Delaware Law
Title 2 Transportation


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Delaware Laws | Title 2 Transportation

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TITLE 2 Transportation Aeronautics

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CHAPTER 1. REGULATION

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Subchapter I. General Provisions

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Sec. 101. Purpose of chapter.

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Sec. 102. Definitions.

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Sec. 103. Delaware Aviation Advisory Council.

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Subchapter II. Department of Transportation; Powers and Duties

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Sec. 131. General powers and duties.

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Sec. 132. Coordination of aeronautics matters and activities with and between the federal government, political subdivisions and others.

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Sec. 133. Reports to federal agencies; preservation of aircraft involved in accidents.

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Sec. 134. Rules, regulations, and standards.

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Sec. 135. State airways system.

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Sec. 136. Technical services to public use airports and political subdivisions.

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Sec. 137. Legislation; representation of State before federal agencies.

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Sec. 138. Participation in litigation or other proceedings.

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Sec. 139. Enforcement of aeronautics laws.

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Sec. 140. Conduct of investigations, inquiries and hearings.

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Sec. 141. Reports of investigations.

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Sec. 142. Financial assistance to political subdivisions, public use airports and education programs.

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Sec. 143. Authority to contract.

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Sec. 144. Grant of exclusive rights prohibited.

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Sec. 145. Cooperation with federal government.

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Sec. 146. Receipt of federal moneys for airports.

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Sec. 147. Disposition of federal moneys for airports.

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Sec. 148. Contracts for air navigation facilities.

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Subchapter III. Registration and Licenses

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Sec. 161. Declaration of policy.

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Sec. 162. Airports, landing areas and other air navigation facilities.

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Sec. 163. Refusal and revocation of license; registration or approval.

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Sec. 170. Operation of airport, landing area, etc. without license; approval of site required before acquisition.

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Sec. 171. Hearings for approval of airport sites or for licensing airports.

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Sec. 172. Standards for approving airport sites and licensing airports.

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Sec. 173. Exceptions from approval and licensing requirements.

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Sec. 174. Orders of Department refusing or revoking license, registration or approval.

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Sec. 175. Review of Department's action.

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Subchapter IV. Penalties

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Sec. 181. Penalties.

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Subchapter V. Flight Instruction/Aircraft Rental

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Sec. 191. Insurance notice.

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CHAPTER 3. UNIFORM STATE AERONAUTICS LAW

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Sec. 301. Definitions.

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Sec. 302. Sovereignty in space.

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Sec. 303. Ownership of space.

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Sec. 304. Lawfulness of flight and landings.

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Sec. 305. Damage on land; liability.

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Sec. 306. Collision of aircraft; law governing liability.

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Sec. 307. Crimes and torts in flight; law governing.

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Sec. 308. Contracts in flight.

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Sec. 309. Dangerous flying; penalty.

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Sec. 310. Hunting from aircraft; penalty.

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Sec. 311. Uniformity of interpretation.

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CHAPTER 5. AIRCRAFT OPERATION

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Sec. 501. Adoption of Federal Aviation Regulations governing aircraft operations.

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Sec. 502. Use of alcohol or drugs in connection with aircraft operations.

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Sec. 503. Penalties; jurisdiction.

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Sec.Sec. 504-508. [Reserved.]

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CHAPTER 6. OBSTRUCTIONS IN AIRPORT APPROACH AREAS

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Sec. 601. Jurisdiction.

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Sec. 602. Erection or maintenance of obstructions; prohibitions.

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Sec. 603. Erection or maintenance of obstructions; penalties.

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CHAPTER 7. STATE AIRPORTS

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Sec. 701. Authority to establish, acquire and operate.

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Sec. 702. Acquisition of easements and airport protection privileges.

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Sec. 703. Joint operations.

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Sec. 704. Condemnation.

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Sec. 705. Leases and sales.

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Sec. 706. Charges and rentals; lien.

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Sec. 707. Department's functions and powers governmental.

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Sec. 708. Tort liability.

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TITLE 2 Transportation Aeronautics

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CHAPTER 9. AIRPORTS OF POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS

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Subchapter I. Establishment and Administration

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Sec. 901. Interpretation and construction.

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Sec. 902. Public purpose and necessity.

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Sec. 903. Authority to establish, acquire and operate airports.

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Sec. 904. Establishment of airports on waters and reclaimed land.

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Sec. 905. Means of acquiring airport property.

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Sec. 906. Condemnation.

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Sec. 907. Acquisition of easements and airport protection privileges.

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Sec. 908. Validation of prior acquisition of airport property.

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Sec. 909. Specific powers of political subdivisions.

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Sec. 910. Encroachment upon airport protection privileges; abatement.

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Sec. 911. Assistance to other political subdivisions.

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Sec. 912. Exclusiveness of jurisdiction.

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Subchapter II. Financing and Taxation

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Sec. 921. Exemption of airport property and income from taxation.

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Sec. 922. Payment of purchase price and improvement costs; definition of "cost."

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Sec. 923. Bond issues.

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Sec. 924. Validation of prior bonds.

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Sec. 925. Authority to appropriate and expend moneys and to levy taxes.

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Sec. 926. Use of airport revenues.

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Subchapter III. Federal Aid

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Sec. 931. Receipt of aid; expenditure of moneys.

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Sec. 932. Department of Transportation as agent; conditions of grant.

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Sec. 933. Contracts; law governing.

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Subchapter IV. Joint Operations

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Sec. 941. Definitions.

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Sec. 942. Power, rights and authority.

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Sec. 943. Agreement for; contents.

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Sec. 944. Governing board; membership, organization and powers.

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Sec. 945. Ordinances.

