Florida Senate - 2018 CS for CS for SB 852 By the Committees on Appropriations; and Transportation; and Senators Brandes, Taddeo, Campbell, and Gibson 576-04128-18 2018852c2 1 A bill to be entitled 2 An act relating to transportation infrastructure; 3 creating s. 316.0899, F.S.; defining the terms “grid 4 integrated vehicle” and “matching funds”; creating the 5 Florida Smart City Challenge Grant Program within the 6 Department of Transportation; providing program goals; 7 providing grant eligibility requirements; requiring 8 the department to issue a request for proposals by a 9 specified date; providing proposal requirements; 10 providing requirements for the award of grants and the 11 use of grant funds; providing reporting requirements; 12 requiring administrative support by the department; 13 authorizing the department to select an independent 14 nongovernmental entity to assist in project 15 construction, management, and evaluation for specified 16 purposes; providing requirements for the 17 nongovernmental entity; providing an appropriation; 18 requiring the Florida Transportation Commission to 19 review all sources of revenue for transportation 20 infrastructure and maintenance projects and prepare a 21 report to the Governor and the Legislature when the 22 commission determines that electric and hybrid 23 vehicles make up a certain percentage or more of the 24 total number of vehicles registered in this state; 25 authorizing the commission, in consultation with the 26 Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, to 27 use certain commercially available data; providing 28 minimum reporting requirements; requiring the 29 commission, in consultation with the Division of 30 Emergency Management, to make an assessment of 31 transportation infrastructure with respect to 32 emergency evacuations and electric vehicles; 33 specifying requirements for the report; requiring the 34 report to be submitted to the Governor and the 35 Legislature no later than a certain date; authorizing 36 the commission to undertake and complete the review 37 before the specified percentage threshold is reached, 38 under certain circumstances; amending s. 339.175, 39 F.S.; requiring a long-range transportation plan to 40 consider infrastructure and technological improvements 41 necessary to accommodate the increased use of 42 autonomous technology and electric vehicles; amending 43 s. 201.15, F.S.; beginning in a specified fiscal year, 44 revising the annual allocations in the State 45 Transportation Trust Fund for the Transportation 46 Regional Incentive Program; providing for future 47 repeal of a provision that allocates funds annually to 48 the Florida Rail Enterprise; beginning in a specified 49 fiscal year, providing for annual allocations to the 50 Tampa Bay Area Regional Transit Authority and the 51 Statewide Mobility Innovation Program for certain 52 purposes; specifying requirements for matching funds 53 for the Tampa Bay Area Regional Transit Authority; 54 requiring the Department of Transportation to allocate 55 specified funds under certain circumstances to 56 projects in a certain 5-year work program in a certain 57 area, in addition to currently scheduled work program 58 commitments in that area; creating s. 339.84, F.S.; 59 defining the term “innovative mobility system”; 60 creating within the department the Statewide Mobility 61 Innovation Program; providing goals for the program; 62 beginning in a specified fiscal year, requiring the 63 department to use specified funds in a county to fund 64 the design and construction of a certain innovative 65 mobility system; providing requirements for the use of 66 specified funds by the department; requiring a county 67 proposing the use of funds for an innovative mobility 68 system to submit a request to the department, subject 69 to certain requirements; authorizing the submission of 70 joint proposals by two or more counties; requiring 71 local or private matching funds for certain 72 distributions, subject to certain requirements; 73 prohibiting certain funds distributed from being used 74 to subsidize projects with existing funding 75 commitments as of a specified date; requiring each 76 recipient of funds under the program to submit a 77 quarterly report to the department regarding the 78 development, implementation, and operation of the 79 project; requiring the department to submit to the 80 Legislature by a specified date an annual report on 81 the overall status of the program; amending s. 82 341.303, F.S.; prohibiting the department from 83 programing certain projects to be funded in the 5-year 84 work program after June 30, 2018; providing for the 85 future repeal of s. 341.303(5), F.S., relating to fund 86 participation and the Florida Rail Enterprise; 87 amending s. 343.58, F.S.; conforming a provision to 88 changes made by the act; providing effective dates. 89 90 Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Florida: 91 92 Section 1. Section 316.0899, Florida Statutes, is created 93 to read: 94 316.0899 Florida Smart City Challenge Grant Program.