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Major Highway Development Subprogram statutes
There are five key major highway development program statutes:
ss 84.013 (1) - Definition of a major highway project.
ss 84.013 (2m) - Requires the department to annually adjust the amounts specified in sub. 84.013 (1) (a) 1m and 2m to reflect the annual change in the Wisconsin Department of Transportation Price Index, Yearly Moving Average, as maintained by the department. Accordingly, effective October 1, 2013 the adjusted values are as follows: $32,400,000 for subsection 1m, and $81,000,000 for subsection 2m.
ss 13.489 (1m) - Approval of TPC required to conduct environmental study of potential major projects.
ss 13.489 (2) - WisDOT makes enumeration recommendations for Commission consideration.
ss 13.489 (4) - The TPC reviews and recommends projects for enumeration.
ss 13.489 (4) (4m) - The TPC approves ss 84.013(1)(a)(2m) high cost projects for construction as major projects.
Southeast Wisconsin freeway megaproject statutes
ss 84.0145 (1) (c) - Definition of a Southeast Wisconsin freeway megaproject.
ss 84.0145 (4) - Requires the department to annually adjust the amounts specified in sub. 84.045 (1) (c) to reflect the annual change in the Wisconsin Department of Transportation Price Index, Yearly Moving Average, as maintained by the department. Accordingly, effective October 1, 2013, the adjusted value is $542,000,000.
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