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Bill Detail: SB24-036

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Title Vulnerable Road User Protection Enterprise
Status Senate Committee on Finance Postpone Indefinitely (03/19/2024)
Bill Subjects
  • Transportation & Motor Vehicles
House Sponsors M. Lindsay (D)
W. Lindstedt (D)
Senate Sponsors F. Winter (D)
L. Cutter (D)
House Committee
Senate Committee Transportation and Energy
Date Introduced 01/10/2024

Transportation Legislation Review Committee. The bill creates
the vulnerable road user protection enterprise in the department of
transportation (CDOT) for the purpose of providing funding for
transportation system infrastructure improvements and other data-driven
strategies identified in the federal highway administration-mandated
vulnerable road user safety assessment, which CDOT is required to
develop, that reduce the number of collisions with motor vehicles that
result in death or serious injury to vulnerable road users (eligible
projects). The enterprise is required to impose a vulnerable road user
protection fee, which is imposed in tiered amounts that are calculated
based on motor vehicle weight and configuration, on the registration of
passenger cars and light trucks that are not commercial vehicles. Fee
revenue is credited to a newly created vulnerable road user protection
enterprise cash fund and continuously appropriated to the enterprise. The
enterprise is authorized to provide grants, subject to specified parameters
relating to grant amounts, matching money requirements, and the use of
grant money, to fund eligible projects.
The enterprise is required to:
  • Publish and post on its website a 5-year plan that details
how the enterprise will execute its business purpose and
estimates the amount of funding that will be available to
implement the plan;
  • Create, maintain, and regularly update on its website a
public accountability dashboard; and
  • Prepare an annual report, present the report to the
transportation commission and specified legislative
committees, and post the report on its website.

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