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Federal Register / Vol. 72, No.

109 / Thursday, June 7, 2007 / Notices 31649

Upgrade security badging system. administration. and at Niagara Falls International


PFC planning and program Brief Description of Project Partially Airport at a $3.00 PFC Level: Purchase
administration. Approved for Collection at BUF and Use snow removal equipment.
Series 1999 debt service—east Brief Description of Disapproved
at BUF at a $3.00 PFC Level:
concourse terminal extension and Project: PFC planning and program
Procurement of security equipment—
apron expansion, and east access administration.
vehicles.
improvements. Determination: The public agency
Design and construction, extension of Determination: Two K–9 vehicles and
a ‘‘captain’s vehicle’’ were found to be included this project as a part of an
runway 14/32. amendment request. However, this
Design and construction, extension, ineligible because the public agency did
not provide documentation that the project was not included in the original
widening, and rehabilitation of decision and a public agency cannot
taxiway D. Transportation Security Administration
had concurred that these vehicles were add a new project by amendment.
Design and construction, overhead Decision Date: May 25, 2007.
canopies for pedestrian walkways. a part of the minimum amount of
equipment needed to meet the approved For Further Information Contact:
Purchase of surface friction testing Larry A’Hearn, New York Airports
equipment. security plan.
District Office, (516) 227–3810.
Internal perimeter road extension. Brief Description of Project Approved
PFC planning and program for Collection at BUF and Use at BUF Amendment to PFC Approvals

Original Amended
Amendment Original Amended
Amendment No. estimated estimated
approved approved net approved net
City, state charge charge
date PFC revenue PFC revenue exp. date exp. date

01–08–C–02–CMX .......................................................................
Hancock, MI ................................................................................. 04/12/07 $254,644 $268,191 10/01/05 10/01/05
04–03–C–01–HGR .......................................................................
Hagerstown, MD .......................................................................... 04/25/07 415,188 108,124 12/01/07 12/01/07
*03–05–C–01–MBS .....................................................................
Saginaw, MI ................................................................................. 04/30/07 1,378,794 1,378,794 08/01/09 04/01/08
99–03–C–01–CIC ........................................................................
Chico, CA ..................................................................................... 05/08/07 89,300 25,000 02/01/01 02/01/01
04–08–C–02–RNO .......................................................................
Reno, NV ..................................................................................... 05/08/07 21,749,000 26,712,865 08/01/07 08/01/07
95–01–C–02–EAU .......................................................................
Eau Claire, WI .............................................................................. 05/08/07 757,028 708,253 09/01/05 01/01/06
05–05–C–02–SJU ........................................................................
San Juan, PR .............................................................................. 05/15/07 334,635,482 352,632,482 05/01/27 11/01/28
96–01–C–02–TRI .........................................................................
Bristol, TN .................................................................................... 05/16/07 5,859,025 5,273,873 11/01/05 11/01/05
97–03–C–01–MSN .......................................................................
Madison, WI ................................................................................. 05/17/07 2,305,000 2,340,000 12/01/99 12/01/99
98–04–C–02–JST ........................................................................
Johnstown, PA ............................................................................. 05/18/07 628,121 496,121 10/01/06 01/01/07
97–03–C–06–DFW ......................................................................
Dallas-Fort Worth, TX .................................................................. 05/18/07 121,412,427 114,679,598 04/01/01 04/01/01
*99–02–C–01–TRI .......................................................................
Bristo, TN ..................................................................................... 05/24/07 5,829,873 5,247,633 08/01/13 03/01/12

Note: The amendments denoted by an DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION is the main travel way for people and
asterisk (*) include a change to the PFC level goods between West Maui and the rest
charged from $3.00 per enplaned passenger Federal Highway Administration of the island.
to $4.50 per enplaned passenger. For
Saginaw, MI and Bristol, TN, this change is Environmental Impact Statement; Maui The EIS will be prepared in
effective on July 1, 2007. County, HI accordance with regulations
implementing the National
Issued in Washington, DC on June 4, 2007. AGENCY: Federal Highway Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), as
Joe Hebert, Administration (FHWA), Hawaii well as provisions of the recently
Department of Transportation (HDOT). enacted Safe, Accountable, Flexible,
Manager, Financial Analysis and Passenger
Facility Charge Branch. ACTION: Notice of Intent. Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A
[FR Doc. 07–2833 Filed 6–6–07; 8:45 am] Legacy of Users (SAFETEA–LU). The
SUMMARY: The Federal Highway purpose of this Notice of intent is to
BILLING CODE 4910–13–M
Administration (FHWA) is issuing this alert interested parties regarding the
notice to advise the public that an plan to prepare the EIS, to provide
Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) information on the nature of the
will be prepared to evaluate alternatives proposed project, to invite participation
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that would improve the roadway in the EIS process, including comments
capacity, safety, and reliability of on the scope of the EIS proposed in this
Honoapiilani Highway between Maalaea
notice, and to announce that a public
and Launiupoko on the west side of the
scoping meeting will be conducted.
island of Maui. This section of highway

