Responsibility for the management of multi-use agreements is shared by MNT and the Design Division (DES). For motorway projects in the design phase or under construction, proposals for the development of several uses are submitted to DES. In the case of completed motorway projects, multi-use proposals will be submitted to MNT. The district should inspect several sites of use regularly during construction, within thirty days of completion, and then once a year. Compliance with the terms of the agreement should be respected. When a company collects a parking fee to cover the costs of building, maintaining and operating the facility, the district must conduct regular audits to ensure that the company is not making a profit. Any request for a reuse agreement should be coordinated with the Maintenance Division (MNT) in the initial phase. The district should retain responsibility for the preparation of the agreement with the applicant party, which provides the information, exposures necessary for the preparation of the agreement. The Ministry may enter into an agreement with a political sub-directorate or a federal authority to use certain parts of highway law for purposes other than highways. Public bodies may include things such as car parks, parks, recreational areas, cycling and walking paths, boat ramps, law enforcement functions, etc.
A multi-use agreement (Form 2044) must be concluded for each intended multi-use device. Projects on the Federal Aid Highway System are subject to FHWA approval. Form 2044-EDF is used for multiple use agreements with federal authorities. The power to enforce a reuse agreement is included in the Texas Administrative Code, Title 43, Section 11.21. . . . .