Legislation Assigned to the Senate Tran Committee (14)

Date of Last Recorded Action: 5/19/2018


H 3247 Makes several changes to the current law on mopeds02.08.2017 The House Education and Public Works Committee gave this bill a favorable report.02.07.2017 The House Education and Public Works Transportation subcommittee gave this bill a favorable report.01.25.2017 The House Education and Public Works Transportation subcommittee adjourned debate on this bill.01.18.2017 The House Education and Public Works Transportation subcommittee adjourned debate on this bill.Summary of the bill as introduced: Defines a moped as a cycle, defined as a motor vehicle, with or without pedals, to permit propulsion by human power, that travels on no more than three wheels in contact with the ground powered by gas, electricity, alternative fuel, or a hybrid combination.
Sponsor: William Crosby House Com: EdPW Senate Com: Tran
Status: Act No. 89 Status Date: 5/31/2017
Keywords: House Public Safety Week of 01.16.2017 Week of 01.23.2017 Week of 02.06.2017
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H 4466 Allows municipalities to adopt an ordinance that regulates the operation of unlicensed vehicles on public streets and highways when the vehicles are offered for rent05.02.2018 The Senate Transportation Committee gave this bill a favorable report.03.22.2018 The House Education and Public Works Committee gave this bill a favorable report as amended. The amendment makes cities apply any ordinance changes or additions to state law.02.28.2018 The House Education and Public Works Motor Vehicles subcommittee gave this bill a favorable report as amended. The amendments give municipalities the express authority to regulate rented or leased mopeds or golf carts related to safety devices, geographic area and specific roadways. The amendment also grants counties the ability to regulate the unlicensed vehicles within unincorporated areas.Summary of the bill as introduced: Allows municipalities to adopt an ordinance that regulates the operation of certain unlicensed vehicles on public streets and highways when the vehicles are offered for rent on a daily, weekly, monthly basis.
Sponsor: Alan Clemmons House Com: EdPW Senate Com: Tran
Status: Senate - Senate insists upon amendment and conference committee appointed Hutto, Rankin, Grooms Status Date: 5/10/2018
Keywords: General Governance House Week of 02.26.2018 Week of 03.19.2018 Week of 04.30.2018
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S 0197 Makes several changes to the current law on mopeds01.18.2017 The Senate Transportation Committee gave this bill a favorable report as amended. The amendment requires SC Department of Public Safety to collect and report to the Senate Transportation Committee statistics on moped riders and use. The amendment also exempts vehicles over 750 watts from the provisions of this bill.01.17.2017 A Senate Transportation subcommittee gave this bill a favorable report as amended. The amendment conforms the bill to S689 from 2016 that required beginners’ permits for moped riders and the final version of the insurance requirement in the moped bill passed in S689. Summary of the bill as introduced: Makes several changes to the law on mopeds and moped operation.
Sponsor: Greg Hembree House Com: EdPW Senate Com: Tran
Status: Referred to Committee on Education and Public Works Status Date: 2/1/2017
Keywords: Week of 01.16.2017
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S 0210 Requires the SC DOT to impose a toll along I-95 Summary of the bill as introduced: Requires the SC Department of Transportation to impose a toll along I-95 where it crosses Lake Marion in either Orangeburg or Clarendon County and to use the revenue from the toll for maintenance on I-95.
Sponsor: Kevin Johnson House Com: Senate Com: Tran
Status: Referred to Committee on Transportation Status Date: 1/10/2017
Keywords: Transportation Week of 01.09.2017
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S 0343 Requires the S.C. Department of Transportation to bear costs for construction projects or improvementsSummary of the bill as introduced: Requires the S.C. Department of Transportation to bear costs, not to exceed 7.5 percent of the total project costs, for construction projects or improvements.
Sponsor: Paul Campbell House Com: Senate Com: Tran
Status: Senate - Referred to Committee on Transportation Status Date: 2/1/2017
Keywords: Transportation Week of 01.30.2017
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S 0505 Requires the SC DOT Commission to establish project priority lists Summary of the bill as introduced: Requires the SC DOT Commission to establish project priority lists for each program category proposed to be included in the statewide transportation infrastructure plan and the state non-federal aid program.
