Substitute House Bill No. 5914

Public Act No. 01-105

AN ACT REVISING CERTAIN TRANSPORTATION LAWS.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Assembly convened:

Section 1. (NEW) The Airport Rescue Fire Fighting Unit of Bradley International Airport is established as a fire department that shall have jurisdiction within Bradley International Airport for aircraft and structural fire protection and emergency medical services and shall not be considered to be within the jurisdiction of any municipality.

Sec. 2. (NEW) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes or a municipal ordinance, the fire chief of the fire department at Bradley International Airport, or any member serving in the capacity of the fire officer-in-charge shall, when any fire department or company is responding to or operating at a fire, service call or other emergency at Bradley International Airport, (1) control and direct emergency activities at such scene, (2) order any person to leave any building, aircraft or place in the vicinity of such fire for the purpose of protecting such person from injury, and (3) have all other authority provided to a fire chief or a fire officer-in-charge pursuant to section 7-313e of the general statutes.

Sec. 3. Subsection (c) of section 13a-73 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

(c) The commissioner may purchase any land and take a deed thereof in the name of the state when such land is needed in connection with the layout, construction, repair, reconstruction or maintenance of any state highway or bridge, and any land or buildings or both, necessary, in [his] the commissioner's opinion, for the efficient accomplishment of the foregoing purpose, provided any purchase of such land or land and buildings in an amount in excess of the sum of one hundred thousand dollars shall be approved by a state referee. The commissioner, with the advice and consent of the Attorney General, may settle and compromise any claim by any person, firm or corporation claiming to be aggrieved by such layout, construction, reconstruction, repair or maintenance by the payment of money, the transfer of other land acquired for or in connection with highway purposes, or otherwise.

Sec. 4. Section 13b-281 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

If the view of that portion of the tracks of any railroad, crossing a highway at grade, which adjoins such crossing, is obstructed by trees, shrubbery or embankments of earth, the Commissioner of Transportation may, after a hearing upon such notice as the commissioner deems reasonable to the company or companies owning or operating such railroad or railroads and to the selectmen of the town, mayor of the city or warden of the borough wherein such crossing is situated and to the owners of the land adjoining such crossing, make such orders for or concerning the removal of any such obstruction as will afford an unobstructed view of such railroad tracks and such highway [for a distance of at least one hundred and fifty feet in each direction from such crossing. For the purposes of this section, land or easements in land may be taken in the manner provided in section 13b-256 provided such orders are] in accordance with current American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials' Policy for vehicles to safely traverse a railroad crossing from a stopped position. All orders of the commissioner pursuant to the provisions of this section shall specifically set forth the limits within which land may be taken and the nature, purposes and specific limits of the easements so authorized to be taken. The expense occasioned by any order of said commissioner under the provisions of this section shall be paid by the owner of the land upon which the obstruction is located.

Sec. 5. (NEW) The Commissioner of Transportation may designate the Hartford-New Britain busway project to be accomplished on a total cost basis. If the commissioner designates the Hartford-New Britain busway project as a total cost basis project, the commissioner may enter into a single contract with a private developer, which includes such project elements as engineering design and construction. The contract for said project shall be based on competitive proposals received by the commissioner, who shall give notice of the project and specifications for the project, by advertising, at least once, in a newspaper having a substantial circulation in the Hartford-New Britain area. Award of the total cost contract shall be based on qualifications, technical merit of the proposals and cost. The commissioner shall determine all criteria, requirements and conditions for such proposals and award and shall have sole responsibility for all other aspects of the contract. If applicable, the contract shall state clearly the responsibilities of the developer to deliver a completed and acceptable project on a date certain and the maximum cost of the project.

Sec. 6. Subsection (a) of section 13b-251 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

