Rep. Jay Hoffman
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AMENDMENT TO SENATE BILL 1418
AMENDMENT NO. ______. Amend Senate Bill 1418, AS AMENDED,
with reference to page and line numbers of House Amendment No.
2, on page 1, line 5, after "Section 2", by inserting "and
adding Section 10"; and
on page 3, line 17, by replacing "(Source: P.A. 93-432, eff.
6-1-04.)" with the following:
"(Source: P.A. 93-432, eff. 6-1-04.)
(45 ILCS 105/10 new)
Urbanized Area Formula Funding program; Madison
Mass Transit District.
(a) As used in this Section:
"Agency" means the Bi-State Development Agency.
"District" means the Madison Mass Transit District.
"Federal formula" means the Urbanized Area Formula Funding
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program under 49 USC 5307.
(b) The Agency shall pass through to the District on an
annual basis the amount of federal formula assistance equal to
100% of the Alton/Wood River urbanized area formula allocation
as capital assistance, on the basis that the District is the
exclusive provider of public transit service in the Alton/Wood
River urbanized area with total responsibility for capital and
operating expenses to deliver such services. The District shall
be responsible for any obligations associated with the receipt
of these funds as required by the Federal Transit
(c) The Agency shall pass through to the District 100% of
that portion of the federal formula funds allocation generated
to the St. Louis urbanized area as a result of the District's
filing of National Transit Database statistics for passengers
miles and revenue miles for those transportation services
operated and reported by the District, including motor bus,
demand response, and vanpool services, as defined by the
Federal Transit Administration. The Agency shall use the
Federal Transit Administration Unit Values of Data, published
annually in the Federal Register, to calculate this allocation
each year. The District shall be responsible for any
obligations associated with the receipt of these funds as
required by the Federal Transit Administration.
(d) The Agency shall retain the federal formula funds
allocated by the Federal Transit Administration to the region
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on the basis of Madison County, Illinois population and
population density within the St. Louis urbanized area.
Additionally, the Agency shall retain those federal formula
funds allocated on the basis of regular fixed route and
seasonal services operated and reported by the Agency in the
St. Louis urbanized area. These revenues shall constitute the
total financial commitment and payment in full for:
(1) all claims, debts or obligations, rights,
liabilities, direct or indirect, made or asserted by the
Agency, arising out of any previous service agreements,
issues, or relationship between the District and the Agency
occurring on or before June 30, 2019; and
(2) any capital or operating subsidy for the MetroLink
Light Rail System, as currently configured or as may be
extended in the future. The Agency shall afford the
District's bus passengers and vehicles full access to the
MetroLink system without any additional fees or surcharges
above and beyond those fares typically charged residents of
the St. Clair County, the City of St. Louis, Missouri, or
St. Louis County, Missouri, for comparable distance trips,
subject to any agreement between the Agency and the
District existing on the effective date of this amendatory
Act of the 101st General Assembly, until such time
MetroLink is extended into Madison County.