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List of CFR Sections Affected (1964 through 1972)

A Research Guide

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Title 49—TRANSPORTATION is composed of eight volumes. The contents of these volumes represent all current regulations codified under this title of the CFR as of October 1, 1981.

The parts in these volumes are arranged in the following order: Parts 1-99, Subtitle A-Office of the Secretary of Transportation; Parts 100-177 and Parts 178-199, Chapter 1-Research and Special Programs Administration (DOT); Parts 200-399, Chapter II—Federal Railroad Administration (DOT), and Chapter III–Federal Highway Administration (DOT); Parts 400-999, Chapter IVCoast Guard (DOT), Chapter V-National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (DOT), Chapter VI–Urban Mass Transportation Administration (DOT), Chapter VIII–National Transportation Safety Board, and Chapter IX-United States Railway Association; Parts 1000-1199, Parts 1200-1299, and Part 1300 to End, all Chapter X-Interstate Commerce Commission.

In the volume containing Parts 100-177 see § 172.101 for the Hazardous Materials Table. Parts 200-399 of this title contains the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations, and a Subject Index to these regulations follows Chapter III. The Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards appear in Part 571.

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