Amendments for HB17-1242

House Journal, March 23
30 HB17-1242 be amended as follows, and as so amended, be referred to
31 the Committee on Finance with favorable
32 recommendation:
33
34 Amend printed bill, page 7, strike lines 9 through 16.
35
36 Renumber succeeding sections accordingly.
37
38 Page 8, line 21, strike "revenue. Said" and substitute "revenue. Said
39 REVENUE; EXCEPT THAT THE TAX IS NOT IMPOSED ON SALES OF AVIATION
40 FUELS USED IN TURBO-PROPELLER OR JET ENGINE AIRCRAFT.".
41
42 Page 10, line 10, after "HUNDRED" insert "SEVENTY-FIVE".
43
44 Page 11, line 21, strike "retail." and substitute "retail RETAIL; EXCEPT
45 THAT THE TAX OR EXCISE IS NOT IMPOSED ON STORAGE OR ACQUISITION
46 CHARGES OR COSTS FOR THE PRIVILEGE OF STORING, USING, OR
47 CONSUMING IN THIS STATE ANY AVIATION FUELS USED IN
48 TURBO-PROPELLER OR JET ENGINE AIRCRAFT PURCHASED AT RETAIL.".
49
50 Page 11, after line 25 insert:
51
52 "SECTION 9. In Colorado Revised Statutes, 39-28.8-501,
53 amend (1) as follows:
54 39-28.8-501. Marijuana tax cash fund - creation - distribution
55 - legislative declaration. (1) The marijuana tax cash fund, referred to in
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1 this part 5 as the "fund", is created in the state treasury. The fund consists
2 of any applicable retail marijuana sales tax transferred pursuant to section
3 39-28.8-203 (1)(b) on or after July 1, 2014, and any revenues REVENUE
4 transferred to the fund from any sales tax imposed pursuant to section
5 39-26-106 SECTION 39-26-106 (1)(a)(I) on the retail sale of products
6 under articles 43.3 and 43.4 of title 12. C.R.S.".
7
8 SECTION 10. In Colorado Revised Statutes, repeal 42-3-112.".
9
10 Renumber succeeding sections accordingly.
11
12 Page 14, line 5, strike "after paying".
13
14 Page 14, strike lines 6 through 11 and substitute "after paying the costs of
15 the Colorado state patrol and such ANY other costs of the department,
16 exclusive of highway construction, highway improvements, or highway
17 maintenance, as THAT are appropriated by the general assembly, sixty-five
18 percent of the balance of MONEY IN the highway users tax fund shall be
205 19 paid to the state highway fund IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 43-4-
20 and shall be expended for the following purposes:".
21
22 Page 16, line 18, after "HUNDRED" insert "SEVENTY-FIVE".
23
24 Page 17, line 2, after "43-4-705 (13)(b);" insert "AND".
25
26 Page 17, strike lines 3 through 7.
27
28 Page 17, line 8, strike "(c)" and substitute "(b)".
29
30 Page 17, line 13, strike "MAINTENANCE" and substitute "MAINTENANCE,
31 INCLUDING RAPID RESPONSE MAINTENANCE,".
32
33 Page 17, line 15, strike the second "portion" and substitute "portion; and
34 add (4)".
35
36 Page 17, line 16, strike "After paying the costs of the".
37
38 Page 17, strike lines 17 through 20 and substitute: "Colorado state patrol
39 and such ANY other costs of the department, exclusive of highway
40 construction, highway improvements, or highway maintenance, as THAT
41 are appropriated by the general assembly, twenty-six percent of the
42 balance of the highway users tax fund THE REVENUE REQUIRED BY
43 SECTION".
44
1103 45 Page 18, line 18, strike "43-4-1003 (3)(b)," and substitute "43-4-
46 (3)(b),".
47
48 Page 19, after line 8 insert:
49
50 "(4) (a) IF A COUNTY, AFTER THE END OF ITS FISCAL YEAR BUT
602 51 BEFORE IT FINALIZES ITS FINANCIAL STATEMENT, AS DEFINED IN 29-1-
52 (3), FOR THE FISCAL YEAR, DETERMINES THAT ITS RECEIPT OF ALL OR A
53 PORTION OF THE NET REVENUE THAT IS ATTRIBUTABLE TO THE ADDITIONAL
106 54 SALES AND USE TAXES LEVIED PURSUANT TO SECTIONS 39-26-
55 (1)(a)(II) AND 39-26-202 (1)(b) AND WAS ALLOCATED TO IT DURING THE
56 FISCAL YEAR AS DEDICATED TRANSPORTATION FUNDING AND FOR NO
1 OTHER PURPOSE PURSUANT TO THIS SECTION WILL EITHER CAUSE IT TO
2 EXCEED ITS FISCAL YEAR SPENDING LIMIT AND REQUIRE IT TO REFUND
3 EXCESS COUNTY REVENUE PURSUANT TO SECTION 20 (7)(d) OF ARTICLE X
4 OF THE STATE CONSTITUTION OR INCREASE AN EXISTING OBLIGATION THAT
5 IT HAS TO REFUND EXCESS COUNTY REVENUE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR, THE
6 COUNTY MAY, IN ITS SOLE DISCRETION AND BEFORE IT FINALIZES THE
7 FINANCIAL STATEMENT, REMIT AN AMOUNT EQUAL TO ALL OR ANY
8 PORTION OF ITS ALLOCATION OF SUCH NET REVENUE BACK TO THE STATE
9 TREASURER IN ORDER TO ELIMINATE OR REDUCE THE AMOUNT OF THE
10 REQUIRED REFUND.
11 (b) FOR PURPOSES OF DETERMINING A COUNTY'S FISCAL YEAR
12 SPENDING, AS DEFINED IN SECTION 20 (2)(e) OF THE STATE CONSTITUTION,
13 REVENUE REMITTED BACK TO THE STATE TREASURER BY A COUNTY
14 PURSUANT TO SUBSECTION (4)(a) OF THIS SECTION IS DEEMED TO HAVE
15 NEVER BEEN RECEIVED BY THE COUNTY AND IS NOT INCLUDED IN THE
16 COUNTY'S FISCAL YEAR SPENDING.
17 (c) ANY REVENUE REMITTED BACK TO THE STATE TREASURER
18 FROM A COUNTY PURSUANT TO SUBSECTION (4)(a) OF THIS SECTION IS NOT
19 FISCAL YEAR SPENDING, AS DEFINED IN SECTION 20 (2)(e) OF THE STATE
20 CONSTITUTION, OF THE STATE, SHALL BE PAID TO THE COUNTY
21 TREASURERS OF THE RESPECTIVE COUNTIES PURSUANT TO SECTION
22 43-4-205 (1) AND THIS SECTION IN THE SAME MANNER AS OTHER REVENUE
23 IS PAID TO THE COUNTY TREASURERS OF THE RESPECTIVE COUNTIES
24 PURSUANT TO SECTION 43-4-205 (1) AND THIS SECTION, AND IS ACCRUED
25 TO EACH COUNTY IN THE MONTH IN WHICH IT IS RECEIVED.".
26
27 Page 19, line 10, strike "(6)(a)" and substitute "(6)(a); and add (7)".
28
29 Page 19, line 11, "After paying the costs of the".
30
31 Page 19, strike lines 12 through 16 and substitute: "Colorado state patrol
32 and such ANY other costs of the department, exclusive of highway
33 construction, highway improvements, or highway maintenance, as THAT
34 are appropriated by the general assembly, and making allocation as
35 provided by sections 43-4-206 and 43-4-207, the remaining nine percent
36 of the highway users tax fund THE REVENUE REQUIRED BY SECTION".
37
1103 38 Page 20, line 16, strike "43-4-1003 (3)(b)," and substitute "43-4-
39 (3)(b),".
40
41 Page 23, after line 14 insert:
42 "(4) (a) IF A CITY OR INCORPORATED TOWN, AFTER THE END OF ITS
43 FISCAL YEAR BUT BEFORE IT FINALIZES ITS FINANCIAL STATEMENT, AS
44 DEFINED IN 29-1-602 (3), FOR THE FISCAL YEAR, DETERMINES THAT ITS
45 RECEIPT OF ALL OR A PORTION OF THE NET REVENUE THAT IS
46 ATTRIBUTABLE TO THE ADDITIONAL SALES AND USE TAXES LEVIED
47 PURSUANT TO SECTIONS 39-26-106 (1)(a)(II) AND 39-26-202 (1)(b) AND
48 WAS ALLOCATED TO IT DURING THE FISCAL YEAR AS DEDICATED
49 TRANSPORTATION FUNDING AND FOR NO OTHER PURPOSE PURSUANT TO
50 THIS SECTION WILL EITHER CAUSE IT TO EXCEED ITS FISCAL YEAR
51 SPENDING LIMIT AND REQUIRE IT TO REFUND EXCESS CITY OR
52 INCORPORATED TOWN REVENUE PURSUANT TO SECTION 20 (7)(d) OF
53 ARTICLE X OF THE STATE CONSTITUTION OR INCREASE AN EXISTING
54 OBLIGATION THAT IT HAS TO REFUND EXCESS CITY OR INCORPORATED
55 TOWN REVENUE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR, THE CITY OR INCORPORATED TOWN
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1 MAY, IN ITS SOLE DISCRETION AND BEFORE IT FINALIZES THE FINANCIAL
2 STATEMENT, REMIT AN AMOUNT EQUAL TO ALL OR ANY PORTION OF ITS
3 ALLOCATION OF SUCH NET REVENUE BACK TO THE STATE TREASURER IN
4 ORDER TO ELIMINATE OR REDUCE THE AMOUNT OF THE REQUIRED REFUND.
5 (b) FOR PURPOSES OF DETERMINING A CITY OR INCORPORATED
6 TOWN'S FISCAL YEAR SPENDING, AS DEFINED IN SECTION 20 (2)(e) OF THE
7 STATE CONSTITUTION, REVENUE REMITTED BACK TO THE STATE