— 95 (1) DEFINITIONS.—As used in this section, the term: 96 (a) “Grid-integrated vehicle” means a motor vehicle that 97 has the ability for two-way power flow between the vehicle and 98 the electric grid and the communications hardware and software 99 that allow for external control of battery charging and 100 discharging. 101 (b) “Matching funds” includes in-kind services, goods, 102 equipment, or other noncash contributions calculated at fair 103 market value. 104 (2) CREATION; GOALS.—The Florida Smart City Challenge Grant 105 Program is created within the Department of Transportation. The 106 goals of the grant program include, but are not limited to: 107 (a) Providing opportunities to municipalities and other 108 regions of the state to develop innovative smart mobility 109 solutions to local transportation challenges. 110 (b) Deploying smart city technology that has an immediate 111 impact on the safe and efficient movement of people and goods 112 within municipalities and other regions of the state. 113 (c) Advancing autonomous, connected, grid-integrated, and 114 electric vehicle readiness and deployment throughout the state. 115 (d) Providing enhanced education and workforce development 116 opportunities by deploying emerging technologies that support 117 the state’s future workforce. 118 (e) Meeting the mobility needs of residents of this state, 119 particularly transportation disadvantaged persons as defined in 120 s. 427.011, by increasing access to and convenience of 121 transportation within municipalities and other regions of the 122 state. 123 (f) Facilitating the efficient movement of freight within 124 the state, especially in and around airports and seaports. 125 (g) Supporting the reduction or elimination of fossil fuel 126 consumption by relying on renewable energy sources and electric 127 technologies. 128 (h) Creating a smart mobility demonstration community in 129 the state that serves as a model for municipalities and other 130 regions nationwide. 131 (3) ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS.— 132 (a) The following entities may apply to the Department of 133 Transportation for a grant to fund projects under the Florida 134 Smart City Challenge Grant Program: 135 1. A state, county, municipal, regional, or other agency 136 that is responsible for the movement of persons, goods, or 137 services within a defined geographical region, including an 138 entity created pursuant to chapter 343, chapter 348, or chapter 139 349. 140 2. An independent special district with powers that include 141 or are related to infrastructure development or transportation 142 systems and services. 143 3. A metropolitan planning organization or transportation 144 planning organization. Each entity responsible for deploying or 145 operating the project on behalf of a metropolitan planning 146 organization or transportation planning organization must submit 147 a letter to the department detailing its commitment to the 148 implementation, operation, and maintenance of the project. 149 4. A state university. 150 (b) An applicant for a Florida Smart City Challenge Grant 151 must have in place a plan or framework for the implementation of 152 the proposed project in at least one of the following 153 categories: 154 1. Autonomous vehicle deployment or demonstration. 155 2. Connected vehicle technology deployment. 156 3. Shared mobility services innovation and deployment. 157 4. Acceleration of the use of plug-in electric vehicles and 158 electric charging infrastructure, including deployment of grid 159 integrated vehicles. 160 (4) PROPOSALS.—By September 1, 2018, the Department of 161 Transportation shall issue a request for proposals for the award 162 of a Florida Smart City Challenge Grant. Each proposal submitted 163 to the department must include: 164 (a) A statement by the applicant certifying that the 165 project will be implemented and operational within 5 years after 166 receipt of the grant. 167 (b) A plan for fulfilling documentation requirements under 168 the department’s Statewide Systems Engineering Management Plan 169 within such 5-year period. 170 (c) A description of how operation and maintenance costs 171 for the project will be funded in order to ensure that the 172 department’s investment in the project is sustained. 173 (d) A plan for evaluation of the project and the methods by 174 which such evaluation will be shared with residents of the area 175 served by the project. 176 (e) The procedure for integrating the project’s 177 transportation-related data into the department’s Data 178 Integration and Video Aggregation System. 179 (5) AWARD OF GRANTS.—The Department of Transportation shall 180 award a Florida Smart City Challenge Grant to at least three 181 recipients. Each award may not exceed $6 million. The department 182 shall distribute the award to each recipient by January 1, 2019. 183 (a) The grant may fund up to 50 percent of project costs. 