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Text of the Department of Transportation and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 1994

This bill was enacted after being signed by the President on October 27, 1993. The text of the bill below is as of Oct 7, 1993 (Passed the Senate (Engrossed) with an Amendment).

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HR 2750 EAS

In the Senate of the United States,

October 6 (legislative day, September 27), 1993.

Resolved, That the bill from the House of Representatives (H.R. 2750) entitled ‘An Act making appropriations for the Department of Transportation and related agencies for the fiscal year ending September 30, 1994, and for other purposes’, do pass with the following

AMENDMENTS:

    ( 1 ) Page 2, after line 2, insert:

IMMEDIATE OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY

    For necessary expenses of the Immediate Office of the Secretary, $1,173,000.

    ( 2 ) Page 2, after line 2, insert:

IMMEDIATE OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY SECRETARY

    For necessary expenses of the Immediate Office of the Deputy Secretary, $481,000.

    ( 3 ) Page 2, after line 2, insert:

OFFICE OF THE GENERAL COUNSEL

    For necessary expenses of the Office of the General Counsel, $7,667,000.

    ( 4 ) Page 2, after line 2, insert:

    For the necessary legal expenses of the 5 former employees of the White House Travel Office who were placed on paid administrative leave during calendar year 1993, $150,000 to be made available to the Office of the General Counsel: Provided, That such funds shall be deposited in a Fund established by the General Counsel: Provided further, That the General Counsel shall disburse a portion of such funds to any such employee--

      (1) after submission of a valid claim for reimbursement of necessary legal expenses incurred as a result of an investigation conducted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation of the operations of the White House Travel Office during calendar year 1993; and

      (2) upon notification or finding by the Department of Justice that such employee is not a subject of such investigation.

    ( 5 ) Page 2, after line 2, insert:

OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR TRANSPORTATION POLICY

    For necessary expenses of the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Transportation Policy, $2,410,000.

    ( 6 ) Page 2, after line 2, insert:

OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR AVIATION AND INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS

    For necessary expenses of the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Aviation and International Affairs, $8,000,000.

    ( 7 ) Page 2, after line 2, insert:

OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR BUDGET AND PROGRAMS

    For necessary expenses of the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Budget and Programs, $2,826,000, including not to exceed $60,000 for allocation within the Department for official reception and representation expenses as the Secretary may determine.

    ( 8 ) Page 2, after line 2, insert:

OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS

    For necessary expenses of the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Governmental Affairs, $2,225,000.

    ( 9 ) Page 2, after line 2, insert:

OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR ADMINISTRATION

    For necessary expenses of the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Administration, $33,794,000, of which $6,417,000 shall remain available until expended.

    ( 10 ) Page 2, after line 2, insert:

OFFICE OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS

    For necessary expenses of the Office of Public Affairs, $1,388,000.

    ( 11 ) Page 2, after line 2, insert:

EXECUTIVE SECRETARIAT

    For necessary expenses of the Executive Secretariat, $901,000.

    ( 12 ) Page 2, after line 2, insert:

CONTRACT APPEALS BOARD

    For necessary expenses of the Contract Appeals Board, $602,000.

    ( 13 ) Page 2, after line 2, insert:

OFFICE OF CIVIL RIGHTS

    For necessary expenses of the Office of Civil Rights, $1,430,000.

    ( 14 ) Page 2, after line 2, insert:

OFFICE OF SMALL AND DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS UTILIZATION

    For necessary expenses of the Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization, $934,000: Provided, That, notwithstanding any other provision of law, funds available for the purposes of the Minority Business Resource Center in this or any other Act may be used for business opportunities related to any mode of transportation.

    ( 15 ) Page 2, after line 2, insert:

OFFICE OF INTELLIGENCE AND SECURITY

    For necessary expenses of the Office of Intelligence and Security, $1,214,000.

    ( 16 ) Page 2, after line 2, insert:

TRANSPORTATION PLANNING, RESEARCH, AND DEVELOPMENT

    For necessary expenses for conducting transportation planning, research, and development activities, including the collection of national transportation statistics, to remain available until expended, $2,815,000.

    ( 17 ) Page 2, after line 2, insert:

OFFICE OF COMMERCIAL SPACE TRANSPORTATION

OPERATIONS AND RESEARCH

    For necessary expenses for operations and research activities related to commercial space transportation, $4,990,000, of which $1,500,000 shall remain available until expended: Provided, That notwithstanding any other provision of law, there may be credited to this account up to $200,000 received from user fees established for regulatory services.

