HB 905 – Relating to the Department of Transportation (DOT)
On Thursday, May 2, HB 905 by Representative Alex Andrade (R-Pensacola) was read a third time on the Senate floor and passed with a vote of 38 yeas and 0 nays.
- Prohibits local governments from adopting standards or specifications for the permissible use of aggregates that are contrary to DOT’s standards or specifications;
- Requires any contractor desiring to bid on DOT contracts in excess of $50 million to have satisfactorily completed two projects in excess of $15 million prior to being eligible to bid;
- Increases the dollar threshold for certain contract claims that may go before the State Arbitration Board.
HB 905 will now go to the Governor.
AIF supports legislation that streamlines DOT regulations and provides quality infrastructure for the businesses operating on our roads.