MONDAY - Joint meeting of the House Transportation Policy and Finance Committee, and the Senate Transportation and Public Safety Budget Division *
Monday, Feb. 15, 2016 10:00 AM
* Agenda items are for discussion only:.
1) Review status, update and discussion on conference committee HF4 (Kelly/Dibble) Omnibus transportation policy and finance bill.
Overview presented by House Fiscal Analysis and House Research staff, and Senate Counsel, Research and Fiscal Analysis staff.
2) MnDOT presentation on status of recently passed federal transportation FAST (Fixing America’s Surface Transportation) Act legislation and its impacts on Minnesota.
- Mark Gieseke, MnDOT Office of Transportation System Management.
3) MnDOT presentation on federal Fast Act provisions related to rail safety.
- Tim Spencer, MnDOT Office of Freight and Commercial Vehicle Operations.
- Phillip Qualy, United Transportation Union.
4) Update on railroad safety improvements.
- Brian Sweeney, BNSF.
- John Apitz , Minnesota Regional Railroads Association.
5) Additional items may be added
2016 SESSION - House floor session
Tuesday, Mar. 8, 2016 12:00 PM
The Minnesota Legislature will next convene in Regular Session on Tuesday, March 8, 2016, at 12:00 p.m.
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