COUNTIES AND COUNTY LAW
POWERS AND DUTIES OF BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
31-876. Public transportation services. (1) The boards of county commissioners in their respective counties shall have the authority to establish, fund and operate public transportation services that the board of county commissioners considers to be of public benefit.
(2) Public transportation services include, without limitation, fixed transit routes; scheduled or unscheduled transit service; paratransit services for the elderly, disabled or other persons dependent on public transportation; shuttle and commuter services between cities, counties, health care facilities, employment centers, educational institutions and park-and-ride locations; subscription van and car-pooling services; and transportation services unique to social service programs.
(3) The board of county commissioners may become the designated grantee and receive funding from other federal, state, local and private sources and use said funds for the sponsorship, promotion and administration of such public transportation services as they may deem beneficial.
[31-876, added 1994, ch. 121, sec. 1, p. 271.]