    ( 18 ) Page 2, line 6, strike out [Struck out->][ $92,220,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $93,000,000

    ( 19 ) Page 2, line 19, strike out [Struck out->][ $15,540,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $33,423,077

    ( 20 ) Page 2, line 23, after ‘programs’ insert: in excess of $33,423,077

    ( 21 ) Page 3, line 7, after ‘provision’ insert: : Provided further, That none of the funds in this Act shall be available for service to communities in the forty-eight contiguous States that are located fewer than seventy highway miles from the nearest large or medium hub airport, or that require a rate of subsidy per passenger in excess of $200, unless such point is greater than two hundred and ten miles from the nearest large or medium hub airport

    ( 22 ) Page 3, line 24, strike out [Struck out->][ $180,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $300,000

    ( 23 ) Page 3, line 25, after ‘Provided,’ insert: That of this amount, $120,000 shall be derived from unobligated balances of the Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization: Provided further,

    ( 24 ) Page 4, line 5, strike out [Struck out->][ $4,500,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $7,500,000

    ( 25 ) Page 4, line 6, strike out [Struck out->][ $220,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $400,000

    ( 26 ) Page 4, line 6, after ‘$220,000’ insert: : Provided further, That of this amount $180,000 shall be derived from unobligated balances of the Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization

    ( 27 ) Page 4, line 15, strike out [Struck out->][ $2,555,695,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $2,590,083,000

    ( 28 ) Page 4, line 20, strike out [Struck out->][ twenty-three ][<-Struck out] and insert: twenty-one

    ( 29 ) Page 5, line 4, strike out all after ‘further,’ down to and including ‘shipyards’ in line 9 and insert: That the Commandant shall reduce both military and civilian employment levels for the purpose of complying with Executive Order No. 12839

    ( 30 ) Page 5, line 14, strike out [Struck out->][ $310,700,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $354,690,000

    ( 31 ) Page 5, line 16, strike out [Struck out->][ $79,200,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $103,690,000

    ( 32 ) Page 5, line 18, strike out [Struck out->][ $27,100,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $64,285,000

    ( 33 ) Page 5, line 21, strike out [Struck out->][ $47,700,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $50,200,000

    ( 34 ) Page 5, line 23, strike out [Struck out->][ $119,200,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $95,900,000

    ( 35 ) Page 5, line 25, strike out [Struck out->][ $37,500,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $40,615,000

    ( 36 ) Page 6, line 2, after ‘1994’ insert: : Provided, That funds received from the sale of the VC-11A and VC-4 aircraft shall be credited to this appropriation for the purpose of acquiring new aircraft and increasing aviation capacity

    ( 37 ) Page 6, strike out lines 3 to 5

    ( 38 ) Page 6, line 10, strike out [Struck out->][ $22,100,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $23,000,000

    ( 39 ) Page 6, line 13, strike out [Struck out->][ $5,940,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $12,940,000

    ( 40 ) Page 7, line 8, strike out [Struck out->][ $22,500,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $25,000,000

    ( 41 ) Page 8, line 8, strike out [Struck out->][ $4,568,219,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $4,584,584,000

    ( 42 ) Page 8, line 8, strike out [Struck out->][ $2,294,500,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $2,292,292,000

    ( 43 ) Page 8, line 17, strike out all after ‘forms’ down to and including ‘program’ in line 21

    ( 44 ) Page 8, line 24, strike out all after ‘standards’ over to and including ‘aircraft’ in line 3 on page 9

    ( 45 ) Page 9, line 3, after ‘aircraft’ insert: : Provided further, That none of the funds provided shall be made available for pay raises or bonuses in fiscal year 1994 for Federal Aviation Administration employees whose responsibilities include noise abatement policy function, managing aircraft route design or changes, and responsibility for preparing, managing, and overseeing the environmental impact statement mandated by section 9199 of Public Law 91-508, until the final report on such impact statement is issued

    ( 46 ) Page 9, line 23, strike out [Struck out->][ $2,142,000,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $2,162,578,000

    ( 47 ) Page 9, line 23, strike out [Struck out->][ $1,945,500,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $1,988,488,000

    ( 48 ) Page 9, line 25, strike out [Struck out->][ $196,500,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $201,662,000

    ( 49 ) Page 10, line 13, strike out [Struck out->][ $240,000,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $254,000,000

    ( 50 ) Page 11, line 7, strike out [Struck out->][ $1,500,000,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $1,800,000,000

    ( 51 ) Page 13, line 6, strike out [Struck out->][ $462,961,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $475,731,000

    ( 52 ) Page 13, line 10, strike out [Struck out->][ $166,460,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $173,850,000

    ( 53 ) Page 14, strike out lines 7 to 11

    ( 54 ) Page 14, line 17, strike out [Struck out->][ $17,482,663,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $18,020,000,000