8 TREASURER BY A CITY OR INCORPORATED TOWN PURSUANT TO
9 SUBSECTION (4)(a) OF THIS SECTION IS DEEMED TO HAVE NEVER BEEN
10 RECEIVED BY THE CITY OR INCORPORATED TOWN AND IS NOT INCLUDED IN
11 THE CITY OR INCORPORATED TOWN'S FISCAL YEAR SPENDING.
12 (c) ANY REVENUE REMITTED BACK TO THE STATE TREASURER
13 FROM A CITY OR INCORPORATED TOWN PURSUANT TO SUBSECTION (4)(a)
20 14 OF THIS SECTION IS NOT FISCAL YEAR SPENDING, AS DEFINED IN SECTION
15 (2)(e) OF THE STATE CONSTITUTION, OF THE STATE, SHALL BE PAID TO THE
16 CITIES AND INCORPORATED TOWNS PURSUANT TO SECTION 43-4-205 (1)
17 AND THIS SECTION IN THE SAME MANNER AS OTHER REVENUE IS PAID TO
205 18 THE CITIES AND INCORPORATED TOWNS PURSUANT TO SECTION 43-4-
19 (1) AND THIS SECTION, AND IS ACCRUED TO EACH CITY AND INCORPORATED
20 TOWN IN THE MONTH IN WHICH IT IS RECEIVED.".
21
22 Page 25, strike lines 2 through 20 and substitute "ISSUE: "SHALL STATE
23 TAXES BE INCREASED BY SEVEN HUNDRED TWO MILLION TWO HUNDRED
24 THOUSAND DOLLARS ANNUALLY AND TEMPORARILY TO PAY FOR STATE
25 AND LOCAL TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS, INCLUDING MUNICIPAL AND
26 COUNTY ROADS, STATE HIGHWAYS, AFFORDABLE AND ACCESSIBLE
27 TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS FOR SENIORS AND PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES,
28 BUS AND RAIL SERVICE, RAPID RESPONSE MAINTENANCE PROGRAMS, AND
29 TO ENHANCE MOBILITY AND SAFETY FOR ALL COLORADANS, BY A STATE
30 SALES AND USE TAX RATE INCREASE OF 0.62% FOR THE TWENTY-YEAR
31 PERIOD BEGINNING JANUARY 1, 2018, AND ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2037;
32 SHALL STATE DEBT BE INCREASED UP TO $3,500,000,000, WITH MAXIMUM
33 REPAYMENT COST OF $5,000,000,000 BY THE ISSUANCE OF ADDITIONAL
34 TRANSPORTATION REVENUE ANTICIPATION NOTES SOLELY TO FUND
35 SPECIFIED HIGH-PRIORITY TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS IN ALL AREAS OF
36 THE STATE; AND SHALL ALL REVENUE FROM THE TAX RATE INCREASE IN
37 THE STATED AMOUNT IN THE FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR AND IN WHATEVER
38 AMOUNTS ARE COLLECTED IN FUTURE FISCAL YEARS BY IMPOSITION OF THE
39 0.62% SALES TAX RATE INCREASE AND EARNINGS ON SUCH REVENUES AND
40 ON PROCEEDS OF THE NOTES BE RETAINED AND SPENT AS A
41 VOTER-APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE?"".
42
43 Page 28, line 25, strike "MAINTENANCE" and substitute "MAINTENANCE,
44 INCLUDING RAPID RESPONSE MAINTENANCE,".
45
46 Page 29, lines 7 and 8, strike "CHIEF ENGINEER OF THE DEPARTMENT" and
47 substitute "THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OR THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR'S
48 DESIGNEE".
49
50 page 30, line 17, strike "OR" and substitute "AND".
51
52 Page 30, line 18, after "WITH" insert "ALL TYPES OF".
53
54 Page 31, line 22, strike "(1)(a)(I)(c)" and substitute "(1)(a)(I)(C); and
55 repeal (1)(e)".
56
1 Page 32, after line 25, insert:
2 "(e) Late registration fees required to be credited to the highway
3 users tax fund pursuant to section 42-3-112 (2), C.R.S.".
4
5 Page 33, line 8, strike "AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS".
6
7 Page 35, line 18, strike "of fund." and substitute "of fund - definition.".
8
9 Page 36, line 20, after "(b)" insert "(I)".
10
11 Page 37, line 1, strike "THE" and substitute "EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE
12 PROVIDED IN SUBSECTION (3)(b)(II) OF THIS SECTION, THE".
13
14 Page 37, after line 5 insert:
15
16 "(II) TOTAL LOCAL GOVERNMENT, REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION
17 AUTHORITY, OR TRANSIT AGENCY FUNDING FOR A PROJECT RECEIVING
18 FUNDING FROM THE PEDESTRIAN AND ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS
19 ACCOUNT OF THE FUND MUST BE AT LEAST EQUAL TO THE AMOUNT OF
20 FUNDING PROVIDED FROM THE ACCOUNT; EXCEPT THAT THE FOLLOWING
21 ENTITIES MAY PROVIDE MATCHING MONEY FOR A PROJECT IN AN AMOUNT
22 EQUAL TO TWENTY PERCENT OF THE AMOUNT OF FUNDING FOR THE
23 PROJECT PROVIDED FROM THE ACCOUNT:
24 (A) CITIES OR COUNTIES THAT COLLECT LESS THAN FIFTEEN
25 MILLION DOLLARS PER YEAR IN TOTAL ANNUAL SALES TAX REVENUES; AND
26 (B) REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITIES OR TRANSIT
27 AGENCIES THAT HAVE TOTAL ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGETS OF LESS THAN
28 ONE MILLION FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS PER YEAR.
29 (c) FOR PURPOSES OF THIS SUBSECTION (3), "NONMOTORIZED USE"
30 INCLUDES USE OF A MOTORIZED WHEELCHAIR, SCOOTER, OR
31 FUNCTIONALLY SIMILAR ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY BY A PERSON WITH A
32 DISABILITY WHO USES THE MOTORIZED WHEELCHAIR, SCOOTER, OR
33 FUNCTIONALLY SIMILAR ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY FOR THE PURPOSE OF
34 MOBILITY ASSISTANCE.".
35
36 Page 37, line 7, strike "duties." and substitute "duties - annual reporting
37 requirement.".
38
39 Page 39, line 18, strike "ACCOUNT." and substitute "ACCOUNT; EXCEPT
40 THAT THE FOLLOWING ENTITIES MAY PROVIDE MATCHING MONEY FOR A
41 PROJECT IN AN AMOUNT EQUAL TO TWENTY PERCENT OF THE AMOUNT
42 RECEIVED FOR THE PROJECT FROM THE ACCOUNT:
43 (A) CITIES OR COUNTIES THAT COLLECT LESS THAN FIFTEEN
44 MILLION DOLLARS PER YEAR IN TOTAL ANNUAL SALES TAX REVENUES; AND
45 (B) REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITIES OR TRANSIT
46 AGENCIES THAT HAVE TOTAL ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGETS OF LESS THAN
47 ONE MILLION FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS PER YEAR.".
48
49 Page 39, line 19, after "PROPOSE" insert "AND FUND".
50
51 Page 39, line 22, strike "STATE;" and substitute "STATE. WHEN
52 CONSIDERING AN APPLICATION FOR FUNDING FOR PUBLIC TRANSIT
53 SERVICES, THE COMMITTEE SHALL CONSIDER WHAT STEPS APPLICANTS ARE
54 TAKING TO REDUCE FARES OR PROVIDE REDUCED COST PASSES TO
55 LOW-INCOME USERS.".
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1 Page 39, after line 27 insert:
2
3 "(4) NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER PROVISION OF LAW, MONEY
4 RECEIVED FROM THE TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS FUND SHALL NOT BE
5 CONSIDERED WHEN CALCULATING COMPLIANCE WITH OTHER RELATED
6 STATUTORY OBLIGATIONS.
7 (5) (a) THE COMMITTEE SHALL ANNUALLY REPORT TO THE
8 TRANSPORTATION LEGISLATION REVIEW COMMITTEE OF THE GENERAL
9 ASSEMBLY CREATED IN SECTION 43-2-145 (1) REGARDING ITS ACTIVITIES
10 INCLUDING, AT A MINIMUM:
11 (I) AN AGGREGATE ACCOUNTING OF ALL MONEY EXPENDED FROM
12 THE TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS ACCOUNT OF THE FUND DURING THE PRIOR
13 FISCAL YEAR; AND
14 (II) A LISTING OF ALL TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS PROJECTS
15 RECEIVING FUNDING FROM THE TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS ACCOUNT OF
16 THE FUND DURING THE PRIOR FISCAL YEAR THAT INCLUDES FOR EACH
17 PROJECT:
18 (A) IDENTIFICATION OF THE ENTITY RECEIVING FUNDING FOR THE
19 PROJECT;
20 (B) THE AMOUNT OF TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS ACCOUNT
21 FUNDING PROVIDED FOR THE PROJECT; AND
22 (C) THE AMOUNT OF LOCAL MATCHING MONEY PROVIDED FOR THE
23 PROJECT.
24 (b) NOTWITHSTANDING SECTION 24-1-136 (11)(a), THE REPORTING
25 REQUIREMENT SPECIFIED IN SUBSECTION (4)(a) OF THIS SECTION
26 CONTINUES INDEFINITELY.".
27
28 Page 40, line 5, strike "15" and substitute "16".
29
30 Page 40, line 8, strike "15" and substitute "16".
31

