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H.R. 2 - INVEST in America Act [Moving Forward Act]

Bill Text

  • Rules Committee Print 116-54 PDF XML

    Showing the text of H.R. 2, as ordered reported by the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, with modifications.

  • Text of H.R. 2 PDF XML

    (as introduced)

Rule Information

COMMITTEE ACTION:
REPORTED BY A RECORD VOTE OF 8-4 on Monday, June 29, 2020.

MANAGERS: Morelle/Woodall

1. Structured rule.
2. Provides two hours of general debate on the bill equally divided and controlled by the chair and ranking minority member of the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure.
3. Waives all points of order against consideration of the bill.
4. Provides that an amendment in the nature of a substitute consisting of the text of Rules Committee Print 116-54, modified by the amendment printed in Part A of the Rules Committee report, shall be considered as adopted and the bill, as amended, shall be considered as read.
5. Waives all points of order against provisions in the bill, as amended.
6. Section 2 provides that following general debate, it shall be in order for the chair of the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure or his designee to offer an amendment en bloc consisting of the further amendments printed in part B of the Rules Committee Report. The amendment en bloc shall be considered as read, shall be debatable for one hour equally divided and controlled by the chair and ranking minority member of the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure or their respective designees, shall not be subject to amendment, and shall not be subject to a demand for division of the question.
7. Section 3 provides that after consideration of the amendment en bloc described in section 2, it shall be in order for the chair of the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure or his designee to offer an amendment en bloc consisting of the further amendments printed in part C of the Rules Committee report. The amendment en bloc shall be considered as read, shall be debatable for 30 minutes equally divided and controlled by the chair and ranking minority member of the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure or their respective designees, shall not be subject to amendment, and shall not be subject to a demand for division of the question.
8. Section 4 provides that after consideration of the amendment en bloc described in section 3, it shall be in order for the chair of the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure or his designee to offer an amendment en bloc consisting of the further amendments printed in part D of the Rules Committee report. The amendment en bloc shall be considered as read, shall be debatable for 30 minutes equally divided and controlled by the chair and ranking minority member of the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure or their respective designees, shall not be subject to amendment, and shall not be subject to a demand for division of the question.
9. Section 5 provides that after consideration of the amendment en bloc described in section 4, it shall be in order for the chair of the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure or his designee to offer an amendment en bloc consisting of the further amendments printed in part E of the Rules Committee report. The amendment en bloc shall be considered as read, shall be debatable for one hour equally divided and controlled by the chair and ranking minority member of the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure or their respective designees, shall not be subject to amendment, and shall not be subject to a demand for division of the question.
10. Section 6 provides that after consideration of the amendment en bloc described in section 5, it shall be in order for the chair of the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure or his designee to offer an amendment en bloc consisting of the further amendments printed in part F of the Rules Committee report. The amendment en bloc shall be considered as read, shall be debatable for 30 minutes equally divided and controlled by the chair and ranking minority member of the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure or their respective designees, shall not be subject to amendment, and shall not be subject to a demand for division of the question.
11. Section 7 provides that after consideration of the amendment en bloc described in section 6, it shall be in order for the ranking minority member of the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure or his designee to offer an amendment en bloc consisting of the further amendments printed in part G of the Rules Committee report. The amendment en bloc shall be considered as read, shall be debatable for 30 minutes equally divided and controlled by the chair and ranking minority member of the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure or their respective designees, shall not be subject to amendment, and shall not be subject to a demand for division of the question.
12. Section 8 provides that after consideration of the amendment en bloc described in section 7, each further amendment printed in part H of the Rules Committee report shall be considered only in the order printed in the report, may be offered only by a Member designated in the report, shall be considered as read, shall be debatable for the time specified in the report equally divided and controlled by the proponent and an opponent, shall not be subject to amendment, and shall not be subject to a demand for division of the question.
13. Section 9 provides that prior to the offering of an amendment en bloc pursuant to sections 2 through 7, the chair of the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure or his designee may designate amendments that shall not be considered as part of the amendment en bloc.
14. Provides that any amendment designated pursuant to section 9 shall be in order after consideration of the further amendments printed in part H if offered by a Member designated in the Rules Committee report, shall be debatable for 10 minutes equally divided and controlled by the proponent and an opponent, shall not be subject to amendment, and shall not be subject to a demand for division of the question.
15. Waives all points of order against amendments en bloc described in sections 2 through 7 and the further amendments described in sections 8 and 9.
16. Provides one motion to recommit with or without instructions.

Amendments (click headers to sort)

#Version #Sponsor(s)PartySummaryStatus
1Version 1Takano (CA)DemocratAdds "battery storage technologies" for residential, industrial, and transportation applications.Made in Order
2Version 1Moore (WI)DemocratRequires the Office of Tribal Affairs to have and implement regular and meaningful consultation and collaboration with Tribes and Tribal officials as required by Executive Order 13175.Made in Order
3Version 1Moore (WI)DemocratRequires certain airports applying to impose a Passenger Facility Charge (PFC) to detail any good faith efforts they will undertake to ensure that disadvantaged business enterprises and small businesses, including those owned by veterans, can fairly compete for work funded with the PFC.Submitted
4Version 1Moore (WI)DemocratCreates an office of Equity, Inclusion, and Environmental Justice within the Office of the Secretary of Transportation.Submitted
5Version 1Beyer (VA), Napolitano (CA), Katko (NY)Bi-PartisanAuthorizes a study by GAO to determine the effectiveness of suicide barriers on physical structures other than bridges.Made in Order
6Version 1Moore (WI)DemocratStrengthens Disadvantage Business Enterprise (DBE) requirements, including that states maintain accurate and updated lists of DBE’s, make that information available on line, include a process to correct errors, and require that the Highway Trust Fund Transparency and Accountability Report include information about whether DBE contractors or subcontractors worked on the project.Submitted
7Version 1Moore (WI)DemocratDirects funds to combat combined sewer overflows in the Great Lakes region.Submitted
8Version 1Levin, Andy (MI)DemocratAmends the pilot program to improve laboratory infrastructure to prioritize the reduction of wait times for COVID-19 test results.Made in Order
9Version 1Thompson, Bennie (MS), Lowey (NY)DemocratMandates the conversion of all covered employees and positions within the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to the personnel management provisions of title 5, United States Code, which provides TSA employees with the same rights and civil service protections afforded most Federal workers; sets forth transition rules that restrict certain personnel authorities of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and protect the rate of pay and other rights of TSA employees; and requires the Secretary of Homeland Security to consult with the labor organization representing TSA employees to carry out the conversion of covered employees and positions.Submitted
10Version 1Scott, Austin (GA), Schrader (OR)Bi-PartisanClarifies the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s definition for an agricultural commodity to include aquacultural, horticultural, and floricultural commodities, fruits, vegetables, and any non-human living animal and the products thereof; and other agriculture products that are sensitive to temperature or climate; and at risk of perishing in transit.Submitted
11Version 1Quigley (IL), Rooney (FL)Bi-PartisanIncludes text of the bipartisan H.R.1572, the Botanical Sciences and Native Plant Materials Research, Restoration, and Promotion Act.Submitted
12Version 1Quigley (IL)DemocratRequires GSA to incorporate strategies, features, and practices to reduce bird fatality resulting from collisions with public buildings which GSA owns, acquires, or alters.Made in Order
13Version 1Tlaib (MI), Barragán (CA), Ocasio-Cortez (NY), Brownley (CA)DemocratAdds to the Climate Resilient Transportation Infrastructure Study a requirement to outline how Federal infrastructure planning, design, engineering, construction, operation, and maintenance impact the environment and public health of disproportionately exposed communities. A disproportionately exposed community is defined as a community in which climate change, pollution, or environmental destruction have exacerbated systemic racial, regional, social, environmental, and economic injustices by disproportionately affecting indigenous peoples, communities of color, migrant communities, deindustrialized communities, depopulated rural communities, the poor, low-income workers, women, the elderly, people experiencing homelessness, people with disabilities, people who are incarcerated, or youth.Made in Order
14Version 1Moulton (MA)DemocratExpands public benefits considered in cost-benefit analyses for Passenger Rail Improvement, Modernization, and Expansion (PRIME) Grants to include induced demand and regional and local economic gains, including increased competitiveness, productivity, efficiency, and economic development.Made in Order
15Version 1Norcross (NJ)DemocratAmends Sec. 1614(B)(2) by adding labor organizations as a listed member of the working group on construction resources.Made in Order