184 At least 10 percent of project costs must be funded by the grant 185 recipient. An additional minimum of 10 percent of project costs 186 must be funded by the private sector. Grant funds must be used 187 exclusively for startup costs, including, but not limited to, 188 acquisition of hardware, software, and assets associated with 189 implementation of the project, and may not be used for costs 190 associated with operation or maintenance of the project. 191 (b) In selecting grant recipients, the department shall 192 give priority to those proposals that demonstrate the 193 availability of matching funds from partner organizations to 194 fund project costs and that include a plan for documenting the 195 acquisition and expenditure of such matching funds. 196 1. The department shall give further priority to those 197 proposals that include larger amounts of matching funds from 198 private-sector partner organizations; however, local public 199 funds may also be used. 200 2. Matching funds may be used for costs associated with 201 operation, maintenance, and evaluation of the project. 202 3. A grant recipient that receives matching funds must 203 document the contribution of such funds in a quarterly report 204 that details the manner in which the value of such contribution 205 is calculated. 206 (6) REPORTING REQUIREMENTS.— 207 (a) Each recipient of a Florida Smart City Challenge Grant 208 shall submit a quarterly report to the Department of 209 Transportation regarding the development, implementation, and 210 operation of the project. Such report must include information 211 documented pursuant to subparagraph (5)(b)3. 212 (b) The Department of Transportation must submit a 213 quarterly report to the President of the Senate and the Speaker 214 of the House of Representatives regarding the overall status of 215 the grant program. 216 (c) After implementation of the project is complete, each 217 recipient must submit an initial report to the Governor, the 218 President of the Senate, and the Speaker of the House of 219 Representatives which details the project’s impact on the 220 transportation system within the area served by the project, the 221 extent to which the goals of the grant program have been met, 222 and recommendations for project revisions or improvements to 223 guide future deployment activities. A final report must be 224 submitted 2 years after submission of the initial report. 225 (7) ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT.—The Department of 226 Transportation shall provide administrative support to the 227 Florida Smart City Challenge Grant Program in order to 228 facilitate the deployment of smart city technology within the 229 state, including, but not limited to, expedited review of 230 proposals submitted under subsection (4). The department may 231 select an independent nongovernmental entity to assist in 232 project construction, management, and evaluation; to oversee the 233 implementation of the project; and to analyze and document 234 lessons learned during, and benefits derived from, 235 implementation of the project. The nongovernmental entity must 236 have experience with the national Smart Cities Initiative, 237 advanced transportation deployment experience in this state, 238 extensive engineering experience, or expertise in stakeholder 239 engagement of potential partners to create a demonstration 240 community as described in paragraph (2)(h). 241 Section 2. For the 2018-2019 fiscal year, the sum of $15 242 million in nonrecurring funds is appropriated from the State 243 Transportation Trust Fund to the Department of Transportation 244 for the purpose of implementing s. 316.0899, Florida Statutes. 245 Section 3. Florida Transportation Commission review; 246 electric and hybrid vehicles report.— 247 (1)(a) The Florida Transportation Commission shall review 248 all sources of revenue for transportation infrastructure and 249 maintenance projects and prepare a report to the Governor and 250 the Legislature when the commission determines that electric 251 vehicles, as defined in s. 320.01(36), Florida Statutes, and 252 hybrid vehicles, as defined in s. 316.0741, Florida Statutes, 253 make up 2 percent or more of the total number of vehicles 254 registered in this state. 255 (b) The commission, in consultation with the Department of 256 Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, may use commercially 257 available data that the commission deems reliable to support its 258 determination and report. The report must, at a minimum, assess 259 the effect of projected electric and hybrid vehicle use in this 260 state on future revenue from existing taxes, fees, and 261 surcharges related to nonelectric, private-use motorcycles, 262 mopeds, automobiles, tri-vehicles, and trucks. 263 (c) The commission, in consultation with the Division of 264 Emergency Management, shall also make an assessment of 265 transportation infrastructure with respect to emergency 266 evacuations and electric vehicles, including, but not limited 267 to, the availability of electric vehicle charging stations in 268 this state. 