House Journal, March 28
27 HB17-1242 be amended as follows, and as so amended, be referred to
28 the Committee on Appropriations with favorable
29 recommendation:
30
31 Amend the Transportation & Energy Committee Report, dated March 22,
32 2017, page 2, line 23, strike ""Colorado" and substitute ""After paying the
33 costs of the Colorado".
34
35 Page 3, line 22, after "20 (2)(e)" insert "OF ARTICLE X".
36
37 Page 3, line 29, after "20 (2)(e)" insert "OF ARTICLE X".
38
39 Page 4, line 1, strike ""Colorado" and substitute ""After paying the costs
40 of the Colorado".
41
42 Page 4, line 6, strike "SECTION"." and substitute "SECTION 43-4-205".".
43
44 Page 4, line 10, strike ""(4) (a)" and substitute ""(7) (a)".
45
46 Page 4, line 29, after "20 (2)(e)" insert "OF ARTICLE X".
47
48 Page 4, line 32, strike "(4)(a)" and substitute "(7)(a)".
49
50 Page 4, line 36, strike "(4)(a)" and substitute "(7)(a)".
51
52 Page 4, line 38, after "(2)(e)" insert "OF ARTICLE X".
53
54 Page 5, after line 4, insert "Page 24, line 10, after "FULL" insert "OR IN
55 PART" and after "TERM" insert "NO LATER THAN TEN YEARS AFTER THEIR
56 ISSUANCE".
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1 Page 5, line 6, strike "TWO MILLION TWO" and substitute "FIFTEEN MILLION
2 ONE".
3
4 Page 5, line 15, after "WITH" insert "A".
5
6 Page 5, line 28, strike ""THE EXECUTIVE" and substitute ""EXECUTIVE".
7
8 Page 5, strike lines 30 and 31 and substitute:
9
10 "Page 29, line 8, strike "MEMBERS, AT".
11
12 Page 29, strike lines 9 through 12 and substitute "MEMBERS. THE
13 APPOINTING AUTHORITIES SHALL GIVE CONSIDERATION TO THE
14 GEOGRAPHIC DIVERSITY OF THE COMMITTEE WHEN MAKING
15 APPOINTMENTS AND SHALL SPECIFICALLY ENSURE THAT THE WESTERN
16 SLOPE AND EASTERN PLAINS ARE REPRESENTED ON THE COMMITTEE.
17 COMMITTEE MEMBERS MUST BE".
18
19 Page 29, strike lines 14 through 24 and substitute:
20 "(I) THE GOVERNOR SHALL APPOINT SIX MEMBERS, AT LEAST ONE
21 OF WHOM HAS PROFESSIONAL FINANCE EXPERIENCE, AT LEAST ONE OF
22 WHOM IS A LICENSED CIVIL ENGINEER, AT LEAST ONE OF WHOM IS AN
23 ADVOCATE FOR AFFORDABLE TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS, AND AT LEAST
24 ONE OF WHOM IS A CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT. NO MORE THAN FOUR
25 OF THE MEMBERS APPOINTED BY THE GOVERNOR SHALL BE AFFILIATED
26 WITH THE SAME POLITICAL PARTY;
27 (II) THE SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES SHALL
28 APPOINT TWO MEMBERS, AT LEAST ONE OF WHOM MUST BE A PERSON WITH
29 A DISABILITY WHO ADVOCATES FOR PERSONS WITH ALL TYPES OF
30 DISABILITIES;
31 (III) THE PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE SHALL APPOINT TWO
32 MEMBERS, AT LEAST ONE OF WHOM MUST BE A CONTRACTOR WITH
33 EXPERIENCE WORKING ON TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS;
34 (IV) THE MINORITY LEADER OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
35 SHALL APPOINT TWO MEMBERS, AT LEAST ONE OF WHOM MUST BE A
36 LICENSED ATTORNEY; AND
37 (V) THE MINORITY LEADER OF THE SENATE SHALL APPOINT TWO
38 MEMBERS, AT LEAST ONE OF WHOM MUST REPRESENT OR ADVOCATE FOR
39 TRANSIT PROVIDERS.".
40
41 Page 30, strike lines 6 through 23.".
42
43 Page 6, line 1, strike ""(e)" and substitute ""(e)".
44
45 Page 6, strike line 3 and substitute: "Page 33, line 8, strike "AND THE
46 STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS TO RETAIN" and substitute "RETAIN,".".
47
48 Page 7, strike lines 10 and 11 and substitute: "TAKING TO MAKE TRANSIT
49 SERVICES AFFORDABLE FOR LOW-INCOME USERS, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
50 LIMITED TO, REDUCED COST PASSES.".".
51
52

