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January 2015 State Legislatures coverMore states are turning to the private sector to complete transportation projects. Read On the Road (and Bridge) Again, a January 2015 State Legislatures article.

Find out what legislatures are doing with regards to UberX and Lyft-type transportation services in Riding by the Rules a December State Legislatures article.

Try out the Center for Disease Control’s new safety calculator, recently highlighted at NCSL’s Forum in Washington D.C.

 

 

 

NEWS AND EVENTS

2014 Fall Forum logoView the 2014 Forum resource page that includes the NRI Committee and the transportation sessions that happened in Washingon, D.C, on Dec. 11.

Watch the latest transportation webinar, "Sustainable State Transportation Funding and Spending."

 

RESEARCH AND REPORTS

elderly person getting on busRead this new report, Non-Emergency Medical Transportation: A Vital Lifeline for a Healthy Community.

A new January 2015 LegisBrief, "Catching Unlawful School Bus Passers With Cameras."

Find out how state legislatures are using a variety of approaches to ensure quality passenger rail options in this LegisBrief "Preserving Passenger Rail Service."

TRANSPORTATION AND FUNDING

gas pumpFind out which states passed gas tax legislation in 2013 and 2014 by accessing our Gas Tax Legislation page.

 

 

OVERVIEW | TRANSPORTATION

State legislatures are largely responsible for the vital transportation systems that are key to America's economic growth, mobility and quality of life. Transportation issues addressed by NCSL include access and mobility, airports and aviation, alternative fuels, bicycles, commercial vehicles, driver's licenses, drunk and impaired driving, freight mobility, funding and finance, gas taxes, highway infrastructure and management, hazardous materials ("hazmat") transportation, motor vehicles, ports, public transit, rail, REAL ID, registration and titling, traffic safety, transportation technologies, waterways and much more.

STANDING COMMITTEE

Congress dome NCSL's Natural Resources and Infrastructure (NRI) Committee is one of eight that educates Congress and federal agencies about state concerns and serves as a forum for state legislators and legislative staff. In particular, this committee has jurisdiction over state and federal energy, environment, agriculture and transportation programs, legislation, regulations and policies.

 

 

NEWSLETTER AND DATABASES

DatabaseNCSL brings you up to date, real-time information about federal and state transportation policy developments. Check out our monthly Transport Report newsletter featuring state and federal transportation news, trends and resources. Also, with our accessible, free databases, you can search and sort transportation bills from the states and the District of Columbia related to traffic safety, transportation access and mobility, REAL ID and transportation funding and finance.

 

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