101 STAT. 1329-381
PUBLIC LAW 100-202—DEC. 22, 1987
(11) schedules showing the aviation industry's safety record during the fiscal year for air carriers and general aviation, including the number of inspections performed where deficiencies were identified compared with inspections where no deficiencies were found and the frequency of safety deficiencies per carrier as well as an analysis based on the data of the general status of air carrier and general aviation compliance with Federgd Aviation Regulations. 49 USC 301 note.
(b) L O N G - R A N G E NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION STRATEGIC PLANNING
STUDY.—The Department of Transportation shall undertake a longrange, multi-modal national transportation strategic planning study. This study shall forecast long-term needs and costs for developing and maintaining facilities and services to achieve a desired national transportation program for moving people and goods in the year 2015. The study shall include detailed analyses of transportation needs within six to nine metropolitan areas that have diverse population, development, and demographic patterns, including at least one interstate metropolitan area. This study shall be submitted to Congress on or before October 1, 1989. Federal SEC. 318. Within seven calendar days of the obligation date, the Register, Urban Mass Transportation Administration shall publish in the publication. Federal Register an announcement of each grant obligated pursuant Grants. to sections 3 and 9 of the Urban Mass Transportation Act of 1964, as amended, including the grant number, the grant amount, and the transit property receiving each grant. SEC. 319. None of the funds appropriated in this Act may be used to prescribe, implement, or enforce a national policy specifying that only a single type of visual glideslope indicator can be funded under the facilities and equipment account or through the airport improvement program: Provided, That this prohibition shall not apply in the case of airports that are certified under part 139 of the Federal Aviation Regulations. 49 USC app. 1348 SEC. 320. (a) The Federal Aviation Administration shall satisfy the note. following air traffic controller work force staffing requirements by September 30, 1988: (1) total air traffic controller work force level of not less than 15,900; (2) total full performance level air traffic controllers of not less than 10,450; and (3) at least 70 percent of the air traffic controller work force, excluding common screen students, at each center and level 3 and above terminal shall have achieved operational controller status. (b) The Secretary may waive any requirement of this section by certifying that such requirement would adversely affect aviation safety: Provided, That such a waiver shall become effective 30 days after the Committees on Appropriations of the Senate and the House of Representatives are notified in writing of the Secretary's intention to waive and reasons for waiving such requirement. Contracts. SEC. 321. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, funds appropriated in this or any other Act intended for studies, reports, or research, and related costs thereof including necessary capital expenses, are available for such purposes to be conducted through contracts or financial assistance agreements with the educational institutions that are specified in such Acts or in any report accompanying such Acts.