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(2) any proposed airport noise or access restriction at a general aviation airport if the airport proprietor has formally initiated a regulatory or legislative process before October 2, 1990; or

(3) the authority of the Secretary of Transportation to seek and obtain legal remedies the Secretary considers appropriate, including injunctive relief.

PART C-FINANCING

CHAPTER 481-AIRPORT AND AIRWAY TRUST FUND

AUTHORIZATIONS

Sec. 48101. Air navigation facilities and equipment. 48102. Research and development. 48103. Airport planning and development and noise compatibility planning and

programs. 48104. Operations and maintenance. 48105. Weather reporting services. 48106. Airway science curriculum grants. 48107. Civil aviation security research and development. 48108. Availability and uses of amounts. 48109. Submission of budget information and legislative recommendations and

comments. 48110. Facilities for advanced training of maintenance technicians for air carrier

aircraft. 48111. Funding proposals. 48112. Adjustment to AIP program funding. 48113. Reprogramming notification requirement. § 48101. Air navigation facilities and equipment

(a) GENERAL AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.—Not more than a total of the following amounts may be appropriated to the Secretary of Transportation out of the Airport and Airway Trust Fund established under section 9502 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 (26 U.S.C. 9502) to acquire, establish, and improve air navigation facilities under section 44502(a)(1)(A) of this title:

(1) $2,131,000,000 for fiscal year 1999.
(2) $2,689,000,000 for fiscal year 2000.
(3) $2,656,765,000 for fiscal year 2001.
(4) $2,914,000,000 for fiscal year 2002.

(5) $2,981,022,000 for fiscal year 2003. (b) MAJOR AIRWAY CAPITAL INVESTMENT PLAN CHANGES.If the Secretary decides that it is necessary to augment or substantially modify elements of the Airway Capital Investment Plan referred to in section 44501(b) of this title (including a decision that it is necessary to establish more than 23 area control facilities), not more than $100,000,000 may be appropriated to the Secretary out of the Fund for the fiscal year ending September 30, 1994, to carry out the augmentation or modification.

(c) AVAILABILITY OF AMOUNTS.—Amounts appropriated under this section remain available until expended.

(d) UNIVERSAL ACCESS SYSTEMS. –Of the amounts appropriated under subsection (a) for fiscal year 2001, $8,000,000 may be used for the voluntary purchase and installation of universal access systems.

(e) ALASKA NATIONAL AIR SPACE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM.– Of the amounts appropriated under subsection (a) for fiscal year 2001, $7,200,000 may be used by the Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration for the Alaska National Air Space Interfacility Communications System if the Administrator issues a report supporting the use of such funds for the System.

(f) AUTOMATED SURFACE OBSERVATION SYSTEM/AUTOMATED WEATHER OBSERVING SYSTEM UPGRADE.-Of the amounts appropriated under subsection (a) for fiscal years beginning after September 30, 2000, such sums as may be necessary for the implementation and use of upgrades to the current automated surface observation system/automated weather observing system, if the upgrade is successfully demonstrated.

(g) LIFE-CYCLE COST ESTIMATES.—The Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration shall establish life-cycle cost estimates for any air traffic control modernization project the total lifecycle costs of which equal or exceed $50,000,000. 8 48102. Research and development

(a) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.—Not more than the following amounts may be appropriated to the Secretary of Transportation out of the Airport and Airway Trust Fund established under section 9502 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 (26 U.S.C. 9502) to carry out sections 44504, 44505, 44507, 44509, and 4451144513 of this title:

(1) for fiscal year 1995

(A) $7,673,000 for management and analysis projects and activities;

(B) $80,901,000 for capacity and air traffic management technology projects and activities;

(C) $39,242,000 for communications, navigation, and surveillance projects and activities;

(D) $2,909,000 for weather projects and activities;

(E) $8,660,000 for airport technology projects and activities;

(F) $51,004,000 for aircraft safety technology projects and activities;

(G) $36,604,000 for system security technology projects and activities;

(H) $26,484,000 for human factors and aviation medicine projects and activities;

(I) $8,124,000 for environment and energy projects and activities, and

(J) $5,199,000 for innovative/cooperative research projects and activities; (2) for fiscal year 1996—

(A) $8,056,000 for management and analysis projects and activities;

(B) $84,946,000 for capacity and air traffic management technology projects and activities;

(C) $41,204,000 for communications, navigation, and surveillance projects and activities;

(D) $3,054,000 for weather projects and activities;

(E) $9,093,000 for airport technology projects and activities;

(F) $53,554,000 for aircraft safety technology projects and activities;

(G) $38,434,000 for system security technology projects and activities;

(H) $27,808,000 for human factors and aviation medicine projects and activities;

(I) $8,532,000 for environment and energy projects and activities: and

(J) $5,459,000 for innovative/cooperative research projects and activities; (3) for fiscal year 1997—

(A) $13,660,000 for system development and infrastructure projects and activities;

(B) $34,889,000 for capacity and air traffic management technology projects and activities;

(C) $19,000,000 for communications, navigation, and surveillance projects and activities;

(D) $13,000,000 for weather projects and activities;

(E) $5,200,000 for airport technology projects and activities;

(F) $36,504,000 for aircraft safety technology projects and activities;

(G) $57,055,000 for system security technology projects and activities;

(H) $23,504,000 for human factors and aviation medicine projects and activities;

(I) $3,600,000 for environment and energy projects and activities, and

(J) $2,000,000 for innovative/cooperative research projects and activities; (4) for fiscal year 1998, $226,800,000, including

(A) $16,379,000 for system development and infrastructure projects and activities;

(B) $27,089,000 for capacity and air traffic management technology projects and activities;

(C) $23,362,000 for communications, navigation, and surveillance projects and activities;

(D) $16,600,000 for weather projects and activities;

(E) $7,854,000 for airport technology projects and activities;

(F) $49,202,000 for aircraft safety technology projects and activities;

(G) $53,759,000 for system security technology projects and activities;

(H) $26,550,000 for human factors and aviation medicine projects and activities;

(I) $2,891,000 for environment and energy projects and activities; and

(J) $3,114,000 for innovative/cooperative research projects and activities, of which $750,000 shall be for carrying out the grant program established under subsection (h); (5) for fiscal year 1999, $229,673,000; (6) for fiscal year 2000, $224,000,000, including

(A) $17,269,000 for system development and infrastructure projects and activities;

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