House Journal, March 29
51 HB17-1242 be amended as follows, and as so amended, be referred to
52 the Committee of the Whole with favorable
53 recommendation:
54
2017 Page 660 House Journal--78th Day--March 29,
1 Amend printed bill, page 40, before line 1 insert:
2
3 "SECTION 22. Appropriation. (1) For the 2017-18 state fiscal
4 year, $179,550 is appropriated to the department of revenue. This
5 appropriation is from the general fund. To implement this act, the
6 department may use this appropriation as follows:
7 (a) $47,788 for use by the taxpayer services division for personal
8 services, which amount is based on an assumption that the division will
9 require an additional 1.1 FTE;
10 (b) $5,748 for use by the taxpayer services division for operating
11 expenses;
12 (c) $111,414 for use by the executive director's office for postage;
13 and
14 (d) $14,600 for tax administration IT system (GenTax) support;
15 (2) For the 2017-18 state fiscal year, $6,592 is appropriated to the
16 department of revenue. This appropriation is from the Colorado state
17 titling and registration account in the highway users tax fund created in
18 section 42-1-211 (2), C.R.S. To implement this act, the department may
19 use this appropriation for DMV IT system (DRIVES) support.
20 (3) For the 2017-18 state fiscal year, $6,592 is appropriated to the
21 office of the governor for use by the office of information technology.
22 This appropriation is from reappropriated funds received from the
23 department of revenue under subsection (2) of this section. To implement
24 this act, the office may use this appropriation to provide information
25 technology services for the department of revenue.".
26
27 Renumber succeeding sections accordingly.
28
29 Page 1, line 101, strike "FUNDING." and substitute "FUNDING, AND IN
30 CONNECTION THEREWITH, MAKING AN APPROPRIATION.".
31
32

