Administration of public contracts.
Purchases by department subject to competitive bids; advertisement; emergency purchases; bid specifications.
Sale of building; acceptance of replacement building.
Innovative transportation projects; department to establish program.
Authority of department to enter into agreements for construction aggregate materials.
Construction aggregate materials.
Purchase and use of clay, peat, gravel, sand, or any other solid substance extracted from borrow pits.
Authority to implement a business development program.
Authority of department to purchase surplus properties from the Federal Government.
Qualifications of professional consultants and other providers of contractual services; performance bonds; and audits of indirect costs.
Professional service providers; requirement for professional liability insurance.
Contracts for right-of-way services.
Contracts for planning services.
Hazardous materials and pollutants; indemnification.
Contracting authority of department; bids; emergency repairs, supplemental agreements, and change orders; combined design and construction contracts; progress payments; records; requirements of vehicle registration.
Contracting and procurement authority of the department; settlements; notification required.
Contracting for monuments and memorials to military veterans at rest areas.
Socially and economically disadvantaged business enterprises; notice requirements.
Socially and economically disadvantaged business enterprises; punishment for false representation.
Efforts to encourage awarding contracts to disadvantaged business enterprises.
Application for qualification; certificate of qualification; restrictions; request for hearing.
Payment of construction or maintenance contracts.
Disqualification of delinquent contractors from bidding; determination of contractor nonresponsibility; denial, suspension, and revocation of certificates of qualification; grounds; hearing.
Legislative intent with respect to integrity of public contracting process.
Contract crime; denial or revocation of a certificate of qualification.
Moneys recovered for violations of antitrust laws.
Administrative procedures; stays and injunctions.
Confidentiality of official estimates, identities of potential bidders, and bid analysis and monitoring system.
Effect of ch. 83-4 on existing remedies.
Surety bonds for construction or maintenance contracts; requirement with respect to contract award; bond requirements; defaults; damage assessments.
Suits by and against department; limitation of actions; forum.
Acquisition of rail corridors.
Notification of land use changes in designated transportation corridors.
Acquisition, lease, and disposal of real and personal property.
Donations for landscape projects.
Lease of property for joint public-private development and areas above or below department property.
Execution and effect of instruments of sale, lease, or conveyance executed by department.
Exercise of power of eminent domain by department; procedure; title; cost.
Recording of municipal maps of reservation for transportation corridors and transportation facilities; establishment of building setback lines; restrictions on issuance of development permits; hearings.
Authority of department agent or employee to enter lands, waters, and premises of another in the performance of duties.
Issuance of bonds for right-of-way land acquisition and state bridge construction.
Vesting of title to roads; liability for torts.
Use of right-of-way for utilities subject to regulation; permit; fees.
Damage to public road caused by utility.
Interference caused by utility; expenses.
Removal or relocation of utility facilities; notice and order; court review.
Trees or other vegetation within rights-of-way of State Highway System or publicly owned rail corridors; removal or damage; penalty.
Unlawful use of state transportation facility right-of-way; penalties.
Definitions; unlawful use of state-maintained road right-of-way by nonfranchised cable and video services.
Regulation of signs and lights within rights-of-way.
Regulation of bus stops, benches, transit shelters, street light poles, waste disposal receptacles, and modular news racks within rights-of-way.
Willfully or maliciously removing, damaging, destroying, altering, or appropriating benches, transit shelters, waste receptacles, or advertising displayed thereon; penalty.