§ 33.2-1524

Transportation Trust Fund

There is hereby created in the Department of the Treasury a special nonreverting fund to be known as the Transportation Trust Fund, consisting of:

1. Funds remaining for highway construction purposes among the highway systems pursuant to § 33.2-358.

2. The additional revenues generated by enactments of Chapters 11, 12, and 15 of the 1986 Acts of Assembly, Special Session I, and designated for this fund.

3. Tolls and other revenues derived from the projects financed or refinanced pursuant to this title that are payable into the state treasury and tolls and other revenues derived from other transportation projects, which may include upon the request of the applicable appointed local governing body, as soon as their obligations have been satisfied, such tolls and revenue derived for transportation projects pursuant to the Chesapeake Bay Bridge and Tunnel District and Commission established in Chapter 22 (§ 33.2-2200 et seq.) and to the Richmond Metropolitan Transportation Authority established in Chapter 29 (§ 33.2-2900 et seq.), or if the appointed local governing body requests refunding or advanced refunding by the Board and such refunding or advanced refunding is approved by the General Assembly. Such funds shall be held in separate subaccounts of the Transportation Trust Fund to the extent required by law or the Board.

4. Such other funds as may be appropriated by the General Assembly from time to time and designated for the Transportation Trust Fund.

5. All interest, dividends, and appreciation that may accrue to the Transportation Trust Fund and the Highway Maintenance and Operating Fund.

6. All amounts required by contract to be paid over to the Transportation Trust Fund.

7. Concession payments paid to the Commonwealth by a private entity pursuant to the Public-Private Transportation Act of 1995 (§ 33.2-1800 et seq.).


1986, Sp. Sess., c. 13, § 33.1-23.03:1; 1988, cc. 844, 903; 1991, cc. 666, 713; 1992, c. 108; 1993, c. 793; 2006, c. 922; 2009, c. 471; 2014, c. 805; 2014, cc. 469, 805.


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