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RAILROAD REVITALIZATION AND REGULATORY
REFORM ACT OF 1976
AN ACT To improve the quality of rail services in the United States through regu
latory reform, coordination of rail services and facilities, and rehabilitation and improvement financing, and for other purposes.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That this Act, divided into titles and sections according to the following table of contents, may be cited as the “Railroad Revitalization and Regulatory Reform Act of 1976":
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TITLE I–GENERAL PROVISIONS
TITLE II-RAILROAD RATES
recyclable or recycled materials.
TITLE III-REFORM OF THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
TITLE IV-MERGERS AND CONSOLIDATIONS
1 Public Law 95–437 repealed section 204 without repealing the item relating to section 204 in the table of contents.
2 Public Law 95–374 repealed sections 305 and 312 without repealing the items relating to those sections in the table of contents.
TITLE V-RAILROAD REHABILITATION AND IMPROVEMENT FINANCING
TITLE VI-IMPLEMENTATION OF THE FINAL SYSTEM PLAN
TITLE VII-NORTHEAST CORRIDOR PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION
TITLE VIII-LOCAL RAIL SERVICE CONTINUATION
TITLE IX-MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS
TITLE I-GENERAL PROVISIONS
DECLARATION OF POLICY
SEC. 101. (a) PURPOSE.-It is the purpose of the Congress in this Act to provide the means to rehabilitate and maintain the physical facilities, improve the operations and structure, and restore the financial stability of the railway system of the United
1 Sections 701-706(a), (c)-i), 707, 803, 808, 901-904 were repealed by P.L. 103–272 without repealing the corresponding items in the table of contents.