Adopted Part 240 Transportation Conformity and Part 200 General Provisions
The Department has adopted the repeal of existing 6 NYCRR Part 240 (Part 240), Conformity to State or Federal Implementation Plans of Transportation Plans, Programs, and Projects Developed, Funded or Approved Under Title 23 U.S.C. or the Federal Transit Laws and has replaced it with a new Part 240, Transportation Conformity. The Department has also simultaneously revised 6 NYCRR Part 200, General Provisions in relation to the new Part 240.
More about Adopted Part 240 Transportation Conformity and Part 200 General Provisions:
- 6 NYCRR Parts 240 and 200, General Provisions Express Terms Summary - Summary of changes to Adopted Parts 240 and 200
- 6 NYCRR Part 240, Transportation Conformity Express Terms - Existing Part 240 is repealed and a new Part 240 is added
- 6 NYCRR Part 200 General Provisions Express Terms, as related to Adopted Part 240 - Changes to Part 200, as related to adopted Part 240
- 6 NYCRR Parts 240 and 200 Regulatory Impact Statement - A general overview of the regulation detailing, among other things, the statutory authority, need for and justification of the proposal, expected cost and recordkeeping/reporting impacts, and compliance schedule.
- 6 NYCRR Parts 240 and 200 Job Impact Statement - Necessary for all regulations affecting 100 or more jobs and employment opportunities, this document details the number and categories of jobs affected, regions of the state suffering a disproportionate impact, and measures taken to minimize any impact on jobs and employment opportunities.
- 6 NYCRR Parts 240 and 200 Rural Area Flexibility Analysis - Defined as counties with populations of fewer than 200,000 people and towns in non-rural counties where population density is less than 150 people per square mile, this must state any impacts or requirements imposed upon rural areas. This must also express opportunities provided for rural citizens, businesses or organizations to participate in the rulemaking.
- 6 NYCRR Parts 240 and 200 Regulatory Flexibility Analysis for Small Businesses and Local Governments - Consideration of, and steps taken by the Department, to minimize any negative impacts on small businesses (independently owned businesses wholly within New York State of 100 employees or fewer) or local governments. This includes an explanation of what opportunities were provided to these entities to participate in the rulemaking process.