Highways and Transportation

2022 Regular Session

Highways and Transportation

Bill Number Bill Description Bill Status
HB 127
Not Rated
CDL; prohibit for persons convicted of certain trafficking crimes. Dead
Analysis:
HB 158
Not Rated
Off-road vehicles; revise definitions of. Alive
Analysis:
HB 180
Not Rated
Headlights; require to be used whenever windshield wipers necessitated. Dead
Analysis:
HB 503
Not Rated
Memorial intersection; designate Exit 90 on Interstate 22 in Lee County as the 'Sheriff Harold Ray Presley Memorial Intersection.' Alive
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HB 504
Not Rated
Memorial highway; designate segment of I-22 in Lee County as the 'Korean War Veterans Highway.' Alive
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HB 505
Not Rated
Memorial highway; designate segment of I-22 in Lee County as the 'Vietnam Veterans Way.' Alive
Analysis:
HB 567
Not Rated
Radar; revise population threshold for municipal law enforcement to use on public streets of municipality. Alive
Analysis:
HB 811
Neutral
Memorial highways; designate in Rankin County, Mississippi. Alive
Analysis:
HB 971
Neutral
Driver's license; increase time period to renew expired license without examination. Alive
Analysis: Expands the time period to 60 months that a person can renew their driver license after expiration before being reexamined. The conference report adds language to ban anyone convicted of human trafficking from receiving a commercial driver license.
HB 990
Not Rated
Memorial highway and bridge; designate in Warren County for Margaret Gilmer. Alive
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HB 1002
Not Rated
Memorial Highway; designate segment in Copiah County as the 'Carroll V. Hood Memorial Highway'. Alive
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HB 1073
Not Rated
Bridges and culverts; revise laws regarding. Alive
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HB 1113
Not Rated
Memorial intersection; designate intersection in Clarke County as the 'PFC Damian Laquasha Heidelberg Memorial Intersection.' Alive
Analysis:
HB 1185
Bad Policy
State and Interstate highways; authorize Mississippi Transportation Commission and counties to contract for counties to maintain. Alive
Analysis: The conference report removes the requirement for the property to be sold at fair market value or subject to appraisal.
HB 1378
Not Rated
Memorial highways; designate in Prentiss County. Alive
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HB 1485
Not Rated
Harvest permits; extend repealer on provisions establishing maximum weight and approved routes of vehicles. Alive
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HB 1486
Not Rated
CDLs; require Commissioner of DPS to provide for waivers of certain tests. Alive
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SB 2009
Not Rated
Highways; include Old State Highways 6 and 9 in Pontotoc County in the state highway system. Dead
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SB 2027
Not Rated
Memorial highways; designate bridge on MS-590 in Covington County for deceased Vietnam veteran Sgt. Joseph Blackwell. Dead
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SB 2028
Not Rated
Designated bridges; name in honor of Zack Stewart. Dead
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SB 2074
Not Rated
Memorial highways; designate segments of I-22 in Lee County as 'Korean War Veterans Highway' and 'Vietnam Veterans Way.' Dead
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SB 2075
Not Rated
Memorial intersection; designate Exit 90 on Interstate 22 in Lee County as the 'Sheriff Harold Ray Presley Memorial Intersection.' Dead
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SB 2168
Not Rated
Highways; require four-laning of portions of Highway 6 in Coahoma, Panola and Quitman Counties. Dead
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SB 2169
Not Rated
Mississippi Motor Vehicle Safety Inspection Law; reinstate. Dead
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SB 2394
Not Rated
Commercial driver's license; authorize issuance to certain military-trained personnel. Dead
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SB 2463
Not Rated
Commercial driver's license; authorize issuance to military-trained personnel under Military Family Freedom Act. Dead
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SB 2475
Not Rated
Transportation commissioners; revise mandatory compensation language to make discretionary with commissioner. Dead
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SB 2480
Neutral
Highways; conform weight tolerance provision, and remove repealers relating to harvest permits and timber deed grantees. Dead
Analysis: Neutral
SB 2481
Neutral
Memorial highways; designate segment of MS-488 in Leake County as Hunky Cross Highway in memory of Austin Morrow & others. Alive
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SB 2482
Not Rated
Memorial highways; designate segment of MS-21 North in Neshoba County for Master Sergeant Bridgette R. Horn. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2483
Neutral
Recreational off-highway vehicles; raise width and unladen dry weight limits. Dead
Analysis: Neutral
SB 2491
Not Rated
All-terrain vehicles and recreational off-highway vehicles; allow tagging for operation on certain roads. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2493
Not Rated
State highway system; revise designation for Mississippi Highway 615 in Harrison County. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2494
Not Rated
Highways; include certain entrances and exits to and from Interstate 55 in the state highway system. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2507
Neutral
MS Transportation Commission; repayments to a public entity that advances funds may not include interest or other fees. Alive
Analysis: Neutral but maybe good, ask questions
SB 2508
Bad Policy
Personal delivery devices; regulate. Alive
Analysis:
SB 2509
Neutral
Outdoor advertising signs; revise height limit provisions. Alive
Analysis: Neutral.
SB 2517
Bad Policy
Commercial motor vehicles; authorize voluntary inspection program. Alive
Analysis:
SB 2519
Neutral
Motor vehicle loads; clarify provisions regarding illumination of loads extending beyond rear of vehicle. Alive
Analysis: conference report removes house strike all and takes up the original senate bill. Bill calls for trucks transporting timber to have proper lighting on the timber if it goes beyond the rear of the trailer.
SB 2520
Neutral
Memorial highways; designate segment of Mississippi Highway 45 for Senator John White. Alive
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SB 2671
Not Rated
Commercial driver's license; authorize issuance to military-trained personnel under Military Family Freedom Act. Dead
Analysis:
SN 1
Not Rated
William J. Van Devender, Jr., Jackson, Mississippi, Commercial Transportation Enforcement Division Appeals Board, term effective immediately and ending June 30, 2025. Alive
Analysis:
SN 80
Not Rated
Bradley R. (Brad) White, Madison, Mississippi, Executive Director of the Mississippi Department of Transportation, term effective July 1, 2021 and set to expire April 1, 2026. Alive
Analysis:
SN 118
Not Rated
James Morris (Jim) Richards, Jr., Ridgeland, Mississippi, Commercial Transportation Appeals Board, remainder of term beginning February 4, 2022 and ending June 30, 2022, vice Dolph Bryan. Alive
Analysis:
SN 119
Not Rated
James Morris (Jim) Richards, Jr., Ridgeland, Mississippi, Commercial Transportation Appeals Board, four year term beginning July 1, 2022 and ending June 30, 2026. Alive
Analysis:
SN 146
Not Rated
Curtis Leon (Curt) Hebert, Jr., Madison, Mississippi, Mississippi Motor Vehicle Commission, remainder of term beginning March 10, 2022 and expiring June 30, 2022, vice Michael W. Williams. Alive
Analysis:
SN 147
Not Rated
Curtis Leon (Curt) Hebert, Madison, Mississippi, Mississippi Motor Vehicle Commission, four year term beginning July 1, 2022 and ending June 30, 2026. Alive
Analysis:
KEY: * = Amended % = 3/5ths Vote Required V = Vetoed
  $ = Revenue @ = Exempted From Deadline P = Partially Vetoed