HB 2442 Transportation District Act of 1964; powers of district commissions. 
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Summary as introduced:


Transportation District Act of 1964; powers of district commissions.  Allows district commissions established under the Transportation District Act of 1964 to act as a "responsible public entity" as provided in the Public-Private Transportation Act of 1995; exercise the power of eminent domain; issue revenue bonds for the purpose of constructing, maintaining, and/or operating transportation projects; establish and collect tolls; lease all or any portion of any transportation facility under its control for construction and/or operation of lodging facilities, vehicle fueling stations, vehicle storage and repair facilities, railroad tracks, restaurants, and other businesses. Such a commission is also allowed to acquire, construct, operate, maintain, expand, or extend a transportation facility or project in a local jurisdiction that is not embraced within the district if the facility or project in the affected locality is a continuation of the commission's facility or project extended from a locality embraced within the district. The commission may additionally lease, sell, or convey a transportation facility or project within its control to another governmental entity. The commission may also promote the use of any facility or project within its control through advertising or marketing campaigns and shall establish and meet goals for participation by disadvantaged businesses.  Incorporated in HB 2666 (McDonnell).

Full text:
01/12/05  House: Prefiled & ordered printed; offered 01/12/05 051161496  pdf

Status:
01/12/05  House: Prefiled & ordered printed; offered 01/12/05 051161496
01/12/05  House: Referred to Committee on Transportation
01/21/05  House: Assigned to Tra. sub-committee: Subcommittee # 1
02/01/05  House: Incorporated by Tra. (HB2666-McDonnell) (21-Y 0-N)