1.As used in sections 1 through 3 of P.L.2013, c.130 (C.27:7-44.18 through C.27:7-44.20):
"Acknowledgement sign" means a sign that is intended to inform the traveling public that a highway-related service, product, or monetary contribution has been sponsored by a person, firm, or entity and which meets all design and placement guidelines for acknowledgement signs as established pursuant to the provisions of the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices for Streets and Highways and all sign design principles provided in the federal Standard Highway Signs and Markings Book.
"Advertising sign" means a sign that is intended to promote commercial products or services through the use of slogans and information and informs the public on where to obtain the products or services.
"Department" means the Department of Transportation.
"Highway" means any street or roadway that is open to public travel and includes, but is not limited to, the street or roadway, shoulders, and sidewalks; the airspace above and below the street or roadway; areas for drainage, utilities, landscaping, berms, and fencing; and rest areas and service areas.
"Sponsorship agreement" means an agreement or contract between the department and a person, firm, or entity to be acknowledged for a highway-related service, product, or monetary contribution provided.
"Sponsorship program" means a program administered by the department, that complies with pertinent federal laws, rules, regulations, and orders, and allows a person, firm, or entity to sponsor department operational activities or other highway-related services or programs through the provision of a highway-related service, product, or monetary contribution.
L.2013, c.130, s.1.
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