COMMITTEE:    Transportation 

TIME & DATE:  7:30 AM, Wednesday, April 10, 2013 

PLACE:        E1.016 (Hearing Room) 
CHAIR:        Senator Robert Nichols 



To consider the following:


SB 854        Van de Putte
Relating to the regulation of motor vehicle dealers, manufacturers, distributors, and representatives.

SB 1018       Carona
Relating to the agreements, costs, revenues, and finances of regional tollway authorities.

SB 1274       Watson
Relating to the certification of sheriffs and deputy sheriffs to enforce commercial motor vehicle safety standards in certain counties.

SB 1329       Paxton
Relating to remedies for nonpayment of regional tollway authority tolls.

SB 1415       Deuell
Relating to notice of termination by suppliers of certain dealer agreements governed by the Fair Practices of Equipment Manufacturers, Distributors, Wholesalers, and Dealers Act.

SB 1488       Watson
Relating to the authority for the department of transportation to enter into a comprehensive development agreement for the financing, design, acquisition, construction, maintenance, or operation of a rail facility or system.

SB 1489       Watson
Relating to the powers and jurisdiction of a regional mobility authority.

SB 1632       Hinojosa
Relating to the financing of transportation projects; authorizing fees.

SB 1669       Nichols
Relating to the regulation of motor vehicles by counties and the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles; authorizing a fee; creating an offense.

SB 1670       Nichols
Relating to the fees for oversize and overweight vehicle permits.

SB 1671       Nichols
Relating to the fines for and other enforcement of laws providing for the operation of oversize or overweight vehicles.

SB 1705       Campbell
Relating to the administration of certain examinations required to obtain a driver's license.

SB 1747       Uresti
Relating to a fund for certain county transportation infrastructure projects and the creation of County Energy Transportation Reinvestment Zones.

SB 1792       Watson
Relating to remedies for nonpayment of tolls; for the use of certain toll projects; authorizing a fee and certain investigative and court costs; creating an offense.

At the Chair's discretion, the Committee may also consider any pending business. 


Public testimony will be limited to 3 minutes per person.




Bills added after last posting:

SB 1747


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