An individual who parks a motor vehicle at a CDOT facility in violation of a CDOT rule is subject, for each day of the violation, to a penalty of a warning for the first offense, twenty dollars for the second offense, fifty dollars for the third offense, and one hundred dollars for any subsequent offense. Any motor vehicle for which a penalty is assessed and which is left unattended in a short-term parking space at a CDOT parking facility for more than 4 days is considered a motor vehicle abandoned on public property for purposes of existing laws that address the removal, storage, and disposal of such motor vehicles.
For enforcement purposes, the department of revenue must allow inspection of motor vehicle and driver's license related records on an as-needed basis. Local governments and CDOT must consult with each other before the establishment of zoning, other authorization by a governmental body, or contracts required for privately owned or managed parking facilities intended for users of mass transit that is accessible from a CDOT parking facility.
(Note: This summary applies to the reengrossed version of this bill as introduced in the second house.)