81st Texas Legislature, Regular Session, Senate Bill 1540, Chapter 85 Page: 48 of 126
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SS.'B. No. 1549
listed under this subparagraph;
!i ,(vi) rolling stock; and
(vii) a maintenance facility.
(8) "Revenue" means the income, receipts, and
collections received by, to be received by, or pledged to the
district .from or by any source, except a restricted gift or a grant
in aid of construction.
(9) "Right-of-way" means:
(A) a right of passage over property;
(B) a strip of land in length and width
determined required, necessary, or convenient by the board over,
on, or under which trackwork is or is to be constructed or acquired;
: (C) a right of prectdential passing.
(10) "Rolling stock" means a locomotive, an engine, a
railcar, a repair construction car, or another car designed to
operate on trackwork.
(11) "Trackwork" means track, a track bed, track bed
pre aration, a tie, a rail fastener, a slab, a rail, an emergency
crossover, a setout track, ,storage track, and a switch. (V.A.C.S.
At:550c, Secs. 2(1), (2, (4), (5), (8), (9), (11), (12), (13),
( 4),(15), (16), (17); New.)
1I V -Sec. 172.002. NATURE OF DISTRICT. (a) A district is a
pub lic body and a political subdivision of this state exercising
public and essential governmental functions.
(b) A district, i the :exercise of powers under this
chapte, is performing 6nly governmental functions and is a
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