SENATE BILL REPORT
This analysis was prepared by non-partisan legislative staff for the use of legislative members in their deliberations. This analysis is not a part of the legislation nor does it constitute a statement of legislative intent.
As Reported by Senate Committee On:
Transportation, February 26, 2014
Title: An act relating to transportation funding and appropriations.
Brief Description: Making 2013-2015 supplemental transportation appropriations.
Sponsors: Senators Eide and King; by request of Governor Inslee.
Committee Activity: Transportation: 2/25/14, 2/26/14 [DPS, w/oRec].
SENATE COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
Majority Report: That Substitute Senate Bill No. 6001 be substituted therefor, and the substitute bill do pass.
Signed by Senators Eide, Co-Chair; King, Co-Chair; Hobbs, Vice Co-Chair; Fain, Budget Leadership Cabinet; Cleveland, Liias, Litzow, Mullet, Rolfes and Sheldon.
Minority Report: That it be referred without recommendation.
Signed by Senators Angel, Brown, Ericksen and O'Ban.
Staff: Kim Johnson (786-7472)
Background: The operating and capital expenses of state transportation agencies and programs are funded on a biennial basis by an omnibus transportation budget adopted by the Legislature in odd-numbered years. Additionally, supplemental budgets may be adopted during the biennium making various modifications to agency appropriations.
Summary of Bill: The bill as referred to committee not considered.
Summary of Bill (Recommended Substitute): The 2013-15 biennial appropriations for various transportation agencies and programs are modified.
Fiscal Note: Not requested.
Committee/Commission/Task Force Created: No.
Effective Date: The bill contains an emergency clause and takes effect immediately.