (TIP).
§450.326
TIP revisions and relationship to the STIP.
§450.328
TIP action by the FHWA and the FTA.
§450.330
Project selection from the TIP.
§450.332
Annual listing of obligated projects.
§450.334
Self-certifications and Federal certifications.
§450.336
Applicability of NEPA to metropolitan transportation plans and programs.
§450.338
Phase-in of new requirements.
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 450—Linking the Transportation Planning and NEPA Processes


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