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105 STAT. 944 PUBLIC LAW 102-143—OCT. 28, 1991 Contracts. Massachusetts. Reports. 23 USC 154 note. Intergovernmental relations. office in Little Rock, Arkansas, or to transfer or reduce personnel therefrom. SEC. 330. SOUTH BOSTON PIERS TRANSITWAY. —Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Secretary shall, with regard to the Discretionary Grants program of the Urban Mass Transportation Administration— (a) issue a letter of no prejudice, effective as of or retroactive to October 1, 1991, for preliminary engineering and final design, and enter into a full funding agreement, including system related costs, by June 1, 1992, for the portion of the South Boston Piers Transitway Project between South Station and the portal at D Street in South Boston, Massachusetts. That full funding agreement shall provide for a future amendment under the same terms and conditions set forth above, for the extension of the Transitway from South Station to Boylston Station; and (b) issue a letter of intent by September 30, 1992, for the extension of the Transitway from South Station to Boylston Station. SEC. 331. None of the funds provided in this Act for Coast Guard Acquisition, Construction and Improvements shall be available for any quarter of any fiscal year beginning after December 31, 1991, unless the Commandant of the Coast Guard first submits a quarterly report to the House and Senate Appropriations Committees on all major Coast Guard acquisition projects including projects executed for the Coast Guard by the United States Navy: Provided, That such reports shall include an acquisition schedule, estimated current and future year funding requirements, and a schedule of anticipated obligations and outlays for each major acquisitions project: Provided further. That such reports shall rate on a relative scale the cost risk, schedule risk, and technical risk associated with each acquisition project and include a table detailing unobligated balances to date and anticipated unobligated balances at the close of the fiscal year and the close of the following fiscal year should the Administration's pending budget request for the acquisition, construction and improvements account be fully funded. SEC. 332. NATIONAL 55 MPH SPEED LIMIT ENFORCEMENT PEN- ALTIES.—Notwithstanding sections 141(a) and 154 of title 23, United State Code, none of the funds in this or any previous or subsequent Act shall be used for the purpose of reducing or reserving any portion of a State's apportionment of Federal-aid highway funds as required by section 154(f) of title 23, United States Code, for reason of noncompliance with the criteria of that subsection during fiscal year 1990. The Secretary shall promptly restore any apportionments which, prior to enactment of this Act, were reduced or reserved from obligation for reason of noncompliance under section 154(f) during said fiscal year. SEC. 333. REVOCATION OR SUSPENSION OF DRIVERS' LICENSES OF INDIVIDUALS CONVICTED OF DRUG OFFENSES. (a) IN GENERAL. —Chapter 1 of title 23, United States Code, is amended by adding at the end the following new section: "§ 159. Revocation or suspension of drivers' licenses of individuals convicted of drug offenses "(a) WITHHOLDING OF APPORTIONMENTS FOR NONCOMPLIANCE. — "(1) AFTER SECOND CALENDAR YEAR. —For each fiscal year the Secretary shall withhold 5 percent of the amount required to be