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Transportation 2021-2022

The Transportation Committee met on Monday, February 22, 2021 to considered the following bills:

Senate Bill 120 (Tomlinson):  Provides an alternative to haul a dozer, with or without an attached blade.   

Moved by DiSanto, 2nd by Scavello. The bill is reported out unanimously.

Senate Bill 70 (Langerholc):  Designates a bridge carrying State Route 1008 in East Carroll Township, Cambria County, as the Kenneth John Ivory Memorial Bridge. 

Amendment No. 263 (Langerholc):  Adds the bridge key, as requested by PennDOT.

Moved by Sabatina, 2nd by Scavello, the bill is reported unanimously as amended

House Bill 11 (Kaufer):  Designates a portion of Pennsylvania Route 92 in Exeter Township, Luzerne County, as the Robert F. Kile, Sr., Memorial bridge.

Moved by Kearney, 2nd by Sabatina, the bill is reported out unanimously.

House Bill 12 (Kaufer) Designates State Route 1021 over the Susquehanna River in Wyoming Borough, Luzerne County, as the George J. Dennis, Jr., Memorial Bridge.

Moved by Kearney, 2nd by Sabatina, the bill is reported out unanimously.

House Bill 16 (Dowling):  Designates a bridge on U.S. 219 in Summit Township, Somerset County, as the SP4 Michael William Twigg Memorial bridge.

Moved by Kearney, 2nd by Sabatina, the bill is reported out unanimously.

The Transportation Committee met on Wednesday, January 27, 2021 to considered the following bills:

Senate Bill 49 (Langerholc) − An Act designating the bridge, identified as Bridge Key 8659, City of Johnstown, Cambria County, as the Reverend Andrew William Tilly, Jr., Bridge.

Bill moved by Chairman Sabatina, 2nd by Sen. Scavello.  The bill passed unanimously.

Senate Bill 55 (Langerholc) − An Act designating the bridge, identified as Bridge Key 8365 in Croyle Township, Cambria County, as the Private Fredrick Kinley Memorial Bridge.

Bill moved by Sen. Scavello, 2nd by Chairman Sabatina.  The bill passed unanimously.

Senate Bill 120 was on the agenda but went over for the day.


The Senate Transportation Committee on Monday, January 25, 2021: