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96A.370 Joint agreements and multimunicipal compacts -- Commuter transportation agreements. (1) In addition to all other powers and rights granted by KRS Chapter 96A, public bodies are expressly authorized and empowered to enter into joint agreements and <br>multimunicipal compacts with transit authorities, and all other units of government, <br>both federal and state, for the acquisition, maintenance and operation of mass <br>transportation facilities. Any such agreements may provide for proportionate <br>payments by such public bodies for transit purposes based upon any reasonable <br>criteria, including, but not by way of limitation, population and actual mass transit <br>services rendered, or percentage of funding. (2) Any such joint agreement or multimunicipal compact may provide by its terms that notwithstanding the fact that a mass transportation program, together with the <br>source of funding therefor, has been approved by the electorate or electorates of one <br>(1) or more of such public bodies, any such public body may, in any annual period, <br>in lieu of utilizing such source of funding as approved by the electorate of any such <br>public body, use and apply for purposes of making payments or contributions under <br>such joint agreement or multimunicipal compact any other funds of such public <br>body legally available therefor. Provided, however, that any source of funding <br>approved by the electorate in connection with the approval of such a mass <br>transportation program shall not, as a result of such permissive funding by any such <br>public body from other legally available sources, be rendered void or nugatory. (3) Notwithstanding any provision to the contrary any transit authority created pursuant to this chapter may enter into agreements with the Commonwealth or agency <br>thereof for the transportation of governmental employees to and from work stations <br>located within or outside the authority's transit area. For the purposes of this <br>subsection the Commonwealth may provide demonstration funds to encourage <br>commuter transportation for its employees. These funds shall be limited to one (1) <br>year of operation of new routes and shall not be used to subsidize the individual <br>governmental employee's cost of transportation. Effective: July 15, 1980 <br>History: Amended 1980 Ky. Acts ch. 282, sec. 1, effective July 15, 1980. -- Amended 1976 Ky. Acts ch. 350, sec. 5. -- Created 1974 Ky. Acts ch. 169, sec. 7.

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96A.370 Joint agreements and multimunicipal compacts -- Commuter transportation agreements. (1) In addition to all other powers and rights granted by KRS Chapter 96A, public bodies are expressly authorized and empowered to enter into joint agreements and <br>multimunicipal compacts with transit authorities, and all other units of government, <br>both federal and state, for the acquisition, maintenance and operation of mass <br>transportation facilities. Any such agreements may provide for proportionate <br>payments by such public bodies for transit purposes based upon any reasonable <br>criteria, including, but not by way of limitation, population and actual mass transit <br>services rendered, or percentage of funding. (2) Any such joint agreement or multimunicipal compact may provide by its terms that notwithstanding the fact that a mass transportation program, together with the <br>source of funding therefor, has been approved by the electorate or electorates of one <br>(1) or more of such public bodies, any such public body may, in any annual period, <br>in lieu of utilizing such source of funding as approved by the electorate of any such <br>public body, use and apply for purposes of making payments or contributions under <br>such joint agreement or multimunicipal compact any other funds of such public <br>body legally available therefor. Provided, however, that any source of funding <br>approved by the electorate in connection with the approval of such a mass <br>transportation program shall not, as a result of such permissive funding by any such <br>public body from other legally available sources, be rendered void or nugatory. (3) Notwithstanding any provision to the contrary any transit authority created pursuant to this chapter may enter into agreements with the Commonwealth or agency <br>thereof for the transportation of governmental employees to and from work stations <br>located within or outside the authority's transit area. For the purposes of this <br>subsection the Commonwealth may provide demonstration funds to encourage <br>commuter transportation for its employees. These funds shall be limited to one (1) <br>year of operation of new routes and shall not be used to subsidize the individual <br>governmental employee's cost of transportation. Effective: July 15, 1980 <br>History: Amended 1980 Ky. Acts ch. 282, sec. 1, effective July 15, 1980. -- Amended 1976 Ky. Acts ch. 350, sec. 5. -- Created 1974 Ky. Acts ch. 169, sec. 7.

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Statutes > Kentucky > 096A00 > 370

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96A.370 Joint agreements and multimunicipal compacts -- Commuter transportation agreements. (1) In addition to all other powers and rights granted by KRS Chapter 96A, public bodies are expressly authorized and empowered to enter into joint agreements and <br>multimunicipal compacts with transit authorities, and all other units of government, <br>both federal and state, for the acquisition, maintenance and operation of mass <br>transportation facilities. Any such agreements may provide for proportionate <br>payments by such public bodies for transit purposes based upon any reasonable <br>criteria, including, but not by way of limitation, population and actual mass transit <br>services rendered, or percentage of funding. (2) Any such joint agreement or multimunicipal compact may provide by its terms that notwithstanding the fact that a mass transportation program, together with the <br>source of funding therefor, has been approved by the electorate or electorates of one <br>(1) or more of such public bodies, any such public body may, in any annual period, <br>in lieu of utilizing such source of funding as approved by the electorate of any such <br>public body, use and apply for purposes of making payments or contributions under <br>such joint agreement or multimunicipal compact any other funds of such public <br>body legally available therefor. Provided, however, that any source of funding <br>approved by the electorate in connection with the approval of such a mass <br>transportation program shall not, as a result of such permissive funding by any such <br>public body from other legally available sources, be rendered void or nugatory. (3) Notwithstanding any provision to the contrary any transit authority created pursuant to this chapter may enter into agreements with the Commonwealth or agency <br>thereof for the transportation of governmental employees to and from work stations <br>located within or outside the authority's transit area. For the purposes of this <br>subsection the Commonwealth may provide demonstration funds to encourage <br>commuter transportation for its employees. These funds shall be limited to one (1) <br>year of operation of new routes and shall not be used to subsidize the individual <br>governmental employee's cost of transportation. Effective: July 15, 1980 <br>History: Amended 1980 Ky. Acts ch. 282, sec. 1, effective July 15, 1980. -- Amended 1976 Ky. Acts ch. 350, sec. 5. -- Created 1974 Ky. Acts ch. 169, sec. 7.

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