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<DOC> _______________________________________________________________________ Part LIX Interstate Commerce Commission _______________________________________________________________________ Semiannual Regulatory Agenda ======================================================================= INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION (ICC) _______________________________________________________________________ INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 49 CFR Ch. X [Ex Parte No. 420; Sub-No. 27] Semiannual Regulatory Flexibility Agenda AGENCY: Interstate Commerce Commission. ACTION: Publication of regulatory flexibility agenda. _______________________________________________________________________ SUMMARY: The Interstate Commerce Commission, in accordance with the requirements of the Regulatory Flexibility Act, is publishing a semiannual agenda of: (1) Current and projected rulemakings and (2) existing regulations being reviewed to determine whether to propose modifications through rulemaking. Listed below are the regulatory actions to be developed or reviewed during the next 12 months. Following each rule identified is a brief description of the rule including its purpose and legal basis. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: A contact person is identified for each of the rules listed below. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The Regulatory Flexibility Act, 5 U.S.C. 601 et seq. (RFA), sets forth a number of requirements for agency rulemaking. Among other things, the RFA requires that, during the months of April and October of each year, each agency shall publish in the Federal Register a regulatory flexibility agenda which shall contain: (1) A brief description of the subject area of any rule which the agency expects to propose or promulgate which is likely to have a significant economic impact on a substantial number of small entities; (2) A summary of the nature of any such rule under consideration for each subject area listed in the agenda pursuant to paragraph (1), the objectives and legal basis for the issuance of the rule, and an approximate schedule for completing action on any rule for which the agency has issued a general notice of proposed rulemaking; and (3) The name and telephone number of an agency official knowledgeable concerning the items listed in paragraph (1). In addition, section 4.b of Executive Order No. 12866 ``Regulatory Planning and Review,'' as written, would apply to independent regulatory agencies such as the Commission and directs that agencies (including independent agencies) prepare an agenda of regulations for inclusion in the unified regulatory agenda. Accordingly, a list of proceedings appears below containing information about subject areas in which the Commission is currently conducting rulemaking proceedings or may institute such proceedings in the near future. It also contains information about existing regulations being reviewed to determine whether modifications should be proposed through rulemaking. The agenda represents the Commission's best estimate of rules which will be considered over the next 12 months. However, section 602(d) of the RFA, 5 U.S.C. 602(d), provides: ``Nothing in [section 602] precludes an agency from considering or acting on any matter not included in a regulatory flexibility agenda or requires an agency to consider or act on any matter listed in such agenda.'' The Commission is publishing its October 1994 regulatory flexibility agenda as part of the Unified Agenda of Federal Regulations. The Unified Agenda of Federal Regulations is coordinated by the Office of Management and Budget pursuant to Executive Order 12866. Notwithstanding any limitations on executive branch control over our authority as an independent regulatory agency to conduct rulemakings, the Commission is participating in this program voluntarily to assist OMB. Decided: August 17, 1994. By the Commission, Chairman McDonald, Vice Chairman Phillips, Commissioners Simmons and Morgan. Vernon A. Williams, Acting Secretary. _______________________________________________________________________ INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION (ICC) Prerule Stage _______________________________________________________________________ 5121. <bullet> REPORT ON INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION FUNCTIONS, EX PARTE NO. 522 Legal Authority: PL 103-311, sec 210(a) CFR Citation: None Legal Deadline: Other, Statutory, October 25, 1994. Report due to the Department of Transportation and Congress Abstract: Section 210(a) of the Trucking Industry Regulatory Reform Act of 1994 requires the Interstate Commerce Commission to analyze its current regulatory responsibilities and identify those functions that could be eliminated or restructured. This