(a) The minimum overhead clearance for any structure crossing over railroad tracks for which construction is begun on or after October 1, 1986, shall be twenty feet, six inches, except that, (1) if the construction includes only deck replacement or minor widening of the structure, and the existing piers or abutments remain in place, the minimum overhead clearance shall be the structure's existing overhead clearance; (2) the minimum overhead clearance for any structure crossing any railroad tracks on which trains are operated that are attached to or powered by means of overhead electrical wires shall be twenty-two feet, six inches; (3) the minimum overhead clearance for the structure that carries (A) Route 372 over railroad tracks in New Britain, designated state project number 131-156, (B) U.S. Route 1 over railroad tracks in Fairfield, designated state project number 50-6H05, (C) Route 729 over railroad tracks in North Haven, designated state project number 100-149, (D) Grove Street over railroad tracks in Hartford, designated state project number 63-376, (E) Route 1 over railroad tracks in Milford, designated state project number 173-117, (F) Ingham Hill Road over railroad tracks in Old Saybrook, designated state project number 105-164, (G) Ellis Street over railroad tracks in New Britain, designated state project number 88-114, (H) Route 100 over the railroad tracks in East Haven, bridge number 01294, and (I) Church Street Extension over certain railroad storage tracks located in the New Haven Rail Yard, designated state project number 92-526, shall be eighteen feet; (4) the minimum overhead clearance for those structures carrying (A) Fair Street, bridge number 03870, (B) Crown Street, bridge number 03871, and (C) Chapel Street, bridge number 03872, over railroad tracks in New Haven shall be seventeen feet, six inches; (5) the minimum overhead clearance for the structure carrying State Street railroad station pedestrian bridge over railroad tracks in New Haven shall be nineteen feet, ten inches; [and] (6) the overhead clearance for the structure carrying Woodland Street over the Griffins Industrial Line in Hartford, designated state project number 63-501, shall be fifteen feet, nine inches, with new foundations placed at depths which may accommodate an overhead clearance to a maximum of seventeen feet, eight inches; and (7) the Department of Transportation may replace the Hales Road Highway Bridge over railroad tracks in Westport, Bridge Number 03852, with a new bridge that provides a minimum overhead clearance over the railroad tracks that shall be eighteen feet, five inches.

Sec. 7. Section 13a-74 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

After the assessment of damages and benefits provided for in subsection (b) of section 13a-73 has been filed with the clerk of the superior court, the property owner affected may file with said clerk [his] written acceptance thereof. Said clerk shall thereupon notify the Comptroller and the commissioner of such acceptance. If the amount to be paid by the state for such land, after deducting any benefits which have been assessed, does not exceed [fifteen] one hundred thousand dollars, said clerk shall send a certified copy of the assessment and the acceptance thereof to the commissioner and the Comptroller, and the Comptroller shall, upon receipt thereof, draw [his] an order [upon] on the Treasurer in favor of such property owner for the amount due [him] the property owner under such assessment. If the amount of such assessment, after deducting any such benefits, exceeds [fifteen] one hundred thousand dollars, said clerk shall not certify the same to the Comptroller until the assessment has been approved as reasonable in amount by a state referee. If such state referee approves such assessment, said clerk shall thereupon send a certified copy of the assessment and the acceptance thereof and a certificate that the same has been so approved to the commissioner and to the Comptroller, and the Comptroller shall, upon receipt thereof, draw [his] an order [upon] on the Treasurer in favor of such property owner for the amount due [him] the property owner on such assessment. If such state referee does not approve such assessment, said clerk shall notify the Attorney General and the commissioner and the latter may file an amended assessment.

Sec. 8. Subsection (a) of section 13b-103 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

(a) (1) No person, association, limited liability company or corporation shall operate a motor vehicle in livery service until such person, association, limited liability company or corporation has obtained a permit from the Department of Transportation, specifying the nature and extent of the service to be rendered and certifying that public convenience and necessity will be improved by the operation and conduct of such livery service. Such permits shall be issued only after a written application for the same has been made and a public hearing has been held thereon. Upon receipt of such application, together with the payment of a fee of two hundred dollars, the department shall fix a time and place of hearing thereon, within a reasonable time, and shall promptly give written notice of the pendency of such application and of the time and place of such hearing to each applicant, the mayor of each city, the warden of each borough and the first selectman of each town, within which any such applicant desires to maintain an office or headquarters, to any carrier legally operating motor vehicles in livery service within the same territory and to other interested parties as determined by the department. (2) Notwithstanding [any provision] the provisions of subdivision (1) of this subsection, [to the contrary,] the department may issue a permit for the operation of vehicles (A) having a capacity of less than eleven adults or to be used exclusively at funerals, weddings, christenings, processions or celebrations, without holding a hearing and certifying that public convenience and necessity would be improved by the operation of such vehicles, or (B) having a capacity of not less than eleven or more than fourteen adults and used for sightseeing and related purposes, without holding a hearing, provided the department issues a legal notice, as provided under section 1-2, of such application and no objection is filed with the department within thirty days of publication of such notice. (3) Notwithstanding [any provision] the provisions of subdivision (1) of this subsection, [to the contrary,] the department may issue a temporary or permanent permit to any person, association, limited liability company or corporation operating a motor vehicle engaged in the transportation of passengers for hire by virtue of a contract with, or a lower tier contract for, any federal, state or municipal agency that (A) is in effect on July 1, 1997, with or without hearing, after a written application for the same has been made and the department has determined that the applicant meets the requirements of subsection (b) of this section except with respect to public convenience and necessity, or (B) becomes effective after July 1, 1997, with or without hearing, after a written application for the same has been made and the department has determined that the applicant meets the requirements of subsection (b) of this section. Any such permit issued under the provisions of this subdivision (i) shall be limited to service provided under any such contract, and (ii) with respect to any contract under the provisions of subparagraph (A) of this subdivision, shall not authorize a total number of motor vehicles exceeding the number required to provide service existing under such contract on July 1, 1997. (4) Notwithstanding the provisions of subdivision (1) of this subsection, the department shall issue to any person who has an intrastate livery permit for at least one year, upon the application of such person, up to two additional vehicle authorizations each year without a hearing and without written notice of the pendency of the application, if all the existing permits held by such person are registered and in use and if there are no outstanding violations or matters pending adjudication against such person. The department shall have thirty calendar days to issue such amended permit.

