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e-CFR Data is current as of July 22, 2014

TITLE 23—Highways

CHAPTER I—FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

SUBCHAPTER G—ENGINEERING AND TRAFFIC OPERATIONS

PART 661—INDIAN RESERVATION ROAD BRIDGE PROGRAM

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§661.1
What is the purpose of this regulation?
§661.3
Who must comply with this regulation?
§661.5
What definitions apply to this regulation?
§661.7
What is the IRRBP?
§661.9
What is the total funding available for the IRRBP?
§661.11
When do IRRBP funds become available?
§661.13
How long are these funds available?
§661.15
What are the eligible activities for IRRBP funds?
§661.17
What are the criteria for bridge eligibility?
§661.19
When is a bridge eligible for replacement?
§661.21
When is a bridge eligible for rehabilitation?
§661.23
How will a bridge project be programmed for funding once eligibility has been determined?
§661.25
What does a complete application package for PE consist of and how does the project receive funding?
§661.27
What does a complete application package for construction consist of and how does the project receive funding?
§661.29
How does ownership impact project selection?
§661.31
Do IRRBP projects have to be listed on an approved IRR TIP?
§661.33
What percentage of IRRBP funding is available for PE and construction?
§661.35
What percentage of IRRBP funding is available for use on BIA and Tribally owned IRR bridges, and non-BIA owned IRR bridges?
§661.37
What are the funding limitations on individual IRRBP projects?
§661.39
How are project cost overruns funded?
§661.41
After a bridge project has been completed (either PE or construction) what happens with the excess or surplus funding?
§661.43
Can other sources of funds be used to finance a queued project in advance of receipt of IRRBP funds?
§661.45
What happens when IRRBP funds cannot be obligated by the end of the fiscal year?
§661.47
Can bridge maintenance be performed with IRRBP funds?
§661.49
Can IRRBP funds be spent on Interstate, State Highway, and Toll Road IRR bridges?
§661.51
Can IRRBP funds be used for the approach roadway to a bridge?
§661.53
What standards should be used for bridge design?
§661.55
How are BIA and Tribal owned IRR bridges inspected?
§661.57
How is a list of deficient bridges to be generated?
§661.59
What should be done with a deficient BIA owned IRR bridge if the Indian Tribe does not support the project?


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