CA AB 3079

Author

Patrick ODonnell
P.O. Box 942849, Room 4166
Sacramento, CA 94249
916-319-2070
assemblyman.o'donnell@asm.ca.gov
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Bill Text

Category

Freight

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State

CA

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Summary

Creates the California Port Efficiency Program (CPEP) to improve efficiency of port operations.

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Issue

Creates the CPEP to fund projects that improve velocity, throughput, and reliability of port operations, as defined. Requires the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) to select projects for the CPEP that most effectively result in the program’s objectives. Defines eligible projects for the CPEP to include, but not be limited to: deployment of digital industrial infrastructure to facilitate and streamline the exchange of data between supply chain participants; and, projects designed to reduce truck visit times including, but not limited to, appointment systems and truck parking facilities. Restricts eligible applicants to regional transportation agencies or port authorities. Requires projects proposed for the CPEP to comply with the requirements for the Trade Corridor Enhancement Program.

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Notes

Died upon adjournment.

History

02/16/2018 Read first time.
02/17/2018 May be heard in committee March 19.
03/22/2018 Referred to Assembly Committee on Transportation.
03/22/2018 From committee chair, with author's amendments: Amended and re-referred to Assembly Committee on Transportation. Read second time and amended.
04/02/2018 Re-referred to Assembly Committee on Transportation.
04/17/2018 From committee chair, with author's amendments: Amended, and re-referred to Assembly Committee on Transportation. Read second time and amended.
04/18/2018 Re-referred to Assembly Committee on Transportation.
04/24/2018 Recommended for passage by Assembly Committee on Transportation. Re-referred to Assembly Committee on Appropriations.
05/09/2018 Hearing in Assembly Committee on Appropriations. Referred to Assembly Committee on Appropriations Suspense File.
05/25/2018 Held under submission in the Assembly Committee on Appropriations.