HB 4/Analysis (BR 56) - S. Overly
AN ACT relating to road projects and declaring an emergency.
The General Assembly shall adopt a 2010-2012 Biennial Highway Construction Plan; EMERGENCY.
HB 4 - AMENDMENTS
HCS/Analysis - Acknowledge that project authorizations are based upon Transportation Cabinet estimates; provide the Transportation Cabinet with the authority to expend funds necessary to complete projects authorized in this Act, amended only by variations dictated by bid or unforeseen circumstances; provide that the Kentucky Public Infrastructure Authority, in conjunction with the Kentucky-Indiana Bi-State Authority, update the financial plan for the Louisville-Southern Indiana Ohio River Bridges Project; prohibit the Transportation Cabinet from expending funds on that project if a financial plan is not submitted to the Federal Highway Administration by December 31, 2010; establish funding criteria for road projects with certain designations; prioritize projects should any additional federal highway moneys become available; provide that this Act, in conjunction with 2010 Extraordinary Session HJR 3, shall constitute the Six Year Road Plan; set out the 2010-2012 Biennial Highway Construction Plan; EMERGENCY.
SCS/Analysis - Delete the existing 2010-2012 Biennial Highway Construction Program and replace with an updated version.
May 24-introduced in House; to Appropriations & Revenue (H); taken from Appropriations & Revenue (H); 1st reading; returned to Appropriations & Revenue (H); posting waived
May 25-reported favorably, 2nd reading, to Rules with Committee Substitute ; placed in the Orders of the Day for Wednesday, May 26, 2010
May 26-3rd reading, passed 95-2-1 with Committee Substitute ; received in Senate; taken from Committee on Committees (S); 1st reading; to Transportation (S)
May 27-taken from Transportation (S); 2nd reading; returned to Transportation (S)
May 29-reported favorably, to Rules with Committee Substitute ; posted for passage in the Regular Orders of the Day for Saturday, May 29, 2010; 3rd reading, passed 34-2 with Committee Substitute ; received in House; to Rules (H); posted for passage for concurrence in Senate Committee Substitute ; House concurred in Senate Committee Substitute ; Bill passed 85-0; enrolled, signed by each presiding officer; delivered to Governor
Jun 4-signed by Governor (Acts Chapter 4)