In 2015 the General Assembly passed House Bill 170 (The “Transportation Funding Act” of 2015) which reformed the gas tax formula and tied the gas tax to an index. Over a 20-year period, the index will provide the Georgia Department of Transportation with almost $11 billion in revenue that will help maintain material and labor costs tied to inflation. House Bill 170, as passed in 2015, included language that would have caused the consumer price index to sunset on July 1, 2018.
The Georgia Chamber is proud to announce the passage of House Bill 150. Through our partnership with members of the General Assembly, the Chamber created an amendment to House Bill 150 that now extends the sunset to July 1, 2022. This will allow the Georgia Department of Transportation to continue with the management and production of the construction program in a way that is commiserate with economic changes.
House Bill 150 will also grant the State Road & Tollway Authority the power to withhold the motor vehicle registration of those who fail to pay toll fines. It would also authorize the state to collect unpaid tolls and fines via state income tax refund set-off.
The Georgia Chamber applauds the General Assembly’s hard work, leadership, and dedication in our continued effort to improve transportation and infrastructure statewide.
rock johnson male enhancement why does nitroglycerin give you a headache i wanna eat your dick buy testosterone gel neck fusion and erectile dysfunction sildenafil generic siljoydizziness with keto diet getting shakes while on the keto diet what to eat when you are in keto diet lose 20 pounds in 12 weeks tokyo grill and keto diet dr berg keto rashamlodipine diuretic can diatomaceous earth lower your blood pressure to much is your blood pressure higher when your arm is lower than your heart good high blood pressure medicine does raising the head of the bed lower blood pressure does blood pressure pills affect men having sec