Sec. 9. Section 13b-61a of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

Notwithstanding the provisions of section 13b-61, for calendar quarters ending on or after September 30, 1998, and prior to September 30, 1999, the Commissioner of Revenue Services shall deposit into the Special Transportation Fund established under section 13b-68 five million dollars of the amount of funds received by the state from the tax imposed under section 12-587 on the gross earnings from the sales of petroleum products attributable to sales of motor vehicle fuel, for calendar quarters ending September 30, 1999, and prior to September 30, 2000, the commissioner shall deposit into the Special Transportation Fund nine million dollars of the amount of such funds received by the state from the tax imposed under said section 12-587 on the gross earnings from the sales of petroleum products attributable to sales of motor vehicle fuel; [,] and for the calendar quarter ending September 30, 2000, and each calendar quarter thereafter, the commissioner shall deposit into the Special Transportation Fund [,] eleven million five hundred thousand dollars of the amount of such funds received by the state from the tax imposed under said section 12-587, on the gross earnings from the sales of petroleum products attributable to sales of motor vehicle fuel.

Sec. 10. Subsection (b) of section 15-140f of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

(b) The commissioner shall adopt regulations, in accordance with the provisions of chapter 54, setting forth the content of safe boating operation courses. Such regulations may include provisions for examinations, issuance of safe boating certificates and establishment of reasonable fees for the course and examination and for issuing certificates, temporary certificates [,] and duplicate certificates. Any fees collected pursuant to such regulations shall be deposited in the boating account established pursuant to section 15-155.

Sec. 11. Section 13b-205 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

When any highway, or portion thereof, in which are located tracks of any railroad is lawfully discontinued, the company owning or operating such railroad shall have the right, with the approval of the Commissioner of Transportation, to take land for its railroad within the limits of such highway or part thereof discontinued. [, in the manner provided in section 13b-256.]

Sec. 12. Section 13b-218 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

If any railroad company acting under the authority of the laws of this state has acquired more than three-fourths of the capital stock of any steamboat, bridge, wharf or railroad corporation, and cannot agree with the holders of outstanding stock for the purchase of the same, such railroad company may, upon a finding by a judge of the Superior Court that such purchase will be for the public interest, cause such outstanding stock to be appraised. [in the same manner as is provided in section 13b-256.] When the amount of such appraisal has been paid or deposited, [as provided in said section,] the stockholder or stockholders whose stock has been so appraised shall cease to have any interest therein and, on demand, shall surrender all certificates for such stock, with duly executed powers of attorney for transfer thereon, to the corporation applying for such appraisal.

Sec. 13. Section 13b-219 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

If any person holding a minority of the shares of stock in any corporation referred to in section 13b-218, as amended by this act, cannot agree with the railroad company owning three-fourths of such stock for the purchase of [his] such person's shares, [he] such person may cause the same to be appraised. [in the same manner as is provided in section 13b-256.] When such appraisal has been made and recorded in the office of the clerk of the superior court for any judicial district where such railroad company operates a railroad, and the certificates for such stock, with duly executed powers of attorney for transfer thereon, have been deposited with such clerk for such railroad company, such appraisal shall have the effect of a judgment against such company and in favor of the holder of such stock and, at the end of sixty days, unless such judgment is paid, execution may be issued.

