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-'^^.^4' <^»"^ ssftj, ^_ PUBLIC LAW 104-59—NOV. 28, 1995 109 STAT. 569 Sec. 327. Use of recycled paving material. Sec. 328. Roadside barrier technology. Sec. 329. Corrections to miscellaneous authorizations. Sec. 330. Corrections to high cost bridge projects. Sec. 331. Corrections to congestion relief projects. Sec. 332. High priority corridors. Sec. 333. Corrections to rural access projects. Sec. 334. Corrections to urban access and mobility projects. Sec. 335. Corrections to innovative projects. Sec. 336. Corrections to intermodal projects. Sec. 337. National recreational trails. Sec. 338. Intelligent transportation systems. Sec. 339. Eligibility. Sec. 340. Miscellaneous corrections to Surface Transportation and Uniform Relocation Assistance Act of 1987. Sec. 341. Accessibility of over-the-road buses to individuals with disabilities. Sec. 342. Alcohol and controlled substances testing. Sec. 343. National driver register. Sec. 344. Commercial motor vehicle safety pilot program. Sec. 345. Exemptions from requirements relating to commercial motor vehicles and their operators. Sec. 346. Winter home heating oil delivery State flexibility program. Sec. 347, Safety report. Sec. 348. Moratorium on certain emissions testing requirements. Sec. 349. Roads on Federal lands. Sec. 350. State infrastructure bank pilot program. Sec. 351. Railroad-highwav grade crossing safety. Sec. 352. Collection of bridge tolls. Sec. 353. Traffic control. Sec. 354. Public use of rest areas. Sec. 355. Safety belt use law requirements for New Hampshire and Maine. Sec. 356. Orange County, California, toll roads. Sec. 357. Compilation of title 23, United States Code. Sec. 358. Safety research initiatives. Sec. 359. Miscellaneous studies. TITLE IV—WOODROW WILSON MEMORIAL BRIDGE Sec. 401. Short title. Sec. 402. Findings. Sec. 403. Purposes. Sec. 404. Definitions. Sec. 405. Establishment of authority. Sec. 406. Government of authority. Sec. 407. Ownership of bridge. Sec. 408. Project planning. Sec. 409. Additional powers and responsibilities of authority. Sec. 410. Funding. Sec. 411. Availability of prior authorizations. SEC. 2. SECRETARY DEFINED. 23 USC 101 note. In this Act, the term "Secretary" means the Secretary of Transportation. TITLE I—NATIONAL HIGHWAY SYSTEM SEC. 101. NATIONAL HIGHWAY SYSTEM DESIGNATION. (a) IN GENERAL.—Section 103(b) of title 23, United States Code, is amended by adding at the end the following: "(5) DESIGNATION OF NHS. —The National Highway System as submitted by the Secretary of Transportation on the map entitled 'Official Submission, National Highway System, Federal Highway Administration', and dated November 13, 1995, is hereby designated within the United States, including the District of Columbia and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. " (6) MODIFICATIONS TO NHS.— "(A) IN GENERAL.— Subject to paragraph (7), the Secretary may make modifications to the National Highway