16Version 2Norcross (NJ)DemocratRevised Amends the definition of pre-apprenticeship to include training (including a curriculum for the training), aligned with industry standards and reviewed and approved annually by sponsors of the registered apprenticeships within the documented partnership.Revised
17Version 1Norcross (NJ)DemocratAmends sec. 1611 workforce training and development section that the state annual workforce plan to market apprenticeships. Specifically marketing and conducting outreach about apprenticeship to employers, secondary students, schools, and underrepresented populations.Submitted
18Version 4Norcross (NJ), Stauber (MN), Bost (IL), Fitzpatrick (PA), Davis, Rodney (IL), Davis, Susan (CA), Lamb (PA)Bi-PartisanRevised The Secretary of Transportation shall require each prospective contractor on a construction project carried out directly by the Department of Transportation or a recipient of Federal assistance under section 117, to certify that, if awarded a contract for the project, the prospective contractor and its subcontractors shall make a good faith effort to meet or exceed the apprenticeship employment goal on such project.Revised
19Version 1Courtney (CT), Larson, John (CT), Lynch (MA)DemocratEnsures that the list of activities eligible for Community Development Block Grant funds from Division J of the bill include housing remediation due to iron sulfide or other minerals that cause housing degradation.Made in Order
20Version 1Sablan (MP)DemocratCodifies the annual reservation of 1.5 percent of Safe Drinking Water Act SRF for the U.S. Territories included in annual appropriations legislation covering the DWSRF every year since FY 2010.Made in Order
21Version 1Courtney (CT), Himes (CT), Hayes (CT), DeLauro (CT), Larson, John (CT)DemocratAligns state and federal truck weight limits for agricultural products in the State of Connecticut on interstate highways.Made in Order
22Version 1Walden (OR)RepublicanTemporarily waives certain limitations for purposes of pedestrian and bicycle safety improvements on the National Trail System in National Scenic Areas.Made in Order
23Version 1Sablan (MP)DemocratClarifies current law regarding ferry operations between U.S. territories eligible for Ferry Boat Formula Program and Territorial Highway Program funding.Submitted
24Version 1Quigley (IL), Garcia, Jesús (IL)DemocratWithdrawn Creates the Park District Community Support Grant Program.Withdrawn
25Version 1Panetta (CA), LaMalfa (CA), Spanberger (VA)Bi-PartisanRaises the cap on the Reforestation Trust Fund to $60,000,000 per year to address United States Forest Service replanting needs.Submitted
26Version 2Porter (CA), Cárdenas (CA), Hayes (CT)DemocratRevised Requires the Secretary of Health and Human Services and the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency to conduct a study on the effects of idling school buses and cars in school zones on children's health.Made in Order
27Version 1Brownley (CA), Pressley (MA)DemocratRequires that beginning in 2029 all new buses purchased using FTA funds be zero emission buses.Submitted
28Version 1Brownley (CA), Garamendi (CA)DemocratIncreases the authorization for FEMA's High Hazard Dams program to $600 million through FY2026, and it allows small hydroelectric dams to be eligible for the program.Submitted
29Version 2Smith, Adam (WA), Norton (DC), Quigley (IL), Peters (CA), Lynch (MA), Beyer (VA), Suozzi (NY), Pressley (MA), Raskin (MD)DemocratRevised Requires the FAA and the EPA to work with the National Academy of Sciences to conduct a national study on the characteristics, distributions, sources, and potential health effects of airborne ultrafine particles in airport adjacent communities.Made in Order
30Version 1Smith, Adam (WA), Norton (DC), Quigley (IL), Lynch (MA), Beyer (VA), Raskin (MD)DemocratAuthorizes airports to apply for AIP funding to cover the costs of replacing or repairing failing noise mitigation in homes previously mitigated under an AIP-funded noise program.Submitted
31Version 1Miller (WV)RepublicanCreates a pilot program to study the prevention of driving under the influence of prescription and over-the-counter medication.Submitted
32Version 1Brownley (CA)DemocratFixes the authorizing process for veterans healthcare facilities, aligning the VA process with the existing GSA process used by other agencies.Submitted
33Version 1Mitchell (MI), Bonamici (OR), Langevin (RI), Thompson, Glenn (PA)Bi-PartisanIncludes the text of the bipartisan Building U.S. Infrastructure by Leveraging Demands for Skills (BUILDS) Act, H.R. 2831, which promotes industry or sector partnerships that engage in collaborative planning, resource alignment, and training efforts across multiple businesses, for a range of workers employed or potentially employed by targeted infrastructure industries, including energy, construction, information technology, utilities, and transportation, in order to encourage industry growth and competitiveness and to improve worker training, retention, and advancement.Submitted
34Version 1Vela (TX)DemocratAssures that all primary commercial service airports within 20 miles of the southern border with land ports of entry in proximity to such airports are associated that land port of entry and that CBP designates such airports as ports of entry.Submitted
35Version 2Crist (FL)DemocratRevised Includes consultation with HHS in updating the national safety plan to include responses to pandemics and other public health crises.Made in Order
36Version 3Crist (FL)DemocratRevised Ensures that CDC guidelines are taken into account in adding infectious diseases to the required issues that must be addressed in safety plans.Made in Order
37Version 1Blunt Rochester (DE)DemocratAuthorizes $20 billion over 5 years, and $84 million per year over 10 years for the administration of the program, in funding for states, federal buildings, and tribes to upgrade public building infrastructure, like hospitals and schools, making them more energy efficient and resilient. Funding will be delivered through three existing Department of Energy programs and will prioritize projects in environmental justice and low-income communities.Made in Order
38Version 1Fulcher (ID)RepublicanIncludes amended text of H.R. 2871, the Aquifer Recharge Flexibility Act.Made in Order
39Version 1Moore (WI)DemocratCreates an Invest in Building Resilient Communities grant program to support community led groups working to ensure safe, secure, and resilient communities, including those affected by civil unrest. Grants would, among other purposes, support projects to improve the built environment, such as revitalizing shared community spaces such as parks, community centers, schools, or housing and to provide community focused de-escalation training.Submitted
40Version 2Meng (NY)DemocratWithdrawn Restricts the hiring of school bus drivers who have been convicted of, or pleaded guilty to, a felony drunk driving violation in the last two years.Withdrawn
41Version 1Quigley (IL)DemocratEstablishes Advanced Energy Technology Research Initiative within FERC's Office of Energy Policy to reform power system modeling and improve grid transmission efficiency.Submitted
42Version 1Meng (NY)DemocratRequires a report on accessibility to public transportation for pregnant women.Made in Order
43Version 1Meng (NY)DemocratRequires as part of the National Transit Frontline Workforce Training Center training methods that would cater to the needs of diverse participants.Made in Order
44Version 1Meng (NY)DemocratWithdrawn Requires the Federal Railroad Administration to prescribe regulations requiring rail coverings.Withdrawn
45Version 1Meng (NY)DemocratRequires the race and ethnicity of officers who stop motor vehicles on highways, as well as the race/ethnicity of the driver.Made in Order
46Version 1Meng (NY)DemocratEstablishes a $30 million prize competition for direct air capture technology and permanent sequestration.Submitted
47Version 1Meng (NY)DemocratCreates a new $5 million grant program to replace water fountains at public playgrounds and parks.Made in Order
48Version 1Titus (NV)DemocratAmends Sec. 405 of Title 23 to ensure funding to implement child passenger safety programs in low-income and underserved populations in lower seat belt use rate states as defined in Sec. 405(b)(3)(B).Made in Order
49Version 1Garamendi (CA), Huffman (CA), Brownley (CA)DemocratRequires that federally funded highway projects use public employees for all construction inspections. States would be allowed to use private contractors if they lacked enough state-employed inspectors.Submitted
50Version 1Garamendi (CA), Schrier (WA), LaMalfa (CA), Cox (CA), Harder (CA), McNerney (CA), Newhouse (WA)Bi-PartisanExtends from the current 35 to 50 years the repayment period under the Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA).Submitted
51Version 1Garamendi (CA)DemocratInserts Section 7 from H.R.1497 as reported, authorizing 10-year NPDES permits for public wastewater, water recycling, and stormwater projects.Submitted
52Version 1González-Colón, Jenniffer (PR)RepublicanMakes Puerto Rico an eligible applicant location for the Bureau of Reclamation's WaterSMART Grants. Currently, Puerto Rico is the only territory and noncontiguous jurisdiction in the United States where these competitively-awarded water conservation and efficiency grants are not available.Made in Order
53Version 1Cárdenas (CA), Murphy, Stephanie (FL)DemocratEncourages USPS, in its process of replacing its aging delivery vehicle fleet, to take all reasonable steps to ensure that its vehicles are equipped with climate control units to protect the health and safety of its mail carriers, especially those working in areas of the country that are subject to extreme temperatures.Made in Order
54Version 1Sarbanes (MD), Scott, Bobby (VA), Wittman (VA), Harris (MD)Bi-PartisanReauthorizes the Chesapeake Bay Gateways and Watertrails program.Made in Order
55Version 1Brownley (CA)DemocratUpdates the construction and leasing process for VA medical facilities and authorizes 13 outstanding leases.Submitted
56Version 1Porter (CA)DemocratCreates a grant program to fund the development of apps that allow consumers to better understand energy grids in their states and regions. Users can monitor conditions, view the source of their energy, and receive system alerts.Submitted
57Version 1Moore (WI)DemocratCreates a research program at the EPA to support ongoing efforts to use wastewater surveillance to track trends and the prevalence of COVID-19.Made in Order
58Version 1Foster (IL), Kustoff (TN), Brindisi (NY), Roy (TX)Bi-PartisanAdjusts the current Highway Trust Fund state apportionment by creating a cap of 105% of the amount that states pay into the Highway Trust Fund General Fund that states can receive back in funding, while maintaining the 95% floor for apportionment.Submitted
59Version 1Lowenthal (CA), Davis, Rodney (IL), Cohen (TN)Bi-PartisanDirects the Secretary of Transportation to issue a vehicle safety standard to require that new commercial motor vehicles are equipped with a universal electronic vehicle identifier.Made in Order
60Version 2Porter (CA), Speier (CA), DeLauro (CT), Brownley (CA), Schakowsky (IL), Pressley (MA)DemocratRevised Improves the health and safety of women drivers by identifying the impact that vehicle sizing, design, and safety measures have on women.Made in Order
