Bill No. CS/CS/SB 1150
Amendment No. 165875
Senate House

1Representative Corcoran offered the following:
3     Amendment to Amendment (162081) (with title amendment)
4     Between lines 3274 and 3275, insert:
5     Section 124.  Subsections (5), (6), and (7) are added to
6section 316.0083, Florida Statutes, to read:
7     316.0083  Mark Wandall Traffic Safety Program;
8administration; report.-
9     (5)  Prior to installing a traffic infraction detector, the
10department, a county, or a municipality must request that the
11Department of Transportation perform a safety hazard study for
12the intersection. The department, a county, or a municipality
13shall be responsible for the cost of the study. A traffic
14infraction detector may not be installed until the Department of
15Transportation has performed the study and determined that the
16intersection warrants a traffic infraction detector.
17     (6)  A safety hazard study required under this section
18shall evaluate the safety of an intersection within a 6-month
19period. A safety hazard exists if, at the end of the study
20period, the Department of Transportation identifies a
21statistically disproportionate number of motor vehicle crashes
22at the intersection, greater than that of similarly situated
23intersections in the county or municipality.
24     (7)  Notwithstanding subsection (1), the department, a
25county, or a municipality may not use a traffic infraction
26detector to enforce a violation of s. 316.075(1)(c)1. when a
27driver is making a right turn or when a driver is making a left
28turn from a one-way street onto a one-way street.
T I T L E  A M E N D M E N T
34     Remove line 3574 and insert:
35system and to make a report to the Legislature; amending s.
36316.0083, F.S.; requiring the Department of Highway Safety and
37Motor Vehicles, a municipality, or a county to request that the
38Department of Transportation perform a safety hazard study
39before installing a traffic infraction detector; specifying
40which entity is responsible for the cost of the study; providing
41that a traffic infraction detector may not be installed unless
42it is determined to be warranted; providing requirements for the
43safety hazard study; providing that traffic infraction detectors
44may not be used to issue certain violations; providing

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