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SPINE = 0.243" Print 3-Page Spread to generate full cover ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This study was performed under the overall guidance of the ACRP Project Committee 11-01. The Committee was chaired by ELIZABETH SMITHERS, Charlotte Douglas International Airport, Charlotte, North Carolina. Members are MONICA R. HARGROVE, Washington, D.C.; JOSEPH HUBER, Cincinnati, Kentucky; D. SCOTT KNIGHT, Tampa, Florida; SARAH MEADOWS, Tucson, Arizona; CLYDE OTIS, Post, Polak, Goodsell, and Strauchler P.A., Roseland, New Jersey; and DANIEL S. REIMER, Denver International Airport, Denver, Colorado. DAPHNE A. FULLER provides liaison with the Federal Aviation Administration, PABLO NUESCH provides liaison with Air- ports Council InternationalâNorth America, ROBERT J. SHEA provides liaison with the Transportation Research Board, and THERESIA H. SCHATZ represents the ACRP staff. CONTENTS Summary, 3 Review of Airport Regulatory Framework, 5 Overview of Federal Laws and Regulations, 6 United States Department of Transportation, 6 Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, 7 Federal Aviation Administration, 7 National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 8 Federal Highway Administration, 8 Federal Railroad Administration, 8 Federal Transit Administration, 8 Transportation Network Companies, 8 State and Local Laws and Regulations, 11 Alaska, 11 Arizona, 12 California, 14 Colorado, 19 Connecticut, 22 Florida, 23 Georgia, 26 Hawaii, 29 Idaho, 30 Illinois, 32 Indiana, 34 Iowa, 35 Kentucky, 37 Louisiana, 38 Maine, 41 Maryland, 42 Massachusetts, 43 Michigan, 45 Minnesota, 47 Mississippi, 50 Missouri, 52 Montana, 56 Nebraska, 57 Nevada, 58 New Hampshire, 59 New Jersey, 61 New Mexico, 63 New York, 64 North Carolina, 65 North Dakota, 67 Ohio, 68 Oklahoma, 69 Oregon, 71 Pennsylvania, 72 Rhode Island, 74 South Carolina, 75 Tennessee, 77 Texas, 78 Utah, 81 Virginia, 83 Washington, 85 West Virginia, 88 Wisconsin, 89 Wyoming, 91 APPENDIX A: U.S. NPIAS Primary Commercial Airports, 93 APPENDIX B: Examples of Federal Transportation Laws and Regulations, 104 2 ACRP LRD 39 033000 ACRP LRD 39 Final cover.indd 4-6 11/3/20 9:10 AM