House Journal, March 30
51 Amendment No. 1, Transportation & Energy Report, dated March 22,
52 2017, and placed in member's bill file; Report also printed in House
53 Journal, March 23, 2017.
54
2017 Page 674 House Journal--79th Day--March 30,
1 Amendment No. 2, Finance Report, dated March 27, 2017, and placed in
2 member's bill file; Report also printed in House Journal, March 28, 2017.
3
4 Amendment No. 3, Appropriations Report, dated March 29, 2017, and
5 placed in member's bill file; Report also printed in House Journal, March
6 29, 2017.
7
8 Amendment No. 4, by Representative(s) Duran and Mitsch Bush.
9
10 Amend the Finance Committee Report, dated March 27, 2017, page 1,
11 strike lines 2 through 5 and substitute: "2017, page 2, strike lines 20 and
12 21.
13
14 Page 2 of the Transportation and Energy Committee report, line 23, strike
15 ""Colorado" and substitute ""After paying the costs of the Colorado".
16
17 Page 3 of the Transportation report, strike lines 3 through 36.".
18
19 Page 1 of the Finance report, strike lines 9 through 13 and substitute:
20
21 "Page 4 of the Transportation report, strike lines 9 through 39.
22
23 Page 5 of the Transportation report, strike lines 1 through 4.".
24
25 Amendment No. 5, by Representative(s) Duran Mitsch Bush.
26
27 Amend the Transportation and Energy Committee Report, dated March
28 22, 2017, page 6, line 27, strike "ASSISTANCE."." and substitute
29 "ASSISTANCE.
30 (4) (a) THE DEPARTMENT SHALL ANNUALLY REPORT TO THE
31 TRANSPORTATION LEGISLATION REVIEW COMMITTEE OF THE GENERAL
32 ASSEMBLY CREATED IN SECTION 43-2-145 (1) REGARDING ITS
33 EXPENDITURES FROM THE PEDESTRIAN AND ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION
34 ACCOUNT OF THE FUND INCLUDING, AT A MINIMUM:
35 (I) AN AGGREGATE ACCOUNTING OF ALL MONEY EXPENDED FROM
36 THE ACCOUNT OF THE FUND DURING THE PRIOR FISCAL YEAR; AND
37 (II) A LISTING OF ALL PROJECTS RECEIVING FUNDING FROM THE
38 ACCOUNT DURING THE PRIOR FISCAL YEAR THAT INCLUDES FOR EACH
39 PROJECT:
40 (A) IDENTIFICATION OF THE ENTITY RECEIVING FUNDING FOR THE
41 PROJECT;
42 (B) THE AMOUNT OF ACCOUNT FUNDING PROVIDED FOR THE
43 PROJECT; AND
44 (C) THE AMOUNT OF LOCAL MATCHING MONEY PROVIDED FOR THE
45 PROJECT.
46 (b) NOTWITHSTANDING SECTION 24-1-136 (11)(a), THE REPORTING
47 REQUIREMENT SPECIFIED IN SUBSECTION (4)(a) OF THIS SECTION
48 CONTINUES INDEFINITELY.".".
49
50 Amendment No. 6, by Representative(s) Duran.
51
52 Amend the Transportation and Energy Committee Report, dated March
53 22, 2017, page 2, strike lines 18 and 19 and substitute:
54
55 "Page 17, strike lines 10 through 13 and substitute "MULTIMODAL CAPITAL
56 PROJECTS, THAT ARE DESIGNATED FOR TIER 1 FUNDING AS TEN-YEAR
2017 1 DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM PROJECTS ON THE DEPARTMENT'S
2 DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM PROJECT LIST, UNTIL ALL OF THE PROJECTS HAVE
3 BEEN FUNDED IN WHOLE OR IN PART WITH SUCH REVENUE AND ALL OF THE
4 PROJECTS ARE FULLY FUNDED, FOR TIER 2 FUNDING FOR SUCH PROJECTS
5 THEREAFTER, AND FOR MAINTENANCE, INCLUDING RAPID RESPONSE
6 MAINTENANCE, OF STATE HIGHWAYS.".".
7
8 Page 5 of the report, strike lines 25 and 26 and substitute:
9
10 "Page 25, strike lines 24 through 26 and substitute "AVAILABLE LIST OF
11 QUALIFIED FEDERAL AID TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS, INCLUDING
1 12 MULTIMODAL CAPITAL PROJECTS, THAT ARE DESIGNATED FOR TIER
13 FUNDING AS TEN-YEAR DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM PROJECTS ON THE
14 DEPARTMENT'S 2017 DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM PROJECT LIST AND THAT
15 THE DEPARTMENT WILL FUND WITH".
16
17 Page 28, strike lines 23 through 25 and substitute "QUALIFIED FEDERAL
18 AID TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS, INCLUDING MULTIMODAL CAPITAL
19 PROJECTS, THAT ARE DESIGNATED FOR TIER 1 FUNDING AS TEN-YEAR
2017 20 DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM PROJECTS ON THE DEPARTMENT'S
21 DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM PROJECT LIST, UNTIL ALL OF THE PROJECTS HAVE
22 BEEN FUNDED IN WHOLE OR IN PART WITH SUCH PROCEEDS AND REVENUE
23 AND ALL OF THE PROJECTS ARE FULLY FUNDED, FOR TIER 2 FUNDING FOR
24 SUCH PROJECTS THEREAFTER, AND FOR MAINTENANCE, INCLUDING RAPID
25 RESPONSE MAINTENANCE, OF STATE HIGHWAYS.".".
26
27 Amendment No. 7, by Representative(s) Duran.
28
29 Amend the Transportation and Energy Committee Report, dated March
30 22, 2017, page 2, after line 5 insert:
31
32 "Page 14 of the bill, line 3, after "(4)" add "and (5)".".
33
34 Page 2 of the report, strike line 14 and substitute:
35
36 "Page 16 of the bill, line 18, strike "THREE HUNDRED" and substitute
37 "SUBJECT TO THE LIMITATION SPECIFIED IN SUBSECTION (5) OF THIS
38 SECTION, THREE HUNDRED SEVENTY-FIVE".".
39
40 Page 2 of the report, after line 19 insert:
41
42 "Page 17 of the bill, after line 13 insert:
43 "(5) THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION SHALL NOT EXPEND
44 NET REVENUE THAT IS CREDITED TO THE STATE HIGHWAY FUND PURSUANT
45 TO SUBSECTION (4) OF THIS SECTION TO SUPPORT TOLL HIGHWAYS. THE
46 DEPARTMENT SHALL NOT EXPEND SUCH NET REVENUE TO SUPPORT TOLL
47 LANE CONSTRUCTION OR MAINTENANCE UNLESS:
48 (a) (I) A FEDERAL RECORD OF DECISION HAS BEEN ISSUED AS OF
49 THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS SUBSECTION (5)(a)(I); AND
50 (II) THE RECORD OF DECISION INCLUDED PLANNING STAGES IN
51 WHICH THE DEPARTMENT SOLICITED AND RECEIVED MEANINGFUL PUBLIC
52 PARTICIPATION AND INPUT; OR
53 (b) TOLL REVENUE IS NOT COLLECTED FOR THE SINGULAR OR
54 PRIMARY PURPOSE OF REVENUE GENERATION;
55 (c) TOLL REVENUE COLLECTION IS UTILIZED AS A MECHANISM TO