61Version 1Wagner (MO)RepublicanRequires the Secretary of Transportation to study the safe and ethical integration of artificial intelligence into federally funded transportation systems, including into traffic management operations, motor vehicle crash reduction, and emergency management and response. Requires the Secretary to also include recommendations to protect the privacy of transportation system users.Submitted
62Version 1Scott, Bobby (VA), Murphy, Stephanie (FL)DemocratExpresses a Sense of Congress that the Department of Transportation should utilize modeling and simulation technology to analyze federally funded highway and public transit projects to ensure that these projects will increase transportation capacity and safety, alleviate congestion, reduce travel time and environmental impact, and are as cost effective as practicable.Made in Order
63Version 1Takano (CA)DemocratAuthorizes $20 billion to carry out the VA Asset and Infrastructure Review to evaluate VA’s capacity to provide healthcare and reduce waste.Submitted
64Version 1Larsen, Rick (WA), Payne, Jr. (NJ)DemocratDirects GAO to study the capital investment needs of U.S. public ferries and whether federal funding programs are meeting those needs. The report would also examine the feasibility of including public ferries in DOT’s Conditions and Performance Report (C&P) and provide recommendations to Congress.Made in Order
65Version 1Levin, Mike (CA)DemocratAuthorizes $3.396 billion for VA construction and maintenance and applies the existing governmentwide 3 percent goal for participation by service-disabled veteran owned small businesses to the minor construction and non-recurring maintenance allocations.Submitted
66Version 2Trone (MD)DemocratRevised Establishes a pilot program to provide funding to states to incorporate wastewater testing for drugs at municipal wastewater treatment plants and to develop public health interventions to respond to the findings (amendment updated to reflect funding is subject to appropriations). This would allow public health departments to monitor drug consumption and detect new drug use more quickly and in a more specific geographic region than methods currently in use while preserving individual privacy.Made in Order
67Version 2Morelle (NY)DemocratRevised Adds “Buy America” provisions to the Railroad Rehabilitation & Improvement Financing (RRIF) title of HR 2 to cover rolling stock (trainsets).Made in Order
68Version 1Neguse (CO)DemocratAuthorizes the construction of Washington, D.C.’s first outdoor monument commemorating the women’s suffrage movement.Submitted
69Version 3Perlmutter (CO)DemocratRevised Authorizes funding for the US Geological Survey to support construction of a science facility conducting energy and minerals research.Made in Order
70Version 1Norcross (NJ)DemocratCreates a rebate program for energy efficiency upgrades.Made in Order
71Version 1Blunt Rochester (DE)DemocratAuthorizes $250 million per year over 5 years for a competitive grant program at EPA that incentivizes ports to create and implement climate action plans to reduce GHG emissions and other air pollutants. The grants will be prioritized based on several factors: regional collaboration, engagement of EJ and near-port communities in developing the climate action plans, and utilizing zero emissions as a key strategy of the plan.Made in Order
72Version 1Lowenthal (CA)DemocratEstablishes a Water Reuse Interagency Working Group.Made in Order
73Version 2Neguse (CO)DemocratRevised Requires the Federal Railroad Administration to report to Congress on the Supplementary Safety Measures and Alternative Safety Measures researched by the Railroad Research and Development Program that can be used by communities to qualify for a Quiet Zone.Made in Order
74Version 1Norcross (NJ)DemocratAmends Section 22111(d) that a state may reserve each fiscal year up to 1% of the sums allotted to the State under this section for the fiscal year to carry out pre-apprenticeship programs.Submitted
75Version 1Herrera Beutler (WA)RepublicanProhibits the collection of a new toll within a 25-mile radius of an Interstate border under Section 129 or the Value Pricing Pilot Program unless the Governor of each state, after consultation with the state legislature, agrees and certifies such toll.Submitted
76Version 1Waters (CA)DemocratRequires States to report on the extent to which small businesses in the Department of Transportation’s Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) program actually receive grants, contracts, or subcontracts using DOT funds and disaggregate the small business data by the categories of gender, race and ethnicity, and the location within the State.Submitted
77Version 2Titus (NV)DemocratRevised Amends Sec. 405(h) of Title 23 to enhance NHTSA nonmotorized safety grants for bike and pedestrian safety programs and campaigns.Made in Order
78Version 1Neguse (CO), Perlmutter (CO)DemocratProvides a 10% tax incentive to emergency helicopter manufacturers to retrofit their older-model emergency helicopters with compliant crash-resistant fuel systems in order to increase helicopter safety and decrease the likelihood of post-crash fires.Submitted
79Version 1Rutherford (FL)RepublicanStrikes Section 2603, regarding Automated Vehicle Transit Workforce Standards.Submitted
80Version 1Krishnamoorthi (IL), Gallagher (WI)Bi-PartisanAdds a grant program for states that ban non-navigational viewing.Made in Order
81Version 1Neguse (CO)DemocratAmends the Internal Revenue Code with respect to the low-income housing tax credit (“LIHTC”) to modify the rules for the acquisition of buildings constructed with LIHTC credits within the previous 10 years, thereby easing the process for local housing authorities and other entities to obtain already constructed properties for the purposes of keeping them as affordable housing.Submitted
82Version 1Neguse (CO)DemocratAuthorizes a GAO study of the building codes and standards used by the Federal Emergency Management Agency—including an assessment of the status of building code adoption across states, tribes, and territories, the economic benefits to prioritizing resiliency, and an assessment of the building codes utilized by FEMA with recommendations for improvements to their utilization of codes and standards to prepare for climate change and impacts.Made in Order
83Version 1Matsui (CA)DemocratRaises the Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment Rebate Program cap for eligible parties from $75,000 to $100,000 and lowers the minimum voltage level for qualifying Level 2 Charging Equipment from 240 volts to 208 volts.Made in Order
84Version 2Moulton (MA)DemocratRevised Grants the Federal Railroad Administration advance acquisition authority for rail projects receiving federal funds, just as is given to the Federal Highway Administration and the Federal Transit Administration. Advance acquisition will not allow development on acquired right-of-way or adjacent real property interests prior to completing review and planning requirements.Made in Order
85Version 1Panetta (CA)DemocratPermits an EDA grant recipient to repurpose funding from a revolving loan fund (RLF) after it has been lent out and repaid.Made in Order
86Version 1Cohen (TN), Chabot (OH), Brownley (CA), Fitzpatrick (PA), Nadler (NY)Bi-PartisanAuthorizes a study by GAO on the reporting of alcohol-impaired driving arrest and citation results into federal databases to facilitate the widespread identification of repeat impaired driving offenders.Made in Order
87Version 1Ocasio-Cortez (NY), Maloney, Carolyn (NY)DemocratSets aside $50,000,000 of funds for updating postal facilities to increase accessibility for disabled individuals, with a focus on facilities that are included in the National Register of Historic Places.Made in Order
88Version 1Matsui (CA), Sarbanes (MD)DemocratAuthorizes a program at the Department of Energy to deliver grants to utilities that partner with nonprofit tree-planting organizations to provide free or discounted trees with the goal of reducing energy costs, reducing neighborhood temperatures, and promote local workforce development and community engagement.Made in Order
89Version 3Krishnamoorthi (IL), Porter (CA)DemocratRevised Requires booster seat labeling.Made in Order
90Version 4Rice, Kathleen (NY), Balderson (OH)Bi-PartisanRevised Creates a grant program for states to educate the public on the dangers of drug-impaired driving.Revised
91Version 1Levin, Andy (MI), Ocasio-Cortez (NY)DemocratAmends the EV Charging, Natural Gas Fueling, Propane Fueling and Hydrogen Fueling Infrastructure Grants by (1) Including environmental and environmental justice organizations on the list of relevant stakeholders; (2) Strengthening environmental justice protections and plans for renewable or zero emissions energy sources for charging and fueling infrastructure in the list of considerations for grant eligibility; (3) Directing the DOT to conduct a study on options for financing the placement of a national network of publicly available EV charging infrastructure along the National Highway System, and; (4) Directing the DOT to conduct a study to determine the maximum distance allowable between publicly available EV charging infrastructure such that a driver can drive across the National Highway System without running out of charging power.Made in Order
92Version 1Chabot (OH)RepublicanAdds a provision to Section 1302 to reserve at least 10% of funding for urban areas that have functionally obsolete bridges.Submitted
93Version 1Lynch (MA)DemocratWithdrawn Sets aside a minimum of 10% in Community Safety Grant awards administered by the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration for communities that are situated in close proximity to natural gas pipeline infrastructure that is located in an active quarry blast zone or located in or adjacent to densely populated residential areas.Withdrawn
94Version 1Clarke, Yvette (NY)DemocratClarifies eligibility under the Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement (CMAQ) Program for zero-emission medium- and heavy-duty vehicles and related equipment, including for projects/programs concerning: vehicle and equipment purchases, such as voucher programs, and electric vehicle supply equipment and hydrogen fueling infrastructure, such as depot infrastructure and infrastructure along routes servicing regional freight hubs.Submitted
95Version 2Tlaib (MI), Kildee (MI), Slotkin (MI), Cicilline (RI), Moore (WI)DemocratRevised Adds $4.5 billion per fiscal year for 5 years for comprehensive lead service line replacement projects. Priority will be given to entities serving disadvantaged communities and environmental justice communities (with significant representation of communities of color, low-income communities, or Tribal and indigenous communities, that experience, or are at risk of experiencing, higher or more adverse human health or environmental effects).Made in Order
96Version 1Cuellar (TX), Babin (TX), Bucshon (IN), Cloud (TX), Comer (KY), Crawford (AR), Fletcher (TX), Garcia, Sylvia (TX), Kustoff (TN), Olson (TX), Gonzalez, Vicente (TX)Bi-PartisanQualifies Future Interstates in a State Freight Plan as eligible for formula funding through the National Highway Freight Program (NHFP).Submitted
97Version 1Chabot (OH), Wenstrup (OH), Davidson (OH)RepublicanAdds a provision to Section 1301 to consider projects that include two or more federal highways, and connect two states.Submitted
