Part 1 Transportation Fund and Highway Finances


-2-121.1 Highway Projects Within Counties Fund -- Accounting for revenues -- Interest -- Expenditure of revenues



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72-2-121.1 Highway Projects Within Counties Fund -- Accounting for revenues -- Interest -- Expenditure of revenues.

(1) There is created a special revenue fund within the Transportation Fund known as the “Highway Projects Within Counties Fund.”

(2) The Highway Projects Within Counties Fund shall be funded by revenues generated by a tax imposed by a county under Section 59-12-2216, if those revenues are allocated:

(a) for a purpose described in Subsection 59-12-2216(2)(c); and

(b) in accordance with Section 59-12-2216.

(3) The department shall make a separate accounting for:

(a) the revenues described in Subsection (2); and

(b) each county for which revenues are deposited into the Highway Projects Within Counties Fund.

(4)

(a) The Highway Projects Within Counties Fund shall earn interest.

(b) The department shall allocate the interest earned on the Highway Projects Within Counties Fund:

(i) proportionately;

(ii) to each county’s balance in the Highway Projects Within Counties Fund; and

(iii) on the basis of each county’s balance in the Highway Projects Within Counties Fund.

(5) The department shall expend the revenues and interest deposited into the Highway Projects Within Counties Fund to pay:

(a) for a state highway project within the county:

(i) described in Subsection 59-12-2216(2)(c)(i); and

(ii) for which the requirements of Subsection 59-12-2216(6) are met;

(b) debt service on a project described in Subsection (5)(a); or

(c) bond issuance costs related to a project described in Subsection (5)(a).


Amended by Chapter 263, 2010 General Session
Amended by Chapter 278, 2010 General Session



72-2-121.2 Definition -- County of the Second Class State Highway Projects Fund -- Use of fund money.

(1) As used in this section, “fund” means the County of the Second Class State Highway Projects Fund created by this section.

(2) There is created within the Transportation Fund a special revenue fund known as the County of the Second Class State Highway Projects Fund.

(3) The fund shall be funded by money collected from:

(a) any voluntary contributions the department receives for new construction, major renovations, and improvements to state highways within a county of the second class; and

(b) sales and use taxes deposited into the fund in accordance with Section 59-12-2218.

(4) The department shall make a separate accounting for:

(a) the revenues described in Subsection (3); and

(b) each county of the second class or city or town within a county of the second class for which revenues are deposited into the fund.

(5)

(a) The fund shall earn interest.

(b) Interest earned on fund money shall be deposited into the fund.

(6) Subject to Subsection (9), the executive director may use fund money only:

(a) for right-of-way acquisition, new construction, major renovations, and improvements to state highways within a county of the second class or a city or town within a county of the second class in an amount that does not exceed the amounts deposited for or allocated to that county of the second class or city or town within a county of the second class in accordance with this section;

(b) to pay any debt service and bond issuance costs related to a purpose described in Subsection (6)(a) in an amount that does not exceed the amounts deposited for or allocated to that county of the second class or city or town within a county of the second class described in Subsection (6)(a) in accordance with this section; and

(c) to pay the costs of the department to administer the fund in an amount not to exceed interest earned by the fund money.

(7) If interest remains in the fund after the executive director pays the costs of the department to administer the fund, the interest shall be:

(a) allocated to each county of the second class or city or town within a county of the second class for which revenues are deposited into the fund in proportion to the deposits made into the fund for that county of the second class or city or town within a county of the second class; and

(b) expended for the purposes described in Subsection (6).

(8) Revenues described in Subsection (3)(b) that are deposited into the fund are considered to be a local matching contribution for the purposes described in Section 72-2-123.

(9)

(a) The executive director shall, in using fund money, ensure to the extent possible that the fund money deposited for or allocated to a city or town is used:

(i) for a purpose described in Subsection (6)(a) within the city or town to which the fund money is allocated;

(ii) to pay debt service and bond issuance costs described in Subsection (6)(b) if the debt service and bond issuance costs are:

(A) secured by money deposited for or allocated to the city or town; and

(B) related to a project described in Subsection (6)(a) within the city or town to which the fund money is allocated; or

(iii) for a purpose described in Subsection (6)(c).

(b) In accordance with Title 63G, Chapter 3, Utah Administrative Rulemaking Act, the department may make rules to implement the requirements of Subsection (9)(a).


