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  238.404.  County first class transit authority — powers with respect to bi-state development agency. — In addition to the powers prescribed in section 238.402, any transit authority established pursuant to section 238.400, with respect to its dealings with the bi-state development agency created pursuant to sections 70.370 to 70.440, may:

  (1)  Cooperate with the bi-state development agency in the exercise by the bi-state development agency of all the powers granted to it under sections 70.370 to 70.440;

  (2)  Receive funds from the bi-state development agency upon such terms and conditions as shall be set forth in an agreement between the transit authority and the bi-state development agency, which contract or agreement may be for such number of years or duration as the transit authority and the bi-state development agency may agree;

  (3)  Acquire from the bi-state development agency any public transportation facility by purchase contract, gift, grant, exchange for other property or rights in property, lease or installment or conditional purchase contracts, which contracts or leases may provide for consideration to be paid in annual installments during a period not exceeding forty years.  Such property may be acquired subject to such conditions, restrictions, liens or security or other interests of other parties as the transit authority may deem appropriate and in each case the transit authority may acquire a joint, leasehold, easement, license or other partial interest in such property;

  (4)  Lease as lessor, or provide for the use by the bi-state development agency any public transportation facility upon such terms and for such consideration, as the transit authority may deem proper; and

  (5)  Cooperate with the bi-state development agency for the protection of employees of the transit authority and users of public transportation facilities against crime and also to protect such facilities, but neither the transit authority nor its officers or employees shall be held liable for failure to provide a security or police force, or, if a security or police force is provided, for failure to provide adequate police protection or security, failure to prevent the commission of crimes by fellow passengers or other third persons or for the failure to apprehend criminals.

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(L. 1991 S.B. 235 § 3)


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