National Capital Transportation Amendments Act Of 2007: Report of the Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, U. S. Senate
Report to accompany Senate Bill S. 1446 to amend the National Capital Transportation Act of 1969 to authorize additional federal contributions for maintaining and improving the transit system of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, and for other purposes. Contents: Purpose and Summary; Background and Need for the Legislation; Legislative History; Section by Section Analysis; Evaluation of Regulatory Impact; Congressional Budget Office Cost Estimate; Changes in Existing Law Made by the Bill, as Reported.
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1446 would authorize ADDITIONAL FEDERAL Area Transit Authority bill billion Board of Directors capital and preventive Capital Improvement Program capital projects CAPITAL TRANSPORTATION ACT Capital Transportation Amendments CBO estimates CBO expects CHANGES IN EXISTING Committee on Homeland Commonwealth of Virginia Compact described Congressional Budget Office contains no intergovernmental cost $236 million cost estimate dedicated funding sources derived from dedicated District of Columbia EVALUATION OF REGULATORY existing law federal funds Federal grant Federal Workforce Government Reform Governmental Affairs Homeland Security Improvement Program approved Inspector intergovernmental or private-sector LIEBERMAN mandates as defined Maryland mass transit matching the federal Metropolitan Area Transit mittee on Oversight nance National Capital Transportation Oversight and Government preventive maintenance projects private-sector mandates Professional Staff Member PURPOSE AND SUMMARY pursuant regulatory impact reports revenue Sarah Puro Secretary of Transportation Security and Governmental transit system Transportation Amendments Act U.S. Senate UMRA Washington Metropolitan Area WMATA WMATA’s Capital