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e-CFR Data is current as of November 26, 2014

Title 23Chapter ISubchapter FPart 500


TITLE 23—Highways

CHAPTER I—FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

SUBCHAPTER F—TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT

PART 500—MANAGEMENT AND MONITORING SYSTEMS

rule

Subpart A—MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

§500.101
Purpose.
§500.102
Policy.
§500.103
Definitions.
§500.104
State option.
§500.105
Requirements.
§500.106
PMS.
§500.107
BMS.
§500.108
SMS.
§500.109
CMS.
§500.110
PTMS.
§500.111
IMS.
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Subpart B—TRAFFIC MONITORING SYSTEM

§500.201
Purpose.
§500.202
TMS definitions.
§500.203
TMS general requirements.
§500.204
TMS components for highway traffic data.


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