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Mainedot planning process and programs: access management
Appendix C2 - Mobility and Retrograde Arterial Corridors
Amend the bill by striking out everything after the enacting clause and before the summary and inserting in its place the following:
'Sec. 1. 30-A MRSA §4404, sub-§5, as enacted by PL 1989, c. 104, Pt. A, §45 and Pt. C, §10, is amended to read:
5. Traffic. The proposed subdivision will not cause unreasonable highway or public road congestion or unsafe conditions with respect to the use of the highways or public roads existing or proposed and, if the proposed subdivision requires driveways or entrances onto a state or state aid highway located outside the urban compact area of an urban compact municipality as defined by Title 23, section 754, the Department of Transportation has provided documentation indicating that the driveways or entrances conform to Title 23, section 704 and any rules adopted under that section;'
Further amend the bill by inserting at the end before the summary the following:
The Department of Transportation will incur some minor additional costs to provide required documentation in certain subdivision reviews. These costs can be absorbed within the department's existing budgeted resources.'
This amendment replaces the bill and amends the subdivision review criteria for traffic by requiring documentation from the Department of Transportation including that the proposed subdivision conforms to the law regulating entrances to highways. The amendment also adds a fiscal note to the bill.
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