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Florida Senate - 2008 COMMITTEE AMENDMENT

Bill No. CS for SB 474

038572

CHAMBER ACTION

Senate

Comm: WD

4/22/2008

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The Committee on Transportation (Webster) recommended the

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following amendment to amendment (414488):

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     Senate Amendment (with title amendment)

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     Delete line(s) 1934-2004

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and insert:

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     (17) TRANSPORTATION MOBILITY FEE.--The Legislature finds

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that the existing transportation concurrency system has not

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adequately addressed the state's transportation needs in an

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effective, predictable, and equitable manner and is not producing

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a sustainable transportation system for the state. The current

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system is complex, lacks uniformity among jurisdictions, is too

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focused on roadways to the detriment of desired land use patterns

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and transportation alternatives, and frequently prevents the

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attainment of important growth management goals. The state,

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therefore, should consider a different transportation concurrency

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approach that uses a mobility fee based on vehicle and people

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miles traveled. Therefore, the Legislature directs the state land

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planning agency to study and develop a methodology for a mobility

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fee system as follows:

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     (a) The state land planning agency, in consultation with

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the Department of Transportation, shall convene a study group

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that includes representatives from the Department of

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Transportation, regional planning councils, local governments,

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the development community, land use and transportation

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professionals, and the Legislature to develop a uniform mobility

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fee methodology for statewide application to replace the existing

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transportation concurrency management system. The methodology

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shall be based on the amount, distribution, and timing of the

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vehicle and people miles traveled, professionally accepted

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standards and practices in the fields of land use and

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transportation planning, and the requirements of constitutional

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and statutory law. The mobility fee shall be designed to provide

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for mobility needs, ensure that development provides mitigation

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for its impacts on the transportation system, and promote

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compact, mixed-use, and energy-efficient development. The

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mobility fee shall be used to fund improvements to the

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transportation system.

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     (b) By February 15, 2009, the state land planning agency

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shall provide a report to the Legislature containing

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recommendations concerning an appropriate uniform mobility fee

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methodology and whether a mobility fee system should be applied

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statewide or to more limited geographic areas, a schedule to

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amend comprehensive plans and land development rules to

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incorporate the mobility fee, a system for collecting and

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allocating mobility fees among state and local transportation

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facilities, and whether and how mobility fees should replace,

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revise, or supplement transportation impact fees.

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     (18)(17) A local government and the developer of affordable

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================ T I T L E  A M E N D M E N T ================

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And the title is amended as follows:

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     Delete line(s) 3759-3761

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and insert:

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proportionate fair-share methodology; providing for

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recommendations for the

4/21/2008  4:58:00 PM     596-08187-08

CODING: Words stricken are deletions; words underlined are additions.

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