NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

COMMITTEE: Transportation & Homeland Security

TIME & DATE:  8:00AM, Friday, May 20, 2005

PLACE: E1.016

CHAIR: Senator Todd Staples

Any business not addressed at today's hearing or left pending will be taken
up at the committee's hearing on Saturday at 8 a.m. in E1.016.

To consider the following:

HB 183            Brown, Fred / et al.     SP: Zaffirini
Relating to the prosecution of offenses involving the use of safety
belts and child passenger safety seat systems.

HB 366            Hegar                    SP: Zaffirini
Relating to use of safety belts and child passenger safety seat

HB 599            Eissler                  SP: Wentworth
Relating to erecting or maintaining certain outdoor signs or
advertising; creating an offense; providing penalties.

HB 600            Eissler                  SP: Wentworth
Relating to erecting certain signs on certain rights-of-way;
providing penalties.

HB 1481            Gattis                   SP: Wentworth
Relating to the offense of disobeying certain motor vehicle traffic
warning devices.

HB 1584            Casteel                  SP: Madla
Relating to requiring the operator of a vehicle storage facility to
accept certain forms of payment for the delivery or storage of a

HB 1789            Callegari                SP: Lindsay
Relating to certain obsolete documents issued in connection with
the licensing of drivers.

HB 1816            West, George "Buddy"     SP: Shapiro
Relating to the transfer of powers and duties over railroads from
the Railroad Commission of Texas to the Texas Department of

HB 1925            Driver                   SP: Brimer
Relating to removal or covering of certain signs in a construction
or maintenance work zone.

HB 2071            Rose                     SP: Van de Putte
Relating to the designation of U.S. Highway 281 as the American
Legion Memorial Highway.

HB 2239            Luna                     SP: Van de Putte
Relating to homeland security training and supplemental pay for
certain law enforcement officers.

HB 2652            Krusee                   SP: Staples
Relating to the creation of a private activity bond program for
highway and surface freight facilities.

HB 2704            Krusee                   SP: Staples
Relating to the construction, maintenance, or operation of toll or
nontoll projects or facilities.

HB 2955            Hamric                   SP: Lindsay
Relating to the operation of a motor vehicle in certain counties.

HB 3111            Corte                    SP: Janek
Relating to authorizing the presiding officer of a political
subdivision to order an evacuation in certain emergency

HB 3115            Corte                    SP: Staples
Relating to certain homeland security activities, including the
operation of the Critical Infrastructure Protection Council by the
office of the governor.

HB 3129            Hamilton                 SP: Lindsay
Relating to the creation of a driver safety program for holders of
provisional driver's licenses.

HB 3425            Geren                    SP: Brimer
Relating to the use of certain exhibition vehicles.

SB 298            Wentworth
Relating to the creation of an offense involving the supervision of
a vehicle operator holding an instruction permit.

The Senate's posting rules were suspended in order for the committee to
take up the following:

HB 988            Chisum                   SP: Lucio
Relating to the county in which a seller of a motor vehicle may
file an application for registration and certificate of title.

HB 2139            Phillips                 SP: Wentworth
Relating to certain agreements by the Texas Department of
Transportation involving pass-through tolls.

HB 2300            Turner                   SP: Whitmire
Relating to the authority of metropolitan rapid transit authorities
to enter into comprehensive development agreements.

HB 2495            Wong                     SP: Lindsay
Relating to the transfer of a motor vehicle title at a dealer



HB 988
HB 2139
HB 2300
HB 2495