HB 777: High-occupancy Toll Lanes and Express Lanes
GENERAL BILL by Willhite
High-occupancy Toll Lanes and Express Lanes; Authorizes DOT to collect tolls on high-occupancy toll lanes/express lanes only for discharge of certain bond indebtedness on projects existing before specified date; requires tolls be eliminated after discharge of bond indebtedness; prohibits creation of high-occupancy toll lanes/express lanes on or after specified date; requires existing lanes to no longer be high-occupancy toll lanes/express lanes upon elimination of tolls; authorizes DOT to collect tolls on certain express lanes for discharge of certain bond indebtedness; prohibits express lanes on turnpike system.
Last Action: 3/29/2017 House - Unfavorable by Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee, laid on Table; YEAS 6 NAYS 8 -HJ 465
Bill Text: PDF
• Referred to Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee; Transportation and Tourism Appropriations Subcommittee; Government Accountability Committee -HJ 89
• Introduced -HJ 89
• On Committee agenda-- Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee, 03/28/17, 8:00 am, Reed Hall
• Unfavorable by Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee, laid on Table; YEAS 6 NAYS 8 -HJ 465
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