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1 INCREASE TRAVEL TIME RELIABILITY AND MITIGATE CONGESTION;
2 (d) THE PROJECT CONTAINS ONE OR MORE MULTIMODAL OR
3 ALTERNATIVE MODES OF TRAVEL FOR NONTOLL PAYING PERSONS,
4 INCLUDING BUS RAPID TRANSIT, INTERREGIONAL BUS SERVICE, LOCAL BUS
5 SERVICE, OR HIGH-OCCUPANCY PASSENGER VEHICLES;
6 (e) TOLL REVENUE REMAINS ON THE CORRIDOR IN WHICH IT WAS
7 RAISED AND IS EXPENDED BY THE DEPARTMENT ONLY FOR MAINTENANCE,
8 OPERATIONS, OR CONSTRUCTION OF MOBILITY IMPROVEMENTS; AND
9 (f) THE TOLL LANE IS CONSTRUCTED ADJACENT TO ONE OR MORE
10 UNTOLLED LANES, AND THE ADDITION OF THE TOLL LANE WILL RESULT IN
11 DEMONSTRABLY LOWER CONGESTION IN THE UNTOLLED LANES.".".
12
13 Amendment No. 8, by Representative(s) McKean.
14
15 Amend Amendment No. 7 by Representative Duran, printed in House
16 Journal page 675, after line 49 insert:
17 "(II) INCLUDES PLANNING AND CONSIDERATION OF AMENDMENTS
18 TO THE FEDERAL RECORD OF DECISION.".
19
20 Renumber succeeding subparagraphs accordingly.
21
22 Amendment No. 9, by Representative(s) Duran.
23
24 Amend the Transportation and Energy Committee Report, dated March
25 22, 2017, page 2, after line 5 insert:
26
27 "Page 13 of the bill, after line 3 insert:
28
29 "SECTION 12 In Colorado Revised Statutes, add 43-1-125 as
30 follows:
31 43-1-125. Study of high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) and
32 high-occupancy toll (HOT) lanes - report required. (1) NO LATER
33 THAN AUGUST 1, 2018, THE DEPARTMENT SHALL PREPARE AND PRESENT
34 TO THE TRANSPORTATION LEGISLATION REVIEW COMMITTEE CREATED IN
35 SECTION 43-2-145 (1) A REPORT CONCERNING THE DEPARTMENT'S
36 EVALUATION OF OPTIONS FOR MORE FLEXIBLE USE OF HIGH-OCCUPANCY
37 VEHICLE AND HIGH-OCCUPANCY TOLL LANES. THE REPORT SHALL
38 INCLUDE, AT A MINIMUM, THE RESULTS OF THE DEPARTMENT'S
39 EVALUATION OF OPTIONS FOR:
40 (a) CONVERSION OF HIGH-OCCUPANCY VEHICLE AND
41 HIGH-OCCUPANCY TOLL LANES FOR WHICH FREE USE BY A MOTOR VEHICLE
42 REQUIRES OCCUPANCY BY THREE OR MORE INDIVIDUALS, INCLUDING THE
43 DRIVER, TO FREE USE BY VEHICLES OCCUPIED BY TWO OR MORE
44 INDIVIDUALS, INCLUDING THE DRIVER, OR BY ONLY ONE INDIVIDUAL; AND
45 (b) MORE FLEXIBLE USE OF HIGH-OCCUPANCY VEHICLE AND
46 HIGH-OCCUPANCY TOLL LANES FOR WHICH FREE USE BY A MOTOR VEHICLE
47 GENERALLY REQUIRES OCCUPANCY BY THREE OR MORE INDIVIDUALS,
48 INCLUDING THE DRIVER, TO ALLOW FREE USE BY VEHICLES OCCUPIED BY
49 TWO OR MORE INDIVIDUALS, INCLUDING THE DRIVER, OR BY ONLY ONE
50 INDIVIDUAL, AT CERTAIN TIMES, ON THE BASIS OF CERTAIN TRAFFIC
51 CONDITIONS, OR ON OTHER APPROPRIATE GROUNDS.".
52
53 Renumber succeeding sections accordingly.".
54
1 Amendment No. 10, by Representative(s) Duran and Mitsch Bush.
2
3 Amend printed bill, page 37, line 13, strike "COMMITTEE. THE GOVERNOR,
4 TAKING INTO" and substitute "COMMITTEE, TEN OF WHOM ARE APPOINTED
5 AS FOLLOWS:
6
7 (I) THE GOVERNOR, TAKING INTO".
8
9 Page 37, line 15, strike "TEN" and substitute "SIX".
10
11 Page 37, line 16, strike "(I)" and substitute "(A)".
12
13 Page 37, line 20, strike "(II)" and substitute "(B)".
14
15 Page 37, line 23, after "43-4-1102 (5);" insert "AND".
16
17 Page 37, strike lines 24 through 26.
18
19 Page 37, line 27, strike "(IV)" and substitute "(C)".
20
21 Page 38, after line 1 insert:
22
23 "(II) FOUR MEMBERS SHALL BE APPOINTED BY THE LEADERSHIP OF
24 THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY AS FOLLOWS:
25 (A) THE PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE SHALL APPOINT ONE MEMBER
26 WHO IS A REPRESENTATIVE OF A LOCAL GOVERNMENT;
27 (B) THE SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES SHALL
28 APPOINT ONE MEMBER WHO IS A REPRESENTATIVE OF A LOCAL
29 GOVERNMENT;
30 (C) THE MINORITY LEADER OF THE SENATE SHALL APPOINT ONE
31 MEMBER WHO IS A REPRESENTATIVE OF A LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND
32 RESIDES IN A COMMUNITY THAT IS WEST OF THE CONTINENTAL DIVIDE;
33 AND
34 (D) THE MINORITY LEADER OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
35 SHALL APPOINT ONE MEMBER WHO IS A REPRESENTATIVE OF A LOCAL
36 GOVERNMENT AND RESIDES IN A COMMUNITY THAT IS EAST OF INTERSTATE
37 HIGHWAY 25.".
38
39 Amendment No. 11, by Representative(s) Duran and Mitsch Bush.
40
41 Amend printed bill, page 38, strike lines 6 through 13 and substitute:
42
43 "(b) APPOINTED COMMITTEE MEMBERS SERVE FOR FOUR-YEAR
44 TERMS; EXCEPT THAT THE INITIAL TERMS OF ONE OF THE MEMBERS
45 APPOINTED PURSUANT TO SUBSECTION (1)(a)(I)(A) OF THIS SECTION, TWO
46 OF THE MEMBERS APPOINTED PURSUANT TO SUBSECTION (1)(a)(I)(B) OF
47 THIS SECTION, AND THE MEMBERS APPOINTED PURSUANT TO SUBSECTIONS
48 (1)(a)(II)(A) AND (1)(a)(II)(B) OF THIS SECTION ARE TWO YEARS. THE
49 APPROPRIATE APPOINTING AUTHORITY MAY REMOVE AN APPOINTEE FOR
50 ANY CAUSE THAT RENDERS THE MEMBER INCAPABLE OF".
51
52 Page 38, lines 17 and 18, strike "COMMITTEE MEMBERS APPOINTED BY
53 THE GOVERNOR" and substitute "APPOINTED COMMITTEE MEMBERS".
54
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1 Amendment No. 12, by Representative(s) Pabon and Lebsock.
2
3 Amend printed bill, page 39, after line 27 insert:
4 "43-4-1105. "Keep Jobs In Colorado Act of 2013" -
5 application. The provisions of the "Keep Jobs In Colorado Act of 2013",
6 article 17 of title 8, apply to this part 11.".
7
8 Amendment No. 13, by Representative(s) Lawrence.
9
10 Amend printed bill, page 29, before line 25 insert:
11 "(VI) THE GOVERNOR SHALL APPOINT ONE ADDITIONAL MEMBER
12 WHO IS A REPRESENTATIVE OF THE TRUCKING INDUSTRY.".
13
14 As amended, ordered engrossed and placed on the Calendar for Third
15 Reading and Final Passage.
16 (For change in action, see Amendments to Report, page 685.)