98Version 1Rice, Kathleen (NY)DemocratCreates a grant program for nonprofit organizations to educate the public regarding the risks of distracted driving, including texting and driving.Submitted
99Version 1Larsen, Rick (WA), Jayapal (WA), DelBene (WA), Schrier (WA), Kilmer (WA), Smith, Adam (WA)DemocratRequires at least 30% of funding from the U.S. Department of Transportation’s BUILD grant program be awarded to cities with 10,000 to 75,000 residents. The goal is to ensure medium-sized cities can access federal funding for critical transportation and infrastructure projects.Submitted
100Version 1Keating (MA)DemocratWithdrawn Requires the Secretary of the Department of Transportation to prioritize any federal owned asset valued at $250,000,000 or more to receive any discretionary funding made available by H.R. 2 to a state seeking federal aid.Withdrawn
101Version 2Brownley (CA), Pence (IN)Bi-PartisanRevised Ensures the installation of protective devices and the replacement of functionally obsolete warning devices at railway-highway crossings are eligible under the rail grade crossing program.Made in Order
102Version 1Maloney, Sean (NY)DemocratProhibits the use of funds for colleges and universities named after someone who served in the Confederacy.Submitted
103Version 1Plaskett (VI), González-Colón, Jenniffer (PR), Velázquez (NY)Bi-PartisanAdds the Resiliency Enhancement Act of 2020 to allow the Federal Emergency Management Agency, for the duration of the recovery in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, to rebuild additional infrastructure to be more resilient than pre-disaster conditions.Submitted
104Version 1Walberg (MI), Burgess (TX)RepublicanAdds the term “mode of transportation” to the criteria for collection of data on traffic stops.Made in Order
105Version 1Cuellar (TX), Babin (TX)Bi-PartisanWithdrawn States that trains originating or destined to Mexico may be operated for distances of 20 air-miles or fewer from the international border, under certain requirements.Withdrawn
106Version 1Haaland (NM), Lujan (NM), Schrier (WA), Gallego (AZ), Huffman (CA), Moore (WI), O'Halleran (AZ), Horn (OK)DemocratPostpones the FCC's 2.5 GHz Tribal Priority filing window deadline by 180 days that is set to close on August 3, 2020.Made in Order
107Version 1Napolitano (CA), Moolenaar (MI), Engel (NY), Bergman (MI), Trone (MD), Fleischmann (TN), Kirkpatrick (AZ), Katko (NY), Johnson, Eddie Bernice (TX)Bi-PartisanAllows a passenger car, multipurpose passenger vehicle, truck, or bus to be equipped with a pulsating light system for high mounted stop lamps.Submitted
108Version 1Haaland (NM), Huffman (CA), Schrier (WA), Horn (OK), Moore (WI)DemocratDelays the start date of the Rural Digital Opportunity Fund Phase I Auction (Auction 904) by not less than 180 days.Submitted
109Version 1Cicilline (RI)DemocratCreates a Task Force to assess existing standards and test methods for the use of innovative materials in infrastructure, identify key barriers in the standards area that inhibit broader market adoption, and develop new methods and protocols, as necessary, to better evaluate innovative materials.Made in Order
110Version 1Peterson (MN)DemocratInserts the text of H.R. 6723, the Universal Broadband Act, as introduced by Reps. Peterson and Young. The language would reform contributions to the Universal Service Fund under the Federal Communications Commission.Submitted
111Version 1Keating (MA)DemocratWithdrawn Seeks to allow privately owned and operated ferries to receive federal funding.Withdrawn
112Version 1Keating (MA)DemocratWithdrawn Direct the Federal Highways Administration to authorize $1 billion each year for 10 years for the replacement of federally-owned transportation assets that provide access to U.S. military bases.Withdrawn
113Version 1Plaskett (VI)DemocratProvides for the equitable inclusion of the U.S. island territories within the meaning of the terms “high-poverty area” and “persistent poverty county”.Made in Order
114Version 2Jayapal (WA)DemocratRevised Ends the sunset date for the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness and makes procedural and functional changes to allow the Council to provide more guidance to federal agencies as to how agency policies impact persons experiencing homelessness and housing instability. Creates a new advisory council composed of people currently and formerly experiencing homelessness & groups representing people experiencing homelessness.Made in Order
115Version 1Plaskett (VI)DemocratMakes U.S. territories eligible for Safe Drinking Water Act assistance authorized for areas affected by natural disasters.Made in Order
116Version 1Keating (MA)DemocratWithdrawn Requires the Federal Highway Administration to submit to Congress within 60 days a report identifying federal aid that states can use to replace pre-existing federally-funded bridge infrastructure, as well as list the ways the federal government can assist states undertaking replacement.Withdrawn
117Version 1Aguilar (CA), Rouda (CA)DemocratAmends the Gridlock Reduction Grant Program to ensures eligibility for transportation authorities that are non-traditional local governments or MPOs, yet are legally responsible for delivering transportation improvements.Made in Order
118Version 1Craig (MN)DemocratBlocks the FCC from taking action on a dual Notice of Proposed Rulemaking and also annuls the FCC’s Declaratory Rulemaking that seeks to block an ordinance that was adopted to give local residents more broadband competition.Made in Order
119Version 1Keating (MA)DemocratWithdrawn Allows the Secretary of the Army, acting through the Chief of Engineers, to enter a cooperative agreement with a state to replace bridges that are 1) owned by the Corps of Engineers and 2) rated functionally obsolete. This amendment also seeks to authorize an appropriations of $950,000,000.Withdrawn
120Version 1Jayapal (WA)DemocratWithdrawn Amends the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act to allow FEMA Emergency Food and Shelter grants to be used for additional purposes, including provision of hygiene materials; maintenance and repair of shelters; and building of new, safe and sanitary forms of shelter, including tiny homes. Requires that regional variation in housing costs, costs of living, and rates of homelessness, housing instability and income inequality be considered in allocating federal funds.Withdrawn
121Version 1Jayapal (WA)DemocratWithdrawn Requires HUD to commission a study on the housing infrastructure needs of populations at high risk of homelessness, including people of color, LGBTQ people, justice system-involved persons, foster and former foster youth, seniors, persons with disabilities and veterans. Report shall include policy and practice recommendations to ensure these populations' housing infrastructure needs are better met.Withdrawn
122Version 1Haaland (NM)DemocratCreates the Reforest America Grant Program to provide cost-share grants to states, tribes, local governments, and non-profits to plant 1.6 billion trees by 2030 and over 6.5 billion trees by 2050, with dedicated funding to plant 100 million trees by 2030 in urban neighborhoods most in need of tree canopy cover, prioritizing communities of color and low-income communities.Submitted
123Version 1Lynch (MA)DemocratRequires the Secretaries of Transportation, Health and Human Services, and Homeland Security to establish an expert Joint Task Force to develop uniform federal safety guidelines and protect passengers and aviation employees against the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.Made in Order
124Version 1Napolitano (CA)DemocratStrikes Section 1604, the Balance Exchanges for Infrastructure Program title, from the bill.Made in Order
125Version 1Keating (MA)DemocratWithdrawn Seeks to provide $1 billion in federal funding to states, local governments, and tribes for evacuation route planning, acquisition, resilience, and capacity.Withdrawn
126Version 1Lynch (MA)DemocratRestores core directives on climate change and national security issued by President Obama and require the Federal Government to consider the impacts of climate change in the development of relevant national security policies. Would also establish an interagency “Climate and National Security Working Group” and require agencies, including the Department of Transportation, to develop action plans to address the impact of climate change on their national security-related missions.Submitted
127Version 1Aguilar (CA), Takano (CA)DemocratIncludes language to “reduce the environmental impacts of freight movement on the National Highway Freight Network, including local pollution” as a goal of the National Highway Freight Program. This language is intended to clarify that air pollution caused from vehicles idling at railway crossings is considered to be “local pollution”.Made in Order
128Version 1Cuellar (TX), Arrington (TX), Fletcher (TX), Babin (TX)Bi-PartisanWithdrawn Establishes I-27 as the Future Interstate Designation for Texas.Withdrawn
129Version 2Jayapal (WA), Meng (NY)DemocratRevised Requires GAO to issue a report on the housing infrastructure needs of populations at higher risk of homelessness, including people of color; LGBTQ persons; justice system-involved persons; foster and former foster youth; seniors; people with disabilities; survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and intimate partner violence; and veterans. The report will recommend policy and practice changes by federal agencies to ensure housing infrastructure needs of those populations are better met.Made in Order
130Version 2Lawrence (MI), Quigley (IL)DemocratRevised Requires the establishment of a school lead control and remediation grant program to help school districts install filtration systems and assist with lead remediation efforts.Revised
131Version 1Graves, Garret (LA), Beyer (VA)Bi-PartisanCreates a DOT pilot grant program for the purpose of improving infrastructure for launch sites.Submitted
132Version 1Beyer (VA)DemocratCreates a feasibility study on incorporating shadow pricing of carbon in federal agency spending decisionsSubmitted
133Version 1Napolitano (CA), Lewis (GA), Scott, David (GA), Lowenthal (CA), Huffman (CA), Garamendi (CA), Rouda (CA), Schiff (CA)DemocratOverturns a 2014 FAA policy change and reestablishes previous FAA interpretation and enforcement that the restriction on the use of aviation fuel tax revenues for airport purposes applies to excise taxes and not general sales taxes.Made in Order
134Version 1Cuellar (TX)DemocratDirects new highway-rail grade crossing grant program to specifically address projects involving grade crossing separations at international borders.Made in Order
135Version 1Gomez (CA)DemocratInstructs the U.S. Department of Transportation to report on the planning, development, and funding of multimodal transit facilities, which connect two or more modes of transportation (walking, cycling, automobile, public transit, ferry, etc.) in one facility. The emergence of new aerial transportation technologies, such as Urban Aerial Mobility (UAM) and drones, creates a need for their thoughtful integration with existing and planned transportation modes.Submitted
136Version 1Gosar (AZ)RepublicanAdds National Forest System lands under the jurisdiction of the Department of Agriculture to the Public Lands Energy Development subtitle of Title IV of the bill.Submitted
