CA AB 1418
Original bill stated intent to enact legislation ensuring and promoting the competitiveness of California’s statewide and local freight transportation systems. Amended bill is a completely new bill that is no longer relevant to IANA.
Amended and no longer relevant to IANA. Original bill: The Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Bond Act of 2006 (Proposition 1B) created the Trade Corridors Improvement Fund and provided for allocation by the CaliforniaTransportation Commission of $2 billion in bond funds for infrastructure improvements on highway and rail corridors that have a high volume of freight movement and for specified categories of projects eligible to receive these funds. Existing law continues the Trade Corridors Improvement Fund in existence in order to receive revenues from sources other than the bond act for these purposes. Existing law requires the California Transportation Commission, in determining trade corridor improvements eligible for funding with these revenues, to consult various plans, including the State Air Resources Board’s Sustainable Freight Strategy. This bill would state the intent of the Legislature to enact legislation ensuring and promoting the competitiveness of California’s statewide and local freight transportation systems, including job growth, in a manner consistent with the goals of the Sustainable Freight Strategy.
Amended and no longer relevant to IANA.
02/17/2017 Read first time. To print.
02/19/2017 From printer.
03/27/2017 Referred to Assembly Committee on Public Safety.
03/28/2017 From Assembly Committee on Public Safety with amendments. Amended and re-referred to the Assembly Committee on Public Safety. Read second time and amended. Completely new bill and no longer relevant to IANA.