Sec. 14. Subsection (a) of section 13b-268 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

(a) When a new highway is constructed across a railroad, such highway shall pass over or under the railroad as the Commissioner of Transportation directs. The company operating such railroad shall construct such crossing to the approval of the commissioner and may take land for the purposes of this section. [in the manner provided by section 13b-256.] The expense of such crossing construction shall be borne by either the town, city or borough constructing such highway, or by the company constructing the same, or by a sharing of the cost between the town, city or borough and the company, as the commissioner directs.

Sec. 15. Section 13b-270 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

The selectmen of any town, the mayor and common council of any city or the warden and burgesses of any borough, within which a highway crosses or is crossed by a railroad, or the directors of any railroad company whose road crosses or is crossed by a highway, may bring their petition in writing to the Commissioner of Transportation, alleging that public safety requires an alteration in such crossing, its approaches, the method of crossing, the location of the highway or crossing, the closing of a highway crossing and the substitution of another therefor, not at grade, or the removal of obstructions to the sight at such crossing, and praying that the same may be ordered. Thereupon said commissioner shall appoint a time and place for hearing the petition, and shall give such notice thereof to such petitioners, the company, the municipality or municipalities in which such crossing is situated and the owners of the land adjoining such crossing and adjoining that part of the highway to be changed in grade, as [he] said commissioner judges reasonable; and, after such notice and hearing, said commissioner shall determine what alterations or removals, if any, shall be made and by whom made. If such petition is brought by the directors of a railroad company or in behalf of any such company, said commissioner shall order the expense of such alterations or removals, including the damages to any person whose land is taken and the special damages which the owner of any land adjoining the public highway sustains by reason of any such change in the grade of such highway, to be paid by the company owning or operating the railroad in whose behalf the petition is brought; and, if such petition is brought by the selectmen of any town, the mayor and common council of any city or the warden and burgesses of any borough, [he] said commissioner may, if the highway affected by such determination was in existence when the railroad was constructed over it at grade or if the layout of the highway was changed for the benefit of the railroad after the layout of the railroad, order an amount not exceeding one-quarter of the whole expense of such alteration or removal, including the damages, to be paid by the town, city or borough in whose behalf the petition is brought, and the remainder of the expense shall be paid by the company owning or operating the road which crosses such public highway. If the highway affected by such last-mentioned order has been constructed since the railroad which it crosses at grade, said commissioner may order an amount not exceeding one-half of the whole expense of such alteration or removal, including the damages, to be paid by the town, city or borough in whose behalf the application is brought, and the remainder of the expense shall be paid by the company owning or operating the road which crosses such public highway. Railroad companies may take land for the purpose of this section. [in the manner provided by section 13b-256.]

Sec. 16. Section 13b-274 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

The Commissioner of Transportation may, in the absence of any application therefor, when in [his] the commissioner's opinion public safety requires an alteration in any highway crossed at grade by a railroad or by railroads belonging to or operated by more than one company, after a hearing had upon such notice as [he] the commissioner deems reasonable to the company or companies owning or operating such railroad or railroads and to the selectmen of the town, mayor of the city or warden of the borough within which such highway is situated and to the owners of the land adjoining such crossing, order such alterations in such highway as [he] the commissioner deems best, and shall determine and direct by whom such alterations shall be made, at whose expense and within what time; provided, in all cases arising under this section, one-fourth of the expense, including damages and special damages as aforesaid, shall be paid by the state and the remainder shall be assessed upon the railroad company or companies benefited by such order; and provided such alterations as are thus made at the primary instance of the commissioner shall not be ordered so as to direct the construction of more than one bridge in any one year on any one railroad. Railroad companies may take land for the purpose of this section. [in the manner provided by section 13b-256.] No land shall be taken by any railroad company for the purpose mentioned in this section, except such as the commissioner finds to be necessary for such purpose; but no such taking need be based upon any special finding that public necessity and convenience require such taking.

