Burlington International Airport, South Burlington VT; FAA Approval of Noise Compatibility Program

 
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[FR Doc. 2020–21723 Filed 9–30–20; 8:45 am]
BILLING CODE 3290–F0–P
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
Federal Aviation Administration
Burlington International Airport, South
Burlington VT; FAA Approval of Noise
Compatibility Program
AGENCY
: Federal Aviation
Administration, DOT.
ACTION
: Notice.
SUMMARY
: The Federal Aviation
Administration (FAA) announces its
findings on the noise compatibility
program submitted by the City of
Burlington, Vermont under the
provisions of Title I of the Aviation
Safety and Noise Abatement Act of 1979
and FAA regulations. These findings are
made in recognition of the description
of federal and non-federal
responsibilities in Senate Report No.
96–52 (1980). On August 27, 2020, the
Airports Division Manager approved the
Burlington International Airport noise
compatibility program. All of the
proposed program elements were
approved.
DATES
: The date of the FAA’s approval
of the Burlington International Airport
noise compatibility program is August
27, 2020.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT
:
Richard Doucette, Federal Aviation
Administration, New England Region,
Airports Division, 1200 District Avenue,
Burlington, Massachusetts 01803,
Telephone (781) 238–7613, Email:
richard.doucette@faa.gov.
Documents reflecting this FAA action
may be obtained from the same
individual. The Noise Compatibility
Plan and supporting information can
also be found at www.btvsound.com.
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION
: This
notice announces that the FAA has
given its overall approval to the
Burlington International Airport noise
compatibility program, effective August
27, 2020.
Under Section 104 (a) of the Aviation
Safety and Noise Abatement Act of 1979
(hereinafter the Act), an airport operator
who has previously submitted a noise
exposure map may submit to the FAA
a noise compatibility program which
sets forth the measures taken or
proposed by the airport operator for the
reduction of existing non-compatible
land uses and prevention of additional
non-compatible land uses within the
area covered by the noise exposure
maps.
The Act requires such programs to be
developed in consultation with
interested and affected parties including
local communities, government
agencies, airport users, and FAA
personnel.
Each airport noise compatibility
program developed in accordance with
14 CFR part 150 is a local program, not
a federal program. The FAA does not
substitute its judgment for that of the
airport proprietor with respect to which
measures should be recommended for
action. The FAA’s approval or
disapproval of the Part 150 program
recommendations is measured
according to the standards expressed in
Part 150 and the Act, and is limited to
the following determinations:
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(a) The noise compatibility program
was developed in accordance with the
provisions and procedures of FAR Part
150;
(b) Program measures are reasonably
consistent with achieving the goals of
reducing existing non-compatible land
uses around the airport and preventing
the introduction of additional non-
compatible land uses;
(c) Program measures would not
create an undue burden on interstate or
foreign commerce, unjustly discriminate
against types or classes of aeronautical
uses, violate the terms of airport grant
agreements, or intrude into areas
preempted by the federal government;
and
(d) Program measures relating to the
use of flight procedures can be
implemented within the period covered
by the program without derogating
safety, adversely affecting the efficient
use and management of the navigable
airspace and air traffic control systems,
or adversely affecting other powers and
responsibilities of the Administrator as
prescribed by law.
Specific limitations with respect to
FAA’s approval of an airport noise
compatibility program are delineated in
Part 150, Section 150.5. Approval is not
a determination concerning the
acceptability of land uses under Federal,
state, or local law. Approval does not by
itself constitute a FAA implementing
action. A request for Federal action or
approval to implement specific noise
compatibility measures may be
required, and an FAA decision on the
request may require an environmental
assessment of the proposed action.
Approval does not constitute a
commitment by the FAA to financially
assist in the implementation of the
program nor a determination that all
measures covered by the program are
eligible for grant-in-aid funding from the
FAA under the Airport and Airway
Improvement Act of 1982. Where
Federal funding is sought, requests for
project grants must be submitted to the
FAA Regional Office in Burlington,
Massachusetts.
The Burlington International Airport
study contains a proposed noise
compatibility program comprised of
actions designed for implementation by
airport management and adjacent
jurisdictions from the date of study
completion to beyond the year 2011.
The Burlington International Airport,
South Burlington, Vermont requested
that the FAA evaluate and approve this
material as a noise compatibility
program as described in Section 104 (b)
of the Act. The FAA began its review of
the program on April 15, 2020, and was
required by a provision of the Act to
approve or disapprove the program
within 180 days (other than the use of
new flight procedures for noise control).
Failure to approve or disapprove such a
program within the 180-day period shall
be deemed to be an approval of such a
program.
The submitted program contained 9
noise mitigation measures, including 2
to be removed. The FAA completed its
review and determined that the
procedural and substantive
requirements of the Act and Part 150
have been satisfied. The Airports
Division Manager therefore approved
the program effective August 27, 2020.
All 7 recommended measures were
approved, and 2 recommended for
removal were approved for removal.
The new program will de-emphasize
land acquisition in lieu of sound
insulation, as the primary noise
mitigation measure.
FAA’s determinations are set forth in
detail in a Record of Approval endorsed
by the Airports Division Director on
August 27, 2020. The Record of
Approval, as well as other evaluation
materials and the documents
comprising the submittal, are available
for review at the FAA office listed above
and at the administrative offices of
Burlington International Airport, South
Burlington, Vermont.
Issued in Burlington, Massachusetts on
August 27, 2020.
Julie Seltsam-Wilps,
Airports Division Deputy Director, FAA New
England Region.
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DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
Federal Motor Carrier Safety
Administration
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2014–0103; FMCSA–2014–0385; FMCSA–
2015–0329; FMCSA–2016–0002; FMCSA–
2017–0059; FMCSA–2018–0135]
Qualification of Drivers; Exemption
Applications; Hearing
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ACTION
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SUMMARY
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