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 Bill Status of HB4502  9th General Assembly


House Sponsors
Rep. Elaine Nekritz

Last Action
DateChamber Action
  1/8/2013HouseSession Sine Die

Statutes Amended In Order of Appearance
630 ILCS 5/10
630 ILCS 5/15
630 ILCS 5/20
630 ILCS 5/25
630 ILCS 5/35
630 ILCS 5/40
630 ILCS 5/45
630 ILCS 5/65

Synopsis As Introduced
Amends the Public-Private Partnerships for Transportation Act. Defines "design-build agreement" and "shortlist". Provides that the net proceeds, if any, arising out of a transportation project or public-private agreement undertaken by the Department of Transportation under the Act shall be deposited into the Road (instead of the State Construction Account) Fund. Removes language providing that the Toll Highway Authority shall not enter into a public-private agreement for the purpose of making roadway improvements. Provides hearing requirements to address potential projects submitted to the General Assembly under the Act. Makes other changes in the Section concerning formation of public-private agreements and project planning. Replaces provisions concerning the selection of design work contractors and procurement procedure provisions for public agencies. Replaces prequalification provisions with provisions concerning shortlisting. Re-letters the subsections of a Section concerning procurement process and makes other changes to that Section. Makes changes in a Section concerning design-build procurement. Replaces "construction" with "development" and adds design-build-finance agreements to the list of acceptable forms of agreement. Removes language making a transportation agency taking over a project subject to liens on revenues which had been previously granted by the contractor. Provides that public and private entities shall have an equal opportunity to contract with the Authority. Makes a change in the Section concerning financial arrangements. Provides that a public-private agreement may not exceed 65 (instead of 99) years. Effective immediately.

DateChamber Action
  1/31/2012HouseFiled with the Clerk by Rep. Elaine Nekritz
  1/31/2012HouseFirst Reading
  1/31/2012HouseReferred to Rules Committee
  2/17/2012HouseAssigned to Judiciary I - Civil Law Committee
  3/9/2012HouseRule 19(a) / Re-referred to Rules Committee
  1/8/2013HouseSession Sine Die

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