PUBLIC LAW 100-457—SEPT. 30, 1988
102 STAT. 2149
(5) a comparison of actual inspections performed during the fiscal year to the annual work programs disaggregated to the field locations and, for any field location completing less than 80 percent of its planned number of inspections, an explanation as to why annual work program plans were not met; (6) a statement of the adequacy of Federal Aviation Administration internal management controls available to ensure that field managers are complying with Federal Aviation Administration policies and procedures including those regarding inspector priorities, oistrict office coorc&ation, minimum inspection standards, and inspection followup; (7) the status of the Federal Aviation Administration's efforts to update inspector guidance documents and Federal r^ulations to include technological, management, and structural changes taking place within the aviation industry, including a listing of the backlog of all proposed regulatory changes; (8) a list of the specific operational measures of effectiveness—"best proxies standing between the ultimate goal of accident prevention and ongoing program activities—that are being used to evaluate progress in meeting program objectives, the quality of program delivery, and the nature of emerging safety problems; (9) a schedule showing the number of civil penalty cases closed during the two prior fiscal years, including total initial assessments, total final assessments, total dollar amount collected, range of dollar amount collected, average case processing time, and range of case processing time; (10) a schedule showing the number of enforcement actions taken, excluding civil penalties, during the two prior fiscal years, including total number of violations cited, and the number of cited violation cases closed by certificate suspension, certification revocations, warnings, and no action taken; and (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 Federal Aviation Regulations. (b) LONG-RANGE 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 dem(^8^hic patterns, including at least one interstate metropolitan area. This study shall be submitted to Congress on or before CKctober 1, 1989. SEC. 318. Within seven calendar days of the obligation date, the Urban Mass Transportetion Administration shall publish in the Federal Register an announcement of each grant obligated pursuant 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.
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Federal Register, publication. Grants.