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House Transportation & Energy

The House Transportation & Energy Committee considers matters concerning motor vehicle law, traffic regulation, transportation funding, public infrastructure, and other subject areas related to the state transportation system.  In addition, the committee has legislative oversight responsibility for the Department of Transportation, the Public Utilities Commission, and the Colorado Energy Office.


Committee Members

Max Tyler, Chair

Dominick Moreno, Vice-chair






Perry Buck

  Joann Ginal  

Diane Mitsch Bush


Don Coram


Tracy Kraft-Tharp

  Cherylin Peniston  

Justin Everett


Polly Lawrence

  Ray Scott  

Randy Fischer


Pete Lee





Staff Contact:  Kelli Kelty  *  Phone: (303) 866-3518


2014 Committee Schedule
Meeting Days Time Location Meeting Information
Wednesdays 1:30 PM HCR 0112 House Calendar

Bills and Fiscal Notes 

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Meeting Summaries and Votes 

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2014-15 SMART Government Act Hearings
Meeting Information Time Location
December 12
Summary 10:00 a.m. SCR 356 

Publications of Interest

Joint Budget Committee Joint Budget Committee Staff Budget Briefing on the Department of Transportation (FY 2014-15)
Colorado Department of Revenue Colorado Driver Handbook
  Colorado Motorcycle Operator's Handbook
  Colorado Road and Community Safety Act (Senate Bill 13-251)
  Quality and Assurance and Enforcement Issues Report
Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) U.S. 36 Public-Private Partnership
  2014 Regulatory Agenda
  FY 2014-15 Performance Plan
  Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP)
  Responsible Acceleration of Maintenance and Partnerships (RAMP)
  FY 2014 Strategic Operational Plan
  2014 Transportation Deficit Report
  FY 2013 High Performance Transportation Enterprise Annual Report
  FY 2013 Motorcycle Operator Safety Training (MOST) Annual Report
  2013 Colorado Bridge Enterprise Annual Report
Colorado Energy Office 2014-15 Performance Plan
Legislative Council Staff Cell Phone Use and Distracted Driving Laws
  Overview of Senate Bill 09-228, Concerning an Increase in the Flexibility of the General Assembly to Determine the Appropriate Use of State Revenues


The Legislative Council Staff prepares memoranda, bill tracking documents, summaries of legislation, reports, and issue briefs related to transportation and motor vehicles. 



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