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Article 17C - NY Vehicle and Traffic Law

METROPOLITAN COMMUTER TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT SUPPLEMENTAL REGISTRATION FEE

Section Description
498Definition.
499-aMetropolitan commuter transportation district supplemental registration fee.
499-bCollection of supplemental fee.
499-cCalculation of supplemental registration fee.
499-dDeposit and disposition of revenue from supplemental fee.
S  499. Definition.  For  the  purposes of this article "metropolitan
  commuter transportation district" shall  mean  the  area  of  the  state
  included  in the district created and governed by section twelve hundred
  sixty-two of the public authorities law.

   S  499-a. Metropolitan  commuter transportation district supplemental
  registration fee. Registrants  residing  in  the  metropolitan  commuter
  transportation  district  shall  upon  the  registration or renewal of a
  motor vehicle be charged a supplemental registration fee to be  paid  to
  the  commissioner  or his or her agent in accordance with the provisions
  of this article.

  S  499-b. Collection  of  supplemental  fee. All registrants of motor
  vehicles who reside in the metropolitan commuter transportation district
  shall pay to the commissioner or  his  or  her  agent  the  supplemental
  registration  fee  provided  for  in  this  article upon registration or
  renewal of motor vehicles subject to registration fees pursuant  to  the
  following  sections  of  this chapter: paragraph a of subdivision six of
  section four hundred one; schedules A, B,  C,  E,  F,  G,  I  and  K  of
  subdivision   seven   of  section  four  hundred  one;  paragraph  a  of
  subdivision  eight  of  section  four  hundred  one;  paragraph   a   of
  subdivision  five  of section four hundred ten; and section four hundred
  eleven-b.

  S   499-c. Calculation   of   supplemental   registration  fee.  The
  supplemental registration fee to be charged  pursuant  to  section  four
  hundred  ninety-nine-b of this article, shall be calculated at a rate of
  twenty-five dollars per annum for each year or portion of  a  year  that
  such registration is valid.

   S 499-d. Deposit and disposition of revenue from supplemental fee. The
  commissioner  shall  deposit daily all funds derived from the collection
  of the supplemental fee established pursuant to this article  with  such
  responsible   banks,  banking  houses  or  trust  companies  as  may  be
  designated by the state comptroller, to the credit of  the  comptroller.
  On  or  before  the  twelfth  day  of each month, the commissioner shall
  certify to the comptroller the amount of all revenues received  pursuant
  to  this  article during the prior month as a result of the supplemental
  fee imposed, including any interest and penalties thereon. The  revenues
  so  certified  shall  be  deposited  by  the  state  comptroller  in the
  metropolitan  transportation  authority  aid  trust   account   of   the
  metropolitan   transportation   authority   financial   assistance  fund
  established pursuant to section ninety-two-ff of the state  finance  law
  for  deposit,  subject to appropriation, in the corporate transportation
  account of the metropolitan transportation authority special  assistance
  fund  established  by  section  twelve  hundred  seventy-a of the public
  authorities  law,  to  be  applied  as  provided  in  paragraph  (e)  of
  subdivision  four  of such section. Any money collected pursuant to this
  section that  is  deposited  by  the  comptroller  in  the  metropolitan
  transportation   authority   aid   trust  account  of  the  metropolitan
  transportation authority financial assistance fund shall be held in such
  fund free and clear of any claim by  any  person  or  entity  paying  an
  additional fee pursuant to this section, including, without limiting the
  generality of the foregoing, any right or claim against the metropolitan
  transportation  authority,  any of its bondholders, or any subsidiary or
  affiliate of the metropolitan transportation authority.

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