HB1881 Includes all principal arterial roads in the City of St. Louis in the state road system.
Sponsor: Auer, Ron (59) Effective Date:00/00/0000
CoSponsor: LR Number: 4333L.01P
Last Action: COMMITTEE: SENATE TRANSPORTATION
05/02/2000 - Executive Session Held (S)
VOTED DO PASS
HB1881
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PERFECTED

HB 1881 -- STATE HIGHWAYS AND ROAD SYSTEM (Shelton)

This bill requires all highways in the City of St. Louis which
are functionally classified as of January 1, 1999, by the
Missouri Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway
Administration as principal arterial highways to be considered
part of the state highway system.  State reimbursement may not
exceed the average state reimbursement for non-interstate roads.

FISCAL NOTE:  Cost to State Road Fund of $7,392,450 in FY 2001,
$7,614,223 in FY 2002, and $7,842,650 in FY 2003.


COMMITTEE

HB 1881 -- STATE HIGHWAYS AND ROAD SYSTEM

SPONSOR:  Auer

COMMITTEE ACTION:  Voted "do pass" by the Committee on
Transportation by a vote of 16 to 6 with 1 present.

This bill requires all highways in the City of St. Louis which
are functionally classified as of January 1, 1999, by the
Missouri Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway
Administration as principal arterial highways to be considered
part of the state highway system.

FISCAL NOTE:  Cost to State Road Fund of Unknown in FY 2001, FY
2002, and FY 2003.  Expected to exceed $1,000,000 annually.

PROPONENTS:  Supporters say that they would like the same
maintenance benefits on state roads which pass through their
city that are provided other cities.

Testifying for the bill were Representative Auer; Francis G.
Slay, President of the Board of Alderman, St. Louis; St. Louis
Mayor's Office; and East-West Gateway Coordinating Council.

OPPONENTS:  Those who oppose the bill say that this will further
deplete existing revenues available for highways without
providing additional funding.

Testifying against the bill was Department of Transportation.

Robert Triplett, Legislative Analyst


INTRODUCED

HB 1881 -- State Highways and Road System

Sponsor:  Auer

This bill requires all highways in the City of St. Louis which
are functionally classified as of January 1, 1999, by the
Missouri Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway
Administration as principal arterial highways to be considered
part of the state highway system.


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