(Garofalo) - Electric vehicle charging station parking regulated.
(Zerwas) - School bus body color requirement standards modified.
(Nash) - Motorcycle operating requirements modified for individuals possessing a two-wheeled vehicle instruction permit.
(Anderson) - Decommissioned military vehicle registration and use authorized.
(Knoblach) - Northstar Commuter Rail passenger service extension and modification negotiations required.
(Poston) - Cass County; Trunk Highway 210 segment designated as State Trooper Ray Krueger Memorial Highway.
(Metsa) - Eveleth; bridge over U.S. Highway 53 designated as Specialist Noah Pierce Bridge.
(Anderson) - Highway 494 noise analysis and noise barrier program activities required.
(Koznick) - Transportation Department provisions modified, and Indian employment preference authorized.
(Haley) - Wabasha; U.S. Highway 61 segment designated as Trooper Dale G. Roehrich Memorial Highway.
(Daniels) - I-35 signage required.
(Dean) - Freight rail economic development program established, rail-related accounts modified, and technical changes made.
We will reconvene at the call of the chair, approximately 6pm, in Hearing Room 5 to take up the omnibus DE amendment and any other amendments.
HF3369 DE1 amendment - Transportation and Regional Governance Policy Omnibus bill.
Additional bills may be added.
(Layman) - Transportation network companies regulated.
(Swedzinski) - Permits to mow or hay trunk highway rights-of-way moratorium established.
(Runbeck) - Transportation policy and finance various provisions modified, and Metropolitan Council governance amended.
(Hertaus) - Light rail transit and freight rail colocation construction prohibition established.
HFXXXX - (Runbeck) Clarifying operating costs covered by state funds (Pending referral)
HFXXXX- (Runbeck) Co-location prohibited
HFXXXX - (Runbeck) Voter approval required for new or increased transit tax (Pending referral)
(Lucero) - Sewage septic tank trucks exempted from vehicle-weight limitations.
(Barr) - Statewide highway investment plan revision directed to prioritize mobility investments.
(Bahr) - Commercial vehicle inspection requirements amended, and technical and clarifying changes made.
(Bahr) - Motor carrier tariff requirements modified.
(O'Neill) - Ignition interlock for repeat offenders required to reinstate driving privileges, and driving without a license after a DWI-related offense may not be added to the Statewide Payables List.
(Anselmo) - DUI; lifetime revocation of licenses and permits to drive for repeat offenders, and reinstatement process created.
(Koznick) - Human Services Department and Metropolitan Council data sharing for special transportation purposes authorized, and Metro Mobility service area extended.
(Neu Brindley) - Snowmobile or all-terrain vehicle privileges revoked following a conviction for driving under the influence.
(Peterson) - Metropolitan Council staggered terms provided, nomination committee membership expanded, additional information required to be made publicly available as part of the selection process, and council member qualifications clarified.
(Bernardy) - Bicycle traffic regulations, powers, and duties modified; Transportation Department powers and duties related to bikeways and state bicycle routes modified, and active transportation program eligibility broadened.
(Hilstrom) - Predatory offender registration provisions amended.
(Runbeck) - Operating costs defined for purposes of the state share of light rail operating costs.
(Davids) - Provisions governing passing emergency vehicles stopped on a roadway modified.
(Miller) - Eligibility requirements for services signs modified.
(Kiel) - Licensed physical therapists authorized to provide a medical statement for parking privileges for physically disabled persons.
(Kiel) - Railroad crossing requirements amended to include on-track equipment.
(Drazkowski) - School bus lighting requirements modified, supplemental warning systems governed, fund use provided, and technical changes made.
(Zerwas) - Public safety commissioner's authority to suspend drivers' licenses modified, retroactive driver's license reinstatement provided, and technical changes made.
(Zerwas) - Reduction or waiver of the criminal and traffic surcharge authorized; courts required to consider indigency or hardship before imposing fines, fees, or surcharges; and notice required.