137Version 1Jayapal (WA), Brownley (CA)DemocratAdds requirements to Section 1621 to study workforce, training and equity considerations as related to job creation that would result from federal investments in climate-resilient transportation infrastructure.Made in Order
138Version 1Loebsack (IA)DemocratEstablishes a competitive grant program for higher education institutions to engage in research on the safety and deployment of automated vehicles on rural and urban roads.Submitted
139Version 2Dingell (MI), Fortenberry (NE), Raskin (MD)Bi-PartisanRevised Adds the bipartisan natural infrastructure bill H.R.3742, the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act, which will enable States, Territories, and Tribes to complete habitat restoration and natural infrastructure projects, specified in Congressionally-mandated Wildlife Action Plans, to recover more than 12,000 wildlife, fish, and plant species of greatest conservation need, build recreational and educational infrastructure, and bolster community resilience through natural defenses.Made in Order
140Version 1Jayapal (WA), Quigley (IL), Norton (DC), Lynch (MA), Smith, Adam (WA), Suozzi (NY), Pressley (MA), Brownley (CA), Speier (CA), Rouda (CA), Beyer (VA), Raskin (MD)DemocratIncreases set-aside from 4.5% to 5% for airport emission reduction projects, airplane noise mitigation and other airport projects that reduce the adverse effects of airport operations on the environment and surrounding communities.Made in Order
141Version 1DelBene (WA), Katko (NY)Bi-PartisanDirects the FCC to collect and maintain data on the growth in usage of IoT devices, and devices that use 5G mobile networks. Requires the FCC to report to Congress on whether the current spectrum available meets the current demand of IoT devices, and determine the amount of spectrum necessary to meet future demand.Submitted
142Version 2Lynch (MA), Balderson (OH), Pappas (NH), Webster (FL), Maloney, Carolyn (NY), Stivers (OH), Davids (KS), Davidson (OH)Bi-PartisanRevised Requires the Secretary of Transportation to ensure adequate payment and performance security to protect the federal interest, subcontractors, and workers on TIFIA projects.Revised
143Version 1Rouda (CA), Napolitano (CA)DemocratExpands the review of construction materials procurement under Section 1617 to cover programs administered by the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Agriculture. Ensures this review would not impact Buy America provisions or State and local authority.Submitted
144Version 1Lynch (MA)DemocratProhibits Amtrak from furloughing workers so long as they accept federal money.Submitted
145Version 1Lewis (GA)DemocratCodifies existing FAA rules about changes in airport sponsorship.Made in Order
146Version 1Lewis (GA)DemocratAuthorizes the use of surface transportation funds to build noise barriers for older residential communities along major roads.Made in Order
147Version 1Haaland (NM)DemocratEstablishes Urban Wood Programs that would create jobs in disadvantaged communities and retain sequestered carbon by supporting the reuse of lumber from abandoned buildings through grants, technical assistance, and research.Submitted
148Version 1Escobar (TX)DemocratProvides for a required funding setaside for colonias.Submitted
149Version 1Swalwell (CA), Maloney, Sean (NY)DemocratStrengthens limitations on financial assistance for state-owned enterprises by adding "exercising an option on a previously awarded contract" to section restricting the use of H.R. 2 funds.Made in Order
150Version 1Garcia, Mike (CA), McCarthy (CA), Nunes (CA), LaMalfa (CA), Calvert (CA), Cook (CA), McClintock (CA)RepublicanReauthorizes Subtitle J of Title 3 of Public Law 114-322 through Fiscal Year 2028.Submitted
151Version 1Gottheimer (NJ)DemocratCreates a national employer red-flag notification service for school bus drivers.Submitted
152Version 1Gottheimer (NJ)DemocratRequires DOT to publish a contingency plan for a shutdown of train travel in the North River Tunnel under the Hudson River.Made in Order
153Version 2Gottheimer (NJ)DemocratRevised Ensures DOT issues regulation requiring lap-and-shoulder seat belts on school buses within three years.Revised
154Version 1Brownley (CA)DemocratRequires that medium- and heavy-duty vehicles purchased by the federal government are zero emission vehicles to the maximum extent feasible.Made in Order
155Version 1Wagner (MO)RepublicanEstablishes a “sliding scale” matching requirement that increases the federal matching requirement in states with large amounts of public land for projects that provide or improve mobility for seniors and individuals with disabilities; eliminates the requirement that dictates a minimum spending level on certain activities and allows funds to be reallocated to non-urban areas at the recipient’s discretion; allows projects in rural areas to comply with requirements and policies for formula grants for rural areas, rather than for projects in urban areas.Submitted
156Version 1Jayapal (WA), Blumenauer (OR), Huffman (CA)DemocratEnsures that the national surface transportation system funding pilot promotes personal privacy for participants by 1) adding a consumer advocate to the advisory board to implement the program, 2) ensuring that the public awareness campaign to carry out the pilot includes information related to personal privacy and 3) adding that the report to Congress should include an analysis of how privacy for volunteer participants was maintained.Made in Order
157Version 2Neguse (CO), Perlmutter (CO)DemocratRevised Directs GAO to complete a report every three years on the status of federal research facilities infrastructure, and strengthens current science infrastructure reporting requirements for the Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) Director by requiring that they report to Congress not only the infrastructure improvements that are needed at federal research facilities, but also the estimated funding levels that are required to complete them.Made in Order
158Version 1Brownley (CA)DemocratIncreases the federal government’s requirements on how much renewable energy it consumes to 35% of its total electricity share by 2030, 75% by 2040, and 100% by 2050. The amendment would also encourage – to the maximum extent possible – that we use renewable energy that is produced on-site at federal facilities, on federal lands, or on Native American lands.Submitted
159Version 1Ruiz (CA), Cook (CA), Barragán (CA), Calvert (CA)Bi-PartisanProvides authorization for construction of an access road to the Desert Sage Youth Wellness Center, the only IHS Youth Regional Treatment Center in California.Made in Order
160Version 1Morelle (NY)DemocratAuthorizes GAO study on the accessibility of FEMA's Public Assistance, Individual Assistance, and other relevant flood disaster assistance programs, with a focus on identifying barriers to access based on race, ethnicity, language, and income level.Made in Order
161Version 1Garamendi (CA), Maloney, Sean (NY), Courtney (CT), Wittman (VA)Bi-PartisanInserts full text of the “Energizing American Shipbuilding Act of 2019” (H.R.3829).Submitted
162Version 1Spano (FL)RepublicanCodifies the One Federal Decision policy for NEPA Authorizations, and mandates 2-year timeline for such authorizations.Submitted
163Version 1Gianforte (MT)RepublicanPermits the continued use of Pick-Sloan Missouri Basin Program project use power by the Kinsey Irrigation Company and the Sidney Water Users Irrigation District.Made in Order
164Version 2Gallego (AZ), Haaland (NM)DemocratRevised Requires Tribal and Native Hawaiian consultation in the development of the State Digital Equity Capacity Grant Program and improves technical assistance for Tribes and Native Hawaiian organizations accessing the program.Made in Order
165Version 1Rouda (CA), Norton (DC)DemocratEstablishes the Aviation Industry Assistance for Cleaner and Quieter Skies Voucher Program to provide incentives to enhance our domestic airline fleets and reduce emissions and noise.Made in Order
166Version 1Escobar (TX)DemocratDirects the Department of Transportation to conduct a study on the infrastructure state of colonias, including surface, transit, water, and broadband infrastructure of such colonias.Made in Order
167Version 1Escobar (TX)DemocratAllows border state governors to direct a portion of their Surface Transportation Program funds to relevant infrastructure projects in border counties.Submitted
168Version 1Calvert (CA), LaMalfa (CA)RepublicanEliminates certain restrictions on constructing additional lanes and capacity on the National Highway System.Submitted
169Version 1Brindisi (NY)DemocratEnsures that hybrid electric buses that make meaningful reductions to direct carbon emissions have a 90% cost share in the bus formula and bus competitive grant programs.Made in Order
170Version 1Ruiz (CA)DemocratRequires NHTSA to study the safety implications of equipping school buses with air conditioning to prevent heat-related illness and over-heating among students.Made in Order
171Version 1Luetkemeyer (MO)RepublicanClarifies the federal definition of an automobile transporter and synchronizes the overall length allowances among different types of automobile transporters.Submitted
172Version 1Ruiz (CA)DemocratTakes land into trust for the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians.Made in Order
173Version 1Peters (CA), McMorris Rodgers (WA), Heck (WA)Bi-PartisanRequires New Starts applicants to secure a memorandum of understanding with relevant agencies to adjust land use regulations to accommodate affordable and market-rate housing.Submitted
174Version 1Crawford (AR)RepublicanAmends NEPA by requiring federal agencies to only consider reasonably foreseeable effects of a proposed federal action when determining if it is significant.Submitted
175Version 1Ruiz (CA)DemocratFacilitates economic development via the closure of the Banning Municipal Airport in Banning, CA.Submitted
176Version 1Thompson, Glenn (PA), Langevin (RI)Bi-PartisanAuthorizes investments to develop career pathways that lead to credentials in transportation-related industries that could range from manufacturing to operation, design and engineering of infrastructure. Additionally, the amendment prioritizes providing on-the-job training and work-based learning, developing dual enrollment programs to train high school students, promoting training related to new technologies and outreach and career counseling to increase participation in the transportation sector.Submitted
177Version 1Calvert (CA), McCarthy (CA), McClintock (CA), Garcia, Mike (CA), LaMalfa (CA), Cook (CA), Nunes (CA)RepublicanRevises Sections 81311 and 81322 to retain current program purposes for WaterSMART.Submitted
178Version 1Foxx (NC)RepublicanEliminates the requirement that all laborers and mechanics working on federal-aid highway and public transportation projects shall be paid wages at rates not less than the locally prevailing wage rate.Made in Order
179Version 1Torres, Norma (CA)DemocratTriggers Treasury borrowing during recessions when the real interest rate is zero or lower to support infrastructure investments.Made in Order
180Version 1Ruiz (CA)DemocratIncludes Indian Country and areas with high Native American populations in the priority areas for broadband expansion under the Universal Service Fund.Made in Order
