49 CFR Subpart R - Public Interest Exclusions

  1. § 40.361 What is the purpose of a public interest exclusion (PIE)?
  2. § 40.363 On what basis may the Department issue a PIE?
  3. § 40.365 What is the Department's policy concerning starting a PIE proceeding?
  4. § 40.367 Who initiates a PIE proceeding?
  5. § 40.369 What is the discretion of an initiating official in starting a PIE proceeding?
  6. § 40.371 On what information does an initiating official rely in deciding whether to start a PIE proceeding?
  7. § 40.373 Before starting a PIE proceeding, does the initiating official give the service agent an opportunity to correct problems?
  8. § 40.375 How does the initiating official start a PIE proceeding?
  9. § 40.377 Who decides whether to issue a PIE?
  10. § 40.379 How do you contest the issuance of a PIE?
  11. § 40.381 What information do you present to contest the proposed issuance of a PIE?
  12. § 40.383 What procedures apply if you contest the issuance of a PIE?
  13. § 40.385 Who bears the burden of proof in a PIE proceeding?
  14. § 40.387 What matters does the Director decide concerning a proposed PIE?
  15. § 40.389 What factors may the Director consider?
  16. § 40.391 What is the scope of a PIE?
  17. § 40.393 How long does a PIE stay in effect?
  18. § 40.395 Can you settle a PIE proceeding?
  19. § 40.397 When does the Director make a PIE decision?
  20. § 40.399 How does the Department notify service agents of its decision?
  21. § 40.401 How does the Department notify employers and the public about a PIE?
  22. § 40.403 Must a service agent notify its clients when the Department issues a PIE?
  23. § 40.405 May the Federal courts review PIE decisions?
  24. § 40.407 May a service agent ask to have a PIE reduced or terminated?
  25. § 40.409 What does the issuance of a PIE mean to transportation employers?
  26. § 40.411 What is the role of the DOT Inspector General's office?
  27. § 40.413 How are notices sent to service agents?