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The list of location identified to receive ILS and MLS is as follows:
PAA's list of 172 locations which will receive MLS follows. The list is in installation order in accordance with FAA's hub/spoke network scheme. Two locations, Number 97 Carins, Alabama, and number 98 Troy, Alabama, are funded by the DOD. They must be identified because of a contractural requirement to install the systems in clusters of no less than 4 or greater that 7 in a hub/spoke. The three locations which are reserved, Numbers 168, 169, 173, are locations reserved for clusters in that area. The list has undergone a review and we anticipate changes. We will coordinate any changes with you and seek your concurrence.
i NY Buffalo 2 MA Boston 3 MA Boston 4 NH Aonia 5 MA Pittsfield 6 MA Bedford 7 Hayden 8 Alamosa 9 O Denver 10 Denver l IN Indianapolis 12 IL Chicago 13
IN Indianapolis 14 MI Detroit 15 TX Dallas 16 AR Fayetteville 17 AR Little Rock 18 AR Ft Smith 19 OK Academy 20 OK Depot 21 VA Washington 22
VA Washington 23 NY New York
29 28 20 35L 17R 28 14R 04L 03L 17R 16 22L 07
33 36 22
04L 04L Hp 19
06R 24R 07 26R 28R 18 21 27 llL 23 33L 15R
24 NY New York
Kennedy 25 NJ Newark
Int'l 26 LA New Orleans Heliport 27 LA New Orleans Moisant Int'l LA Shreveport
Regional 29 LA Patterson
H.P. Williams 30 LA Houma
Terrebonne 31 TX Houston
D.W. Hooks 32 AK Juneau
Int'l 33 AK Sitka
Int'l 34 AK Ketchikan
Int'l 35 AK Petersburg Petersburg 36 AK Wrangle
Wrangle 37 AK Yakuatat
Yakuatat 38 AK Cordova
Cordova 39 AR Anchorage Int'l 40 CA Los Angeles Int'l 41 CA Burbank
BJR 42 AZ Phoenix
Int'l CA San Francisco Int'l 44 N Ely
Yelland 45 CA Point Mugu NAS 46 CA San Diego Lindburg 47 AZ Tuscon
Int'l 48 VA Roanoke
Mini 49 MA Boston
Logan 50 MA Boston
Logan 51 VT Burlington Int'l 52 VT Rutland
State 53 VT Springfield State 54 ME Portland
Int'l 55 ME Bangor
Int'l 56 MY New York
La Guardia 57 NY New York
Kennedy 58 NY Syracuse
Hancock Int'l 59 NY New York
Kennedy 60 PA Philadelphia Int'l 61 VA Washington National 62 MD Baltimore Friendship 63 PA Philadelphia Int'l 64
PA Philadelphia Int'l 65 MI Lansing
City 66 IL Chicago
O'Hare 67 MN Minneapolis Int'l 68 OH Cleveland Hopkins 69 MI Grand Rapids Int'l 70 IL Chicago
O'Hare 71 CA Santa Ana Wayne Field 72 Montrose
Airport 73 Rifle
Garfield 74 CA Los Angeles. Int'l 75 CA Los Angeles Int'l 76 CA San Jose
Muni CA San Francisco Int'l 78 CA Los Angeles Int'l 79 Grand Junction Walker Fld. 80 @ Gunnison
County 81 WA Spokane
19 05 11 33 13 22L
04R 09R 18 10 17 9L 27L 32L 29L 05R 26L 27L 19R 12 26 06L 06R 30L 19L 24L il
21 21R 32 21R
19R 04 19 06 09R 27L 36L 36 19 03 06 Funded by DOD 07 Funded by DOD 03 27 05 14L 06 23 05R 02 04 13L 15R 05 28 23 05 23 15 25R 16L 34L 35 17 08R
33 10R 07 08R 28 13R 16R 16R 34R 10R 20 34L 31R
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140 PA Philadelphia 1A1 W Clarksburg 142 PA Philadelphia 143 MD Andrews 144 MD Andrews 145 NY Binghamton 146 NY Syracuse 147 CA Los Angeles 148 CA San Jose 149 NV Elko 150 WY Sheridan 151 CA San Diego 152 CA San Jose 153 CA Long Beach 154 CA Ontario 155 AZ Yuma 156 PA Wilkes Barre 157 NY Rochester 158 PA Pittsburgh 159 NY Albany 160 PA Erie 161 PA Lancaster 162 CA Los Angeles 163 CA Los Angeles 164 CA San Diego 165 CA Carlsbad 166 CA Santa Maria 167 W Reno 168 WP RESERVED 169 WP RESERVED 170 AK Galena 171 AK Fort Yukon 172 PA Middletown 173 AK RESERVED 174 SC Charleston 175 AL Birmingham 176 SC Columbia 177 GA Savannah
Senator ANDREWS. We appreciate your being here and your usual candid way of responding to our questions. We also appreciate the fact that when you have got a problem, you handle it within appropriated funds and you live within that appropriation.
The subcommittee will now stand in recess until Thursday, April 4 at
(Whereupon, at 11:35 a.m., Wednesday, April 3, the subcommittee was recessed, to reconvene at 10 a.m., Thursday, April 4.)
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND RE
LATED AGENCIES APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1986
THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1985
Washington, DC. The subcommittee met at 10:15 a.m., in room SD-138, Dirksen Senate Office Building, Hon. Mark Andrews (chairman) presiding.
Present: Senators Andrews, Abdnor, Kasten, and Lautenberg.
U.S. RAILWAY ASSOCIATION
STATEMENT OF STEPHEN BERGER, CHAIRMAN
Senator ANDREWS. The subcommittee will come to order
This morning we will follow a usual committee procedure of convening a panel to discuss Conrail issues, particularly the ramifications of the proposed sale. Mr. Stanley Crane, Conrail; Mr. Steve Berger, U.S. Railway Association (USRA); and Deputy Secretary Jim Burnley,
( Department of Transportation, will be our witnesses.
I would like to add one more thing that concerns us. The Department of Transportation proposes to eliminate Amtrak and to fast track the abolition of essential air service which we put in after we deregulated, because so many towns are not served. We cut almost 75 percent from the UMTA budget.
Given this proposed wholesale abandonment of federally supported transportation services, maybe to the States, maybe to the private sector, but more likely to oblivion, as it looks now, I would like to find out if for 1 minute the impact on the freedom of movement for the old, the very young, the handicapped, and those living on fixed incomes, and those living in the rural areas of this Nation was even considered.
As I see it, you are guaranteeing that unless such groups of individuals have cars or some access to automobile transportation, their freedom of movement will be restricted, or in some cases eliminated, simply because of geography, economics, handicaps, and the like.
While these drastic cutbacks might prove an economic windfall for automakers and highway construction companies, they are hardly in the best interests of the citizens of this Nation, for such a policy is neither just nor equitable nor even rational.