    ( 55 ) Page 15, strike out line 6

    ( 56 ) Page 15, line 8, after ‘100-457’ insert: and Public Law 101-516

    ( 57 ) Page 16, strike out lines 18 to 23

    ( 58 ) Page 17, strike out lines 1 to 4

    ( 59 ) Page 17, strike out lines 5 to 8

    ( 60 ) Page 17, strike out lines 11 to 17

    ( 61 ) Page 17, line 23, after ‘1991,’ insert: the Motor Vehicle Information and Cost Savings Act (Public Law 92-513, as amended) and the National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act,

    ( 62 ) Page 17, line 24, strike out [Struck out->][ $46,780,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $128,311,000

    ( 63 ) Page 19, line 4, strike out [Struck out->][ $5,153,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $4,800,000

    ( 64 ) Page 19, line 6, after ‘for’ insert: all costs, including salary costs associated with

    ( 65 ) Page 19, line 18, strike out [Struck out->][ $14,865,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $9,990,000

    ( 66 ) Page 19, line 19, strike out [Struck out->][ $2,485,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $1,435,000

    ( 67 ) Page 20, line 21, strike out [Struck out->][ $10,000,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $20,000,000

    ( 68 ) Page 20, line 25, strike out [Struck out->][ $43,927,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $44,434,000

    ( 69 ) Page 21, line 1, strike out [Struck out->][ $1,357,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $2,711,000

    ( 70 ) Page 21, line 11, strike out [Struck out->][ $20,166,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $17,113,000

    ( 71 ) Page 21, line 24, strike out [Struck out->][ $130,000,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $250,000,000, to remain available until expended

    ( 72 ) Page 22, line 6, strike out [Struck out->][ $431,000,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $559,580,000

    ( 73 ) Page 22, line 6, strike out [Struck out->][ $331,000,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $351,000,000

    ( 74 ) Page 22, line 8, strike out [Struck out->][ $100,000,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $208,580,000, not to become available until July 1, 1994,

    ( 75 ) Page 22, line 15, strike out all after ‘status’ down to and including ‘1994’ in line 18

    ( 76 ) Page 22, line 18, strike out all after ‘1994’ down to and including ‘601(e)’ in line 20

    ( 77 ) Page 22, line 20, strike out all after ‘601(e)’ down to and including ‘services’ in line 24

    ( 78 ) Page 22, line 24, strike out all after ‘services’ over to and including ‘herein’ in line 3 on page 23

    ( 79 ) Page 24, line 12, strike out [Struck out->][ no new ][<-Struck out] and insert: not more than $5,000,000 in

    ( 80 ) Page 24, line 13, after ‘1994’ insert: and $250,000 is hereby made available for the cost of such loan guarantee commitments

    ( 81 ) Page 25, line 6, after ‘of’ insert: programs the obligation of which are in excess of $27,900,000 for

    ( 82 ) Page 25, after line 9, insert:

(LIQUIDATION OF CONTRACT AUTHORIZATION)

(HIGHWAY TRUST FUND)

    For payment of obligations incurred in carrying out the National Magnetic Levitation Prototype Development program as defined in subsections 1036(b) and 1036(d)(1)(A) of the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991, $27,900,000, to remain available until expended and to be derived from the Highway Trust Fund.

    ( 83 ) Page 25, strike out lines 10 to 23

    ( 84 ) Page 25, after line 23, insert:

High-Speed Ground Transportation Development

    For necessary expenses for high-speed ground transportation development, to remain available until expended, $2,091,000: Provided, That no more than $79,191,000 of budget authority shall be available for these purposes.

    ( 85 ) Page 25, after line 23, insert:

Trust Fund Share of High-Speed Ground Transportation Development

(LIQUIDATION OF CONTRACT AUTHORIZATION)

(HIGHWAY TRUST FUND)

    In addition to amounts otherwise available under this heading, and subject to the same terms and conditions, $77,100,000 for payment of obligations incurred in carrying out section 1036 of the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991 and other High-Speed Ground Transportation Development activities, to remain available until expended and to be derived from the Highway Trust Fund: Provided, That $77,100,000 shall be paid from the Highway Trust Fund to the Federal Railroad Administration High-Speed Ground Transportation Development Account.

    ( 86 ) Page 26, line 8, strike out [Struck out->][ $19,569,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $21,295,000

    ( 87 ) Page 26, line 8, strike out [Struck out->][ $37,731,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $39,457,000

    ( 88 ) Page 26, line 14, strike out [Struck out->][ $2,404,867,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $2,336,000,000

    ( 89 ) Page 26, line 17, strike out [Struck out->][ $752,278,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $802,278,000

    ( 90 ) Page 27, line 4, strike out [Struck out->][ $37,000,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $50,875,000

    ( 91 ) Page 27, line 5, strike out [Struck out->][ $76,125,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $95,000,000

    ( 92 ) Page 27, line 15, strike out [Struck out->][ $1,140,000,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $1,076,133,000

