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Amtrak or a commuter authority making a solicitation after August 25, 1990, to purchase or lease a new intercity or commuter rail car for use on the system shall ensure that the vehicle is readily accessible to and usable by individuals with disabilities, including individuals who use wheelchairs.
This is a list of United States Code sections, Statutes at Large, Public Laws, and Presidential Documents, which provide rulemaking authority for this CFR Part.
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§ 12101 - Findings and purpose
§ 12102 - Definition of disability
§ 12103 - Additional definitions
§ 12111 - Definitions
§ 12112 - Discrimination
§ 12113 - Defenses
§ 12114 - Illegal use of drugs and alcohol
§ 12115 - Posting notices
§ 12116 - Regulations
§ 12117 - Enforcement
§ 12131 - Definitions
§ 12132 - Discrimination
§ 12133 - Enforcement
§ 12134 - Regulations
§ 12141 - Definitions
§ 12142 - Public entities operating fixed route systems
§ 12143 - Paratransit as a complement to fixed route service
§ 12144 - Public entity operating a demand responsive system
§ 12145 - Temporary relief where lifts are unavailable
§ 12146 - New facilities
§ 12147 - Alterations of existing facilities
§ 12148 - Public transportation programs and activities in existing facilities and one car per train rule
§ 12149 - Regulations
§ 12150 - Interim accessibility requirements
§ 12161 - Definitions
§ 12162 - Intercity and commuter rail actions considered discriminatory
§ 12163 - Conformance of accessibility standards
§ 12164 - Regulations
§ 12165 - Interim accessibility requirements
§ 12181 - Definitions
§ 12182 - Prohibition of discrimination by public accommodations
§ 12183 - New construction and alterations in public accommodations and commercial facilities
§ 12184 - Prohibition of discrimination in specified public transportation services provided by private entities
§ 12185 - Study
§ 12186 - Regulations
§ 12187 - Exemptions for private clubs and religious organizations
§ 12188 - Enforcement
§ 12189 - Examinations and courses
§ 12201 - Construction
§ 12202 - State immunity
§ 12203 - Prohibition against retaliation and coercion
§ 12204 - Regulations by Architectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance Board
§ 12205 - Attorney’s fees
§ 12205a - Rule of construction regarding regulatory authority
§ 12206 - Technical assistance
§ 12207 - Federal wilderness areas
§ 12208 - Transvestites
§ 12209 - Instrumentalities of Congress
§ 12210 - Illegal use of drugs
§ 12211 - Definitions
§ 12212 - Alternative means of dispute resolution
§ 12213 - Severability
§ 322 - General powers
Title 49 published on 07-Sep-2017 04:47
The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 49 CFR Part 37 after this date.
This document announces the disposition of a petition for rulemaking from Access Services concerning the Department's regulations implementing the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) with respect to the method of determining the fare for a trip charged to an ADA paratransit-eligible user. The petition asked the Department to revise its regulation to allow for a “coordinated” or two-tier fare structure. The current regulation provides that the fare shall not exceed twice the fare that would be charged to an individual paying full fare for a similar trip on the fixed route system. On December 4, 2015, President Obama signed into law the Fixing America's Surface Transportation (FAST) Act. Section 3023 of the FAST Act allows the fare structure Access Services supported in its petition for rulemaking, thereby rendering the petition for rulemaking moot.
This document seeks public comments on a petition for rulemaking from Access Services concerning the Department's regulations implementing the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) with respect to the method of determining the fare for a trip charged to an ADA paratransit eligible user. The petition asks the Department to revise its regulation to allow for a “coordinated” or two-tier fare structure. The current regulation provides that the fare shall not exceed twice the fare that would be charged to an individual paying full fare for a similar trip on the fixed route system.
This document corrects two typographical errors in the final rule that appeared in the Federal Register on March 13, 2015, entitled “Transportation for Individuals With Disabilities; Reasonable Modification of Policies and Practices.”
This final rule revises some of the Department's civil rights regulations by removing obsolete and inconsistent language.
The DOT is seeking comments to help conduct a review of some of the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) implementing regulations for over-the-road bus (OTRB) operators. The DOT will review regulations specified in the SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION section. Your comments will assist DOT with making decisions to modify or retain certain requirements found in these ADA regulations.