SB 694, as amended, Correa. Outdoor advertising: transit stations.
The Outdoor Advertising Act provides for the regulation by the Department of Transportation of advertising displays, as defined, within view of public highways. The act exempts from certain of its provisions advertising displays that advertise the business conducted or services rendered or goods produced or sold on the property upon which the display is placed, as specified. Existing law also exempts certain advertising displays in existence before January 1, 2009, at an arena located on public land with a capacity of 5,000 seats or more that provides a permanent venue for professional sports, subject to certain conditions.
This bill would also exempt from certain provisions of the Outdoor Advertising Act advertising
begin delete displaysend delete on public property upon which is located a facility that begin delete primarilyend delete serves begin delete as a multimodal transit stationend delete that is to serve as a station for the high-speed train system, as specified. The bill would impose various conditions on an advertising display erected under these circumstances.
Vote: majority. Appropriation: no. Fiscal committee: yes. State-mandated local program: no.
The people of the State of California do enact as follows:
Section 5272.1 is added to the Business and
2Professions Code, to read:
(a) With the exception of Article 4 (commencing with
4Section 5300) and Sections 5400 and 5404, inclusive, nothing
5contained in this chapter applies to any advertising display that is
6exclusively on public property upon which is located a
begin delete facility that multimodal transit
7primarily serves as aend delete
begin delete station for various modes
8of transportation, including, but not limited to, passenger rail, that
9supports the goals of the region’s sustainable communities strategy,
10as described in Section 65080 of the Government Code, and that
11satisfies either of the following:end delete
12(1) Serves as a current or future station for the high-speed train
13system at a location in the corridor identified in paragraph (2) of
14subdivision (b) of Section 2704.04 of the Streets and Highways
16(2) Serves as a station for the high-speed train system at any
17additional location in the corridors identified in paragraph (3) of
18subdivision (b) of Section 2704.04 of the Streets and Highways
19Code, provided it is approved as a station by the High-Speed Rail
21 33(b)end delete
P3 1 To advertise any products, goods, or services on an
2advertising display pursuant to this section, all of the following
begin delete facility shall be publicly owned and operated and shall .
5be located on public landend delete
9(2) The advertising display shall not advertise products, goods,
10or services related to distilled spirits, tobacco, firearms, or sexually
29 15(3)end delete
16 The advertising display shall not cause a reduction in federal
17aid highway funds as provided in Section 131 of Title 23 of the
18United States Code.
P3 1 19(c)end delete
20 Any advertising display erected pursuant to this section shall
21be authorized by, or be in accordance with, an ordinance, including,
22but not limited to, a specific plan or sign district, adopted by the
23city or county, as applicable, that regulates advertising displays
24by either identifying the specific displays or by establishing
25regulations that include, at a minimum, all of the following:
26(1) The number of signs and total signage area allowed.
27(2) The maximum individual signage area.
28(3) Minimum sign separation.
29(4) Illumination restrictions and regulations, including signage
30refresh rate, scrolling, and brightness.
31(5) Illuminated sign hours of operation.
14 3(d)end delete
4 Nothing in this
begin delete chapterend delete limits a city or county from
5adopting an ordinance further restricting the size, number, or types
6of advertising displays authorized by this section.