    ( 93 ) Page 27, line 21, strike out [Struck out->][ $1,079,951,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $1,011,084,000

    ( 94 ) Page 28, line 1, strike out [Struck out->][ $39,125,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $44,125,000

    ( 95 ) Page 28, line 10, strike out [Struck out->][ $1,707,425,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $1,785,000,000

    ( 96 ) Page 28, line 17, strike out [Struck out->][ $354,315,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $357,000,000

    ( 97 ) Page 28, line 19, strike out [Struck out->][ $593,050,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $667,940,000

    ( 98 ) Page 28, line 22, strike out [Struck out->][ $55,000,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $5,000,000

    ( 99 ) Page 28, strike out lines 24 and 25 and insert:

      $14,500,000 for the Boston, Massachusetts to Portland, Maine Commuter Rail Project;

    ( 100 ) Page 29, line 1, strike out [Struck out->][ $60,000,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $38,720,000

    ( 101 ) Page 29, line 3, strike out [Struck out->][ $40,500,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $14,500,000

    ( 102 ) Page 29, strike out lines 5 and 6 and insert:

      $64,800,000 for the New Jersey Urban Core;

    ( 103 ) Page 29, line 7, strike out [Struck out->][ $163,050,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $190,000,000

    ( 104 ) Page 29, line 9, strike out [Struck out->][ $2,400,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $4,800,000

    ( 105 ) Page 29, line 9, strike out [Struck out->][ only ][<-Struck out] and insert: preliminary engineering, and environmental analysis

    ( 106 ) Page 29, strike out lines 11 and 12 and insert:

      $500,000 for the South Jersey alternatives analysis;

    ( 107 ) Page 29, line 13, strike out [Struck out->][ $13,000,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $25,000,000

    ( 108 ) Page 29, line 13, strike out [Struck out->][ for design only ][<-Struck out]

    ( 109 ) Page 29, strike out lines 15 and 16 and insert:

      $70,000,000 for the New York Queens Connection Project;

    ( 110 ) Page 29, after line 16, insert:

      $3,800,000 for the Orlando Streetcar Project;

    ( 111 ) Page 29, line 17, strike out [Struck out->][ $70,000,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $99,000,000

    ( 112 ) Page 29, line 19, strike out [Struck out->][ $1,500,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $1,000,000

    ( 113 ) Page 29, line 21, strike out [Struck out->][ $28,200,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $44,820,000

    ( 114 ) Page 29, line 24, strike out [Struck out->][ $2,000,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $6,000,000

    ( 115 ) Page 29, line 24, strike out [Struck out->][ preliminary engineering only for ][<-Struck out]

    ( 116 ) Page 30, line 1, strike out [Struck out->][ $19,600,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $15,200,000

    ( 117 ) Page 30, line 3, strike out [Struck out->][ $10,000,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $12,000,000

    ( 118 ) Page 30, strike out lines 5 and 6 and insert:

      $25,000,000 for the Maryland Commuter Rail Project;

    ( 119 ) Page 30, line 7, strike out [Struck out->][ $10,000,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $8,000,000

    ( 120 ) Page 30, line 8, strike out [Struck out->][ and ][<-Struck out]

    ( 121 ) Page 30, after line 8, insert:

      $3,000,000 for the Lakewood Freehold and Matawan or Jamesburg Commuter Rail Project;

    ( 122 ) Page 30, after line 8, insert:

      $6,700,000 for the Hawthorne-Warwick Commuter Rail Project;

    ( 123 ) Page 30, after line 8, insert:

      $3,150,000 for the Baltimore LRT Extensions Project;

    ( 124 ) Page 30, after line 8, insert:

      $1,850,000 for alternatives analysis for Cincinnati, Ohio Commuter Rail; and

    ( 125 ) Page 30, after line 8, insert:

      $600,000 for Memphis, Tennessee Regional Rail Plan

    ( 126 ) Page 30, strike out all after line 8 down to and including ‘Transportation’ in line 10

    ( 127 ) Page 30, line 16, strike out all after ‘proviso,’ down to and including ‘$50,000,000’ in line 18 and insert: $4,000,000 shall be for the Milwaukee, Wisconsin East-West Corridor Project and $3,200,000 shall be for the RAILTRAN Corridor project of Dallas, Texas and Fort Worth, Texas, and $69,300,000

    ( 128 ) Page 31, after line 2 insert:

Interstate Transfer Grant--Transit

    For necessary expenses to carry out the provisions of 23 U.S.C. 103(e)(4) related to transit projects, $45,000,000, to remain available until expended.