Amended by Chapter 342, 2011 General Session



72-2-121.3 Special revenue fund -- 2010 Salt Lake County Revenue Bond Sinking Fund.

(1) There is created a special revenue fund within the County of the First Class Highway Projects Fund entitled “2010 Salt Lake County Revenue Bond Sinking Fund.”

(2) The fund consists of:

(a) money transferred into the fund from the County of the First Class Highway Projects Fund in accordance with Subsection 72-2-121(4)(e); and

(b) for a fiscal year beginning on or after July 1, 2013, money transferred into the fund from the Transportation Investment Fund of 2005 in accordance with Subsection 72-2-124(4)(a)(iv).

(3)

(a) The fund shall earn interest.

(b) All interest earned on fund money shall be deposited into the fund.

(4)

(a) The director of the Division of Finance may use fund money only as provided in this section.

(b) The director of the Division of Finance may not distribute any money from the fund under this section until the director has received a formal opinion from the attorney general that Salt Lake County has entered into a binding agreement with the state of Utah containing all of the terms required by Section 72-2-121.4.

(c) Except as provided in Subsection (4)(b), and until the bonds issued by Salt Lake County as provided in the interlocal agreement required by Section 72-2-121.4 are paid off, on July 1 of each year beginning July 1, 2011, the director of the Division of Finance shall transfer from the County of the First Class Highway Projects Fund and the Transportation Investment Fund of 2005 to the 2010 Salt Lake County Revenue Bond Sinking Fund the amount certified by Salt Lake County that is necessary to pay:

(i) up to two times the debt service requirement necessary to pay debt service on the revenue bonds issued by Salt Lake County for that fiscal year; and

(ii) any additional amounts necessary to pay costs of issuance, pay capitalized interest, and fund any debt service reserve requirements.

(d) Except as provided in Subsection (4)(b), and until the bonds issued by Salt Lake County as provided in the interlocal agreement required by Section 72-2-121.4 are paid off, the director of the Division of Finance shall, upon request from Salt Lake County, transfer to Salt Lake County or its designee from the 2010 Salt Lake County Revenue Bond Sinking Fund the amount certified by Salt Lake County as necessary to pay:

(i) the debt service on the revenue bonds issued by Salt Lake County as provided in the interlocal agreement required by Section 72-2-121.4; and

(ii) any additional amounts necessary to pay costs of issuance, pay capitalized interest, and fund any debt service reserve requirements.

(5) Any money remaining in the 2010 Salt Lake County Revenue Bond Sinking Fund at the end of the fiscal year lapses to the County of the First Class Highway Projects Fund.


Amended by Chapter 421, 2015 General Session



72-2-121.4 2010 interlocal agreement governing state highway projects in Salt Lake County.

(1) Under the direction of the attorney general, the state of Utah and Salt Lake County may enter into an interlocal agreement that includes, at minimum, the provisions specified in this section.

(2) The attorney general shall ensure that, in the agreement, Salt Lake County covenants to:

(a) issue revenue bonds in an amount generating proceeds of at least $77,000,000, together with additional amounts necessary to pay costs of issuance, pay capitalized interest, and fund any debt service reserve requirements, and secured by revenues received from the state of Utah under Section 72-2-121.3;

(b) transfer at least $68,500,000 to the Department of Transportation to be used for state highway projects in Salt Lake County as provided in the interlocal agreement; and

(c) use or transfer to a municipality to use $8,500,000 to pay all or part of the costs of the following highway construction projects in Salt Lake County in the following amounts:

(i) $2,000,000 to Salt Lake County for 2300 East in Salt Lake County;

(ii) $3,500,000 to Salt Lake City for North Temple;

(iii) $1,500,000 to Murray City for 4800 South; and

(iv) $1,500,000 to Riverton City for 13400 South -- 4000 West to 4570 West.

(3) The attorney general shall ensure that, in the agreement, the state of Utah covenants to:

(a) use the money transferred by Salt Lake County under Subsection (2)(b) to pay all or part of the costs of the following state highway construction or reconstruction projects within Salt Lake County:

(i) 5400 South -- Bangerter Highway to 4000 West;

(ii) Bangerter Highway at SR-201;

(iii) 12300 South at State Street;

(iv) Bangerter Highway at 6200 South;

(v) Bangerter Highway at 7000 South;

(vi) Bangerter Highway at 3100 South;

(vii) 5400 South -- 4000 West to past 4800 West;

(viii) 9400 South and Wasatch Boulevard; and

(ix) I-215 West Interchange -- 3500 South to 3800 South and ramp work;

(b) widen and improve US-89 between 7200 South and 9000 South with available highway funding identified by the commission; and

(c) transfer to Salt Lake County or its designee from the 2010 Salt Lake County Revenue Bond Sinking Fund the amount certified by Salt Lake County as necessary to pay:

(i) the debt service on the revenue bonds issued by Salt Lake County; and

(ii) any additional amounts necessary to pay costs of issuance, pay capitalized interest, and fund any debt service reserve requirements.