269 (2) The report must include recommendations to the 270 Legislature: 271 (a) To ensure continued funding for necessary maintenance 272 that provides for adequate levels of service on existing 273 transportation infrastructure; 274 (b) To accomplish improvements and capacity projects on 275 transportation infrastructure which meet the demand from 276 projected population and economic growth; and 277 (c) To accomplish necessary improvements to transportation 278 infrastructure that would support emergency evacuations by users 279 of electric vehicles. 280 (3) The report shall be submitted to the Governor and the 281 Legislature no later than September 1 of the year immediately 282 after the year in which the commission determines that electric 283 vehicles, as defined in s. 320.01(36), Florida Statutes, and 284 hybrid vehicles, as defined in s. 316.0741, Florida Statutes, 285 make up 2 percent or more of the total number of vehicles 286 registered in this state. 287 (4) Notwithstanding any other provisions of this section, 288 the commission may undertake and complete the review and report 289 before the 2-percent threshold is reached if the commission 290 finds that earlier completion is appropriate to maintain a 291 financially stable, long-term transportation work program. 292 Section 4. Paragraph (c) of subsection (7) of section 293 339.175, Florida Statutes, is amended to read: 294 339.175 Metropolitan planning organization.— 295 (7) LONG-RANGE TRANSPORTATION PLAN.—Each M.P.O. must 296 develop a long-range transportation plan that addresses at least 297 a 20-year planning horizon. The plan must include both long 298 range and short-range strategies and must comply with all other 299 state and federal requirements. The prevailing principles to be 300 considered in the long-range transportation plan are: preserving 301 the existing transportation infrastructure; enhancing Florida’s 302 economic competitiveness; and improving travel choices to ensure 303 mobility. The long-range transportation plan must be consistent, 304 to the maximum extent feasible, with future land use elements 305 and the goals, objectives, and policies of the approved local 306 government comprehensive plans of the units of local government 307 located within the jurisdiction of the M.P.O. Each M.P.O. is 308 encouraged to consider strategies that integrate transportation 309 and land use planning to provide for sustainable development and 310 reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The approved long-range 311 transportation plan must be considered by local governments in 312 the development of the transportation elements in local 313 government comprehensive plans and any amendments thereto. The 314 long-range transportation plan must, at a minimum: 315 (c) Assess capital investment and other measures necessary 316 to: 317 1. Ensure the preservation of the existing metropolitan 318 transportation system including requirements for the operation, 319 resurfacing, restoration, and rehabilitation of major roadways 320 and requirements for the operation, maintenance, modernization, 321 and rehabilitation of public transportation facilities; and 322 2. Make the most efficient use of existing transportation 323 facilities to relieve vehicular congestion, improve safety, and 324 maximize the mobility of people and goods. Such efforts must 325 include, but are not limited to, consideration of infrastructure 326 and technological improvements necessary to accommodate advances 327 in vehicle technology, such as the increased use of autonomous 328 technology and electric vehicles, and other developments. 329 330 In the development of its long-range transportation plan, each 331 M.P.O. must provide the public, affected public agencies, 332 representatives of transportation agency employees, freight 333 shippers, providers of freight transportation services, private 334 providers of transportation, representatives of users of public 335 transit, and other interested parties with a reasonable 336 opportunity to comment on the long-range transportation plan. 337 The long-range transportation plan must be approved by the 338 M.P.O. 339 Section 5. Paragraph (a) of subsection (4) of section 340 201.15, Florida Statutes, is amended, and paragraph (b) of that 341 subsection is republished, to read: 342 201.15 Distribution of taxes collected.—All taxes collected 343 under this chapter are hereby pledged and shall be first made 344 available to make payments when due on bonds issued pursuant to 345 s. 215.618 or s. 215.619, or any other bonds authorized to be 346 issued on a parity basis with such bonds. Such pledge and 347 availability for the payment of these bonds shall have priority 348 over any requirement for the payment of service charges or costs 349 of collection and enforcement under this section. All taxes 350 collected under this chapter, except taxes distributed to the 351 Land Acquisition Trust Fund pursuant to subsections (1) and (2), 352 are subject to the service charge imposed in s. 215.20(1). 353 Before distribution pursuant to this section, the Department of 354 Revenue shall deduct amounts necessary to pay the costs of the 355 collection and enforcement of the tax levied by this chapter. 