    ( 129 ) Page 31, line 24, strike out [Struck out->][ $10,901,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $10,265,000

    ( 130 ) Page 32, line 6, strike out [Struck out->][ Kentucky Corridor B ][<-Struck out] and insert: West Virginia Corridor L

    ( 131 ) Page 32, line 8, strike out [Struck out->][ $3,800,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $62,200,000

    ( 132 ) Page 32, strike out lines 9 to 12

    ( 133 ) Page 32, after line 12, insert:

PITTSBURGH BUSWAY

    For 80 percent of the expenses necessary for the Pittsburgh Busway, as authorized by section 1069(e) of Public Law 102-240, $28,000,000.

    ( 134 ) Page 32, after line 12, insert:

MINEOLA GRADE CROSSING

    For 80 percent of the expenses necessary for the Mineola, New York grade crossing, as authorized by Public Law 99-591, $7,800,000.

    ( 135 ) Page 32, after line 12, insert:

CONGESTION MITIGATION

    For 80 percent of the expenses necessary for the Syracuse, New York congestion mitigation project, as authorized by section 1069(bb) of Public Law 102-240, $2,000,000.

    ( 136 ) Page 32, after line 12, insert:

CROSS WESTCHESTER EXPRESSWAY

    For 80 percent of the expenses necessary for the I-287 Cross Westchester, New York Expressway high occupancy vehicle lane project, as authorized by section 1069(ff) of Public Law 102-240, $15,000,000.

    ( 137 ) Page 32, after line 12, insert:

SCHENECTADY BRIDGE

    For 80 percent of the expenses necessary for construction of the Exit 26 bridge in Schenectady County, New York, as authorized by section 1069(b) of Public Law 102-240, $4,000,000.

    ( 138 ) Page 32, after line 12, insert:

COLUMBIA GORGE HIGHWAY

    For 80 percent of the expenses necessary for the Hood River to Mosier Connection project, as authorized by section 16(b)3 of Public Law 99-663, $2,800,000.

    ( 139 ) Page 32, after line 12, insert:

MANASSAS BATTLEFIELD BYPASS

    For 80 percent of the expenses necessary for the Manassas Battlefield highway projects, as authorized by section 10004(d) of Public Law 100-647, $3,200,000.

    ( 140 ) Page 32, after line 14, insert:

HAZARDOUS MATERIALS SAFETY

    For expenses necessary to discharge the functions of Hazardous Materials Safety and for expenses for conducting research and development, $12,721,000, of which $1,334,000 shall remain available until expended: Provided, That up to $1,000,000 in fees collected under section 106(c)(11) of the Hazardous Materials Transportation Act (49 U.S.C. App. 1805(c)(11)) shall be deposited in the general fund of the Treasury as offsetting receipts: Provided further, That there may be credited to this appropriation funds received from States, counties, municipalities, other public authorities, and private sources for expenses incurred for training, and for reports publication and dissemination.

    ( 141 ) Page 32, line 17, strike out [Struck out->][ $2,533,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $2,521,000

    ( 142 ) Page 33, line 9, strike out [Struck out->][ $915,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $884,000

    ( 143 ) Page 33, line 17, strike out [Struck out->][ $1,863,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $1,781,000

    ( 144 ) Page 33, line 25, strike out [Struck out->][ $6,160,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $6,283,000

    ( 145 ) Page 34, line 18, strike out [Struck out->][ $19,479,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $19,146,000

    ( 146 ) Page 34, line 18, strike out [Struck out->][ $2,449,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $2,313,000

    ( 147 ) Page 34, line 21, strike out [Struck out->][ $17,030,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $16,833,000

    ( 148 ) Page 35, line 7, strike out [Struck out->][ $10,350,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $11,000,000

    ( 149 ) Page 35, line 13, after ‘Transportation’ insert: and the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences

    ( 150 ) Page 35, after line 13, insert:

OFFICE OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL

SALARIES AND EXPENSES

    For necessary expenses of the Office of the Inspector General to carry out the provisions of the Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended, $36,595,000: Provided, That not more than $1,000,000 of the funds made available under this head shall be available for implementation of Public Law 101-576.

    ( 151 ) Page 36, line 18, strike out [Struck out->][ $44,904,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $44,960,000

    ( 152 ) Page 38, line 2, after ‘vehicle’ insert: : Provided further, That notwithstanding any other provision of law, none of these funds shall be used for the planning or execution of annuity payments to the government of Panama in excess of $50,000,000 until the Secretary of State and the Secretary of Transportation, in consultation with the Commandant, United States Coast Guard, certifies in writing that the government of Panama has taken adequate steps to investigate and, when appropriate, penalize Panamanian flag ships which have been reported by other nations to have violated the provisions of Annex V of the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships (MARPOL 73/78) and that the government of Panama has taken sufficient steps so as to ensure improved compliance with the provisions of Annex V of said treaty on the part of Panamanian flag ships