proceeding implements that requirement. Timetable: _________________________________________________________________________ Action Date FR Cite _________________________________________________________________________ Request for Comments 08/19/94 59 FR 42845 Comment Period End 09/08/94 59 FR 42845 Report Due to the Department of Transportation and Congress 10/25/94 Small Entities Affected: Undetermined Government Levels Affected: None Agency Contact: Joseph Dettmar, Deputy Director, Interstate Commerce Commission, Office of Proceedings, Washington, DC 20423, 202 927-5660 RIN: 3120-AB99 _______________________________________________________________________ INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION (ICC) Proposed Rule Stage _______________________________________________________________________ 5122. EXEMPTION OF DEMURRAGE FROM REGULATION, EX PARTE NO. 462 Legal Authority: 49 USC 10505; 49 USC 10750; 49 USC 11121 to 11122; 5 USC 553 CFR Citation: 49 CFR 1033 Legal Deadline: None Abstract: The Commission proposes to exempt rail carriers' demurrage from all regulation but to retain jurisdiction over the first 24 hours for loading and the first 48 hours for unloading. Timetable: _________________________________________________________________________ Action Date FR Cite _________________________________________________________________________ ANPRM 12/18/85 50 FR 51565 ANPRM Comment Period End 01/17/86 50 FR 51565 NPRM 04/22/92 57 FR 14689 Extension of Public Comment Period to 07/21/92 05/13/92 57 FR 20442 NPRM Comment Period End 05/22/92 57 FR 14689 Extension of Public Comment Period to 09/21/92 07/27/92 57 FR 33166 Next Action Undetermined Small Entities Affected: None Government Levels Affected: None Agency Contact: Joseph H. Dettmar, Deputy Director, Office of Proceedings, Interstate Commerce Commission, Room 2144, 12th & Constitution Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20423, 202 927-5660 RIN: 3120-AB35 _______________________________________________________________________ 5123. RATE GUIDELINES--NONCOAL PROCEEDINGS, EX PARTE NO. 347 (SUB-NO. 2) Legal Authority: 49 USC 10301; 49 USC 10321; 49 USC 10326; 49 USC 10701a; 49 USC 10704; 49 USC 10707; 49 USC 11701; 5 USC 553 CFR Citation: None Legal Deadline: None Abstract: Proposal to adopt maximum rate reasonableness guidelines for captive noncoal commodities. Request for comments on alternative guidelines for small shippers including small coal shippers. Timetable: _________________________________________________________________________ Action Date FR Cite _________________________________________________________________________ Notice of Proposed Policy Statement 05/22/86 51 FR 18811 Notice of Intent To Participate Due 06/02/86 Comments Due 07/21/86 Begin Review 07/24/87 End Review 09/30/87 Comments Under Internal Evaluation 00/00/00 Small Entities Affected: Undetermined Government Levels Affected: Undetermined Agency Contact: Thomas A. Schmitz, Chief, Section of Research and Analysis, Interstate Commerce Commission, 12th & Constitution Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20423, 202 927-5720 RIN: 3120-AB41 _______________________________________________________________________ 5124. CLASS EXEMPTION FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF CONNECTING TRACKS UNDER 49 USC 10901, EX PARTE NO. 392 (SUB-NO. 2) Legal Authority: 5 USC 553; 49 USC 10321; 49 USC 10901; 49 USC 10505 CFR Citation: 49 CFR 1150 Legal Deadline: None Abstract: The Commission proposes to exempt from the prior approval requirements of 49 USC 10901, the construction of rail connecting tracks, except those construction projects that would result in a major market extension as defined at 49 CFR 1180.3(c). Timetable: _________________________________________________________________________ Action Date FR Cite _________________________________________________________________________ NPRM 07/24/86 51 FR 26563 NPRM Comment Period End 08/25/86 NPRM 09/16/92 57 FR 42733 NPRM Comment Period End 10/16/92 57 FR 42733 Internal Review of Comments 00/00/00 Small Entities Affected: None Government Levels Affected: None Agency Contact: Joseph H. Dettmar, Deputy Director, Office of Proceedings, Interstate Commerce Commission, Room 2144, 12th & Constitution Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20423, 202 927-5660 RIN: 3120-AB43 _______________________________________________________________________ 5125. REVISION OF LICENSING APPLICATION FORMS AND CORRESPONDING REGULATIONS, EX PARTE NO. 55 (SUB-NO. 86) Legal Authority: 5 USC 551(a); 5 USC 553; 5 USC 559; 16 USC 1456; 49 USC 10101; 49 USC 10305; 49 USC 10321; 49 USC 10921; 49 USC 10922; 49 USC 10923; 49 USC 10924; 49 USC 10928; 49 USC 11102 CFR Citation: 49 CFR 1160; 49 CFR 1162; 49 CFR 1166 Legal Deadline: None
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