Florida Senate - 2015                        COMMITTEE AMENDMENT
       Bill No. CS for SB 154
                              LEGISLATIVE ACTION                        
                    Senate             .             House              
                  Comm: RCS            .                                
                  03/04/2015           .                                

       The Committee on Community Affairs (Brandes) recommended the
    1         Senate Amendment (with title amendment)
    3         Delete lines 57 - 91
    4  and insert:
    5  walking condition in its next annual 5-year transportation work
    6  program hazard will be corrected and, if so, when correction of
    7  the condition will be completed. If the hazardous walking
    8  condition will not be included in the state or local
    9  governmental entity’s next annual 5-year transportation work
   10  program, the factors justifying such conclusion must be stated
   11  in writing to the district school superintendent and the
   12  Department of Education regarding a projected completion date.
   13         (c) State funds shall be allocated for the transportation
   14  of students subjected to a hazardous walking condition. However,
   15  such hazards, provided that such funding shall cease upon
   16  correction of the hazardous walking condition hazard or upon the
   17  projected completion date, whichever occurs first.
   19         (a) When a request for review is made by to the district
   20  school superintendent with respect to a road over which a state
   21  or local governmental entity has jurisdiction or the district
   22  school superintendent’s designee concerning a condition
   23  perceived to be hazardous to students in that district who live
   24  within the 2-mile limit and who walk to school, such condition
   25  shall be inspected jointly by a representative of the school
   26  district, and a representative of the state or local
   27  governmental entity with that has jurisdiction over the
   28  perceived hazardous location, and a representative of the
   29  municipal police department for a municipal road, a
   30  representative of the sheriff’s office for a county road, or a
   31  representative of the Department of Transportation for a state
   32  road. If the jurisdiction is within an area for which there is a
   33  metropolitan planning organization, a representative of that
   34  organization shall also be included. The governmental
   35  representatives shall determine whether the condition
   36  constitutes a hazardous walking condition as provided in
   37  subsection (2). If the governmental representatives concur that
   38  a condition constitutes a hazardous walking condition as
   39  provided in subsection (2), the governing entity with
   40  jurisdiction shall report that determination
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   43  And the title is amended as follows:
   44         Delete line 24
   45  and insert:
   46         relating to its transportation work program;