    ( 153 ) Page 40, strike out lines 10 to 13

    ( 154 ) Page 41, line 4, after ‘Center’ insert: : Provided, That the Secretary may plan for further development of the Volpe National Transportation Systems Center and for other compatible uses of the Center’s real property

    ( 155 ) Page 41, line 4, after ‘Center’ insert: : Provided further, That any such planning does not alter the Federal status of the Center’s research and development operation

    ( 156 ) Page 42, line 22, strike out [Struck out->][ and ][<-Struck out]

    ( 157 ) Page 43, line 4, strike out [Struck out->][ $1,107,124 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $1,050,000

    ( 158 ) Page 43, line 5, after ‘240’ insert: and $458,629 for the National Commission on Intermodal Transportation authorized by section 5005 of Public Law 102-240, and $15,000,000 for administrative costs and allocation to States under section 1302(d) of the Symms National Recreational Trails Act of 1991 and $5,000,000 for Lock and Dam No. 4 located at Pine Bluff, Arkansas. Amounts for section 5002 and section 5005 of Public Law 102-240 and amounts for section 1302(d) of the Symms National Recreational Trails Act of 1991 shall be deemed necessary for administration under section 104(a) of title 23, United States Code; and

      (4) Notwithstanding subsection (a) or any other provision of law, the Secretary shall withhold from initial distribution the fiscal year 1994 Federal-aid highways obligation limitation set aside for Interstate Construction Discretionary projects: Provided further, That the Secretary shall distribute only after August 1, 1994, such obligation limitation withheld in accordance with this section to those States receiving Interstate Discretionary allocations

    ( 159 ) Page 43, strike out lines 6 to 20, and insert:

    (d)(1) During the period October 1 through December 31, 1993, the aggregate amount of obligations under section 157 of title 23, United States Code for projects covered under section 147 of the Surface Transportation Assistance Act of 1978, section 9 of the Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1981, sections 131(b), 131(j), and 404 of Public Law 97-424, sections 1061, 1103 through 1109, 4008, and 6023(b)(8) and 6023(b)(10) of Public Law 102-240, and for projects authorized by Public Law 99-500 and Public Law 100-17, shall not exceed $302,551,350.

    (2) The limitation on obligations for Federal-aid highways for fiscal year 1994 shall apply, notwithstanding any other provision of law, to obligations for priority corridor feasibility studies under section 1105(h) of Public Law 102-240; obligations for the Priority Corridor Revolving Loan Fund under section 1105(i) of Public Law 102-240; and obligations for the Applied Research and Technology Program under section 307(e) of title 23, United States Code.

    ( 160 ) Page 44, line 20, strike out [Struck out->][ $800,000 ][<-Struck out] and insert: $1,500,000

    ( 161 ) Page 46, strike out lines 16 to 18

    ( 162 ) Page 47, strike out lines 20 to 25

    ( 163 ) Page 47, after line 25, insert:

    SEC. 324. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, and except for fixed guideway modernization projects, funds made available by this Act or previous Acts under ‘Federal Transit Administration, Discretionary Grants’ for projects specified in this Act or previous Acts or identified in reports accompanying this Act or previous Acts not obligated by September 30, 1996, shall be made available for other projects under section 3 of the Federal Transit Act, as amended.

    ( 164 ) Page 48, strike out lines 4 to 10

    ( 165 ) Page 48, strike out lines 16 to 20

    ( 166 ) Page 48, after line 20, insert:

    SEC. 328. Sec. 373 of the Fiscal Year 1993 Department of Transportation Appropriations Act is amended by striking the period in the last line, inserting a comma, and adding: ‘and Provided further, That improvements identified as highest priority by section 1069(t) of Public Law 102-240 and funded pursuant to section 118(c)(2) of title 23, United States Code, in fiscal years 1993 through 1997 shall not be treated as allocations for Interstate maintenance for such fiscal year under section 157(a)(4) of title 23, United States Code, and sections 1013(c), 1015(a)(1), and 1015(b)(1) of Public Law 102-240’.

    ( 167 ) Page 48, strike out lines 21 to 24

    ( 168 ) Page 49, strike out lines 1 to 9

    ( 169 ) Page 49, after line 9, insert:

    SEC. 330. Funds made available for Federal-aid highways pursuant to the provisions of the Surface Transportation Assistance Act of 1982 and the Surface Transportation and Uniform Relocation Assistance Act of 1987 shall not be available for obligation after September 30, 1997.

    ( 170 ) Page 49, strike out lines 13 to 18

    ( 171 ) Page 49, strike out all after line 18 over to and including line 3 on page 51

    ( 172 ) Page 51, after line 14, insert:

    SEC. 335. Notwithstanding any other provisions of law, tolls collected for motor vehicles on any bridge connecting the boroughs of Brooklyn, New York, and Staten Island, New York, shall continue to be collected for only those vehicles exiting from such bridge in Staten Island.

