2019 California Code
Streets and Highways Code - SHC
DIVISION 17 - TOLL FACILITIES AND RELATED MATTERS
CHAPTER 2 - Particular Highway Crossings
ARTICLE 5 - San Francisco-Oakland Rapid Transit Tube
Section 30775.1.

30775.1.  

On and after the date revenues are made available to the district under Article 2 (commencing with Section 29140) of Chapter 7 of Part 2 of Division 10 of the Public Utilities Code and notwithstanding any agreement between the district and the department to the contrary, the district shall have sole control and responsibility over all matters relating to the rapid transit tube, including construction. On and after the imposition of such transactions and use tax, the department shall have no authority or responsibility relative to the tube, including actions taken or disbursements made by the district relative thereto whether made heretofore or hereafter. Upon completion and acceptance by the district of all or any portion of the tube, and notwithstanding any existing agreement between the district and the department, title to any such portion shall immediately vest in the district, and the state shall have no further obligation or responsibility therefor except its obligations to aid in the financing of the rapid transit tube as provided in this article. Funds to be provided to the district hereunder shall be furnished to the district by the department in accordance with schedules furnished by the district to the department from time to time showing the amounts reasonably required by the district from time to time to meet its accruing obligations for costs of the rapid transit tube and approaches. Such schedules shall be furnished monthly or at such other intervals as the district and the department may agree upon.

The department is authorized to retain in a fund established for such purpose money to cover contingent liabilities including claims arising out of the construction contracts. The district may deposit in such fund moneys derived from Article 2 (commencing with Section 29140) of Chapter 7 of Part 2 of Division 10 of the Public Utilities Code or other moneys or credits available to the district. The amounts to be retained in such fund and disbursements from such fund shall be at the direction of the department. The department, however, shall not retain a greater amount than is necessary to cover anticipated claims by the contractor or moneys necessary to meet estimated contingent liabilities. In determining the amount of claims and contingencies, the department shall, to the greatest extent possible, base such amounts upon evaluation of the amount of claims and contingent items prepared by the district.

The department shall to the extent practicable invest moneys in such fund in bonds and obligations eligible for investment of surplus state money. All moneys placed in such fund by the district which are not derived from revenues of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge Toll Revenue Fund shall be invested separately and any interest thereon shall be credited to the district. The department shall return to the district any such moneys not necessary to cover claims or contingencies.

(Added by Stats. 1969, Ch. 24.)

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