SB 619 Commonwealth Tolling Assistance Program

Bill ID:2012 Senate Bill 619
Introduced:Thursday, January 19, 2012
Sponsors: L. Louise Lucas (D)
Status:Introduced
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Commonwealth Tolling Assistance Program.  Establishes a program that would allow low-income persons and full-time students at state institutions of higher education to apply to receive electronic tolling transponders with a value of $250 to be used to pay tolls on the highways of the Commonwealth. The program would be administered by the Virginia Department of Transportation and would be available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Related Issues: Transportation

 

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State Senate - District 18 L. Louise Lucas
L. Louise Lucas is running for a seat on the 18th District Virginia State Senate.

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Governor: Robert F. McDonnell
Lieutenant Governor: Bill Bolling
Attorney General: Ken Cuccinelli
Secretary of State: Janet Polarek