Senate Journal, April 12
After consideration on the merits, the Committee recommends that HB17-1242 be
amended as follows, and as so amended, be referred to the Committee on Finance with
favorable recommendation.

Amend reengrossed bill, page 5, strike lines 17 through 27.

Strike page 6.

Page 7, strike lines 1 through 9 and substitute:

"SECTION 2. In Colorado Revised Statutes, 24-75-219, repeal
as added by Senate Bill 17-262 (2)(c.3)(I) and (2)(c.7)(I); and add
(2)(c.8) as follows:
24-75-219. Transfers - transportation - capital construction
- definitions. (2) (c.3) On June 30, 2019, the state treasurer shall
transfer:
(I) One hundred sixty million dollars from the general fund to the
highway users tax fund; and
(c.7) On June 30, 2020, the state treasurer shall transfer:
(I) One hundred sixty million dollars from the general fund to the
highway users tax fund; and
(c.8) ON JUNE 30 OF EACH STATE FISCAL YEAR COMMENCING ON
OR AFTER JULY 1, 2018, BUT BEFORE JULY 1, 2038, THE STATE TREASURER
SHALL TRANSFER ONE HUNDRED MILLION DOLLARS FROM THE GENERAL
FUND TO THE STATE HIGHWAY FUND CREATED IN SECTION 43-1-219.
SECTION 3. In Colorado Revised Statutes, 24-92-103.5, add
(3.5) as follows:
24-92-103.5. Construction of public projects - competitive
sealed best value bidding. (3.5) NOTWITHSTANDING SUBSECTION (3)(c)
OF THIS SECTION OR ANY OTHER PROVISION OF THIS ARTICLE 92, IF A
CONTRACT FOR A TRANSPORTATION PROJECT HAS A TOTAL ESTIMATED
COMPLETION COST OF FIFTY MILLION DOLLARS OR LESS AND THE
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION USES A COMPETITIVE SEALED BEST
VALUE BIDDING CONTRACT AWARD PROCESS FOR THE PROJECT, THE
DEPARTMENT, WHEN DETERMINING WHICH OF THE BIDDERS IS PROVIDING
THE BEST VALUE, SHALL NOT PENALIZE ANY DESIGN-BUILD FIRM THAT
SATISFIES THE LEVEL OF PREQUALIFICATION REQUIRED FOR THE PROJECT
FOR A LACK OF EXPERIENCE IN COMPLETING PROJECTS AWARDED ON A
BEST VALUE BASIS.
SECTION 4. In Colorado Revised Statutes, amend 24-92-107
as follows:
24-92-107. Prequalification of contractors - limitation on
shortlisting. Prospective contractors may be prequalified for particular
types of construction, and the method of compiling a list of and soliciting
from such potential contractors shall be pursuant to rules. IN ORDER TO
LOWER CONTRACTING COSTS AND ENSURE FAIR ACCESS TO CONTRACTING
OPPORTUNITIES FOR LOCAL CONTRACTORS AND WORKERS AND
DISADVANTAGED AND WOMEN-OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES, RULES OF
THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION THAT GOVERN THE
CONSIDERATION OF SUBMITTALS FOR ANY LEGALLY AUTHORIZED MEANS
OF CONTRACT PROCUREMENT FOR A PROJECT MUST LIMIT THE USE OF
SHORTLISTING BY REQUIRING THE DEPARTMENT TO CONSIDER, AT A
MINIMUM, THE LESSER OF ALL BIDS OR PROPOSALS SUBMITTED BY
PREQUALIFIED CONTRACTORS OR FIVE BIDS OR PROPOSALS SUBMITTED BY
PREQUALIFIED CONTRACTORS.".

Renumber succeeding sections accordingly.

Page 7, line 21, strike "FIFTY-TWO ONE-HUNDREDTHS" and substitute
"FOUR-TENTHS".

Page 8, line 13, strike "SIXTY-TWO one-hundredths" and substitute
"one-hundredths ONE-HALF OF ONE".

Page 9, line 5, strike "FIFTY-TWO ONE-HUNDREDTHS" and substitute
"FOUR-TENTHS".

Page 10, line 5, strike "THE FIRST THREE".

Page 10, strike lines 6 and 7 and substitute "EIGHTY-FIVE PERCENT OF THE
NET REVENUE COLLECTED".

Page 10, lines 12 and 13, strike "THE REMAINING THIRTY PERCENT OF THE
REMAINDER" and substitute "FIFTEEN PERCENT".

Page 11, lines 15 and 16, strike "SIXTY-TWO one-hundredths" and
substitute "one-hundredths ONE-HALF OF ONE".

Page 12, line 10, after "repeal" insert "as amended by House Bill
17-1107".

Page 12, after line 10 insert:

"SECTION 12. In Colorado Revised Statutes, 43-1-1104, amend
(1)(b) and (2) as follows:
43-1-1104. Transportation advisory committee. (1) (b) No
later than three months after May 20, 2009, the executive director, in
consultation with the commission, shall appoint a special interim transit
and rail advisory committee to specifically advise the commission and the
executive director regarding the initial focus of the transit and rail
division created in section 43-1-117.5 and to recommend a long-term
advisory structure, including the advisory structure's purpose and role, in
support of the transit and rail-related functions of the department. The
special interim transit and rail advisory committee shall MUST include
such representatives of industries and other groups interested in transit
and rail issues and such other individuals as the executive director, in
consultation with the commission, deems appropriate; except that the
committee shall include, at a minimum, one or more:
(I) Representatives of transit operators;
(II) Representatives of class I railroads;
(III) Representatives of short line railroads; and
(IV) Representatives of entities or interest groups involved in the
promotion, planning, or development of passenger rail systems;
(V) REPRESENTATIVES OF METROPOLITAN PLANNING
ORGANIZATIONS;
(VI) REPRESENTATIVES OF LOCAL GOVERNMENTS;
(VII) ADVOCATES FOR AFFORDABLE TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS;
(VIII) PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES WHO ADVOCATE FOR PERSONS
WITH ALL TYPES OF DISABILITIES; AND
(IX) ADVOCATES FOR BICYCLISTS AND PEDESTRIANS.
(2) The committee shall provide advice to both the department
and the commission on the needs of the transportation systems in
Colorado, including but not limited to budgets, transportation
improvement programs, the statewide transportation improvement
program, transportation plans, and state transportation policies, and shall
review and provide comment to both the department and the commission
on all regional transportation plans submitted for the transportation
planning regions, AND SHALL OVERSEE THE ALLOCATION OF MONEY IN
THE TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS ACCOUNT OF THE MULTIMODAL
TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS FUND CREATED IN SECTION 43-4-1103 (1) AS
SPECIFIED IN PART 11 OF ARTICLE 4 OF THIS TITLE 43. The activities of the
committee shall not be construed to DO NOT constrain or replace the
county hearing process.".

Renumber succeeding sections accordingly.

Page 13, strike line 7.

Page 13, line 8, strike "43-4-1104 (1)," and substitute "TRANSIT AND RAIL
ADVISORY COMMITTEE CREATED IN SECTION 43-1-1104 (1),".