(4) The costs under Subsections (2)(c) and (3)(a) may include the cost of acquiring land, interests in land, easements and rights-of-way, improving sites, and making all improvements necessary, incidental, or convenient to the facilities and all related engineering, architectural, and legal fees.

(5) In preparing the agreement required by this section, the attorney general and Salt Lake County shall:

(a) review each existing interlocal agreement with Salt Lake County concerning Salt Lake County revenues received by the state for state highway projects within Salt Lake County; and

(b) as necessary, modify those agreements or draft a new interlocal agreement encompassing all of the provisions necessary to reflect the state of Utah’s and Salt Lake County’s obligations for those revenues and projects.

(6) If project savings are identified by the Department of Transportation from the funds provided to the Department of Transportation as described in Subsection (2)(b) and if the use of funds is not in violation of any agreement, the Department of Transportation shall provide $1,000,000 of the funds described in Subsection (2)(b) to Draper City to pay for highway improvements to 13490 South.

(7) If project savings are identified from the funds provided to the Department of Transportation as described in Subsection (2)(b) and if the use of funds is not in violation of any agreement, the Department of Transportation shall provide $3,000,000 of the funds described in Subsection (2)(b) and from funds in the County of the First Class Highway Projects Fund created by Section 72-2-121 to fund the following highway projects:

(a) $2,000,000 to West Valley City to pay for highway improvements to SR-201 Frontage Road at Bangerter Highway and associated roads to ease traffic flow onto Bangerter Highway between SR-201 and Lake Park Boulevard; and

(b) $1,000,000 to West Valley City for improvements to SR-201 Frontage Road at 7200 West.

(8) If project savings are identified by the Department of Transportation from the funds provided to the Department of Transportation as described in Subsection (2)(b) and if the use of funds is not in violation of any agreement, the Department of Transportation shall provide $1,100,000 of the funds described in Subsection (2)(b) and from funds in the County of the First Class Highway Projects Fund created by Section 72-2-121 to West Jordan City for highway improvements on 4000 West from 7800 South to Old Bingham Highway.

(9) If project savings are identified by the Department of Transportation from the funds provided to the Department of Transportation as described in Subsection (2)(b) and if the use of funds is not in violation of any agreement, the Department of Transportation shall provide $1,000,000 of the funds described in Subsection (2)(b) and from funds in the County of the First Class Highway Projects Fund created by Section 72-2-121 to Midvale City to fund the following highway projects:

(a) $500,000 to Midvale City for improvements to Union Park Avenue from I-215 exit south to Creek Road and Wasatch Boulevard; and

(b) $500,000 to Midvale City for improvements to 7200 South from I-15 to 700 West.

(10)

(a)

(i) Before providing funds to a municipality or county under Subsections (7), (8), and (9), the Department of Transportation shall obtain from the municipality or county:

(A) a written certification signed by the county or city mayor or the mayor’s designee certifying that the municipality or county will use the funds provided under Subsections (7), (8), and (9) solely for the projects described in Subsections (7), (8), and (9); and

(B) other documents necessary to protect the state and the bondholders and to ensure that all legal requirements are met.

(ii) Except as provided in Subsection (10)(b), by January 1 of each year, the municipality or county receiving funds described in Subsections (7), (8), and (9) shall submit to the Department of Transportation a statement of cash flow for the current fiscal year detailing the funds necessary to pay project costs for the projects described in Subsections (7), (8), and (9).

(iii) Except as provided in Subsection (10)(b), after receiving the statement required under Subsection (10)(a)(ii) and after July 1, the Department of Transportation shall provide funds to the municipality or county necessary to pay project costs for the current fiscal year based upon the statement of cash flow submitted by the municipality or county.

(iv) Upon the financial close of each project described in Subsections (7), (8), and (9), the municipality or county receiving funds under Subsections (7), (8), and (9) shall submit a statement to the Department of Transportation detailing the expenditure of funds received for each project.

