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COMMITTEE:    Transportation 

TIME & DATE:  8:00 AM, Thursday, April 02, 2015 

PLACE:        E2.012 
CHAIR:        Rep. Joseph Pickett 



The committee will meet to consider pending business and:


HB 457         McClendon               
Relating to the allocation of certain revenue to the Texas emissions reduction plan fund and the Texas rail relocation and improvement fund.

HB 509         Raney                   
Relating to the process for establishing speed limits on roads near certain schools.

HB 1165        Burkett                 
Relating to the disposition of administrative penalties and fines collected for violations of certain laws involving the operation of an overweight vehicle.

HB 1238        Bonnen, Dennis          
Relating to requirements for construction and maintenance work zones; creating an offense and altering a criminal penalty.

HB 1321        Bonnen, Dennis          
Relating to route designation for the issuance of a permit for the movement of oversize and overweight vehicles in certain counties.

HB 1814        Farney                  
Relating to the online renewal of driver's licenses of certain active duty military personnel.

HB 2229        Martinez, "Mando"       
Relating to the creation of regional transit authorities; granting the power of eminent domain; providing authority to issue bonds and charge fees.

HB 2701        Pickett                 
Relating to the regulation of motor vehicles by the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles; creating a criminal offense; providing a penalty; authorizing fees.

HB 2702        Pickett                 
Relating to an alternative composition of a board of directors of a regional mobility authority.

HB 2975        Martinez, "Mando"       
Relating to speed limits.

HB 3224        Murr                    
Relating to the release of certain information relating to motor vehicle accidents.

HB 3283        Zerwas                  
Relating to contributions and registrations for an anatomical gift registry; authorizing a fee.

HJR 109        Pickett                 
Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature to permit a county to issue bonds or notes to finance transportation and infrastructure projects in a defined area to be repaid from increases in revenue from ad valorem taxes in the area.




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