Page 13, after line 15 insert:

"SECTION 14. In Colorado Revised Statutes, 43-1-123, add
(2.5) as follows:
43-1-123. Project closure and project reporting requirements.
(2.5) NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER PROVISION OF STATE LAW AND IN
ADDITION TO THE INFORMATION REQUIRED TO BE REPORTED PURSUANT TO
SUBSECTION (2) OF THIS SECTION, FOR ANY TRANSPORTATION PROJECT
FOR WHICH THE DEPARTMENT AWARDS A CONTRACT BASED ON BEST
VALUE SELECTION ON OR AFTER JULY 1, 2018, THE DEPARTMENT, IN
ORDER TO PROVIDE INFORMATION TO THE PUBLIC AND IMPROVE THE
TRANSPARENCY OF ITS PROPOSAL SOLICITATION AND CONTRACT AWARD
PROCESS FOR TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS, SHALL:
(a) REPORT ON ITS PUBLIC WEBSITE WITHIN THIRTY DAYS OF THE
CONTRACT AWARD AND MAINTAIN ON ITS WEBSITE FOR AT LEAST ONE
YEAR THEREAFTER AN EXECUTIVE SUMMARY OF ALL PROPOSALS
SUBMITTED IN RESPONSE TO ITS SOLICITATION OF PROPOSALS FOR THE
PROJECT;
(b) MAKE AVAILABLE FOR REVIEW AND REPRODUCTION AT THE
DEPARTMENT'S HEADQUARTERS FOR A PERIOD OF AT LEAST ONE YEAR
FOLLOWING THE DATE OF THE CONTRACT AWARD THE DEPARTMENT'S
SCORING OF ALL PROPOSALS SUBMITTED IN RESPONSE TO ITS
SOLICITATION OF PROPOSALS FOR THE PROJECT; AND
(c) MAKE AVAILABLE FOR REVIEW ONLY AT THE DEPARTMENT'S
HEADQUARTERS FOR A PERIOD OF AT LEAST ONE YEAR FOLLOWING THE
DATE OF THE CONTRACT AWARD THE STATEMENT OF QUALIFICATIONS AND
PROPOSALS FOR EACH PERSON THAT SUBMITTED A PROPOSAL IN RESPONSE
TO THE DEPARTMENT'S SOLICITATION OF PROPOSALS FOR THE PROJECT;
EXCEPT THAT THE DEPARTMENT SHALL NOT MAKE ANY SPECIFIC
CORPORATE FINANCIAL INFORMATION SUBMITTED AVAILABLE FOR
REVIEW.".

Renumber succeeding sections accordingly.

Page 14, after line 11 insert:

"SECTION 16. In Colorado Revised Statutes, 43-1-1406, add
(6) as follows:
43-1-1406. General procedures. (6) NOTWITHSTANDING ANY
OTHER PROVISION OF THIS PART 14, IF A DESIGN-BUILD CONTRACT FOR A
TRANSPORTATION PROJECT HAS A TOTAL ESTIMATED COMPLETION COST
OF FIFTY MILLION DOLLARS OR LESS AND THE DEPARTMENT USES EITHER
A BEST VALUE OR ADJUSTED SCORE DESIGN-BUILD CONTRACT PROCESS,
THE DEPARTMENT, WHEN DETERMINING WHICH OF THE DESIGN-BUILD
FIRMS THAT HAVE SUBMITTED STATEMENTS OF QUALIFICATIONS ARE THE
MOST HIGHLY QUALIFIED AND MAY RESPOND TO A REQUEST FOR
PROPOSALS FOR THE TRANSPORTATION PROJECT OR WHEN DETERMINING
WHICH DESIGN-BUILD FIRM THAT HAS MADE A RESPONSIVE PROPOSAL IS
PROVIDING THE BEST VALUE, SHALL NOT PENALIZE ANY DESIGN-BUILD
FIRM THAT SATISFIES THE LEVEL OF PREQUALIFICATION REQUIRED FOR
THE PROJECT FOR A LACK OF EXPERIENCE IN COMPLETING PROJECTS
AWARDED ON A DESIGN-BUILD BASIS.".

Renumber succeeding sections accordingly.

Page 18, lines 2 and 3, strike "THREE HUNDRED SEVENTY-FIVE MILLION
DOLLARS PER YEAR" and substitute "FORTY-ONE AND TWO-TENTHS
PERCENT".

Page 20, line 25, strike "43-4-1104 (3)(c)" and substitute "43-4-1104
(1)(c)".

Page 22, line 23, strike "43-4-1104 (3)(c)" and substitute "43-4-1104
(1)(c)".
Page 26, line 14, after "BILLION" insert "FIVE HUNDRED MILLION".

Page 26, line 27, strike "FIFTY MILLION DOLLARS" and substitute "FROM
THE MONEY TRANSFERRED FROM THE GENERAL FUND TO THE STATE
HIGHWAY FUND ON JUNE 30 OF THE PRIOR FISCAL YEAR PURSUANT TO
SECTION 24-75-219 (2)(c.8) UNTIL ALL OF THE MONEY TRANSFERRED IS
PAID; NEXT,".

Page 27, line 3, strike "43-4-206 (4);" and substitute "43-4-206 (4) UNTIL
FIFTY MILLION DOLLARS IS PAID;".

Page 27, lines 11 and 12, strike "SEVEN HUNDRED FIFTEEN MILLION ONE"
and substitute "FIVE HUNDRED SEVENTY-SIX MILLION SEVEN".

Page 27, strike line 14 and substitute "INCLUDING FUNDING LOCAL CITY
AND COUNTY PRIORITIES, MUNICIPAL AND COUNTY ROADS, STATE
HIGHWAYS, INTERSTATE HIGHWAYS, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO I-25
AND I-70,".

Page 27, line 19, strike "0.62%" and substitute "0.50% WITH THE
EXCEPTION OF FOOD, MEDICINE, UTILITIES, AND GAS, WHICH WILL BE
EXEMPT,".

Page 27, line 21, strike "$5,000,000,000" and substitute
"$5,500,000,000".

Page 27, line 27, strike "0.62%" and substitute "0.50%".

Page 28, line 4, strike "THIRTY" and substitute "FORTY-FIVE".

Page 32, line 7, after "OPTIONS," insert "AT LEAST ONE OF WHOM IS A
REPRESENTATIVE OF THE TRUCKING INDUSTRY,".

Page 32, strike lines 24 and 25.

Page 36, strike lines 18 and 19 and substitute:

"(3) "COMMITTEE" MEANS THE TRANSIT AND RAIL ADVISORY
COMMITTEE APPOINTED PURSUANT TO SECTION 43-1-1104 (1)(b).".

Page 39, line 4, strike "43-4-1104 (3)(c)" and substitute "43-4-1104
(1)(c)".

Page 41, strike lines 3 through 27.

Strike page 42.
Page 43, strike lines 1 through 5 and substitute:

"43-4-1104. Allocation of fund by transit and rail advisory
committee - annual reporting requirement. (1) THE COMMITTEE
SHALL EQUITABLY,".

Renumber succeeding subsections accordingly.

Page 43, line 9, strike "THE PERFORMANCE OF ITS FUNCTION," and
substitute "THAT PURPOSE,".

Page 44, line 11, strike "AND FUND".

Page 44, line 14, strike "WHEN".

Page 44, strike lines 15 through 27.

Renumber succeeding subsection accordingly.

Page 45, line 19, strike "(4)(a)" and substitute "(2)(a)".

Page 46, line 24, strike "16" and substitute "21".

Page 46, line 27, strike "Section 16" and substitute "Sections 21, 28, and
29".