Sponsor: Lawrence Grooms House Com: Senate Com: Tran
Status: Referred to Committee on Transportation Status Date: 3/2/2017
Keywords: Transportation Week of 02.27.2017
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S 0710 Allows contracts with political subdivisions on turnpike projectsSummary of the bill as introduced: Allows contracts with political subdivisions on turnpike projects.
Sponsor: Luke Rankin House Com: Senate Com: Tran
Status: Senate - Referred to Committee on Transportation Status Date: 5/8/2017
Keywords: Transportation Week of 05.08.2017
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S 0809 Allows a fine of up to $200 for driving on the wrong side of the roadwaySummary of the bill as introduced: Allows a fine of up to $200 for driving on the wrong side of the roadway.
Sponsor: Ross Turner House Com: Senate Com: Tran
Status: Senate - Referred to Committee on Transportation Status Date: 1/9/2018
Keywords: Public Safety Senate
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S 0836 Requires golf cart owners to obtain a permit and registration and increases golf cart permit feesSummary of the bill as introduced: Requires golf cart owners to obtain a permit and registration from the SC Department of Motor Vehicles and increases golf cart permit fees from $5 to $50.
Sponsor: Stephen Goldfinch House Com: Senate Com: Tran
Status: Senate - Referred to Committee on Transportation Status Date: 1/9/2018
Keywords: General Governance Senate
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S 0876 Allows the SC Department of Public Safety to impose a fine of $200 in addition to penalties if a person is driving over a certain speed on certain roadsSummary of the bill as introduced: Allows the SC Department of Public Safety to impose a fine of $200 in addition to penalties if a person is driving over 75 mph on a two-lane highway or at a speed over 85 mph on a four-lane highway.
Sponsor: Katrina Shealy House Com: Senate Com: Tran
Status: Senate - Referred to Committee on Transportation Status Date: 1/9/2018
Keywords: Public Safety Week of 01.08.2018
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S 0880 Allows a state or local government entity to operate an all terrain vehicle along public streets and highways within its jurisdictionSummary of the bill as introduced:Allows a state or local government entity to operate an all- terrain  vehicle along public streets and highways within its jurisdiction.
Sponsor: Michael Gambrell House Com: Senate Com: Tran
Status: Senate - Referred to Committee on Transportation Status Date: 1/10/2018
Keywords: Public Safety Week of 01.08.2018
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S 0908 Requires candidates for a commercial drivers' licenses to complete training on human traffickingSummary of the bill as introduced:Requires candidates for a commercial drivers' licenses to complete an in-person or online human trafficking awareness course.
Sponsor: Katrina Shealy House Com: Senate Com: Tran
Status: Senate - Referred to Committee on Transportation Status Date: 1/23/2018
Keywords: General Governance Week of 01.22.2018
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S 0932 Requires an entity undertaking a transportation improvement project to bear the cost of relocating water and sewer lines03.22.2018 The Senate Transportation Committee gave this bill a favorable report.03.13.2018 A Senate Transportation subcommittee gave this bill a favorable report.Summary of the bill as introduced: Requires an entity undertaking a transportation improvement project to bear the cost of relocating water and sewer lines.
Sponsor: Paul Campbell House Com: EdPW Senate Com: Tran
Status: House - Referred to Committee on Education and Public Works Status Date: 4/3/2018
Keywords: Utilities Week of 01.22.2018 Week of 03.12.2018 Week of 03.19.2018
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S 1039 Requires the colored tag placed on an unattended vehicle by a law enforcement officer to be capable reflecting lightSummary of the bill as introduced: Requires the colored tag placed on an unattended vehicle by a law enforcement officer to be capable reflecting light.
Sponsor: Vincent Sheheen House Com: Senate Com: Tran
Status: Senate - Referred to Committee on Transportation Status Date: 2/22/2018
Keywords: Police Week of 02.19.2018
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