    ( 173 ) Page 51, after line 14, insert:

    SEC. 336. None of the funds provided in this Act or prior Appropriations Acts for Coast Guard Acquisition, Construction, and Improvements shall be available after the fifteenth day of any quarter of any fiscal year beginning after October 1, 1993, unless the Commandant of the Coast Guard first submits a quarterly report to the House and Senate Appropriations Committees on all major Coast Guard acquisition projects including projects executed for the Coast Guard by the United States Navy and vessel traffic service projects: Provided, That such reports shall include an acquisition schedule, estimated current and future year funding requirements, and a schedule of anticipated obligations and outlays for each major acquisitions project: Provided further, That such reports shall rate on a relative scale the cost risk, schedule risk, and technical risk associated with each acquisition project and include a table detailing unobligated balances to date and anticipated unobligated balances at the close of the fiscal year and the close of the following fiscal year should the Administration’s pending budget request for the acquisition, construction, and improvements account be fully funded: Provided further, That such reports shall also provide abbreviated information on the status of shore facility construction and renovation projects: Provided further, That all information submitted in such reports shall be current as of the last day of the preceding quarter.

    ( 174 ) Page 51, after line 14, insert:

    SEC. 337. Section 705 of Public Law 94-210 is amended by adding:

    ‘(c) For the purpose of any State or local requirement for permit or other approval for construction of any improvement undertaken under this title, the exemptions and procedures applicable to a project undertaken by the Federal Government or agency thereof shall apply.’.

    ( 175 ) Page 51, after line 14, insert:

    SEC. 338. None of the funds provided in this or any other Act shall be used to remote radar coverage from the Roswell, New Mexico, airport prior to the Federal Aviation Administration obtaining congressional approval based upon a cost study applying (1) actual personnel staffing levels used at comparable facilities such as Moses Lake, Washington, and Waterloo, Iowa, and (2) the actual equipment costs based on integration with existing systems rather than acquisition of wholly redundant systems. The Federal Aviation Administration will report back to the committee with an appropriate study not later than December 31, 1993.

    ( 176 ) Page 51, after line 14, insert:

    SEC. 339. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, monies previously appropriated for the Chattanooga fixed rail project out of the section 3 ‘New Construction’ account shall be made available for the Chattanooga electric vehicle project through the ‘Bus and Bus Facilities’ account.

    ( 177 ) Page 51, after line 14, insert:

    SEC. 340. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, funds previously appropriated for Project Breakeven in Portland, Oregon, may, upon application by Tri-Met to the Federal Transit Administration, be expended on other eligible transit projects in the Portland metropolitan region.

    ( 178 ) Page 51, after line 14, insert:

    SEC. 341. Amend section 201 of the Act (45 U.S.C. 181) by adding to the end thereof the following sentence: ‘As used in this title, the term ‘foreign commerce’ shall include flight operations (excluding ground operations performed by persons other than flight crew members) conducted in whole or in part outside the United States and its territories by air carriers within the meaning of 49 U.S.C. 1301(3).’.

    Amend section 202 of the Act, 45 U.S.C. 182, by adding to the end thereof the following sentence: ‘As used in this title, the term ‘employment’ shall also include flight crew members employed by air carriers within the meaning of 49 U.S.C. 1301(3) while such flight crew members perform work in whole or in part outside the United States and its territories.

    ( 179 ) Page 51, after line 14, insert:

    SEC. 342. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, of the funds made available by this Act under Federal Transit Administration, Discretionary Grants, $3,100,000 shall be made available to the County of Kauai, Hawaii, for the payment of operating expenses incurred in connection with Hurricane Iniki, and $1,750,000 shall be made available to construct maintenance facilities for the vehicles used to provide such services: Provided, That these funds shall remain available until expended.

    ( 180 ) Page 51, after line 14, insert:

    SEC. 343. NEXRAD INSTALLATION- Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), pursuant to the FAA’s participation in the National Implementation Plan for the Modernization and Associated Restructuring of the National Weather Service, shall install nine standard FAA redundant configuration NEXRAD radar, to provide coverage to each of the following areas in Alaska, by the date indicated: Anchorage by June 1995; Sitka by July 1995; King Salmon by July 1995; Middleton Island by August 1995; Fairbanks by September 1995; Nome by October 1995; Bethel by October 1995; McGrath by September 1996; and the Bering Sea near Cold Bay or Sand Point by September 1996.

    ( 181 ) Page 51, after line 14, insert:

    SEC. 344. (a) It is the sense of the Senate that, within 12 months following the date of the enactment of this Act, each motor vehicle department of a State, rather than Congress, should establish a program requiring every applicant for an original, duplicate, or renewal driver’s license or identification card to produce the documents specified in subdivision (b) sufficient to establish the applicant’s citizenship or residence status.

