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Title 49 Transportation Part / Section
Subtitle B Other Regulations Relating to Transportation 100 – 1699
Chapter I Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration, Department of Transportation 100 – 199
Subchapter D Pipeline Safety 186 – 199
Part 195 Transportation of Hazardous Liquids by Pipeline 195.0 – 195.591
Subpart A General 195.0 – 195.15
Subpart B Annual, Accident, and Safety-Related Condition Reporting 195.48 – 195.65
Subpart C Design Requirements 195.100 – 195.134
Subpart D Construction 195.200 – 195.266
Subpart E Pressure Testing 195.300 – 195.310
§ 195.300 Scope.
§ 195.302 General requirements.
§ 195.303 Risk-based alternative to pressure testing older hazardous liquid and carbon dioxide pipelines.
§ 195.304 Test pressure.
§ 195.305 Testing of components.
§ 195.306 Test medium.
§ 195.307 Pressure testing aboveground breakout tanks.
§ 195.308 Testing of tie-ins.
§ 195.310 Records.
Subpart F Operation and Maintenance 195.400 – 195.454
Subpart G Qualification of Pipeline Personnel 195.501 – 195.509
§ 195.501 Scope.
§ 195.503 Definitions.
§ 195.505 Qualification program.
§ 195.507 Recordkeeping.
§ 195.509 General.
Subpart H Corrosion Control 195.551 – 195.591
Appendix A to Part 195
Delineation Between Federal and State Jurisdiction - Statement of Agency Policy and Interpretation
Appendix B to Part 195
Risk-Based Alternative to Pressure Testing Older Hazardous Liquid and Carbon Dioxide Pipelines
Appendix C to Part 195
Guidance for Implementation of an Integrity Management Program