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Bill Detail: SB19-032

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Title Hazardous Materials Transportation Routing
Status Governor Signed (04/08/2019)
Bill Subjects
  • Transportation & Motor Vehicles
House Sponsors J. McCluskie (D)
Senate Sponsors R. Scott (R)
House Committee Transportation and Local Government
Senate Committee Transportation and Energy
Date Introduced 01/04/2019
Description

The bill authorizes a public highway authority or a governmental
partner in a public-private partnership to apply to the Colorado state
patrol (CSP) for a new or modified hazardous materials route designation
for a road or highway that it directly or indirectly maintains. The bill also
requires the department of transportation (CDOT) to conduct a study to
assess the feasibility of allowing the transportation of hazardous materials

through the Eisenhower-Edwin C. Johnson Memorial Tunnel and prepare
a study report that includes findings and recommendations as to whether
and under what conditions the transportation of hazardous materials
through the tunnel should be allowed. CDOT must solicit input from
representatives of specified counties, towns, communities, ski resorts,
industries, organizations, emergency services providers, and the CSP
regarding the scope of the study and must consider specified information
and criteria and conduct specified types of analysis when conducting the
study.

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