Sec. 17. Section 13b-281 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

If the view of that portion of the tracks of any railroad, crossing a highway at grade, which adjoins such crossing, is obstructed by trees, shrubbery or embankments of earth, the Commissioner of Transportation may, after a hearing upon such notice as the commissioner deems reasonable to the company or companies owning or operating such railroad or railroads and to the selectmen of the town, mayor of the city or warden of the borough wherein such crossing is situated and to the owners of the land adjoining such crossing, make such orders for or concerning the removal of any such obstruction as will afford an unobstructed view of such railroad tracks and such highway for a distance of at least one hundred and fifty feet in each direction from such crossing. For the purposes of this section, land or easements in land may be taken, [in the manner provided in section 13b-256] provided such orders are in accordance with current American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials' Policy for vehicles to safely traverse a railroad crossing from a stopped position. All orders of the commissioner pursuant to the provisions of this section shall specifically set forth the limits within which land may be taken and the nature, purposes and specific limits of the easements so authorized to be taken. The expense occasioned by any order of said commissioner under the provisions of this section shall be paid by the owner of the land upon which the obstruction is located.

Sec. 18. Section 13b-287 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

Whenever the Commissioner of Transportation orders a change in the location of a highway under the provisions of section 13b-285 or 13b-286, and the parties ordered by the commissioner to do the work cannot obtain the necessary land by agreement, the company, or the town, city or borough ordered to do the work, may take the land necessary for carrying out the orders of the commissioner. [in the manner provided in section 13b-256.]

Sec. 19. Section 13b-293 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

When the Commissioner of Transportation, in accepting the layout of any railroad company, has in such acceptance provided that portions of such railroad shall not be constructed until certain highways have been relocated or changed by such company, and the obligation of repairing or maintaining the whole or any part of such highways is imposed upon any person or corporation other than the town, city or borough within which such highway may be located, such provision shall be binding upon the company and it shall maintain and repair such highway in the same manner and to the same extent that such other person or corporation was bound to repair and maintain the same before such relocation or change. [For the purposes of this section, land may be acquired in the manner provided by section 13b-256.] Any such company may use the material and abutments of any existing bridge in the old highway in the construction of a bridge in the substituted highway and shall provide suitable temporary accommodations for public travel over the old highway until the new highway is completed and shall be solely responsible for injuries resulting from its negligence in the matter of such temporary accommodations. The selectmen of any such town may discontinue such parts of the old highway as in their judgment are not of public convenience and necessity.

Sec. 20. Section 13b-282 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

When any highway passes over or under a railroad, if the convenience and necessity of the public require a change in such highway, the town, city or borough in which such highway is located may bring a petition to the Commissioner of Transportation in the manner prescribed in section 13b-270, and, after the notice prescribed by said section, said commissioner shall proceed to a hearing on such matter and may make such order as [he] the commissioner deems necessary for the convenience and necessity of the public or the safe and suitable operation of the railroad. For the purposes of this section, said commissioner shall have and exercise all powers of said commissioner concerning the removal of grade crossings, and land may be taken. [in the manner provided in section 13b-256.] The party upon whom is imposed, by such order, the duty of making such changes in such highway may use the material and abutments of any existing bridge in the old highway in the construction of a bridge in the substituted or changed highway. The expense of any changes ordered as hereinbefore provided shall be apportioned, among the railroad company and the town, city or borough interested therein, in such manner as the commissioner deems equitable; but in no case shall an amount in excess of one-half of the expense of such alteration, including land damages or special damages, be assessed upon any such town, city or borough.

Sec. 21. Section 13b-307 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted on lieu thereof:

Upon petition brought by any railroad company, the Commissioner of Transportation may order the location of any canal or watercourse to be changed by such company for the purpose of enabling its railroad to be more advantageously constructed, maintained or operated, reasonable notice of such application having first been given to the owner or owners of such canal or watercourse; and such company shall have power, for the purpose of carrying out any order of the commissioner under this section, to take real estate. [in the manner provided in section 13b-256.] Whenever the location of a canal or watercourse is changed as provided herein, the flow of water therein shall not in anywise be interrupted, diminished or impaired, and the cost of making such change and of providing a new channel for such canal or watercourse, together with the cost of the walls, embankments, headgates, flumes and other structures necessary to render such canal or watercourse as safe and efficient as before such change, shall be entirely borne by the railroad company which petitioned for such change. The provisions of this section shall not apply to the canal of any corporation required by its charter to maintain its canals, or any of them, in a condition for navigation, nor to the canal of any corporation chartered for the purpose of improving the boat navigation of the Connecticut River or for the purpose of widening and deepening the channel of said river; but in such cases the provisions of this section shall apply when the written consent of any such corporation to the proposed change has first been obtained.

Sec. 22. The building designated as the new terminal at Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks shall be named the "Robert F. Juliano Terminal Building".

