Title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations
CFR Title 49 - Transportation is one of fifty titles comprising the United States Code of Federal Regulations (CFR). Title 49 is the principle set of rules and regulations (sometimes called administrative law) issued by the Departments of Transportation and Homeland Security, federal agencies of the United States regarding transportation and transportation related security. This title is available in digital and printed form, and can be referenced online using the Electronic Code of Federal Regulations (e-CFR).
Publication of Title 49 began in 1938, at which point it was entitled Transportation and Railroads. It was renamed in 1949 to Transportation.
The table of contents, as reflected in the e-CFR updated February 18, 2014, is as follows:
|1||1-99||Subtitle A--Office of the Secretary of Transportation|
|2||I||100-177||Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration, Department of Transportation|
|3||178-199||Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration, Department of Transportation|
|4||II||200-299||Federal Railroad Administration, Department of Transportation|
|5||III||300-399||Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, Department of Transportation|
|6||IV||400-499||Coast Guard, Department of Homeland Security|
|V||500-571||National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Department of Transportation|
|7||572-599||National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Department of Transportation|
|VI||600-699 (GPO)||Federal Transit Administration, Department of Transportation|
|VII||700-799||National Railroad Passenger Corporation (AMTRAK)|
|VIII||800-999||National Transportation Safety Board|
|8||X||1000-1199||Surface Transportation Board, Department of Transportation|
|9||1200-1399||Surface Transportation Board, Department of Transportation|
|XI||1400-1499 [Reserved]||Research and Innovative Technology Administration, Department of Transportation|
|XII||1500-1699||Transportation Security Administration, Department of Homeland Security|
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