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e-CFR Data is current as of October 20, 2014

Title 49Subtitle APart 7


TITLE 49—Transportation

Subtitle A—OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF TRANSPORTATION

PART 7—PUBLIC AVAILABILITY OF INFORMATION

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§7.1
General.
§7.2
Definitions.
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Subpart B—INFORMATION REQUIRED TO BE MADE PUBLIC BY DOT

§7.11
What records are published in the Federal Register, and how are they accessed?
§7.12
What records are available in reading rooms, and how are they accessed?
§7.13
How are copies of publicly available records obtained?
§7.14
Redaction of information that is exempt from disclosure.
§7.15
Protection of records.
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Subpart C—AVAILABILITY OF REASONABLY DESCRIBED RECORDS UNDER THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT

§7.21
What does this subpart cover?
§7.22
Who administers this subpart?
§7.23
What limitations apply to disclosure?
§7.24
How do I submit a FOIA request?
§7.25
How does DOT handle first-party requests?
§7.26
To what extent and in what format are records searched and made available?
§7.27
What are the designated DOT FOIA Requester Service Centers?
§7.28
How does DOT handle requests that concern more than one Government agency?
§7.29
When and how does DOT consult with submitters of commercial information?
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Subpart D—TIME LIMITS

§7.31
What time limits apply to DOT with respect to initial determinations?
§7.32
What time limits apply to a requester when appealing DOT's initial or final determination?
§7.33
What time limits apply to DOT with respect to administrative appeals (final determinations)?
§7.34
When and how are time limits applicable to DOT extended?
§7.35
When and how is the twenty day time limit for rendering an initial determination tolled?
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Subpart E—FEES

§7.41
When and how are processing fees imposed for records that are made available under subpart B or processed under subpart C of this part?
§7.42
What is DOT's fee schedule for records requested under subpart C of this part?
§7.43
When are fees waived or reduced for records requested under subpart C of this part?
§7.44
How can I pay a processing fee for records requested under subpart B or subpart C of this part?
§7.45
When are pre-payments required for records requested under subpart C of this part, and how are they handled?
§7.46
How are late payments handled?


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