Bridge Inspection, Maintenance, and Design, Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Roads ... 90-2, on the Status of the Inspection, Maintenance and Design Ofbridges in the United States, March 18-20, 1968

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Página 38 - ... in which such project is located. (c) If at any time the Secretary shall find that any project constructed under the provisions of this chapter, or constructed under the provisions of prior Acts, is not being properly maintained, he shall call such fact to the attention of the State highway department. If, within ninety days after receipt of such notice, such project has not been put in proper condition of maintenance, the Secretary shall withhold approval of further projects of all types in...
Página 5 - Any State highway department which submits plans for a Federal-aid highway project involving the bypassing of, or going through, any city, town, or village, either incorporated or unincorporated...
Página 35 - State highway department of that fact, and if within ninety days after receipt of such notice said highway has not been placed in proper condition of maintenance...
Página 38 - It shall be the duty of the State highway department to maintain, or cause to be maintained, any project constructed under the provisions of this chapter or constructed under the provisions of prior Acts.
Página 43 - April 1, 1967. (b) The Commandant, US Coast Guard, in a notice dated March 31, 1967, and effective April 1, 1967 (32 FR 5611), approved the continuation of orders, rules, regulations, policies, procedures, privileges, waivers, and other actions, which had been made, allowed, granted, or issued prior to April 1, 1967, and provided that they shall continue in effect according to their terms until modified, terminated, repealed, superseded, or set aside by appropriate authority.
Página 45 - Good roads and canals will shorten distances ; facilitate commercial and personal intercourse; and unite, by a still more intimate community of interests, the most remote quarters of the United States. No other single operation within the power of government can more effectually tend to strengthen and perpetuate that union, which secures external independence, domestic peace, and internal liberty.
Página 38 - On any highway project in which Federal funds hereafter participate, or on any such project constructed since December 20, 1944, the location, form and character of Informational, regulatory and warning signs, curb and pavement or other markings, and traffic signals Installed or placed by any public authority or other agency, shall be subject to the approval of the State highway department with the concurrence of the Secretary, who Is directed to concur only in such installations as will promote...
Página 37 - maintenance" means the preservation of the entire highway, including surface, shoulders, roadsides, structures, and such traffic-control devices as are necessary for its safe and efficient utilization. The term "park roads and trails...
Página 34 - maintenance" means the constant making of needed repairs to preserve a smooth surfaced highway. The term "construction...
Página 43 - That it shall be the duty of all persons owning, operating, and tending the drawbridges now built, or which may hereafter be built across the navigable rivers and other waters of the United States, to open, or cause to be opened, the draws of such bridges under such rules and regulations as in the opinion of the Secretary of War the public interests require to govern the opening of drawbridges for the passage of vessels and other water crafts, and such rules and regulations, when so made and published,...

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