Sec. 23. SR 543 in Wethersfield, running in a generally northerly direction from Route 314 to the Wethersfield-Hartford town line shall be designated the "Vartan Mamigonian Memorial Highway".

Sec. 24. The segment of Route 20, located in East Granby, running in a generally easterly direction from the Granby-East Granby town line to the junction SSR 401, shall be designated the "Connecticut Air National Guard Memorial Highway".

Sec. 25. The segment of Route 10, located in Simsbury, running in a generally northerly direction, from the intersection of Route 167 to the Simsbury-Granby town line shall be designated the "Simsbury Veterans Memorial Highway".

Sec. 26. A segment of Interstate Route I-91, running in a generally northerly direction, from the Meriden-Middletown town line to the Cromwell-Middletown town line, shall be designated the "Sergeant George Ross Dingwall Memorial Highway".

Sec. 27. Route 5, in Wallingford, shall be designated the "American Legion Shaw-Sinon Post 73 Memorial Highway".

Sec. 28. The segment of Route 176, in Newington, running in a generally northerly direction from the intersection of Route 5-15 to Route 175 shall be designated the "Patricia M. Genova Memorial Highway".

Sec. 29. A segment of Route 71, in Meriden, running in a northerly direction from the overpass of the Interstate 691 to the Meriden-Berlin town line shall be designated the "State Trooper Joseph M. Stoba Memorial Highway".

Sec. 30. The segment of Route 207 located in Franklin, running a generally easterly direction, shall be designated the "Paul Henry Bienvenue Memorial Highway".

Sec. 31. The segment of Route 1, running in a generally easterly direction, from the Branford-East Haven town line to the Branford-Guilford town line shall be designated the "Branford Fire Department Memorial Highway".

Sec. 32. Route 146, located in Branford shall be designated as the "Edward Ramos Memorial Highway".

Sec. 33. A segment of Route 624 located in the towns of Waterford and New London running in an easterly direction from I-95 eastbound to U.S. Route 1 eastbound shall be designated the "American Ex-Prisoners of War Memorial Highway".

Sec. 34. Bridge Number 1460, located on Interstate Route I-91 in Wethersfield, running in a generally northerly direction, and passing over the Wethersfield Cove, shall be designated the "Veterans of the Battle of the Bulge Memorial Highway".

Sec. 35. Bridge Number 5337, located on Route 175 in Newington, running in a generally easterly direction, passing over Mill Brook, shall be designated the "Andrew J. McCusker Memorial Bridge".

Sec. 36. Bridge Number 1628, located on Prospect Avenue in Hartford, passing over SR 598, shall be designated the "Major John Caldwell Memorial Bridge".

Sec. 37. Bridge Number 1629, located on Columbus Boulevard in Hartford, passing over SR 598, shall be designated the "Major Thomas Y. Seymour Memorial Bridge".

Sec. 38. Bridge Number 4326, located on Route 175 in Newington, passing over the Amtrak Railroad, shall be designated the "Lieutenant James T. Hall Memorial Bridge".

Sec. 39. Bridge Number 3162 located on West Street in Rocky Hill, running in a generally easterly direction, passing over Interstate 91, shall be designated "John L. Levitow Memorial Bridge".

Sec. 40. Route 302, located in Newtown, running in a generally easterly direction from the Danbury-Newtown town line to Route 25 shall be designated the "Second Company Governor's Horse Guard Memorial Highway".

Sec. 41. A segment of Interstate 91, running in a generally northerly direction from the intersection of Interstate 95 to the North Haven-New Haven town line shall be designated the "Second Company's Governor's Foot Guard Memorial Highway".

Sec. 42. (NEW) A printed advertisement concerning a household goods carrier shall conspicuously state the number of the certificate issued to such household goods carrier by the Department of Transportation pursuant to section 13b-391 of the general statutes, and shall conspicuously state the number of any permit or registration issued to such carrier by the United States Department of Transportation.

Sec. 43. A sign shall be placed east bound on Route I-84 before exit 39 and a sign shall be placed west bound on Route I-84 before exit 40 designating the location of the "Holy Family Passionist Retreat Center".

Sec. 44. Bridge Number 6277, located in Manchester, running in a generally easterly direction on Interstate Route 291, and passing over the Tolland Turnpike, shall be designated the "Jules M. Hollander Memorial Bridge".

Sec. 45. This act shall take effect from its passage, except that sections 1 to 5, inclusive, and sections 7 to 21, inclusive, shall take effect October 1, 2001.

Approved June 20, 2001