181Version 1Schakowsky (IL)DemocratRequires inclusive home designs so that all new single-family homes and townhouses built with federal dollars meet standards of visitability and are accessible for people with disabilities, seniors, and veterans.Submitted
182Version 1Waltz (FL), Brown (MD), Mast (FL)Bi-PartisanModernizes and defines the Clean Water State Revolving Fund allotment in accordance with the Environmental Protection Agency's 2016 recommendations to Congress.Submitted
183Version 1Crawford (AR)RepublicanAllows for Federal agencies to accept environmental impact statements prepared by project sponsors.Submitted
184Version 3Kaptur (OH), Ryan (OH)DemocratRevised Expresses the sense of Congress disapproving of Amtrak's recent announcement drastically limiting daily long-distance train service to hundreds of communities across the nation.Made in Order
185Version 1Speier (CA), Quigley (IL), Panetta (CA), Norton (DC), Suozzi (NY), Chu (CA), Jayapal (WA)DemocratRequires FAA staff to answer questions submitted in writing by Members of Congress relating to flight procedures or other data affecting their district within 90 days. It would also require FAA staff to appear at a meeting or town hall with a Member of Congress with 30 days’ notice and under the same terms and conditions as specified by the FAA for appearances at Aviation Roundtables.Submitted
186Version 1Crawford (AR), Gosar (AZ)RepublicanRequires the Council on Environmental Quality to remove consideration of controversy as a qualification on whether or not a proposed federal action is significant under NEPA.Submitted
187Version 1Hastings (FL), Mast (FL)Bi-PartisanExpands eligibility for the Surface Transportation Block Grant program to include rural roads that serve to transport agriculture products from farms or ranches to the marketplace.Made in Order
188Version 2Torres, Norma (CA)DemocratRevised Requires GAO to conduct a study of the impacts of vehicle miles traveled fee pilot programs.Made in Order
189Version 1Spano (FL)RepublicanRequires all Environmental Impact Assessment includes a statement of purpose and need for the proposed agency action.Submitted
190Version 1Johnson, Mike (LA)RepublicanRequires the Secretary of Transportation to accelerate the environmental review process for Interstate 49.Submitted
191Version 1Spano (FL)RepublicanRequires each notice of intent to prepare an environmental impact statement include a request for public comment.Submitted
192Version 1Davis, Rodney (IL)RepublicanStreamlines and consolidates the federal permitting process.Submitted
193Version 1Lamb (PA)DemocratDirects the Secretary to carry out a study on the operational and safety performance of small commercial vehicles used in interstate commerce.Made in Order
194Version 1Bost (IL), Crawford (AR)RepublicanStrikes Section 4408, which updates the required amount of insurance for commercial motor vehicles.Submitted
195Version 1Davis, Rodney (IL)RepublicanRaises the cap on private activity bonds.Submitted
196Version 1Brindisi (NY)DemocratInstructs the Office of Internet Connectivity and Growth to study the impact of monopolistic business practices by broadband service providers.Made in Order
197Version 5Peters (CA), Smith, Adam (WA), Jayapal (WA), Levin, Mike (CA)DemocratRevised Ensures that projects submitted to the FTA Capital Investment Grants program can use ridership data collected before the COVID-19 outbreak and projections based on that data, if requested.Made in Order
198Version 1Meng (NY)DemocratRequires the Federal Railroad Administration to prescribe regulations requiring rail coverings.Made in Order
199Version 1Veasey (TX)DemocratAmends Sec. 2203 to grandfather in existing mobility as a service or mobility on demand projects in operation on the date of enactment to reflect existing existing contracts by certain municipalities.Submitted
200Version 1Hastings (FL), Clarke, Yvette (NY)DemocratRequires the Comptroller General of the United States to study high-speed internet connectivity in Federally assisted housing, and requires the Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development to submit a master plan to Congress for retrofitting these buildings and units as necessary to support broadband service.Made in Order
201Version 1Bost (IL)RepublicanPrecludes funding for programs under the Transportation Alternatives Program where lands are acquired through eminent domain. Exceptions made for projects carried out under the Safe Routes to Schools Program, those that necessary to assist the disabled with daily needs under the Americans with Disabilities Act.Made in Order
202Version 2Speier (CA)DemocratRevised Adjusts the definition of low-income individuals to include Federal Pell grant recipients for demonstration grants to support reduced fare transit.Made in Order
203Version 3Lipinski (IL)DemocratRevised Requires NHTSA to issue a rule for motor vehicle bumpers and hoods to be designed to reduce the impact on vulnerable road users, including pedestrians and cyclists, in the event of a collision with a motor vehicle.Made in Order
204Version 2Langevin (RI), Balderson (OH), Cartwright (PA), Hayes (CT), Horn (OK), McKinley (WV), Schrader (OR), Smith, Adam (WA)Bi-PartisanRevised Expands the surface transportation workforce program.Revised
205Version 1Scott, Bobby (VA), Sarbanes (MD), Wittman (VA)Bi-PartisanAuthorizes the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to establish a program to restore and protect the Chesapeake Bay watershed by investing in green infrastructure, habitat preservation, and ecosystem restoration to enhance community resilience, improve water quality, and increase recreational opportunities while also creating jobs and enhancing economic opportunities.Made in Order
206Version 2Lawrence (MI)DemocratRevised Requires a study on water affordability, including water rates, shutoffs, and the effectiveness of SRF funding for promoting affordable and equitable service. The study will also investigate any discriminatory practices of water and sewer service providers and any violations of civil rights and equal access to water and sewer services and will further assess the availability of data on water access and water shutoffs.Made in Order
207Version 1Stauber (MN)RepublicanEliminates duplicative 404 permitting requirements only if the state's 404 permitting standard is equal or higher than the federal government's.Made in Order
208Version 2Murphy, Stephanie (FL), Soto (FL), Demings (FL)DemocratRevised Directs USDOT to take action to improve the risk-based stewardship and oversight of recipients of Federal funds.Made in Order
209Version 1Ocasio-Cortez (NY)DemocratRepeals the Faircloth amendment which prohibits the construction of new public housing.Made in Order
210Version 1LaMalfa (CA)RepublicanRequires discretionary grant funding given to the California High Speed Rail Authority be reimbursed and used for road projects of regional and national significance. This amendment would also create new requirements on any high-speed rail development at the Federal Railroad Administration.Submitted
211Version 1Fulcher (ID), Gosar (AZ)RepublicanAllows for additional economical exploration opportunities of carbon free, baseload geothermal energy on federal land.Submitted
212Version 1Morelle (NY)DemocratRequires Secretary of Transportation to create best practices for application of National National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 to federally funded bus shelters to assist recipients of Federal funds in receiving exclusions permitted by law.Made in Order
213Version 1Brindisi (NY), Costa (CA)DemocratRequires the Office of Internet Connectivity and Growth to study the extent to which broadband service providers utilizing federal programs are delivering the upload and download speeds required.Made in Order
214Version 1McClintock (CA), Cook (CA), LaMalfa (CA), McCarthy (CA), Nunes (CA), Calvert (CA), Garcia, Mike (CA)RepublicanProvides for western water security, reliability, modernization, and abundance, and for other purposes.Submitted
215Version 3Adams (NC), Sewell (AL), Cooper (TN), Khanna (CA)DemocratRevised Changes "minority institutions" (20 U.S.C. 1067k) to "historically black colleges and universities and other minority-serving institutions" (20 U.S.C. 1067q) and raises the minimum number of grants to those institutions from two to four.Made in Order
216Version 1Speier (CA), Quigley (IL), Panetta (CA), Norton (DC), Rouda (CA), Suozzi (NY), Ruiz (CA), Chu (CA), Jayapal (WA)DemocratAmends the FAA’s prioritization of U.S. airspace use to add noise and health impacts to residents and other environmental concerns on an equal basis with efficiency. It would also require the FAA to update their Mission Statement to align with the revised airspace priorities.Submitted
217Version 1Stauber (MN), Gosar (AZ)RepublicanAllows project sponsors to remedy permitting and project inquiries without placing an injunction on the project.Submitted
218Version 1Estes (KS), Hastings (FL), Walorski (IN), Davis, Danny K. (IL), Timmons (SC), Clay (MO), LaHood (IL), Johnson, Eddie Bernice (TX), Larson, John (CT)Bi-PartisanWithdrawn Requires the Treasury Department to provide states with records relating to the purchase, ownership of the bond, bond serial numbers as well as any records sufficient to allow States to redeem the bond for full value, even if the bond is lost, destroyed, or not in the possession of the State.Withdrawn
219Version 3Torres, Norma (CA)DemocratRevised Reauthorizes the Transportation Equity Research program and requires other transportation equity studies.Made in Order
220Version 1Perry (PA), Brady (TX), Wright (TX), Babin (TX), Weber (TX), Flores (TX)RepublicanProhibits the provision of loans or loan guarantees for high speed rail projects not in compliance with FRA tier III safety standards.Submitted
221Version 1Speier (CA), Huffman (CA), Garamendi (CA), Lofgren (CA), Thompson, Mike (CA)DemocratIncreases the authorized amount of the San Francisco Bay Restoration grant program from $25 million to $50 million.Made in Order
222Version 2McCollum (MN)DemocratRevised Applies Buy America requirements to the Community Development Block Grant program with exemption for housing development.Made in Order
223Version 1Bonamici (OR), Cisneros (CA), Finkenauer (IA)DemocratDirects the Department of Labor to provide grants to partnerships that support paid work-based learning programs, including Registered Apprenticeships, and supportive services to improve worker training, retention, and advancement for individuals who have historically faced barriers to employment in targeted infrastructure industries.Made in Order
224Version 1LaMalfa (CA)RepublicanRequires that mechanical employees of railroads also be subject to all testing pursuant to 49 C.F.R. Part 219, including random drug and alcohol testing.Submitted
225Version 1Ruiz (CA)DemocratAdds mitigation of adverse public health effects and benefits to disadvantaged communities to benefits to be considered during application to the program described in Sec. 81233. Expands project eligibility to include projects whose primary purpose is not to mitigate an environmental obligation.Submitted
226Version 1McNerney (CA)DemocratEstablishes a program to provide grant funding for educational and technical training programs in renewable energy fields, helping the next generation of workers train for careers in these fast-growing fields.Submitted
