3. An admission that the provisional use of the tracks is conditional on the proponent continuing to fulfil the responsibilities covered by paragraph (a) of paragraph 2 of this section, subject to possible re-enactment and reactivation of the right of priority for rail transport. The statement is to take the following form: ELDON, Mo., December 17, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Today, Rock Island Trail supporters welcomed the signing of an interim trail use agreement between the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and the Missouri Central Railroad Company, a subsidiary of Ameren Missouri. The agreement, announced at an event at Eldon`s Rock Island City Park, represents an important historic milestone in years of efforts to secure the 144-mile Rock Island Railroad corridor between Windsor and Beaufort, Missouri. (iii) recognition that intermediate use of the tracks is subject to possible reconstruction and reactivation of the right of priority for rail transport. McTD/INHF misinterpret Birt. The Birt court found that the predecessor of the board of directors, the Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC), at its sole discretion 16 United States. C 1247 d) to allow it to grant reasonable extensions of the negotiation period of the Trails Act. See 90 F.3d under 588-89. This participation is in full compliance with the House`s finding in the final rule here. There is nothing in Birt or in THE other comments of MCTD/INHF to support the proposition that the Board should not impose reasonable restrictions on the number of extensions it grants. As noted above, agencies have the power to change the rules of procedure “when the courtrooms require it.” See Neighborhood TV, 742 F.2d to 636. Here, as noted above, the adoption of a start-print page 66324regel setting an initial bargaining period of one year, allowing for three one-year extensions and authorizing additional one-year extensions in exceptional circumstances, is appropriate and strikes a fair balance between the interests of landowners, trail, railway and agency supporters.
The final rule will improve the efficiency, clarity and finalization of the Trails Act, reduce costs to the parties, preserve board resources and provide greater overall security, while providing rail and potential sponsors with an appropriate period (at least four years) to negotiate voluntary agreements for interim use/rail banking.  (ii) A declaration of willingness to assume financial responsibility for the new trail user.