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The Senate Transportation Committee is the budget and policy committee with jurisdiction over issues relating to movement of goods and people. Also included in these issues are the policing of highways and the administration of vehicles and drivers' licenses.
Members of the committee may also serve on the Joint Transportation Committee which is a Legislative Agency comprised of House and Senate members that meets during the legislative interim to conduct studies on various transportation issues.
(Please note: This general description should not be considered the definitive listing of issues considered by this committee.)
Committee Meeting Documents/Electronic Bill Book (EBB)
Copies of draft bills, proposed substitute bills, or striking amendments, scheduled for committee meetings:
||Concerning transportation revenue.|
||Concerning additive transportation funding and appropriations.|
||Authorizing bonds for transportation funding.|
|Transferring certain state sales and use taxes collected on state highway projects to the connecting Washington account.|
||Concerning activities at the department of transportation funded by the environmental legacy stewardship account.|
||Concerning certain public works contracting requirements.|
||Concerning permits for state transportation corridor projects.|
||Modifying the transportation system policy goal of mobility.|
||Concerning Washington state department of transportation projects.|
||Concerning transportation project delivery.|
Supporting documents for the November 21, 2013 Work Session:
LEAP Transportation Document 2013 - MCC-1
LEAP Transportation Document 2013 - MCC-2
Proposed Transportation Package (for SB 5920, 5921, and 5922)
2013-2015 Proposed and Enacted Transportation Budgets
2013 Proposed and Enacted Supplemental Transportation Budgets
2012 Citizen's Guide to the Transportation Budget
Current and Archived Budgets
Reports and Publications
Recent Reports and Publications
Archived Reports and Publications
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