(b) For calendar year 2012 only:

(i) the municipality or county shall submit to the Department of Transportation a statement of cash flow as provided in Subsection (10)(a)(ii) as soon as possible; and

(ii) the Department of Transportation shall provide funds to the municipality or county necessary to pay project costs based upon the statement of cash flow.

(c) The commission or the state treasurer may make any statement of intent relating to a reimbursement under this Subsection (10) that is necessary or desirable to comply with federal tax law.


Amended by Chapter 421, 2015 General Session



72-2-123 Rules adopting guidelines -- Partnering to finance state highway capacity improvements -- Partnering proposals.

(1) In accordance with Title 63G, Chapter 3, Utah Administrative Rulemaking Act, the commission, in consultation with representatives of local government, shall make rules adopting guidelines for partnering with counties and municipalities for their help to finance state highway improvement projects through:

(a) local matching dollars; or

(b) other local participation methods.

(2) The guidelines shall encourage partnering to help finance state highway improvement projects and provide for:

(a) consideration of factors relevant to a decision to make a program adjustment including the potential to:

(i) extend department resources to other needed projects;

(ii) alleviate significant existing or future congestion or hazards to the traveling public; and

(iii) address a need that is widely recognized by the public, elected officials, and transportation planners;

(b) a process for submitting, evaluating, and hearing partnering proposals; and

(c) keeping a public record of each proposal from initial submission to final disposition.

(3) The commission shall submit the proposed rules under this section to a committee or task force designated by the Legislative Management Committee for review prior to taking final action on the proposed rules or any proposed amendment to the rules.


Amended by Chapter 382, 2008 General Session



72-2-124 Transportation Investment Fund of 2005.

(1) There is created a capital projects fund entitled the Transportation Investment Fund of 2005.

(2) The fund consists of money generated from the following sources:

(a) any voluntary contributions received for the maintenance, construction, reconstruction, or renovation of state and federal highways;

(b) appropriations made to the fund by the Legislature;

(c) the sales and use tax revenues deposited into the fund in accordance with Section 59-12-103; and

(d) registration fees designated under Section 41-1a-1201.

(3)

(a) The fund shall earn interest.

(b) All interest earned on fund money shall be deposited into the fund.

(4)

(a) Except as provided in Subsection (4)(b), the executive director may use fund money only to pay:

(i) the costs of maintenance, construction, reconstruction, or renovation to state and federal highways prioritized by the Transportation Commission through the prioritization process for new transportation capacity projects adopted under Section 72-1-304;

(ii) the costs of maintenance, construction, reconstruction, or renovation to the highway projects described in Subsections 63B-18-401(2), (3), and (4);

(iii) principal, interest, and issuance costs of bonds authorized by Section 63B-18-401 minus the costs paid from the County of the First Class Highway Projects Fund in accordance with Subsection 72-2-121(4)(f);

(iv) for a fiscal year beginning on or after July 1, 2013, to transfer to the 2010 Salt Lake County Revenue Bond Sinking Fund created by Section 72-2-121.3 the amount certified by Salt Lake County in accordance with Subsection 72-2-121.3(4)(c) as necessary to pay the debt service on $30,000,000 of the revenue bonds issued by Salt Lake County;

(v) principal, interest, and issuance costs of bonds authorized by Section 63B-16-101 for projects prioritized in accordance with Section 72-2-125;

(vi) all highway general obligation bonds that are intended to be paid from revenues in the Centennial Highway Fund created by Section 72-2-118; and

(vii) for fiscal year 2015-16 only, to transfer $25,000,000 to the County of the First Class Highway Projects Fund created in Section 72-2-121 to be used for the purposes described in Section 72-2-121.

(b) The executive director may use fund money to exchange for an equal or greater amount of federal transportation funds to be used as provided in Subsection (4)(a).

(5)

(a) Before bonds authorized by Section 63B-18-401 may be issued in any fiscal year, the department and the commission shall appear before the Executive Appropriations Committee of the Legislature and present the amount of bond proceeds that the department needs to provide funding for the projects identified in Subsections 63B-18-401(2), (3), and (4) for the next fiscal year.

(b) The Executive Appropriations Committee of the Legislature shall review and comment on the amount of bond proceeds needed to fund the projects.

