Doesn’t federal law require certain design features, such as mandating travel lanes be at least 12 feet wide?
The federal government does not issue road standards. Many communities rely on standards issued by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO). But these standards, contained in A Policy on Geometric Design of Highways and Streets (commonly referred to as the “Green Book”), do not have any requirements that would prevent Complete Streets treatments.
- Does federal law require a person engaged in the business of selling small arms ammunition to be licensed?
- Does an applicant have to travel to Virginia to take the Federal and State Drug Law Examination (FSDLE)?
- Does state law require that home schooled students take certain subjects on specific grade levels?