Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 94 Part 2.djvu/1186

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PUBLIC LAW 96-000—MMMM. DD, 1980

94 STAT. 2464

30 USC 185.

PUBLIC LAW 96-487—DEC. 2, 1980

(5) requirements to protect the interests of individuals living in the general area of the right-of-way who rely on the fish, wildlife, and biotic resources of the area for subsistence purposes; and (6) requirements to employ measures to avoid or minimize adverse environmental, social or economic impacts. (b) WILD AND SCENIC RIVERS SYSTEM.—Any transportation or utility system approved pursuant to this title which occupies, uses, or traverses any area within the boundaries of a unit of the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System shall be subject to such conditions as may be necessary to assure that the stream flow of, and transportation on, such river are not interfered with or impeded, and that the transportation or utility system is located and constructed in an environmentally sound manner. (c) PIPELINE RIGHTS-OF-WAYS.—In the case of a pipeline described in section 28(a) of the Mineral Leasing Act of 1920, a right-of-way issued pursuant to this title shall be issued in the same manner as a right-ofway is granted under section 28, and the provisions of subsections (c) through (j), (1) through (q), and (u) through (y) of such section 28 shall apply to rights-of-way issued pursuant to this title. EXPEDITED J U D I C I A L REVIEW

16 USC 3168. 42 USC 4321 °

SEC. 1108. (a) It is the intent of Congress that any judicial review of any administrative actions, including compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969, pursuant to this title shall be expedited to the maximum extent possible. (b) Any proceeding before a Federal court in which an administrative action, including compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969, pursuant to this title is challenged shall be assigned for hearing and completed at the earliest possible date, and shall be expedited in every way by such court, and such court shall render its final decision relative to any challenge within one hundred and twenty days from the date such challenge is brought unless such court determines that a longer period of time is required to satisfy the requirements of the United States Constitution. (c) No court shall have jurisdiction to grant any injunctive relief lasting longer than ninety days against any action pursuant to this title except in conjunction with a final judgment entered in a case involving an action pursuant to this title. VALID EXISTING RIGHTS

16 USC 3169.

SEC. 1109. Nothing in this title shall be construed to adversely affect any valid existing right of access. SPECIAL ACCESS AND ACCESS TO INHOLDINGS

16 USC 3170.

SEC. 1110. (a) Notwithstanding any other provision of this Act or other law, the Secretary shall permit, on conservation system units, national recreation areas, and national conservation areas, and those public lands designated as wilderness study, the use of snowmachines (during periods of adequate snow cover, or frozen river conditions in the case of wild and scenic rivers), motorboats, airplanes, and nonmotorized surface transportation methods for traditional activities (where such activities are permitted by this Act or other law) and for travel to and from villages and homesites. Such use shall be subject to reasonable regulations by the Secretary to protect the natural and other values of the conservation system units, national recreation