Nevada Highways; Roads; Bridges; Parks
Sec. § 408.234
Motor Vehicle Recovery and Transportation Planner: Creation; duties.


1.

The position of Motor Vehicle Recovery and Transportation Planner is hereby created in the Department.

2.

The Motor Vehicle Recovery and Transportation Planner shall:

(a)

Develop and administer a plan for the construction of motor vehicle recovery and bicycle lanes that are not less than 3 feet wide in all new construction and major repair work on every highway in the State, in accordance with appropriate standards of design;

(b)

Develop a plan for the maintenance of motor vehicle recovery and bicycle lanes throughout the State;

(c)

Prepare and distribute information on motor vehicle recovery and bicycle lanes, bicycle safety manuals and bicycle route maps throughout the State;

(d)

Develop standards for the design of motor vehicle recovery and bicycle lanes and bicycle paths and routes;

(e)

Develop standardized signs and markings which indicate bicycle lanes;

(f)

Determine where appropriate signs and markings will be located on state highways and coordinate their placement;

(g)

Establish a statewide plan of motor vehicle recovery and bicycle lanes and bicycle paths and routes and update the plan annually;

(h)

Identify projects which are related to motor vehicle recovery and bicycle lanes and place each project in its proper order of priority;

(i)

Investigate possible sources of money which may be available to promote motor vehicle recovery and bicycle lanes and bicycle facilities and programs throughout this State and solicit money from those sources;

(j)

Provide assistance to the Department of Motor Vehicles and the Department of Public Safety in coordinating activities which are related to motor vehicle and bicycle safety in the communities of this State;

(k)

Investigate the programs of the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy and where feasible, participate in those programs;

(l)

Identify the potential effect of bicycle programs on tourism in this State; and

(m)

Carry out any other duties assigned to him or her by the Director.

3.

The Director may remove any of the duties set out in subsection 2 if the Director determines that the duty is no longer necessary or appropriate.

4.

As used in this section, bicycle has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS 484A.025 and includes an electric bicycle as defined in NRS 482.0287.
FINANCING HIGHWAYS AND ROADS
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