227Version 2Vargas (CA)DemocratRevised States that the the California New River Restoration Act Authorizes the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator to support projects recommended by the California-Mexico Border Relations Council. Additionally, the California New River Restoration Act of 2019 ensures that the EPA will consult with all the New River stakeholders on both sides of the border during the creation and implementation of the programs.Made in Order
228Version 3DeFazio (OR)DemocratMANAGER’S AMENDMENT Revised Adds a credit providing for an additional subsidy for green energy projects that conform to certain labor standards and adds required labor standards for projects financed with certain tax-preference bonds. Directs the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to convert all covered employees and positions within TSA to the personnel management provisions of title 5, U.S.C., thereby ensuring that TSA employees are provided the same rights and civil service protections afforded most other Federal workers. Authorizes $3.396 billion for VA construction and maintenance and applies the existing government-wide three percent goal for participation by service-disabled veteran owned small businesses to the minor construction and non-recurring maintenance allocations. Adds trailers to the list of vehicles that may be purchased with the funds authorized. Adds Davis Bacon requirements to the Housing Trust Fund, Capital Magnet Fund, and Flood Mitigation Assistance funding in the bill. Raises the cap on the Reforestation Trust Fund to $60,000,000 per year to address United States Forest Service replanting needs. Makes certain changes to public outreach procedures for abandoned coal mine reclamation at the request of the states and restates existing law for Department of Energy technical assistance to states for reclaiming orphaned wells. Requires the Secretary of Transportation to enter into an agreement with the National Academies of Sciences to develop a long-term research agenda for the surface transportation system that would address integrating advanced technologies and innovation and requires the Secretary to establish a program for long-term, high-risk research. Provides authority to the Secretary to establish a program for the demonstration of advanced transportation technologies for local transportation organizations and transit agencies serving populations of 200,000 or less and reauthorizes a previously existing advisory council to facilitate receiving outside expertise. Amends Division G to insert Davis-Bacon requirements and clarifies prioritization of funding for broadband deployment policies, among other technical changes. Amends Division O, Agriculture Infrastructure Improvements, by doubling the current statutory deposit limit for the Reforestation Trust Fund, enabling additional reforestation activities on National Forest System lands, including tree planting, seeding, fertilization, and timber stand improvement. Deposits in the account are derived from tariffs on imported wood products. Requires that the National Lifeline Verifier be hooked up to SNAP’s National Accuracy Clearinghouse.Considered as Adopted
229Version 1Eshoo (CA), Matsui (CA), Costa (CA), Cisneros (CA)DemocratAdds charging speed and minimization of future upgrade costs as considerations for electric vehicle charging infrastructure grants.Made in Order
230Version 1Adams (NC)DemocratSupports the development of fixed guideway capital projects near existing affordable housing by weighting the Federal Transit Administration's grant rating formula.Submitted
231Version 2Axne (IA), Khanna (CA), Finkenauer (IA)DemocratRevised Establishes a grant program for the purchase and preservation of manufactured housing communities as long term affordable housing.Made in Order
232Version 1Adams (NC), Sewell (AL), Cooper (TN)DemocratSupports HBCU infrastructure development by asking the Secretary of Education to comply with the GAO's recommendation that the Education Department analyze the potential benefits to HBCUs by modifying the terms of existing HBCU Capital Financing Program loans, as described in the GAO's report published on June 15, 2018 (GAO-18-455).Made in Order
233Version 1Speier (CA)DemocratAmends the eligibility for the additional broadband benefit for low-income consumers to include households in which at least one member of the household has received a Federal Pell Grant in the most recent academic year.Made in Order
234Version 1McNerney (CA), Harder (CA), Cox (CA), Thompson, Mike (CA), Costa (CA)DemocratRequires Amtrak to develop ridership and station staffing projections as part of its now required capital and operating projections.Made in Order
235Version 3Calvert (CA), Takano (CA)Bi-PartisanRevised Establishes the Western Riverside County Wildlife Refuge.Made in Order
236Version 1Finkenauer (IA)DemocratAuthorizes additional appropriations for the Rebuild Rural grant program in FY23 and FY24.Made in Order
237Version 1Westerman (AR)RepublicanCreates a small project set aside for the PNRS program.Submitted
238Version 1Calvert (CA), McCarthy (CA), McClintock (CA), Garcia, Mike (CA), LaMalfa (CA), Nunes (CA)RepublicanTransfers certain Endangered Species Act enforcement functions from the Department of Commerce to the Department of the Interior.Submitted
239Version 1Bost (IL)RepublicanStrikes Section 4306(a), which delays implementation of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s Final Hours of Service Final Rule.Submitted
240Version 1Rush (IL)DemocratEstablishes a nationwide energy-related industries workforce development program.Made in Order
241Version 1Palmer (AL)RepublicanStrikes language that limits state use of federal funding exchange programs.Submitted
242Version 1Schrier (WA)DemocratWaives FTA's spare ratio regulations for two years. The spare ratio regulations require that the number of spare buses in the active fleet for recipients operating 50 or more fixed-route revenue vehicles cannot exceed 20 percent of the number of vehicles operated in maximum fixed-route service.Made in Order
243Version 1McMorris Rodgers (WA), Lamborn (CO), Newhouse (WA), Heck (WA), Schrier (WA)Bi-PartisanClears up confusion at existing Bureau of Reclamation reservoirs about regulatory permitting by making it clear that the Bureau of Reclamation has jurisdiction to oversee pumped storage development when two or more reservoirs are involved.Submitted
244Version 1Escobar (TX)DemocratCreates a new $10 million grant program for colonias to maintain a state of good repair for surface infrastructure in these communities.Made in Order
245Version 1Golden (ME), Gallagher (WI), Sensenbrenner (WI)Bi-PartisanPromotes safe transport of raw or unfinished forest products by allowing state-legal logging vehicles that exceed federal weight limits to travel up to 150 air miles on the Interstate, rather than requiring them to travel exclusively on state, county, and secondary roads.Submitted
246Version 1Gonzalez, Vicente (TX), Vela (TX)DemocratBrings Interstate Route 2 in alignment with Interstate Route 69 and all local roads regarding trucking weight around the border area in Texas.Submitted
247Version 1Brown (MD)DemocratEstablishes the Health Enterprise Zones program to reduce health disparities in areas that have poor health outcomes.Submitted
248Version 1Vargas (CA), Garcia, Jesús (IL)DemocratEnsures that for workforce training under Division B, states would identify need for enhancement in the STEM education pipeline to infrastructure jobs, for women and minorities, in their plans to reduce workforce gaps and underrepresentation of such individuals. Additionally, the amendment directs states to identify a need for increased recruitment of individuals entering the job market after securing their degree, and a need for funding to recruit and retain unemployed individuals.Submitted
249Version 1Lipinski (IL)DemocratWithdrawn Delays the funding prohibition in Section 2603 of the bill related to federal public transportation funds being used for automated vehicles or mobility on demand for one year and requires the Secretary of Transportation to report to Congress the anticipated effects of those prohibitions.Withdrawn
250Version 2Balderson (OH), Burgess (TX)RepublicanRevised Strikes ‘‘lane splitting’’ in Sec. 5304 and inserts descriptive language to better account for varying state laws.Made in Order
251Version 1Meng (NY)DemocratIncludes in the Transportation Alternatives Program set-asides as an eligible project expansion of sidewalks for outdoor dining.Submitted
252Version 3Dingell (MI)DemocratRevised Establishes a Clean Energy and Sustainability Accelerator to bolster and expand a robust clean energy workforce, deploy emissions reduction technologies, and invest in low-carbon infrastructure projects as an independent non-profit capitalized with $20 billion of federal funds spread over a six-year period. The Accelerator is also authorized to provide financial and technical support to state and local green banks in the United States.Made in Order
253Version 1Babin (TX), Gibbs (OH), Webster (FL), Weber (TX), Rouzer (NC)RepublicanProhibits autonomous zones from receiving grants under title 23.Submitted
254Version 1LaMalfa (CA), Walden (OR)RepublicanAmends this legislation to include H.R. 7116, which makes technical corrections to WRDA 2018, and clarifies uses for Klamath Basin funding.Submitted
255Version 1Grothman (WI)RepublicanAllows the Secretary of Commerce or the Secretary of the Interior to consider the threat of invasive species before prescribing a fishway be constructed into a dam.Made in Order
256Version 1McKinley (WV), Veasey (TX), Fletcher (TX), Sewell (AL), Schweikert (AZ), Peters (CA), Costa (CA), Miller (WV), Cisneros (CA), Horn (OK)Bi-PartisanAuthorizes and provide funding for a DOE carbon capture, utilization, and storage technology commercialization program and direct air capture technology prize program.Made in Order
257Version 2Cuellar (TX), Babin (TX), Fletcher (TX), Arrington (TX), Lujan (NM)Bi-PartisanRevised Adds a new section that provides I-27 Future Interstate Designation for Texas and New Mexico.Made in Order
258Version 1Neguse (CO)DemocratAuthorizes and establishes a $9 billion fund to invest in the work of the Civilian Conservation Corps, restore public lands infrastructure, and support jobs in conservation and natural resource management.Submitted
259Version 2Kilmer (WA)DemocratRevised Amends Section 10103. Airport Resiliency Projects to include general aviation airports that are designated as a Federal staging area by the Federal Emergency Management Agency to accommodate critical emergency infrastructure in rural communities.Made in Order
260Version 1Keller (PA), Thompson, Glenn (PA), Joyce, John (PA)RepublicanAllows the Department of Transportation to award transit research, development and testing funds in a competitive manner.Made in Order
261Version 2Costa (CA)DemocratRevised Authorizes $400 million for a combination of habitat and ecosystem restoration, refuge water development, environmental monitoring, sustainable groundwater management, and drinking water programs for disadvantaged communities. Includes an authorization to fund repairs on essential water conveyance facilities to enable environmental, municipal, and other beneficial water uses.Revised
