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House Committee on Transportation - 76th R.S. (1999)

Committee Members
Clyde Alexander, Chair
Bill Siebert, Vice Chair
Yvonne Davis
Al Edwards
Peggy Hamric
Judy Hawley
Fred Hill
Rick Noriega
D.R. 'Tom' Uher
• Study ways the state and counties can ensure a safe, adequately funded county road and bridge system consistent with encouraging commerce and economic growth.
• Study the advantages and disadvantages of a graduated driver's license program, including the experience of states that have recently enacted such programs.
• Examine highway funding issues in light of the combined impact of rapid transportation growth and increased NAFTA traffic. Monitor state and federal developments related to funding and planning of NAFTA corridors.
• Conduct active oversight of the agencies under the committee's jurisdiction, including effects of legislation increasing speed limits.

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