356 The costs and service charge may not be levied against any 357 portion of taxes pledged to debt service on bonds to the extent 358 that the costs and service charge are required to pay any 359 amounts relating to the bonds. All of the costs of the 360 collection and enforcement of the tax levied by this chapter and 361 the service charge shall be available and transferred to the 362 extent necessary to pay debt service and any other amounts 363 payable with respect to bonds authorized before January 1, 2017, 364 secured by revenues distributed pursuant to this section. All 365 taxes remaining after deduction of costs shall be distributed as 366 follows: 367 (4) After the required distributions to the Land 368 Acquisition Trust Fund pursuant to subsections (1) and (2) and 369 deduction of the service charge imposed pursuant to s. 370 215.20(1), the remainder shall be distributed as follows: 371 (a) The lesser of 24.18442 percent of the remainder or 372 $541.75 million in each fiscal year shall be paid into the State 373 Treasury to the credit of the State Transportation Trust Fund. 374 Of such funds, $75 million for each fiscal year shall be 375 transferred to the General Revenue Fund. Notwithstanding any 376 other law, the remaining amount credited to the State 377 Transportation Trust Fund shall be used for: 378 1. Capital funding for the New Starts Transit Program, 379 authorized by Title 49, U.S.C. s. 5309 and specified in s. 380 341.051, in the amount of 10 percent of the funds; 381 2. The Small County Outreach Program specified in s. 382 339.2818, in the amount of 10 percent of the funds; 383 3. The Strategic Intermodal System specified in ss. 339.61, 384 339.62, 339.63, and 339.64, in the amount of 75 percent of the 385 funds after deduction of the payments required pursuant to 386 subparagraphs 1. and 2.; and 387 4.a. The Transportation Regional Incentive Program 388 specified in s. 339.2819, in the amount of 25 percent of the 389 funds after deduction of the payments required pursuant to 390 subparagraphs 1. and 2. 391 b. In fiscal years 2018-2019, 2019-2020, and 2020-2021, the 392 first $60 million of the funds allocated pursuant to this 393 subparagraph must
shallbe allocated annually to the Florida 394 Rail Enterprise for the purposes established in s. 341.303(5). 395 This sub-subparagraph expires July 1, 2021. 396 c. Beginning in the 2021-2022 fiscal year, the first $60 397 million of the funds allocated pursuant to this subparagraph 398 must be allocated annually as follows: 399 (I) Twenty-five million dollars on a matching basis to the 400 Tampa Bay Area Regional Transit Authority for the design and 401 construction of an innovative mobility system, as defined in s. 402 339.84. One dollar in local or private matching funds must be 403 provided for each dollar distributed under this sub-sub 404 subparagraph. Federal funds may not be substituted for the local 405 or private matching funds. In any fiscal year in which the Tampa 406 Bay Area Regional Transit Authority notifies the Department of 407 Transportation that the authority will not request all of the 408 funds allocated under this sub-sub-subparagraph for an 409 innovative mobility system, the Department of Transportation 410 shall allocate such funds to projects in the 5-year work program 411 under s. 339.135 in the area described in s. 343.91(1)(a) and 412 such funds shall be in addition to currently scheduled work 413 program commitments in that area. 414 (II) Thirty-five million dollars to the Statewide Mobility 415 Innovation Program for the purposes established in s. 339.84. 416 (b) The lesser of 0.1456 percent of the remainder or $3.25 417 million in each fiscal year shall be paid into the State 418 Treasury to the credit of the Grants and Donations Trust Fund in 419 the Department of Economic Opportunity to fund technical 420 assistance to local governments. 421 422 Moneys distributed pursuant to paragraphs (a) and (b) may not be 423 pledged for debt service unless such pledge is approved by 424 referendum of the voters. 425 Section 6. Section 339.84, Florida Statutes, is created to 426 read: 427 339.84 Statewide Mobility Innovation Program.— 428 (1) As used in this section the term “innovative mobility 429 system” means a system of infrastructure, appurtenances, and 430 technology designed to move the greatest number of people in the 431 least amount of time. The term includes, but is not limited to, 432 autonomous vehicles as defined in s. 316.003, automated people 433 movers, bus rapid transit networks, transportation network 434 companies as defined in s. 627.748, ridesharing as defined in s. 435 341.031(9)(a), and commuter highway vehicles as defined in 49 436 U.S.C. s. 5323(i)(2)(C)(ii). The term does not include other 437 traditional uses of a roadway system for conveyance. 438 (2) The Statewide Mobility Innovation Program is created 439 within the department. The goals of the program include, but are 440 not limited to: 441 (a) Evaluating, financing, and overseeing proposals for 442 innovative mobility systems in this state. 