23 CFR 1205.3 - Identification of National Priority Program Areas.

§ 1205.3 Identification of National Priority Program Areas.
(a) Under statutory provisions administered by NHTSA, the following NHTSA-administered highway safety program areas have been identified as encompassing a major highway safety problem which is of national concern, and for which effective countermeasures have been identified. Programs developed in such areas are eligible for Federal funding, pursuant to guidelines issued by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the review procedure set forth in § 1205.4:
(1) Alcohol and Other Drug Countermeasures
(2) Police Traffic Services
(3) Occupant Protection
(4) Traffic Records
(5) Emergency Medical Services
(6) Motorcycle Safety
(b) Under statutory provisions administered by FHWA, the following FHWA-administered highway safety program area has been identified as encompassing a major highway safety problem which is of national concern, and for which effective countermeasures have been identified. The program developed in this area is eligible for Federal funding, pursuant to provisions of 23 U.S.C. 402(g), guidelines issued by the Federal Highway Administration and the review procedures set forth in § 1205.4: Roadway Safety.
(c) Under statutory provisions jointly administered by NHTSA and FHWA, the following highway safety program areas, jointly administered by NHTSA and FHWA, have been identified as encompassing a major highway safety problem which is of national concern, and for which effective countermeasures have been identified. Programs developed in such areas are eligible for Federal funding, pursuant to guidelines issued by NHTSA and FHWA and the review procedures set forth in § 1205.4:
(1) Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety
(2) Speed Control
[47 FR 15120, Apr. 8, 1982, as amended at 53 FR 11270, Apr. 6, 1988; 56 FR 50255, Oct. 4, 1991; 59 FR 64127, Dec. 13, 1994]

Title 23 published on 2014-04-01

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