98th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Bills Indexed by Subject

BillSponsor Bill StringDate/Last Action
 Bill Information
HB134Rowland, Lyle HB 1344/13/2015 Public Hearing Held (S)
  0360H.01P - Designates a portion of Highway 160 in Ozark County as "The Jerry Corp Memorial Highway"
HB146Reiboldt, Bill HB 1461/20/2015 Referred: Agriculture Policy
  0453H.02I - Changes the laws regarding agriculture
HB161Gosen, Don HB 1614/20/2015 Public Hearing Scheduled, Bill not Heard (H)
  0663H.01I - Prohibits all drivers, regardless of age, from text messaging while operating of a moving motor vehicle and increases the penalty for the crime of texting while driving
HB164Kolkmeyer, Glen HB 1644/21/2015 Reported Do Pass (H)
  0635H.01I - Repeals a provision prohibiting certain trucks from being driven in the far left-hand lane of certain highways
HB207Curtman, Paul HCS HB 2075/6/2015 Public Hearing Held (S)
  0753H.02P - Prohibits political subdivisions and state agencies from using automated traffic enforcement systems, subject to approval by Missouri voters
HB210Conway, Kathie HB 2105/6/2015 Placed on Informal Calendar
  0260H.01P - Allows community college police officers to establish regulations to control vehicular traffic on any thoroughfare owned or maintained by the college
HB234Spencer, Bryan HB 2344/16/2015 Referred: Select Committee on Judiciary
  0667H.01I - Prohibits the use of automated traffic enforcement systems beginning August 28, 2015, and requires any political subdivision to complete or terminate any automated traffic enforcement contract within one year
HB295Kelley, Mike HB 2954/28/2015 Voted Do Pass with Amendments (H)
  0924H.01I - Raises the maximum speed limit on rural interstates and freeways of the state from 70 to 75 miles per hour
HB302Hicks, Ron HB 3024/22/2015 Voted Do Pass (H)
  0629L.01I - Increases the penalties for the offense of failing to yield the right-of-way and the time period that the court may order the suspension of a person's driving privilege for the offense
HB388Hoskins, Denny HCS HB 3884/23/2015 Executive Session Held (S)
  1180H.02P - Changes the laws regarding weight limitations for vehicles hauling livestock or agricultural products on state highways and the laws regarding log trucks and tractors
HB398Peters, Joshua HB 3985/15/2015 Referred: Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
  1124L.01I - Prohibits texting while operating a moving motor vehicle by drivers of all ages
HB450English, Keith HB 4504/22/2015 Referred: Select Committee on State and Local Governments
  0128H.01I - Prohibits anyone from sending, reading, or writing a text message while operating a motor vehicle
HB452English, Keith HB 4524/16/2015 Referred: Select Committee on Judiciary
  0132H.01I - Requires any automated traffic enforcement system to include a sign located at the intersection indicating the presence of the system
HB453English, Keith HB 4534/16/2015 Referred: Select Committee on Judiciary
  0133H.01I - Requires any traffic enforcement system photograph to depict the driver from the front in order for the violation to be valid
HB498Spencer, Bryan HB 4985/15/2015 Referred: Transportation
  1183H.01I - Prohibits any person under the age of 18 from operating a motorcycle or motortricycle without protective headgear
HB522Cookson, Steve SS SCS HB 522, HB 34, HB 133, HB 134, HB 810, HB 338 & HB 8736/25/2015 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
  1303S.04T - Changes the laws regarding bridge and highway designations
HB523Burlison, Eric HB 5235/5/2015 Placed on Informal Calendar
  1257H.02P - Exempts motorcyclists 21 years of age or older from wearing a helmet when operating a motorcycle or motortricycle if they have the appropriate health insurance coverage
HB534Korman, Bart HB 5342/11/2015 Referred: Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
  1365H.01I - Eliminates the requirement that an operator of a motor vehicle come to full and complete stop for the purposes of turning right at a red light
HB553Pietzman, Randy HCS HB 5534/29/2015 Executive Session Held (S)
  1375H.02P - Allows motorcycle license plates to be mounted horizontally or vertically centered as long as the mounting meets the sight requirement
HB562Davis, Charlie HB 5625/5/2015 Placed on Informal Calendar
  1466H.01P - Recognizes certain three-wheeled vehicles as motor vehicles
HB580Hinson, Dave HB 5801/27/2015 Referred: Transportation
  1469H.01I - Recognizes certain three-wheeled vehicles as motor vehicles
HB591Kelley, Mike HB 5912/10/2015 Referred: Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
  1379H.02I - Prohibits law enforcement agencies from stopping a motorcyclist for failing to wear protective headgear
HB675Rowden, Caleb HB 6755/7/2015 Placed on Informal Calendar
  1572L.01P - Changes the laws regarding motor vehicle height and weight limits in certain city commercial zones
HB689Korman, Bart HB 6893/11/2015 Public Hearing Completed (H)
  1320H.02I - Creates the Divided Highway Transportation Fund and designates how moneys in the fund must be disbursed
HB702Higdon, Galen HB 7024/7/2015 Reported Do Pass (H)