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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: through techniques such as consideration in the impact statement,
Written comments on the scope of the channelization, roundabouts, or left turn and (3) establish a plan for coordinating
EIS should be sent to Pat V. Phung, lanes. public and agency participation in and
Transportation Engineer, Federal Other possible improvement comment on the environmental review
Highway Administration, Hawaii alternatives include: (1) A new process.
Division, Box 50206, 300 Ala Moana Kaanapali to Wailuku highway; (2) To comply with these regulations, an
Blvd., Room 3–306, Honolulu, HI 96850, Aerial cable car; (3) Tunnel under the invitation to become a participating
within 30 days of the publication of this Pali; (4) Ocean causeway around the agency, with a scoping information
notice. Pali; (5) Light Rail Transit from Lahaina packet appended, will be extended to
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The to Wailuku; (6) Pave ‘‘Haul Cane Road’’ other government agencies and Native
FHWA, in cooperation with the Hawaii (Industrial Road, or Cane Haul Road;) Hawaiian organizations that may have
Department of Transportation (HDOT), (7) Ferries from Maalaea to either Mala an interest in the proposed project.
will be preparing an Environmental Wharf, Lahaina small boat harbor, or a Community meetings will provide
Impact Statement (EIS) for the new harbor to be constructed at Cut public-friendly and accessible venues
improvement of the 11-mile segment of Mountain; (8) Enhanced bus system; (9) for comments to be accepted regarding
Honoapiilani Highway between Maalaea Realignment included in the County’s alternatives, scope of the EI, and the
and Launiupoko in West Maui. The Pali to Puamana Plan (P2P Plan); (10) purpose and needs to be addressed.
eastern limit of the project is the Alternative alignment proposed in a Community meetings will be held on
privately commissioned study; (11) Maui at times and locations convenient
western terminus of the recent
Elevate and widen road within existing to those that work and live in the
Honoapiilani Highway widening project
ROW; (12) Improve intersections along corridor. Meeting locations will be
near Maalaea. The western limit of the
existing road; (13) Roadway Couplet
project will be southern terminus of the accessible to people with disabilities.
(Westbound: 2 lanes in a mauka
Lahaina Bypass Road, near Launiupoko Input received will be collected and
alignment and Eastbound: 2 lanes on
Wayside Park. Highway improvements documented. In addition to community
existing road); (14) West Maui hotels
may involve improving portions of the meetings and a DEIS public hearing,
provide enhanced shuttle service and
existing highway and/or constructing a small group meetings will be held
car pools for workers; (15) Widen
new highway along a different during the planning and DEIS
existing road to provide for contraflow
alignment. preparatory stages.
operation; and (16) Widen existing road
Purposes and needs for the to provide for high occupancy vehicle A project Task Force will also be
Nonoapiilani Highway Realignment/ (HOV) lanes. formed to help advise HDOT on key
Widening, Maalaea to Launiupoko will The purpose of the EIS process is to aspects of the project such as project
be finalized after the completion of the explore in a pubic setting potentially goals, development and ranking of
scoping process. Project goals may significant effects of implementing the alternatives; construction phasing plan;
involve: (1) Alleviate existing proposed action on the physical, and mitigation measures. Similar to all
congestion; (2) Accommodate future human, and natural environment. Areas community meetings, the Task Force
travel demand; (3) Protect road from of investigation for this project will meetings will be open to the public,
shoreline erosion; (4) Complement land include but not be limited to cultural accessible to people with disabilities,
use and preservation plans; (5) Improve resources, archaeological resources, and held on Maui at times and locations
reliability of access to and from West biological resources, social impact, convenient to those that live and work
Maui; (6) Enhance pedestrian and engineering feasibility, schedule, cost- in the corridor.
vehicular mauka/makai movements; (7) benefit analysis, land use pattern, (Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance
Provide consistent roadway system shoreline access, residential Program Number 20.205, Highway Planning
linkages; (8) Enhance modal displacements, impacts on existing and Construction. The regulations
interrelationships and non-vehicular businesses, air quality, noise and implementing Executive Order 12372
modes of travel; (9) Improve public vibration, and ease of implementation. regarding intergovernmental consultation on
safety for emergencies; and (10) Improve Measures to avoid, minimize, or Federal programs and activities apply to this
substandard road elements. These program.)
mitigate any significant adverse impacts
project purposes may be modified will be identified. The documents that Issued on: May 30, 2007.
through the planning process. will be produced include an Abraham Wong,
The NEPA scoping process being Alternatives Analysis Report (AA), Draft Federal Highway Administration, Hawaii
initiated by the publication of this NOI and Final Environmental Impact Division, HOnolulu, Hawaii.
is intended to generate a full range of Statement (DEIS and FEIS), and the [FR Doc. 07–2814 Filed 6–6–07; 8:45 am]
project alternatives for subsequent Record of Decision (ROD). BILLING CODE 4910–22–M
evaluation. The No Build alternative Regulations implementing NEPA, as
would leave Honoapiilani Highway in well as provisions of SAFETEA–LU, call
its current condition except for possible for public involvement in the EIS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
short-term and minor activities, such as process. Section 6002 of SAFETEA–LU
safety upgrades and maintenance. A requires that FHWA and HDOT do the Maritime Administration
Transportation System Management following: (1) Extend an invitation to
(TSM) alternative may include elements other government agencies and Native [Docket No. MARAD–2007–28333]
such as restriping the roadway, Hawaiian organizations that may have
enhancing transit service, establishing an interest in the proposed project to Requested Administrative Waiver of
contra-flow lanes, widening the become ‘‘participating agencies,’’ (2) the Coastwise Trade Laws
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roadway in place and/or raising the provide an opportunity for involvement


roadbed in areas of high shoreline by participating agencies and the public AGENCY: Maritime Administration,
hazard. The TSM alternative could also in helping to define the purpose and Department of Transportation.
include establishing and improving need for this proposed project, as well ACTION: Invitation for public comments
intersections along the existing roadway as the range of alternatives for on a requested administrative waiver of

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