    (b) Under such a program, each department would accept any one of the following documents, but no other documents, as proof of the person’s citizenship or residence status:

      (1) An original or certified copy of a birth certificate issued in the United States.

      (2) A currently valid United States passport.

      (3) Official immigration documents issued by the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service that either contain the person’s alien registration number or provide reasonable evidence of current immigration status.

    (c) Under the program, an applicant who declares himself or herself to be a lawful resident in compliance with such program would have that status verified by the Immigration and Naturalization Service of the United States based on documents presented to the department by the applicant. Verification would be either through an automated system utilizing the applicant’s alien registration or file number, known as the Systematic Alien Verification for Entitlements or ‘SAVE’ system, or by the department sending a copy of the original document the applicant submits as evidence of his or her immigration status to the Immigration and Naturalization Service for inspection, verification, and return to the department.

    (d) Under the program, the department would not issue or renew a driver’s license or identification card to any person who does not establish proof that he or she is a citizen or a legal resident of the United States pursuant to subdivision (b).

    ( 182 ) Page 51, after line 14, insert:

    SEC. 345. TRANSFER OF APPORTIONED TITLE 23 FUNDING- The Secretary of Transportation shall permit the obligation of not to exceed $4,000,000, apportioned under title 23, United States Code, section 104(b)(5)(B) for the State of Florida for operating expenses of the Tri-county Commuter Rail project in the area of Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach Counties, Florida, during each year that Interstate 95 is under reconstruction in such area.

    ( 183 ) Page 51, after line 14, insert:

    SEC. 346. (a) Congress finds that:

      (1) The Federal Aviation Administration is in the process of testing alternatives to the microwave landing system, which might prove more cost effective and capable of supporting category I, II, and III landings.

      (2) Proceeding with full scale production of the microwave landing system, without seriously considering alternatives, could result in a waste of Government resources.

    (b) It is the sense of the Senate that Congress should not fund full production of the microwave landing system in the future until the Federal Aviation Administration determines whether other alternatives to the current system can meet its needs in a more cost effective manner.

    ( 184 ) Page 51, after line 14, insert:

    SEC. 347. It is the sense of the Senate that the Secretary of Transportation should take such action as may be necessary to revise the Department of Transportation’s cost/benefit analyses process to fully take projected military enplanement and cost savings figures into consideration with regard to radar installations at joint-use civilian/military airports. It is further the sense of the Senate that the Secretary of Transportation shall require the Federal Aviation Administration to reevaluate the radar needs at the Cheyenne, Wyoming Airport, and enter into an immediate dialogue with officials of the Wyoming Air Guard, F.E. Warren Air Force Base, and Cheyenne area leaders in the phase II radar installation reevaluation of the Federal Aviation Administration and adjust cost/benefit determinations based to some appropriate degree on already provided military figures and concerns and other enplanement projections in the region. The Senate further believes that the Secretary of Transportation should report the results of this reevaluation concerning the Cheyenne Airport’s and Southeast Wyoming’s aircraft radar needs to Congress within 60 days following the date of the enactment of this Act and explain how military figures and concerns will be appropriately solicited and fully utilized in future radar decisions involving joint-use airport facilities.

    ( 185 ) Page 51, after line 14, insert:

    SEC. 348. None of the funds appropriated by this Act shall be available for use for closing or otherwise reducing the services of any flight service station in the State of Alaska in operation on the date of the enactment of this Act, until after the expiration of the 90-day period following the date that the Secretary of Transportation has reported to Congress regarding the effects on safety of the flight service station closing and reduction in services plan being carried out by the Federal Aviation Administration in the State of Alaska on the date immediately preceding the date of the enactment of this Act. Such report shall be submitted no later than 90 days after enactment of this Act.

    ( 186 ) Page 51, after line 14, insert:

    SEC. 349. If any State or local interest, within one year following the date of the enactment of this Act, can demonstrate to the satisfaction of the National Railroad Passenger Corporation that such State or local interest can cover any potential operating losses including the cost of equipment depreciation, or that the National Railroad Passenger Corporation will not incur or absorb any part of operational losses including the cost of equipment depreciation due to the initiation of new State-supported service, the Corporation shall initiate such new service: Provided, That the corporation determines equipment is available to initiate such service.

    ( 187 ) Page 51, after line 14, insert:

    SEC. 350. Paragraph (18) of section 1105(c) of the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991 (Public Law 102-240; 105 Stat. 2032) is amended to read as follows:

      ‘(18) Corridor from Indianapolis, Indiana, through Evansville, Indiana, and Memphis, Tennessee, traversing Arkansas and Louisiana, to Houston, Texas.’.

Attest:

Secretary.

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