  1637H.01I - Establishes the Fair Fare Passenger Safety Act of 2015 that prohibits any person operating a motor vehicle for compensation and transporting passengers from using a hand-held wireless device
HB721Walker, Nate HB 7215/15/2015 Referred: Transportation
  1669H.01I - Changes the laws regarding pedestrians and bicyclists
HB775Fitzwater, Paul HB 7754/22/2015 Executive Session Held (S)
  1782H.01P - Designates a portion of State Highway 21 as the "Donald Lee Cook Memorial Highway"
HB882McGaugh, Joe Don SCS HCS HB 8825/7/2015 Executive Session Held (S)
  1937S.03C - Establishes the Agri-Ready County Designation Program
HB885Sommer, Chrissy HB 8855/15/2015 Referred: Transportation
  1849H.01I - Changes the laws regarding the regulation of auto cycle operators and exempts them from using protective headgear
HB1025Johnson, Delus HB 10255/15/2015 Referred: Transportation
  1768H.01I - Specifies that any person 21 years of age or older who is traveling through Missouri at certain times and is not required by his or her state of residence to wear a helmet must not be required to wear a helmet in Missouri
HB1051Rizzo, John HB 10515/15/2015 Referred: Conservation and Natural Resources
  2054L.01I - Provides that any fines imposed for illegal or unauthorized dumping or littering must be doubled when the offense occurs on a scenic byway
HB1126Johnson, Delus HB 11265/15/2015 Referred: Transportation
  2474H.01I - Specifies that the requirement that every person operating or riding on a motorcycle on any state highway wear protective headgear will not apply from August 1 through August 21 of each year
HB1216Chipman, Jason HB 12164/15/2015 Referred: Select Committee on State and Local Governments
  2368H.02I - Designates the State Highway 19 bridge over the Meramec River between the cities of Cuba and Steelville as the "Betty Vickers Memorial Bridge"
HB1346Rehder, Holly HB 13464/16/2015 Voted Do Pass (H)
  2697H.01I - Specifies that any county must be empowered to adopt traffic regulations in the unincorporated territory of the county
HCR48Kolkmeyer, Glen HCR 485/15/2015 Referred: Emerging Issues
  2625H.01I - Urges Congress to grant states the ability to increase the amount of weight trucks are permitted to carry on a state's interstate highways and bridges
HJR42Brattin, Rick HJR 424/28/2015 Public Hearing Completed (H)
  2233H.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment that would require the Department of Transportation to meet certain funding requirements before spending state revenues or appropriated monies
HJR52Love, Warren HJR 523/31/2015 Referred: Ways and Means
  2633H.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment seeking approval of a .2% temporary sales tax to improve the state highway system and the state transportation system
SB3Pearce, David SB 312/1/2014 Prefiled in the Senate (S)
  0459S.01I - Expands ban on using cell phones while driving to all drivers and to include telephone calls
SB135Holsman, Jason SB 13512/8/2014 Prefiled in the Senate (S)
  0739S.01I - Allows qualified motorcycle operators to operate motorcycles and motortricycles without protective headgear under certain conditions
SB236Keaveny, Joseph SB 2361/13/2015 Introduced and First Read (S)
  1210S.01I - Increases the fine for seat belt violations from $10 to $50
SB267Schaefer, Kurt SCS SB 2674/16/2015 SCS Reported Do Pass (S)
  0230S.03C - Increases the penalties and driver license suspension periods for those who fail to yield the right-of-way in certain instances
SB274Schupp, Jill SB 2741/20/2015 Introduced and First Read (S)
  1452S.01I - Applies ban on using cell phones related to text messaging while driving to all drivers
SB275Schupp, Jill SB 2751/20/2015 Introduced and First Read (S)
  1453S.01I - Requires the driver and all passengers in a car or truck to wear a safety belt with certain exceptions
SB296Schaaf, Rob SB 2961/22/2015 Introduced and First Read (S)
  1551S.01I - Exempts users of enclosed three wheel vehicles that contain manufacturer-installed seat belts with shoulder restraints from the requirement to wear helmets
SB339Munzlinger, Brian SB 3394/2/2015 Reported Do Pass (S)
  1787S.01I - Authorizes all third and fourth class counties to collect a property tax to pay for road rock on county roads
SB344Wasson, Jay SB 3441/28/2015 Introduced and First Read (S)
  0594S.02I - Modifies regulation of auto cycle operators and exempts such operators from using protective headgear
SB370Munzlinger, Brian SB 3702/2/2015 Introduced and First Read (S)
  1798S.01I - Regulates the use of automated traffic enforcement systems to enforce speed limits
SB423Brown, Dan SB 4232/9/2015 Introduced and First Read (S)
  1958S.01I - Reduces the maximum standard speed limit on all rural roads to forty-five miles per hour
SB430Curls, Shalonn SB 4305/5/2015 Motion to Do Pass Failed (H)
  2139S.01I - Requires cities, towns, and villages proposing to annex a portion of a state highway to also annex a specified portion of the area on either side of the highway
SB556Pearce, David SB 5562/26/2015 Introduced and First Read (S)
  2415S.01I - Modifies definitions and safety provisions for pedestrians and bicycles