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the interstate cost estimate approved in nineteen hundred eighty-five in public law 99-4 of the United States and any other elements subsequently added to the proiect. Notwithstanding any

other provision of law including this chapter. no part of this appropriation shall be apportioned to any other department, agency or authority. No expenditures shall be made from this appropriation for personal services and expenses of

the department of transportation. Notwithstanding any other provision of

law all obligations of the state for the costs of the Westway project, during state fiscal year 1985-86 shall be made from this appropriationi provided howeyer payments may be made for those services and expenses appropriated for the Westway management program in a chapter of the laws of 1985 proposed in legislative bill number S. 10517 A. 1351 as amended. Notwithstanding any other provisions of law, the comptroller shall create separate account within the federal capital projects fund

for the purposes of this appropriation. The comptroller shall record all receipts credited to such account from federal reimbursements for Westway disbursements

for capital purposes. The federal capital projects funds shall become available only when the federal highway administration shall notify the commissioner of transportation (a) that particular Westway projects that have been submitted by the commissioner of transportation to the federal highway administration have been approved: and (b) that the required share of federal funds have been apportioned to the state of New York for expenditures in accordance with federal laws relating to such federal-aid. This appropriation is made in expectation of the federal government providing the state of New York with federal moneys to reimburse New York State for ninety percent of such costs. The commissioner of transportation shall notify the director of the budget, the chairman of the sen

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CAPITAL PROJECTS

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and means committee: (a) prior to the department of transportation entering into a contract without the necessary federal authorization for reimbursement; and (b) when the federal government denies reimbursement after approval for reimburse

ment of any contract. Prior to the obligation of any funds for

costs other than consultants or land acquisition, the Governor and the Mayor of New York City shall enter into a written agreement concerning future funding for Westway and the Governor shall provide copies of such agreement to the temporary president of the senate and the speaker of the assembly. Such agreement shall include funding sources (state. city or other sources) for any items in the future that may not be federally reimbursed and for the local match for items reimbursed from other than the federal aid interstate highway program. The items in the following schedule are

projects with a common purpose and as such may be interchanged without limitation subiect to the approval of the

director of the division of the budget. This appropriation is made for the

projects in accordance with the following schedule:

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NON-FEDERALLY AIDED HIGHWAY CAPITAL PROJECTS (CCP)

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For the payment of the costs, including

the payment of liabilities incurred prior to April one, nineteen hundred eighty-five, of state highways, parkways, and other highway facilities including bridges and including work appurtenant and ancillary thereto. Project costs funded from this appropriation may include but shall not be limited to preliminary planning and feasibility studies, survey and design, property acquisition and construction and reconstruction, reconditioning and preservation; materials testing; and the contract engineering services provided by

private firms. The items shown in the project schedule

below shall be for projects with a common purpose

be interchanged without limitation subject to the approval of the director of the division

of the budget. No expenditures shall be made from this

appropriation for personal services other than for costs of private firms retained pursuant to section fourteen of the transportation law. (17048522)

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(thousands) Non-Federal Participating

Shares and Emergency Proj-
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500 Other State Highway Systems Materials and Inspections ..

1,100 Non-Federal Participating

Shares and Emergency Proj-
ects

6,400 Bridges Materials and Inspections

500 Non-Federal Participating

Shares and Emergency Proj-
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1,800 Reconditioning and Preserva

tion Maintenance Projects

17,000 State Projects

68,000 Safety Materials and Inspections ..

$500 Non-Federal Participating

Shares and Emergency Proj-
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of five million dollars ( $5,000,000) is hereby appropriated for the design, acquisition of property, and construction of highway and bridge projects related to industrial access. For the purposes of this appropriation, industrial access shall also include improvements that would benefit the agricultural industry. No funds shall be allocated for such purposes until the commissioner enters into an agreement subject to the approval of the director of the budget with any public or private entity for the repayment of forty percent of the cost of such project within five years of the execution of the agreement. All funds shall be repaid to the credit of the capital projects fund. All projects must approved by the director of the budget prior to the obligation

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