(6) The Division of Finance shall, from money deposited into the fund, transfer the amount of funds necessary to pay principal, interest, and issuance costs of bonds authorized by Section 63B-18-401 in the current fiscal year to the appropriate debt service or sinking fund.

(7)

(a) The commission shall develop prior to June 30, 2015, a funding plan and identify a highway construction program using the prioritization process for new transportation capacity projects adopted under Section 72-1-304 that meets long-term transportation needs beyond the normal four year programming horizon.

(b) The commission shall report the plan and program established under Subsection (7)(a) to the Transportation Interim Committee of the Legislature by no later than September 30, 2015.


Amended by Chapter 421, 2015 General Session



72-2-125 Critical Highway Needs Fund.

(1) There is created a capital projects fund within the Transportation Investment Fund of 2005 known as the “Critical Highway Needs Fund.”

(2) The fund consists of money generated from the following sources:

(a) any voluntary contributions received for the maintenance, construction, reconstruction, or renovation of state and federal highways; and

(b) appropriations made to the fund by the Legislature.

(3)

(a) The fund shall earn interest.

(b) Interest on fund money shall be deposited into the fund.

(4)

(a) The executive director shall use money deposited into the fund to pay the costs of right-of-way acquisition, maintenance, construction, reconstruction, or renovation to state and federal highways identified by the department and prioritized by the commission in accordance with this Subsection (4).

(b)

(i) The department shall:

(A) establish a complete list of projects to be maintained, constructed, reconstructed, or renovated using the funding described in Subsection (4)(a) based on the following criteria:

(I) the highway construction project is a high priority project due to high growth in the surrounding area;

(II) the highway construction project addresses critical access needs that have a high impact due to commercial and energy development;

(III) the highway construction project mitigates congestion;

(IV) whether local matching funds are available for the highway construction project; and

(V) the highway construction project is a critical alternative route for priority Interstate 15 reconstruction projects; and

(B) submit the list of projects to the commission for prioritization in accordance with Subsection (4)(c).

(ii) A project that is included in the list under this Subsection (4):

(A) is not required to be currently listed in the statewide long-range plan; and

(B) is not required to be prioritized through the prioritization process for new transportation capacity projects adopted under Section 72-1-304.

(c)

(i) The commission shall prioritize the project list submitted by the department in accordance with Subsection (4)(b).

(ii) For projects prioritized under this Subsection (4)(c), the commission shall give priority consideration to fully funding a project that meets the criteria under Subsection (4)(b)(i)(A)(V).

(d)

(i) Expenditures of bond proceeds issued in accordance with Section 63B-16-101 by the department for the construction of highway projects prioritized under this Subsection (4) may not exceed $1,200,000,000.

(ii) Money expended from the fund for principal, interest, and issuance costs of bonds issued under Section 63B-16-101 is not considered an expenditure for purposes of the $1,200,000,000 cap under Subsection (4)(d)(i).

(e)

(i) Before bonds authorized by Section 63B-16-101 may be issued in any fiscal year, the department and the commission shall appear before the Executive Appropriations Committee of the Legislature and present:

(A) the commission’s current list of projects established and prioritized in accordance with this Subsection (4); and

(B) the amount of bond proceeds that the department needs to provide funding for projects on the project list prioritized in accordance with this Subsection (4) for the next fiscal year.

(ii) The Executive Appropriations Committee of the Legislature shall review and comment on the prioritized project list and the amount of bond proceeds needed to fund the projects on the prioritized list.

(f) The Division of Finance shall, from money deposited into the fund, transfer the amount of funds necessary to pay principal, interest, and issuance costs of bonds authorized by Section 63B-16-101 in the current fiscal year to the appropriate debt service or sinking fund.

(5) When the general obligation bonds authorized by Section 63B-16-101 have been paid off and the highway projects completed that are included in the prioritized project list under Subsection (4), the Division of Finance shall transfer any existing balance in the fund into the Transportation Investment Fund of 2005 created by Section 72-2-124.

(6)

(a) The Division of Finance shall monitor the general obligation bonds authorized by Section 63B-16-101.

(b) The department shall monitor the highway construction or reconstruction projects that are included in the prioritized project list under Subsection (4).

(c) Upon request by the Executive Appropriations Committee of the Legislature:

(i) the Division of Finance shall report to the committee the status of all general obligation bonds issued under Section 63B-16-101; and

(ii) the department shall report to the committee the status of all highway construction or reconstruction projects that are included in the prioritized project list under Subsection (4).

