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2022 Florida Statutes (including 2022C, 2022D, 2022A, and 2023B)

F.S. 339.1371
1339.1371 Mobility 2000; funding.
(1) Beginning in fiscal year 2000-2001 the Department of Transportation shall allocate sufficient funds to implement the Mobility 2000 (Building Roads for the 21st Century) initiative. The department shall develop a plan to expend these revenues and amend the current tentative work program for the time period 2000-2001 through 2004-2005 prior to adoption to include Mobility 2000 projects. In addition, prior to work program adoption, the department shall submit a budget amendment pursuant to s. 339.135(7), requesting budget authority needed to implement the Mobility 2000 initiative. Funds will be used for corridors that link Florida’s economic regions to seaports, international airports, and markets to provide connections through major gateways, improved mobility in major urbanized areas, and access routes for emergency evacuation to coastal communities based on analysis of current and projected traffic conditions.
(2) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, in fiscal year 2001-2002 and each year thereafter, the increase in revenue to the State Transportation Trust Fund derived from ss. 1, 2, 3, 7, 9, and 10, ch. 2000-257, Laws of Florida, shall be first used by the Department of Transportation to fund the Mobility 2000 initiative and any remaining funds shall be used to fund the Florida Strategic Intermodal System created pursuant to s. 339.61. Notwithstanding any other law to the contrary, the requirements of ss. 206.46(3) and 206.606(2) shall not apply to the Mobility 2000 initiative. 6, 11, ch. 2000-257; s. 11, ch. 2004-366.
1Note.Section 22, ch. 2000-257, provides that “[n]otwithstanding any other law to the contrary the requirements of sections 206.46(3) and 206.606(2), Florida Statutes, shall not apply to any funding, programs, or other provisions contained in this act.”