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(ii) For model years 1968 through 1973: HC 600 ppm as hexane, and CO 7.0 mole percent.

(b) Method. No-load inspection is conducted by measuring two emission samples from each exhaust outlet. The first emission sample is collected with the vehicle's transmission in neutral and the engine operating at 2250 rpm. The second sample is collected with the vehicle's transmission in the position recommended by the manufacturer for adjusting the idle speed, and the engine idling.

(b) Method. Loaded-mode inspection for the first two phases of the driving cycle described in Table I is conducted by measuring the levels of emission concentrations from each exhaust outlet of a motor vehicle operated on a chassis dynamometer, with the vehicle's transmission in the setting recommended by the vehicle manufacturer for the speed-load combination being tested. For the idle phase, vehicles with automatic transmissions are tested in drive, and vehicles with standard transmissions are tested in neutral.

8 590.7 Loaded-mode inspection.

(a) Criteria. When the loaded mode inspection is conducted, concentrations of the emission samples taken from each exhaust outlet for each of the three phases of the driving cycle in Table I, conducted in the sequence indicated, shall not exceed the levels given in Table II. For the purpose of determining the weight classification of a motor vehicle for the loaded-mode inspection, 300 pounds are added to the vehicle's unladen curb weight.

8 590.8 Inspection conditions.

(a) The vehicle engine is at its normal operating temperature, as specified by the vehicle manufacturer.

(b) An engine speed indicator with a graduated scale from zero to at least 2500 rpm is used for the unloaded inspection procedure.

(c) The equipment used for analyzing the emission concentration levels

(1) Has a warm-up period not to exceed 30 minutes;

(2) Is able to withstand sustained periods of continuous use;

(3) Has a direct and continuous meter readout that allows readings for concentration levels of carbon monoxide (CO) from 0-10 mole percent, and of hydrocarbon (HC) from 0-2000 ppm of hexane; and if used for the loadedmode inspection, has at least one additional expanded direct and continuous readout for concentration levels of carbon monoxide and of hydrocarbon, such as from 0-5 mole percent and from 0-1000 ppm as hexane respective

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TABLE 11

High cruise

Low cruise

Idle

1967 and earlier model

years: HC 900 pm as hexane, CO 4.5 mole

percent. 1968 through 1973: HC

450 pm as hexane, CO 3.75 mole percent.

HC 900 pm as

hexane, CO
5.5 mole

percent.
HC 450 pm as

hexane, CO
4.25 mole
percent.

HC 1,200 pm as

hexane, co 9.0 mole

percent. HC 600 pm as

hexane, CO 7.0 mole percent.

(4) Has an accuracy of better than 25 percent of the full scale reading for each concentration range;

(5) Permits a reading for each emission concentration level, within 10 seconds after the emission sample has been taken, that is not less than 90 percent of the final reading; and

(6) Has a calibration system using a standard gas, or an equivalent mechanical or electrical calibration system which itself is based on standard gas.

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CHAPTER VI-URBAN MASS

TRANSPORTATION

ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF

TRANSPORTATION

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Part 601 603 604 605 609

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613 622 623

Page Organization, functions, and procedures

494 Claims under the Federal Claims Collection Act .... 498 Charter bus operations.............

500 School bus operations ...............

509 Transportation for elderly and handicapped persons .....

517 Planning assistance and standards............

522 Environmental impact and related procedures........ 522 Air quality conformity and priority procedures for

use in Federal-aid highway and Federally
funded transit programs .......

523 Uniform system of accounts and records and reporting system ....

523 Section 5-Formula grant urban mass transit program-requirements

541 Buy America requirements.

544

630

635

660

PART 601-ORGANIZATION, FUNCTIONS, AND PROCEDURES

Subpart A-General

Sec.
601.1 Purpose.
601.2 Organization of the Administrat n.
601.3 General responsibilities.
601.4 Responsibilities of the Administra-

tor.

Subpart B-Delegations 601.10 Delegations of authority.

Subpart C-Public Availability of Information

601.20 Sources of information.

AUTHORITY: Sec. 9 of the Department of Transportation Act (49 U.S.C. 1657, 1659), Reorganization Plan No. 2 of 1968 (82 Stat. 1369), and 49 CFR 1.5, unless otherwise noted.

Subpart A-General

tation Administrator (“the Administrator”) and Deputy Administrator. These offices are:

(1) Office of the Administrator.

(2) Office of the Associate Administrator for Administration.

(3) Office of Chief Counsel.
(4) Office of Civil Rights.
(5) Office of Public Affairs.

(6) Office of the Associate Administrator for Transit Assistance.

(7) Office of the Associate Administrator for Policy and Program Development.

(8) Office of the Associate Administrator for Transportation Planning.

(9) Office of the Associate Administrator for Transportation Manage. ment and Demonstrations.

(10) Office of the Associate Administrator for Technology Development and Deployment. The Administrator receives staff support from the Executive Secretariat which corrdinates internal document dissemination and project assignments and ensures policy compliance.

