California Public Resources Code Division 23.7 - Preservation of Future Transportation Options

  • Section 33910.
    As used in this division, department means the Department of Transportation.(Added by Stats. 1992, Ch. 754, Sec. 2. Effective January 1, 1993.)
  • Section 33911.
    The department may receive donations of land and funds for the acquisition of land from local agencies, including special districts, and private entities. Land acquired...
  • Section 33912.
    (a) Of the funds appropriated to the Department of Transportation by Section 161030 of the Public Utilities Code, all money remaining on July 1, 1993,...
  • Section 33913.
    Land may be acquired by the department if the land is located in a designated corridor of statewide or regional priority as determined pursuant to...
  • Section 33914.
    The determinations made pursuant to this division shall not constitute the basis for a determination of compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act for purposes...
  • Section 33915.
    The acquisition and holding of land under this division constitutes a public purpose, notwithstanding Section 1240.220 of the Code of Civil Procedure.(Added by Stats. 1992,...
  • Section 33916.
    Nothing in this division limits the authority conferred on the department by Section 104.6 of the Streets and Highways Code.(Added by Stats. 1992, Ch. 754,...
  • Section 33917.
    (a) A transportation planning agency, a county transportation commission, or a county transportation authority may create a transportation corridor preservation entity within the area of...

Last modified: September 9, 2016