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‘‘(b) The airport proprietor should Issued in Washington, DC, on January 11, DOT/ALL 14
consult the International Civil Aviation 2008.
Organization Document 9562, Airport Mary E. Peters,
Economics Manual, Second Edition, Secretary of Transportation. Federal Docket Management System
Attachment 6 before taking action to Robert A. Sturgell, (FDMS).
include costs of a project under Acting Administrator, Federal Aviation SECURITY CLASSIFICATION:
construction in the rate-base of an Administration.
Unclassified, non-sensitive.
airport with international air service.’’; [FR Doc. E8–815 Filed 1–16–08; 8:45 am]
Option Two
The system is located in U.S.
‘‘2.5.3. The proprietor of a congested Department of Transportation, Office of
airport may include in the rate-base
used to determine airfield charges a Operations, M–30, New Jersey Ave., SE.,
Office of the Secretary
portion of the costs of airfield projects Room W12–140, Washington, DC 20590.
under construction so long as (1) all Privacy Act of 1974: System of CATEGORIES OF INDIVIDUALS COVERED BY THE
planning and environmental approvals Records SYSTEM:
have been obtained for the projects; (2) Individuals who participate in
the proprietor has obtained financing for AGENCY: Department of Transportation
(DOT), Office of the Secretary. proceedings at DOT that are covered by
the projects; and (3) construction has the Administrative Procedure Act
commenced on the projects. ACTION: Notice to modify a system of (APA), and who provide information
‘‘(a) The airport proprietor must records. about their identities. These include
deduct from the total costs of the proceedings conducted by DOT and by
projects any principal and interest SUMMARY: DOT proposes to modify a the Department of Homeland Security’s
collected during the period of system of records under the Privacy Act U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) and
construction in determining the amount of 1974. The system is DOT’s Docket Transportation Security Administration
Management System (DMS), which is (TSA).
of project costs to be capitalized and
being modified to reflect: (1)
amortized once the project is CATEGORIES OF RECORDS IN THE SYSTEM:
Incorporation in the new Government-
commissioned and put in service.
wide Federal DMS; (2) relocation of DOT, USCG, and TSA rulemaking and
‘‘(b) The airport proprietor should DOT’s Headquarters Building (HQ), in related documents issued in informal
consult the International Civil Aviation which DMS is located; and (3) new rulemakings, and public comments
Organization Document 9562, Airport name of the organizational entity of thereon; non-rulemaking and related
Economics Manual, Second Edition, which DMS is a part, and its location in documents, and public comments
Attachment 6 before taking action to the new DOT HQ. This system would thereon; in formal rulemakings,
include costs of a project under not duplicate any other DOT system of motions, petitions, complaints, and
construction in the rate-base of an records. related documents and formal responses
airport with international air service.’’ EFFECTIVE DATE: This notice will be thereto.
4. Revise paragraph 2.5.4(a) to read as effective, without further notice, on AUTHORITY FOR MAINTENANCE OF THE SYSTEM:
follows: February 26, 2008, unless modified by 5 U.S.C. 551 et seq.
(a) Element no. 3 above will be a subsequent notice to incorporate
presumed to be satisfied if comments received by the public. PURPOSE(S):
Comments must be received by To facilitate involvement of the public
(1) the other airport is designated as February 19, 2008 to be assured in APA and related proceedings.
a reliever airport for the first airport in consideration. Routine uses of records maintained in
the FAA’s National Plan of Integrated
ADDRESSES: Send comments to Habib the system, including categories of users
Airport Systems (‘‘NPIAS’’); or and the purposes of such uses: See
Azarsina, Acting Departmental Privacy
(2) the first airport is congested and Prefatory Statement of General Routine
Officer, S–80, United States Department
the other airport has been designated by of Transportation, Office of the Uses.
the FAA as a secondary airport serving Secretary of Transportation, 1200 New DISCLOSURE TO CONSUMER REPORTING
the community, metropolitan area, or Jersey Avenue, SE., Washington DC AGENCIES:
region served by the first airport. 20590 or None
b. Add a new subparagraph (e) to read
as follows: Habib Azarsina, Acting Departmental
(e) The proprietor of a congested Privacy Officer, S–80, United States DISPOSING OF RECORDS IN THE SYSTEM:
airport may consider the presence of Department of Transportation, Office of
airfield congestion at the first airport the Secretary of Transportation, 1200 STORAGE:
when determining the portion of the New Jersey Avenue, SE., Washington Electronically on a publicly-accessible
airfield costs of the other airport to be DC 20590; telephone 202.366.1965, or website.
paid by the users of the first airport
during periods of congestion, so long as
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SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The DOT Documents are retrievable through

the total airfield revenue recovered from
system of records notice subject to the FDMS by name of individual submitting
the users of both airports do not exceed Privacy Act of 1974 (5 U.S.C. 552a), as comment, and by docket number.
the total allowable costs of the two amended, as proposed to be modified, is
airports combined. available from the above mentioned SAFEGUARDS:
address and appears below: Records are freely available to anyone.

