Section: Repeal of repealing statute
1. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provisions of the act hereby supplemented or any other law, the New Jersey Turnpike Authority shall submit to the Governor, the Chairs of the Appropriations Committees of the Senate and General Assembly, and the Director of the Division of Budget and Accounting of the Department of the Treasury, the following reports:
a. Within 90 days after the end of each of its fiscal years, a complete and detailed report of (1) its operations and accomplishments during said year; (2) its receipts and disbursements, or revenues and expenses, during said year in accordance with the categories or classifications established by the authority for its own operating and capital outlay purposes and in accordance with such other categories and classifications as may be designated by any of the persons enumerated in section 1 of this act; (3) its assets and liabilities at the end of said year, including the status of reserve, depreciation, special or other funds and including the receipts and payments of these funds; (4) a schedule of its bonds outstanding at the end of said year, together with a statement of the amounts redeemed, authorized, issued and defeased during that year; and (5) a listing of all contracts exceeding $100,000.00 entered into during said year;
b. Before the close of each of its fiscal years, a complete and detailed report of its operating and capital construction budget, in the form and detail established by the authority for its own operating and capital outlay budget and in such form and detail as may be designated by any of the persons enumerated in section 1 of this act for the next succeeding fiscal year, including its receipts and disbursements or revenues and expenses, for the prior fiscal year and its estimated receipts and disbursements, or revenues and expenses, for said year and for the succeeding fiscal year;
c. Prior to December 1 of each year, the authority shall prepare and file with the commissioner a Capital Project and Investment Plan that details proposed transportation projects and proposed work on existing transportation projects that further the goals of attaining coordinated and integrated Statewide and regional transportation systems. The plan shall address, among other matters, the interconnection of the New Jersey Turnpike and the Garden State Parkway with other transportation systems. The plan should also consider the impact of an improved transportation system on the State's economy. The commissioner is authorized to appoint a five-member advisory committee composed of persons with experience in transportation planning, finance, or economics to review and make recommendations to the commissioner as to the plan.
The commissioner shall include as part of the Annual Transportation Capital Program, submitted pursuant to section 22 of P.L.1984,c.73 (C.27:1B-22), the Capital Project and Investment Plan for review by the Legislature, but no authorization or approval by the Legislature shall be required for the authority to undertake the projects proposed in the plan or to undertake work on existing transportation projects.
L.1970,c.184,s.1; amended 2003,c.79,s.7.
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