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Title 49Subtitle BChapter VIIIPart 801 → Subpart D


Title 49: Transportation
PART 801—PUBLIC AVAILABILITY OF INFORMATION


Subpart D—Accident Investigation Records


Contents
§801.30   Records from accident investigations.
§801.31   Public hearings regarding investigations.
§801.32   Accident reports.

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§801.30   Records from accident investigations.

Upon completion of an accident investigation, the NTSB will compile a public docket containing investigators' factual reports, and documents and exhibits that the agency deemed pertinent to the investigation. The Chief, Records Management Division, will then make the docket available on the NTSB Website and available for public inspection and copying in the NTSB's public reference room.

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§801.31   Public hearings regarding investigations.

Within approximately four (4) weeks after a public investigative hearing conducted in accordance with part 845, subpart A, of this chapter, the Chief, Records Management Division, will make the hearing transcript available in the electronic reading room and the public reference room. On or before the date of the hearing, the Chief, Records Management Division, will make the exhibits introduced at the hearing available on the NTSB Website and available for public inspection and copying in the NTSB's public reference room.

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§801.32   Accident reports.

(a) The NTSB will report the facts, conditions, circumstances, and its determination of the probable causes of U.S. civil transportation accidents, in accordance with 49 U.S.C. 1131(e).

(b) These reports will be made available on the NTSB Website and available for public inspection and copying in the NTSB's public reference room.

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