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[82 STAT. 825]
[82 STAT. 825]
PUBLIC LAW 90-000—MMMM. DD, 1968

82 STAT. ]

PUBLIC LAW 90-495-AUG. 23, 1968

825

interests in lands less than fee simple title as may be necessary to protect the natural scenery and shoreline of such property, and to prohibit the use of such property for industrial or commercial purposes or for residential purposes, other than low density single family detached dwellings, except that any such property which on the date of enactment of this section is lawfully used for any purposes thereafter prohibited by this paragraph may continue to be used for such purpose until such time as it ceases to be so used. (c) No money shall be expended by the Secretary of the Interior under this section until he shall have received definite commitments from the State of Maryland or from politicial subdivisions thereof, for one-third the cost of acquiring land easements or interests in lands under subsection (b) of this section, other than lands belonging to the United States on the date of enactment of this section or donated to the United States to carry out this section. In the discretion of the Secretary he may advance the State of Maryland, or any political subdivision thereof, the full amount of the funds necessary for the acquisition of lands under subsection (b) of this section on the condition that the State or political subdivision reimburse the United States onethird the cost of such acquisition, without interest, within a period of not to exceed 8 years from the date such funds are so advanced. (d) There is authorized to be appropriated to the Secretary of the Interior to carry out this section an amount equal to the unappropriated balance of the amount authorized to be appropriated in subsection (a) of the first section of the Act of May 29, 1930 (46 Stat. 482), 66 Stat. 791; as amended, for acquiring and developing the George Washington H HH' l^' Memorial Parkway, and the authorization contained in such first section of such Act of May 29, 1930, is reduced by such amount. (e) Upon the completion of the acquisition of all of the real property and interests in real property authorized by this section, the Report to conSecretary of the'Interior shall report to Congress his recommendations gress. (including any necessary legislation) on the construction of the Fort Washington Parkway through the portion of Prince Georges County, Maryland, authorized to be acquired under this section. Such report shall include cost estimates and other information as may be necessary for the authorization of construction of such parkway by Congress. GARDEN STATE

PARKWAY

SEC. 20. (a) The amount of all Federal-aid highway funds paid on account of those sections of the Garden State Parkway in the State of New Jersey referred to in subsection (c) of this section shall, prior to the collection of any tolls thereon, be repaid to the Treasurer of the United States. The amount so repaid shall be deposited to the credit of the appropriation for "Federal-Aid Highways (Trust F u n d) ". At the time of such repayment the Federal-aid projects with respect to which such funds have been repaid and any other Federal-aid project located on said sections of such parkway and programed for expenditure on any such project, shall be credited to the unprogramed balance of Federal-aid highways funds of the same class last apportioned to the State of New Jersey. The amount so credited shall be in addition to all other funds then apportioned to said State and shall be available for expenditure in accordance with the provisions of title 23, United States Code, as amended or supplemented. (b) When the New Jersey Highway Authority shall have constructed toll-free highway facilities in the vicinity of said sections of the Garden State Parkway in accordance with a general plan approved by the Secretary of Transportation as adequate to service local traffic, and pursuant to an agreement between the Authority and the State of New Jersey, acting by and through its State House Commission con-