(d) When the Division of Finance has reported that the general obligation bonds issued by Section 63B-16-101 have been paid off and the department has reported that projects included in the prioritized project list are complete to the Executive Appropriations Committee of the Legislature, the Division of Finance shall transfer any existing fund balance in accordance with Subsection (5).

(7)

(a) Unless prioritized and approved by the Transportation Commission, the department may not delay a project prioritized under this section to a different fiscal year than programmed by the commission due to an unavoidable shortfall in revenues if:

(i) the prioritized project was funded by the Legislature in an appropriations act; or

(ii) general obligation bond proceeds have been issued for the project in the current fiscal year.

(b) For projects identified under Subsection (7)(a), the commission shall prioritize and approve any project delays for projects prioritized under this section due to an unavoidable shortfall in revenues if:

(i) the prioritized project was funded by the Legislature in an appropriations act; or

(ii) general obligation bond proceeds have been issued for the project in the current fiscal year.


Amended by Chapter 400, 2013 General Session



72-2-126 Aeronautics Restricted Account.

(1) There is created a restricted account entitled the Aeronautics Restricted Account within the Transportation Fund.

(2) The account consists of money generated from the following revenue sources:

(a) aviation fuel tax allocated for aeronautical operations deposited into the account in accordance with Section 59-13-402;

(b) aircraft registration fees deposited into the account in accordance with Section 72-10-110;

(c) appropriations made to the account by the Legislature;

(d) contributions from other public and private sources for deposit into the account; and

(e) interest earned on account money.

(3) The department shall allocate funds in the account to the separate accounts of individual airports as required under Section 59-13-402.

(4) The department shall use funds in the account for:

(a) the construction, improvement, operation, and maintenance of publicly used airports in this state;

(b) the payment of principal and interest on indebtedness incurred for the purposes described in Subsection (4)(a);

(c) operation of the division of aeronautics;

(d) the promotion of aeronautics in this state;

(e) the payment of the costs and expenses of the Department of Transportation in administering Title 59, Chapter 13, Part 4, Aviation Fuel Tax, or other law conferring upon it the duty of regulating and supervising aeronautics in this state; and

(f) the support of aerial search and rescue operations.

(5)

(a) Money in the account may not be used by the department for the purchase of aircraft for purposes other than those described in Subsections (4)(a) through (f).

(b) Money in the account may not be used to provide or subsidize direct operating costs of travel for purposes other than those described in Subsections (4)(a) through (f).


Enacted by Chapter 358, 2009 General Session



72-2-127 Share the Road Bicycle Support Restricted Account.

(1) There is created in the General Fund the Share the Road Bicycle Support Restricted Account.

(2) The account shall be funded by:

(a) contributions deposited into the account in accordance with Section 41-1a-422;

(b) appropriations to the account by the Legislature;

(c) private contributions; and

(d) donations or grants from public or private entities.

(3) The Legislature shall appropriate funds in the account to the department.

(4) The department may expend up to 5% of the money appropriated under Subsection (3) to administer account distributions in accordance with Subsections (5) and (6).

(5) The department shall distribute contributions in the account to one or more charitable organizations that:

(a) are exempt from federal income taxation under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code;

(b) have as part of their primary mission the promotion and education of:

(i) safe bicycle operation;

(ii) safe motor vehicle operation around bicycles; and

(iii) healthy lifestyles; and

(c) contribute to the start-up fee for the production and administrative costs for providing a Share the Road Bicycle Support special group license plate in accordance with Subsection 41-1a-418(2)(a).

(6)

(a) An organization described in Subsection (5) may apply to the department to receive a distribution in accordance with Subsection (5).

(b) An organization that receives a distribution from the department in accordance with Subsection (5) shall expend the distribution only to:

(i) pay the costs of reordering Share the Road Bicycle Support special group license plate decals;

(ii) produce and distribute materials to educate:

(A) bicyclists and motorists about safe bicycling, sharing the road, and obeying the law in Utah; and

(B) the public on healthy lifestyles;

(iii) participate in transportation planning that provides accommodations for safe bicycling;

(iv) promote a network of safe bicycling routes throughout the state; and

(v) provide other programs that promote bicycle safety.

(c) In accordance with Title 63G, Chapter 3, Utah Administrative Rulemaking Act, the department may make rules providing procedures and requirements for an organization to apply to the department to receive a distribution under Subsection (5).


Enacted by Chapter 380, 2009 General Session







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