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[121 STAT. 406]
[121 STAT. 406]
PUBLIC LAW 110-000—MMMM. DD, 2007

121 STAT. 406

PUBLIC LAW 110–53—AUG. 3, 2007

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(1) Capital uses of funds, including— (A) tunnel protection systems; (B) perimeter protection systems, including access control, installation of improved lighting, fencing, and barricades; (C) redundant critical operations control systems; (D) chemical, biological, radiological, or explosive detection systems, including the acquisition of canines used for such detection; (E) surveillance equipment; (F) communications equipment, including mobile service equipment to provide access to wireless Enhanced 911 (E911) emergency services in an underground fixed guideway system; (G) emergency response equipment, including personal protective equipment; (H) fire suppression and decontamination equipment; (I) global positioning or tracking and recovery equipment, and other automated-vehicle-locator-type system equipment; (J) evacuation improvements; (K) purchase and placement of bomb-resistant trash cans throughout public transportation facilities, including subway exits, entrances, and tunnels; (L) capital costs associated with security awareness, security preparedness, and security response training, including training under section 1408 and exercises under section 1407; (M) security improvements for public transportation systems, including extensions thereto, in final design or under construction; (N) security improvements for stations and other public transportation infrastructure, including stations and other public transportation infrastructure owned by State or local governments; and (O) other capital security improvements determined appropriate by the Secretary. (2) Operating uses of funds, including— (A) security training, including training under section 1408 and training developed by institutions of higher education and by nonprofit employee labor organizations, for public transportation employees, including frontline employees; (B) live or simulated exercises under section 1407; (C) public awareness campaigns for enhanced public transportation security; (D) canine patrols for chemical, radiological, biological, or explosives detection; (E) development of security plans under section 1405; (F) overtime reimbursement including reimbursement of State, local, and tribal governments, for costs for enhanced security personnel during significant national and international public events; (G) operational costs, including reimbursement of State, local, and tribal governments for costs for personnel assigned to full-time or part-time security or counterterrorism duties related to public transportation,

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