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RETENTION AND DISPOSAL: Register notice allowing for a 60-day records required to be prepared or
Paper copies are returned to the comment period on the ICR. No compiled and the time period during
originating office upon transfer to comments were received. which records must be preserved (See
electronic medium. Electronic version is DATES: Please send your comments by §§ 504(b)(1) and (d)). FMCSA will use
retained indefinitely at the discretion of February 19, 2008. OMB must receive this data to administer its safety
DOT, USCG, or TSA, as appropriate. your comments by this date in order to programs by establishing a database of
act quickly on the ICR. entities that are subject to its
SYSTEM MANAGER(S) AND ADDRESS: regulations. This database necessitates
ADDRESSES: All comments should
U.S. Department of Transportation, reference DOT Docket No. FMCSA– that these entities notify the FMCSA of
Dockets Program Manager, Office of 2007–0082. You may submit comments their existence. For example, under 49
Information Services, Docket to the Office of Information and CFR 390.19(a), FMCSA requires all
Operations, M–30, 1200 New Jersey Regulatory Affairs, Office of motor carriers beginning operations to
Ave., SE., Room W12–140, Washington, Management and Budget, 725 file a Form MCS–150 entitled, ‘‘Motor
DC 20590. Seventeenth Street, NW., Washington, Carrier Identification Report.’’ This
DC 20503, Attention: DOT/FMCSA Desk report is filed by all motor carriers
Officer. conducting operations in interstate or
Same as ‘‘System Manager.’’ international commerce within 90 days
RECORD ACCESS PROCEDURES: after beginning operations. It asks the
Delores Vaughn, Transportation
respondent to provide the name of the
Same as ‘‘System Manager.’’ Specialist, Office of Information
business entity that owns and controls
Technology, Operations Division,
CONTESTING RECORD PROCEDURES: the motor carrier operation, address and
Department of Transportation, Federal
Same as ‘‘System Manager.’’ telephone of principal place of business,
Motor Carrier Safety Administration,
assigned identification number(s), type
6th Floor, West Building, 1200 New
RECORD SOURCE CATEGORIES: of operation, types of cargo usually
Jersey Ave., SE., Washington, DC 20590.
Individuals participating in DOT, transported, number of vehicles owned,
Telephone Number: (202) 366–9409; e-
USCG, or TSA APA proceedings who term leased and trip leased, driver
mail address:
provide information about their information, and certification statement
Office hours are from 7 a.m. to 4:30
identities. signed by an individual authorized to
p.m., Monday through Friday, except
sign documents on behalf of the
business entity.
Title: Motor Carrier Identification The Department of Transportation
Habib Azarsina, Report. (DOT) and Related Agencies
Acting Departmental Privacy Officer. OMB Control Number: 2126–0013. Appropriations Act for fiscal year 2002
[FR Doc. E8–785 Filed 1–16–08; 8:45 am] Type of Request: Revision of a (DOT Appropriations Act) (Pub. L. 107–
currently-approved information 87, 115 Stat. 833, December 18, 2001)
collection. directed the agency to implement
Respondents: Motor carriers and section 210 of the Motor Carrier Safety
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION commercial motor vehicle drivers. Improvement Act of 1999 (Pub. L. 106–
Estimated Number of Respondents: 159, 113 Stat. 1748, December 9, 1999)
Federal Motor Carrier Safety 472,470. by issuing an interim final rule (IFR) to
Administration Estimated Time per Response: To ensure that new entrant motor carriers
complete Form MCS–150—20 minutes; are knowledgeable about the Federal
[Docket No. FMCSA–2007–0082] Motor Carrier Safety Regulations
and for Form MCS–150A—9 minutes.
To complete Form MCS–150B (HM (FMCSRs) and standards. The IFR was
Agency Information Collection
Permit Application)—6 minutes for published on May 13, 2002 (67 FR
Activities; Revision of a Currently
interstate carriers that have already 31983). The Form MCS–150A associated
Approved Information Collection:
completed the Form MCS–150; and for with this rule is entitled, ‘‘Safety
Motor Carrier Identification Report
intrastate carriers that have never Certification for Application for U.S.
AGENCY: Federal Motor Carrier Safety completed a Form MCS–150—they will DOT Number,’’ and is used to help
Administration (FMCSA), DOT. need about 16 minutes to complete the ensure that new entrants are
ACTION: Notice and request for permit renewal. knowledgeable about the Federal motor
comments. Expiration Date: January 31, 2008. carrier safety regulations and standards
Frequency of Response: One time for before being granted registration
SUMMARY: In accordance with the Form MCS–150A; biennially for MCS– authority to operate in interstate
Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995, 150 and MCS–150B. commerce (Intrastate carriers are not
FMCSA announces its plan to submit Estimated Total Annual Burden: considered new entrants since they do
the Information Collection Request (ICR) 119,270 hours [108,825 hours for Form not operate in interstate commerce; and
described below to the Office of MCS–150 + 10,305 hours for Form thus do not need to complete or file the
Management and Budget (OMB) for MCS–150A + 140 hours for Form MCS– Form MCS–150A.). Under the Form
review and approval. FMCSA requests 150B = 119,270 hours]. MCS–150A, as required by 49 CFR
approval to revise an ICR entitled, Background: Title 49 U.S.C. 504(b)(2) 385.305, the new entrant must certify
‘‘Motor Carrier Identification Report,’’ provides the Secretary of Transportation that it has a system(s) in place to ensure
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which is used to identify FMCSA (Secretary) with authority to require compliance with applicable
regulated entities, help prioritize the carriers, lessors, associations, or classes requirements covering driver
agency’s activities, aid in assessing the of them to file annual, periodic, and qualifications, hours-of-service,
safety outcomes of those activities, and special reports containing answers to controlled substance and alcohol
for statistical purposes. On November 7, questions asked by the Secretary. The testing, vehicle condition, accident
2007, FMCSA published a Federal Secretary may also prescribe the form of monitoring and hazardous materials

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