(b) The Office of the Administrator and the Offices of Chief Counsel, Public Affairs, the Associate Administrator for Administration, the Associate Administrator for Transit Assistance, the Associate Administrator for Policy and Program Development, and the Associate Administrator for Transportation Planning are located in the Department of Transportation Building, 400 7th Street, S.W., Washington, D.C. 20590. The Offices of Civil Rights, the Associate Administrator for Technology Development and Deployment, and the Associate Administrator for Transportation Management and Demonstrations are located in the Transpoint Building, 2100 2nd Street, S.W., Washington, D.C. 20590.

SOURCE: 41 FR 56808, Dec. 30, 1976, unless otherwise noted.

8 601.1 Purpose.

This part describes the organization or the Urban Mass Transportation Administration (UMTA”) an operating administration within the Department of Transportation. This part also describes the general responsibilities and authority of the officials directing the various offices of which UMTA is composed. In addition, this part describes the sources and locations of available UMTA program information.

8 601.2 Organization of the Administra

tion. (a) The headquarters organization of UMTA is composed of 10 principal offices which function under the overall direction of the Urban Mass Transpor

Region/States

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I-Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hamp-UMTA Representative, c/o Transportation Systems 617-494-2055 shire, Rhode Island, and Vermont.

Center, Kendall Square, Room 277, 55 Broadway,

Cambridge, Mass. 02142. 11 —New York, New Jersey, Puerto Rico, and Virgin UMTA Representative, 26 Federal Plaza, Suite 507,

212-264-8162 Islands.

New York, N.Y. 10007. lll-Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, Penn- UMTA Representative, 434 Walnut St., Suite 1010, 215-597-8098 sylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia.

Philadelphia, Pa. 19106.
IV-Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, UMTA Representative, 1720 Peachtree Rd. NW., 404-526-3948

North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee. Suite 400, Atlanta, Ga. 30309.
V-Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota, Michigan, Ohio, and UMTA Representative, 300 South Wacker Dr., Suite

312-353-0100 Wisconsin.

1740, Chicago, III. 60606.

Region/States

Office/address

Telephone No.

817-334-3787

816-926-5053

303-837-3242

VI-Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, UMTA Representative, 819 Taylor St., Suite 3A32, and Texas.

Fort Worth, Tex. 76102. VII—Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska...

UMTA Representative, 6301 Pork Hill Rd., Room

303, Kansas City, Mo. 64131. VIII-Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South UMTA Representative, Prudential Plaza, Suite 1822, Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming.

1050 17th St., Denver, Colo. 80202. IX-Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, Guam, and UMTA Representative, Two Embarcadero Center, American Samoa.

Suite 620, San Francisco, Calif. 94111. X-Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington.

UMTA Representative, Federal Bldg., Suite 3106, 915

2d Ave., Seattle, Wash. 98174.

415-556-2884

206-442-4210

$ 602.3 General responsibilities.

The general responsibilities of each of the offices which comprise the headquarters organization of UMTA are:

(a) Office of the ssociate Administrator for Administration. Directed by an Associate Administrator for Administration, this office provides general administrative support services for UMTA, including financial management, personnel administration, audit, procurement, logistical and management information systems.

(b) Office of Chief Counsel. Directed by a Chief Counsel, this office provides legal advice and services to the Administrator and other UMTA officials; coordinates with and provides support to the General Counsel of DOT on matters involving urban mass transportation; and, provides liaison between UMTA and the Department of Labor regarding the administration of section 13(c) of Urban Mass Transportation Act of 1964, as amended (the Act”).

(c) Office of Public Affairs. Directed by a Director of Public Affairs, this office advises and assists the Administrator in the area of public relations and in the dissemination to the public and the news media of information about UMTA programs, projects and activities.

(d) Office of the Associate Administrator for Policy and Program Development. Directed by an Associate Administrator for Policy and Development, this office advises and assists the Administrator in the development and evaluation of policies and plans for implementing the functions and programs authorized by the Act; coordinates UMTA activities with those of other agencies; and manages and administers the University Research

Program under section 11 of the Act (49 U.S.C. 1607(c)). This office has three organizational components: the Office of Policy Development; the Office of Program Evaluation; and the Office of Policy Research.

(e) Office of the Associate Administrator for Transit Assistance. Directed by an Associate Administrator for Transit Assistance, this office reviews and processes all applications for urban mass transportation capital and operating assistance grants and loans under sections 3, 4, 5, 16 and 17 of the Act (49 U.S.C. 1602, 1603, 1604, 1612 and 1613); reviews and processes applications for Federal assistance to the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) under the Transportation Act of 1972 and the National Capital Area Transit Act of 1972; directs the evaluation and analysis of proposed annual programs and individual programs and individual projects; and approves and recommends for approval annual programs and individual projects. This office has three operating components which direct and coordinate post-approval grant activities: the Office of Grant Assistance, the Office of Program Support, and the Office of Program Analysis.

(f) Office of the Associate Administrator for Transportation Planning. Directed by an Associate Administrator for Transportation Planning, this office assists the Administrator in directing, coordinating and controlling UMTA's transportation planning assistance and reviews planning activities both in relation to UMTA-supported State and local actions and planning policy interaction within the Department of Transportation and with other Federal agencies; and administers grants to States and local

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