Arizona Revised Statutes § 49-593 Violations; Civil Penalties

49-593. Violations; civil penalties

A. On determining a violation of this article the board shall request the county attorney to take appropriate legal action.

B. Violations of any of the following requirements may subject a major employer to increased civil penalties:

1. Failure to collect or supply information requested by the task force.

2. Failure to disseminate information on alternate modes and other travel reduction measures as specified in this article.

3. Failure to designate a transportation coordinator.

4. Failure to submit an approvable travel reduction plan.

5. Failure to implement an approved plan within the time schedule provided or failure to perform a revision of a plan as required by the task force.

C. Failure by a major employer to meet travel reduction goals as prescribed in section 49-588 does not constitute a violation if the major employer is attempting in good faith to meet the goals.

D. Except as provided in subsection C of this section, any employer that violates the requirements of this article is subject to a civil penalty of not to exceed one hundred dollars for a first violation, two hundred dollars for a second violation within one year and three hundred dollars for each additional violation within one year. Violations of this article which continue for more than one day constitute separate violations on each day. All civil penalties collected shall be deposited in the county general fund.

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