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Sec. 946. Condemnation.

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Sec. 947. Joint funds.

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Sec. 948. Specific performance of joint agreements.

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CHAPTER 13. DELAWARE TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY

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Sec. 1301. Short title.

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Sec. 1302. Legislative findings and determinations.

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Sec. 1303. Definitions.

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Sec. 1304. Established; Director.

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Sec. 1305. Turnpike maintenance and operations.

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Sec. 1306. Aeronautics within the Department.

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Sec. 1307. Subsidiaries.

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Sec. 1308. Termination of local and specialized transportation authorities.

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Sec. 1309. Powers.

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Sec. 1310. Revenues.

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Sec. 1311. Bonds.

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Sec. 1312. Authorized projects.

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Sec. 1313. Projects transferred to Authority; cancellation of state general obligation bond authority.

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Sec. 1314. Authorization of state highway projects.

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Sec. 1315. Credit of State not pledged to Authority bonds.

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Sec. 1316. Bonds as legal investments; legal deposit.

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Sec. 1317. Revenues as trust funds; pledge or assignment of revenues; security interest.

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Sec. 1318. Certain contract with bondholders.

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Sec. 1319. Exemption from taxation.

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Sec. 1320. Special provisions relating to Delaware Turnpike.

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Sec. 1321. Limitation on jurisdiction of political subdivisions.

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Sec. 1322. Conveyance to Authority.

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Sec. 1323. Audit of books and accounts.

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Sec. 1324. Damage to private property.

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Sec. 1325. Employees of the Delaware Transit Corporation and subsidiaries.

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Sec. 1325A. Status of former DTA employees.

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Sec. 1326. John F. Kennedy Memorial Highway.

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Sec. 1327. Operation of service stations.

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Sec. 1328. Application of state Freedom of Information Act.

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Sec. 1329. Liability of Authority.

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Sec. 1330. Limitation of actions to recover payments erroneously or illegally collected by the Authority.

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Sec. 1331. Motor fuel tax.

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Sec. 1332. Passenger rail carriers.

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Sec.Sec. 1333, 1334. [Reserved.]

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Sec. 1335. Maintaining adequate supplies of road materials [Operation of this statute was suspended by 77 Del. Laws, c. 329, Sec. 100]

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CHAPTER 14. TRANSPORTATION TRUST FUND

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Sec. 1401. Title.

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Sec. 1402. Legislative findings and determinations.

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Sec. 1403. Application of chapter.

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Sec. 1404. Establishment of Transportation Trust Fund.

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Sec. 1405. Bonds secured by Transportation Trust Fund revenues.

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Sec. 1406. Covenants with holders of bonds.

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Sec. 1407. Pledge of revenues.

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Sec. 1408. Personal immunity.

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Sec. 1409. No alteration of rights.

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Sec. 1410. Bonds as legal investments.

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Sec. 1411. Property exempt from taxation.

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Sec. 1412. Applicable provisions of Chapter 13.

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Sec. 1413. Transfers from road improvement fund.

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Sec. 1414. Repeal of Sec.Sec. 1310 and 1312.

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Sec. 1415. Transfers of motor fuel tax revenues.

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Sec. 1416. Transfer of motor carrier registration fees.

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Sec. 1417. Budget of Authority.

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Sec. 1418. Deauthorization of funds.

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CHAPTER 18. PUBLIC CARRIER

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Sec. 1801. Definitions.

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Sec. 1802. Regulation of public carriers.

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Sec. 1802A. Regulatory requirements, powers and limitations.

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Sec. 1802B. Rates.

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Sec. 1802C. Taxicab medallion and limousine certification task force.

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Sec. 1803. Railroad rights-of-way; acquisition by Department; notice of abandonment.

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Sec. 1804. Railroad crossings; construction and protection.

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Sec. 1805. Right-of-way defined.

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Sec. 1806. Contents of notice.

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Sec. 1807. Service of notice.

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Sec. 1808. Regulation of ticket agents; penalties for violations.

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Sec. 1809. Redemption of unused tickets.

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Sec. 1810. Erection and maintenance of telegraph and telephone lines by railroad.

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Sec. 1811. Fences and cattle guards; liability for damages; trespass with animals; walking on tracks; penalties.

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Sec. 1812. Liability of those damaging railroad property.

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Sec. 1813. Badges of railroad conductor, baggage master and brakeman.

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Sec. 1814. Railroad car brakes.

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Sec. 1815. Penalties for violations of Sec.Sec. 1813, 1814.

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Sec. 1816. Free passes and franks; transportation without fare.

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Sec. 1817. Transportation utilities; intra and interline connections; switch connections.

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Sec. 1818. Public carriers operating buses; public liability insurance.

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Sec. 1819. Appeal from Department's order.

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Sec. 1820. Stay pending appeal.

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Sec. 1821. Liability for trashing railroad right-of-ways; penalty; jurisdiction.

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CHAPTER 20. PUBLIC-PRIVATE INITIATIVES PROGRAM IN TRANSPORTATION

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Sec. 2001. Findings and declaration of policy.

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Sec. 2002. Definitions.

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Sec. 2003. Projects.

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Sec. 2004. Ownership and lease of project transportation systems.

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Sec. 2005. Exercise of Department's powers.

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Sec. 2006. Authorization of tolls and user fees; limitations on toll and user fee revenues.

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Sec. 2007. Reimbursement for services rendered by department or other State agencies.

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Sec. 2008. Liability coverage; indemnification.

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Sec. 2009. Other agreement provisions.

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Sec. 2010. Operation of toll facility.

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Sec. 2011. Plans and specifications.

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Sec. 2012. Public-Private Initiatives Program Revolving Loan Fund.

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