All Posts in ‘2016 General Assembly’

HB 718

Commonwealth Transportation Board; project proposals to regional organizations. Requires the CTB to annually submit projects that from a statewide perspective improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the transportation system and just solicit localities for input.  Currently, as regulated, the CTB may submit only up to 2 projects and otherwise all projects are submitted by localities.

HB 716

Commonwealth Transportation Board; project evaluation -Requires that for Northern Virginia, the HB2 rating for congestion mitigation shall be given a weight twice the weight of  all other factors combined. 

HB 723

NOVA: transfer of powers and duties to NOVA Authority. Merges the Northern Virginia Transportation Commission with the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority

HB 727

Northern Virginia Transportation Authority; decision-making procedure. Codifies existing practice of the NVTA to make information concerning projects in its regional transportation plan publicly available at least 30 days prior to any decision for the expenditure of funds.

SB 710

Composition of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Compact of 1966. Changes from the U.S. Administrator of General Services to the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Transportation the appointing authority for the two federal members of the Board of Directors of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority and their alternates. The change is made in […]

HB 1359

Transit Capital Project Revenue Advisory Committee. Establishes the Transit Capital Project Revenue Advisory Board (the Advisory Board) within the Department of Rail and Public Transportation to examine the effects of the loss of state transit capital funds and identify additional sources of revenue.

HB 1278

Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Compact of 1966; membership.

HJ 109

Study: Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Compact of 1966; report

HJ 110

Study: Secretary of Transportation; tolling alternatives on Interstate 66; report.  Requires a study of alternatives to adding vehicle capacity to I-66 inside the beltway and to evaluate alternatives through H599

HB 721

Toll Facilities Revolving Account; statewide prioritization process – Would require projects utilizing funds from the Toll Facilities Revolving Account to go through the HB2 process.   Toll Facilities Account is one of the several pots of transportation dollars that is exempt from HB2 evaluation.

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