I. There is established a nonlapsing fund to be known as the emergency vehicle warning sign fund which shall be continually appropriated to the department of transportation and which shall be funded by moneys paid through public-private agreements to post signs on the following highways, advising motorists to give one lane of clearance to emergency vehicles in the breakdown lane:
      (a) I-93 northbound, one sign at the Massachusetts border, one sign between Salem and Manchester, and 2 signs between Concord and the Vermont border.

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      (b) I-93 southbound, one sign at the Vermont border, one sign between the Vermont border and Concord, and 2 signs between Concord and the Massachusetts border.
      (c) I-89 northbound, 2 signs between Concord and the Vermont border.
      (d) I-89 southbound, one sign at the Vermont border and one sign between the Vermont border and Concord.
      (e) Route 101 eastbound, one sign at the intersection with I-93 and one sign between the intersection with I-93 and Hampton.
      (f) Route 101 westbound, one sign at Hampton and one sign between Hampton and the intersection with I-93.
   II. The moneys in the fund shall be expended solely for the purpose of posting the signs in paragraph I. When all such signs have been posted, any balance in the fund shall lapse to the general fund.