49 CFR 7.13 - How are copies of publicly available records obtained?
(a)Copies of materials covered by this subpart that are published and offered for sale. Records that are ordinarily made available to the public as a part of an information program of the Government, such as news releases and pamphlets, may be obtained upon request by contacting the appropriate DOT location identified in § 7.12(b) or the sources identified in § 7.41(g), and paying the applicable duplication fee or purchase price. Whenever practicable, DOT also makes the publications available at the appropriate physical locations identified in § 7.12(b).
(b)Copies of materials covered by this subpart that are not published and offered for sale. Such records may be ordered, upon payment of the appropriate fee (if any fee applies), through the applicable FOIA Requester Service Center or through the DOT Dockets Office identified in § 7.12(b):
(1) Per copy of each page (not larger than 8.5 × 14 inches) reproduced by photocopy or similar means - US $0.10.
(2) Per copy prepared by any other method of duplication - actual direct cost of production.