443 (b) Expending funds to publicize and promote innovative 444 mobility systems and to contract with entities to accomplish 445 these purposes. 446 (c) Soliciting proposals in accordance with chapter 287 for 447 the design and construction of innovative mobility systems and 448 contracting with entities to expend funds to accomplish this 449 purpose. 450 (3) Beginning in the 2021-2022 fiscal year, the department 451 shall use funds allocated pursuant to s. 201.15(4)(a)4.c.(II) in 452 a county to fund the design and construction of an innovative 453 mobility system based on a proposal that the county submits to 454 the department which the department approves as being consistent 455 with the requirements of this section. 456 (4) Of the $35 million allocated under s. 457 201.15(4)(a)4.c.(II), the department must use: 458 (a) Twenty-five million dollars for an innovative mobility 459 system in a county as defined in s. 125.011(1) and $5 million 460 for an alternative transportation system within the jurisdiction 461 of the Jacksonville Transportation Authority. In any fiscal year 462 in which a county as defined in s. 125.011(1) notifies the 463 department that the county will not request all of the funds 464 allocated under this paragraph for an innovative mobility 465 system, the department shall allocate such funds to projects in 466 the 5-year work program under s. 339.135 in the county and such 467 funds shall be in addition to currently scheduled work program 468 commitments in that area. 469 (b) The remainder for such a system in any other county or 470 counties in the state. 471 (5) A county proposing the use of funds for an innovative 472 mobility system must submit a request to the department which 473 must include a detailed project and financial plan. The funding 474 request must specify the duration of the project and the total 475 amount sought by state fiscal year. Two or more counties may 476 submit a joint proposal to the department. 477 (6) One dollar in local or private matching funds must be 478 provided for each dollar distributed under this section. Federal 479 funds may not be substituted for the local or private matching 480 funds. 481 (7) Funds distributed under this section may not be used to 482 subsidize projects with existing funding commitments as of July 483 1, 2018. 484 (8) Each recipient of funds under this program must submit 485 a quarterly report to the department regarding the development, 486 implementation, and operation of the project. The department 487 must submit an annual report by September 1 to the President of 488 the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives 489 regarding the overall status of the program. 490 Section 7. Subsection (5) of section 341.303, Florida 491 Statutes, is amended to read: 492 341.303 Funding authorization and appropriations; 493 eligibility and participation.— 494 (5) FUND PARTICIPATION; FLORIDA RAIL ENTERPRISE.—The 495 department, through the Florida Rail Enterprise, is authorized 496 to use funds provided pursuant to s. 201.15(4)(a)4. to fund: 497 (a) Up to 50 percent of the nonfederal share of the costs 498 of any eligible passenger rail capital improvement project. 499 (b) Up to 100 percent of planning and development costs 500 related to the provision of a passenger rail system, including, 501 but not limited to, preliminary engineering, revenue studies, 502 environmental impact studies, financial advisory services, 503 engineering design, and other appropriate professional services. 504 (c) The high-speed rail system. 505 (d) Projects necessary to identify or address anticipated 506 impacts of increased freight rail traffic resulting from the 507 implementation of passenger rail systems as provided in s. 508 341.302(3)(b). 509 510 After June 30, 2018, the department may not program any projects 511 to be funded pursuant to this subsection for any year of the 512 work program if the project was not in the 5-year work program 513 adopted for the 2017-2018 fiscal year. 514 Section 8. Effective July 1, 2021, subsection (5) of 515 section 341.303, Florida Statutes, is repealed. 516 Section 9. Effective July 1, 2021, paragraph (b) of 517 subsection (4) of section 343.58, Florida Statutes, is amended 518 to read: 519 343.58 County funding for the South Florida Regional 520 Transportation Authority.— 521 (4) Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the 522 contrary and effective July 1, 2010, until as provided in 523 paragraph (d), the department shall transfer annually from the 524 State Transportation Trust Fund to the South Florida Regional 525 Transportation Authority the amounts specified in subparagraph 526 (a)1. or subparagraph (a)2. 527 (b) Funding required by this subsection may not be provided 528 from the funds dedicated to the Florida Rail Enterprise or the 529 Statewide Mobility Innovation Program pursuant to s. 530 201.15(4)(a)4. 531 Section 10. Except as otherwise expressly provided in this 532 act, this act shall take effect July 1, 2018.