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2020 Florida Statutes
System facilities designated; additions and deletions.
System facilities designated; additions and deletions.
339.63 System facilities designated; additions and deletions.—
(1) The initial Strategic Intermodal System shall include all facilities that meet the criteria recommended by the Strategic Intermodal Steering Committee in a report titled “Steering Committee Final Report: Recommendations for Designating Florida’s Strategic Intermodal System” dated December 2002.
(2) The Strategic Intermodal System and the Emerging Strategic Intermodal System include five different types of facilities that each form one component of an interconnected transportation system which types include:
(a) Existing or planned hubs that are ports and terminals including airports, seaports, spaceports, passenger terminals, and rail terminals serving to move goods or people between Florida regions or between Florida and other markets in the United States and the rest of the world.
(b) Existing or planned corridors that are highways, rail lines, waterways, and other exclusive-use facilities connecting major markets within Florida or between Florida and other states or nations.
(c) Existing or planned intermodal connectors that are highways, rail lines, waterways or local public transit systems serving as connectors between the components listed in paragraphs (a) and (b).
(d) Existing or planned military access facilities that are highways or rail lines linking Strategic Intermodal System corridors to the state’s strategic military installations.
(e) Existing or planned facilities that significantly improve the state’s competitive position to compete for the movement of additional goods into and through this state.
(3) After the initial designation of the Strategic Intermodal System under subsection (1), the department shall, in coordination with the metropolitan planning organizations, local governments, regional planning councils, transportation providers, and affected public agencies, add facilities to or delete facilities from the Strategic Intermodal System described in paragraphs (2)(b) and (c) based upon criteria adopted by the department.
(4) After the initial designation of the Strategic Intermodal System under subsection (1), the department shall, in coordination with the metropolitan planning organizations, local governments, regional planning councils, transportation providers, and affected public agencies, add facilities to or delete facilities from the Strategic Intermodal System described in paragraph (2)(a) based upon criteria adopted by the department. However, an airport that is designated as a reliever airport to a Strategic Intermodal System airport which has at least 75,000 itinerant operations per year, has a runway length of at least 5,500 linear feet, is capable of handling aircraft weighing at least 60,000 pounds with a dual wheel configuration which is served by at least one precision instrument approach, and serves a cluster of aviation-dependent industries, shall be designated as part of the Strategic Intermodal System by the Secretary of Transportation upon the request of a reliever airport meeting this criteria.
(5)(a) The Secretary of Transportation shall designate a planned facility as part of the Strategic Intermodal System upon request of the facility if it meets the criteria and thresholds established by the department pursuant to subsection (4), meets the definition of an “intermodal logistics center” 1as defined in s. 311.101(2), and has been designated in a local comprehensive plan or local government development order as an intermodal logistics center or an equivalent planning term. 2For the purpose of this section, the term “intermodal logistics center” means a facility or group of facilities, including, but not limited to, an inland port, serving as a point of intermodal transfer of freight in a specific area physically separated from a seaport whose activities relating to transport, logistics, goods distribution, consolidation, or value-added activities are carried out and whose activities and services are designed to support or be supported by one or more seaports, as provided in s. 311.09, or an airport whose activities and services are designed to support the transport, logistics, goods distribution, consolidation, or value-added activities related to airborne cargo.
(b) A facility designated part of the Strategic Intermodal System pursuant to paragraph (a) that is within the jurisdiction of a local government that maintains a transportation concurrency system shall receive a waiver of transportation concurrency requirements applicable to Strategic Intermodal System facilities in order to accommodate any development at the facility which occurs pursuant to a building permit issued on or before December 31, 2017, but only if such facility is located:
1. Within an area designated pursuant to s. 288.0656(7) as a rural area of opportunity;
2. Within a rural enterprise zone as defined in s. 290.004(5); or
3. Within 15 miles of the boundary of a rural area of opportunity or a rural enterprise zone.
3(6) Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, the department is directed to fully fund projects on facilities that were designated as part of the Strategic Intermodal System before the most recent designation change, which were approved by the Secretary of Transportation in May 2019, and for which the construction has commenced but is not completed. The funding of such projects shall take precedence over all nonhighway Strategic Intermodal System capacity improvement projects funded pursuant to s. 339.61(1). Such funding includes, but is not limited to, any amendments or supplemental agreements that were being contemplated by the department to make the projects safe and functional and for which funding was appropriated as part of the department’s adopted work program for Fiscal Years 2018-2019, 2019-2020, and the ensuing 5-year period. This subsection expires July 1, 2021.
History.—s. 48, ch. 2003-286; s. 45, ch. 2007-196; s. 5, ch. 2011-164; s. 35, ch. 2012-128; s. 58, ch. 2012-174; s. 38, ch. 2014-218; s. 94, ch. 2020-114.
1Note.—As created by s. 58, ch. 2012-174. Subsection (5) was also created by s. 35, ch. 2012-128, and that version did not include the words “as defined in s. 311.101(2).”
2Note.—As created by s. 35, ch. 2012-128. Subsection (5) was also created by s. 58, ch. 2012-174, and that version did not include this sentence.
3Note.—Section 94, ch. 2020-114, added subsection (6) “[i]n order to implement Specific Appropriations 1916 through 1929, 1929F through 1929J, 1943 through 1951, 1953 through 1962, and 1999A through 2011 of the 2020-2021 General Appropriations Act.”