262Version 1Phillips (MN)DemocratDirects the GAO to conduct a study on broadband deployment to cities and towns with populations between 2,500 and 50,000.Made in Order
263Version 2Welch (VT), McKinley (WV), Hayes (CT)Bi-PartisanRevised Creates an online energy efficiency contractor training program. The amendment also makes improvements to the home energy efficiency rebate program already included in the committee text of the bill.Made in Order
264Version 1Sablan (MP)DemocratIncludes the text of the bipartisan H.R. 1809 to amend the Pittman-Robertson Wildlife Restoration Act and the Dingell-Johnson Sport Fish Restoration Act to provide parity for the U.S. territories and the District of Columbia.Submitted
265Version 1Crawford (AR)RepublicanReduces CRISI mega project set aside from 50% to 25%.Submitted
266Version 1Welch (VT), Kinzinger (IL), Kuster (NH)Bi-PartisanAmends the National Energy Conservation Policy Act to encourage the increased use of performance contracting in Federal facilities and requires Federal facilities to implement the energy savings measures already identified through energy audits.Submitted
267Version 1Cuellar (TX), Babin (TX), Fletcher (TX), Arrington (TX), Lujan (NM)Bi-PartisanWithdrawn Full I-27 Future Interstate Designation.Withdrawn
268Version 1Westerman (AR), Gosar (AZ)RepublicanMoves authorized fund for the National Park Service and U.S. Fish and Wildlife and allocates them to the U.S. Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management.Submitted
269Version 1Crawford (AR)RepublicanStrikes full mega-project set-aside.Made in Order
270Version 1Beyer (VA), Wexton (VA), Wittman (VA), Brown (MD), Connolly (VA), Norton (DC)Bi-PartisanAuthorizes the Secretary of the Interior to convey certain federal land to the District of Columbia and the State of Virginia for the purposes of the Long Bridge project.Submitted
271Version 1Lujan (NM), Foster (IL), Watson Coleman (NJ), Scott, Bobby (VA), Lofgren (CA), Haaland (NM), Neguse (CO), Lee, Barbara (CA), Underwood (IL), Swalwell (CA), Johnson, Eddie Bernice (TX)DemocratAuthorizes $6 billion to address the significant deferred maintenance needs and to accelerate the modernization of the Department of Energy’s national laboratory infrastructure.Made in Order
272Version 2Graves, Garret (LA)RepublicanRevised Establishes a nonprofit corporation to be known as "National Foundation for Resiliency".Revised
273Version 1LaMalfa (CA), Brady (TX), Wright (TX), Perry (PA)RepublicanStrikes changes to credit risk premiums under 45 U.S.C 822.Made in Order
274Version 2Garcia, Jesús (IL), Carbajal (CA), Lynch (MA), Ocasio-Cortez (NY), Pressley (MA), Jayapal (WA)DemocratRevised Expands COVID-19 protections to passenger and freight/cargo transportation workers across all modes.Made in Order
275Version 1Hayes (CT), Cárdenas (CA)DemocratDoubles funding clean school bus programs under the Environmental Protection Agency and triple funding reserved for underserved and disadvantaged communities.Made in Order
276Version 1Schneider (IL), Kaptur (OH), Pingree (ME), Rouda (CA), Carbajal (CA), Kim (NJ), Lowey (NY)DemocratProvides noncompetitive grant program through the Economic Development Administration to assist communities housing stranded nuclear waste from closed civilian nuclear power facilities. Same text as the STRANDED Act (H.R. 5608).Submitted
277Version 1Rouda (CA), Porter (CA), Sánchez (CA), Correa (CA), Ruiz (CA), Chu (CA), Levin, Mike (CA), Cisneros (CA)DemocratWithdrawn Directs the Secretary of Transportation to consider contributions from voter-approved measures to fund transportation projects when making grants under the Projects of National and Regional Significance Program.Withdrawn
278Version 1Smith, Jason (MO), Gosar (AZ)RepublicanMakes all categorical exclusions available for use by any federal agency.Submitted
279Version 1Rouda (CA), Porter (CA), Sánchez (CA), Correa (CA), Ruiz (CA), Chu (CA), Levin, Mike (CA), Cisneros (CA)DemocratWithdrawn Directs the Secretary of Transportation to consider the extent to which projects would maximize the use of funds from voter-approved measures when making grants under the Gridlock Reduction Grant Program.Withdrawn
280Version 2Garcia, Jesús (IL), Gallagher (WI)Bi-PartisanRevised Amends parameters of the study on travel demand modeling described in section 1404 to account for induced demand and update antiquated models like 'Level of Service.'Made in Order
281Version 1Finkenauer (IA), Axne (IA), Craig (MN), Bustos (IL), Marshall (KS), Loebsack (IA), Bacon (NE), Peterson (MN)Bi-PartisanDirects the Secretary of Energy to create a grant program for fuel pump infrastructure that supports higher blends of biofuels.Submitted
282Version 1Garcia, Jesús (IL), Gallagher (WI)Bi-PartisanWithdrawn Requires induced demand traffic projections to see if projects adding new capacity inadvertently increase traffic volumes, travel times, and congestion.Withdrawn
283Version 1Nadler (NY)DemocratMakes common interest communities eligible for the same FEMA assistance available to other homeowners.Submitted
284Version 1Crawford (AR)RepublicanExpands eligibility for RRIF CRP payments to short lines and other private applicants.Submitted
285Version 1McKinley (WV), Veasey (TX), Fletcher (TX), Tipton (CO), Mooney (WV), Peters (CA), Schweikert (AZ), Costa (CA), Horn (OK)Bi-PartisanStrikes the two year extension of the "commence construction date" for the section 45Q tax credit in Section 90403, and extend it by ten years instead.Submitted
286Version 1McKinley (WV), Cheney (WY), Gianforte (MT)RepublicanMakes clarifying changes to Section 401 of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act to ensure appropriate compliance with applicable water quality requirements.Made in Order
287Version 1Garamendi (CA), Lamb (PA)DemocratMakes publicly owned airport projects eligible for any unobligated/uncommitted balance (currently $1.88B) under Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (TIFIA), subject to FAA’S existing “Buy American” requirements.Submitted
288Version 4Graves, Garret (LA), Richmond (LA), Scalise (LA)Bi-PartisanRevised Allows Mississippi River and Tributaries projects to compete for funding.Revised
289Version 1Amendment number not in use.Submitted
290Version 1Sherrill (NJ)DemocratAuthorizes a GAO study that would recommend specific safety measures to reduce exposure to the SARS-CoV-2 virus on mass transportation systems, as well as technologies that can assist with the implementation of these safety measures, i.e. technologies that facilitate large-scale sanitation/decontamination and encourage social distancing.Made in Order
291Version 1Gibbs (OH)RepublicanStates that the cover sheet for each environmental impact statement shall include a statement of the estimated total cost of preparing such environmental impact statement.Submitted
292Version 2Sherrill (NJ)DemocratRevised Adds $50 million to the credit risk premium subsidy for the Railroad Rehabilitation and Improvement Financing (RRIF) program, using $50 million in funding originally authorized for the state-supported route subsidy.Made in Order
293Version 1Garcia, Jesús (IL), Schakowsky (IL)DemocratRequires that a study on how autonomous vehicles will impact transportation include secondary impacts on air quality and climate as well as energy consumption.Made in Order
294Version 1Graves, Garret (LA)RepublicanAllows amounts made available under the Urbanized Formula program to be reprogrammed if another project provides a higher cost-benefit to the public.Submitted
295Version 1Higgins, Clay (LA)RepublicanInventory (NBI) Condition rating of “Poor”; Have an NBI Deck rating of “Serious”; Have an NBI Superstructure rating of “Serious”; and Have an NBI Substructure rating of “Serious”.Submitted
296Version 2Cohen (TN), Tlaib (MI)DemocratRevised Prohibits airports that received more than four times their annual operating expenses under the CARES Act from receiving funding under this legislationRevised
297Version 2Babin (TX), Conaway (TX), Williams (TX), Bishop, Sanford (GA), Carter, John (TX), Abraham (LA), Weber (TX), Allen (GA), Flores (TX), Hice (GA), Cuellar (TX), Fletcher (TX), Palazzo (MS), Ferguson (GA)Bi-PartisanRevised Authorizes the expansion and improvement of interstate 14.Made in Order
298Version 1Miller (WV), Balderson (OH), Cuellar (TX), Beatty (OH)Bi-PartisanWould further transformative and innovative transportation technologies, and the benefits that follow, by authorizing appropriations from the general fund of the Treasury. One of the eligible uses is “advanced public transportation systems,” a phrase broad enough to include public transit and longer-than-transit-trip fixed guideway transportation, such as a Hyperloops and other advanced transportation technologies.Submitted
299Version 1González-Colón, Jenniffer (PR), Serrano (NY), Radewagen (AS), Plaskett (VI), Sablan (MP), San Nicolas (GU), Shalala (FL), Katko (NY), Fitzpatrick (PA)Bi-PartisanRaises the Puerto Rico and Territorial Highway block grant programs to $510,000 million for better parity to states.Submitted
300Version 2González-Colón, Jenniffer (PR)RepublicanRevised Allows Puerto Rico to issue Commercial Driver's Licenses and also be eligible for Commercial Drivers License Improvement Program grant funding.Made in Order
301Version 2Foster (IL)DemocratRevised Includes language in the Grid Security and Modernization section that would require the Secretary of Energy to provide goals and objectives, cost targets, a multi-year strategy, and testing and validation requirements for energy storage. The language also includes a limitation on the total number of demonstration projects to focus on the most promising technologies.Made in Order
302Version 1Gibbs (OH)RepublicanEnvironmental assessments required shall be completed not later than 1 year after the date.Submitted
303Version 1Crawford (AR)RepublicanApplies TIVSA protections to buses.Made in Order
304Version 2Cunningham (SC)DemocratRevised Ensures that hospital infrastructure projects that are related to natural disaster preparedness and flood mitigation are given priority alongside projects dealing with public health emergency preparedness or cybersecurity.Made in Order
305Version 2Rouda (CA), Huffman (CA), Katko (NY)Bi-PartisanRevised Creates a grant program to support the modernization of the Nation’s drinking water infrastructure and management systems to maintain reliable, resilient, and affordable drinking water infrastructure and ensure the protection of public health.Revised
306Version 1Amendment number not in use.Submitted
307Version 2Rouda (CA), Huffman (CA), Katko (NY)Bi-PartisanRevised Creates a grant program to support the modernization of the Nation’s publicly owned treatment works to maintain reliable and affordable water quality infrastructure that addresses demand impacts, including resiliency, to improve public health and natural resources.Made in Order
308Version 1Amendment number not in use.Submitted
309Version 1Jackson Lee (TX)DemocratExpresses a Sense of the Congress affirming the requirement that the Department of Transportation ensure that when funding an infrastructure project follow the National Historic Preservation Act, which requires steps to be taken to preserve and protect historic places that may be near construction or infrastructure improvement projects.Submitted
310Version 1Jackson Lee (TX)DemocratCreates a national program to reduce pedestrian motor vehicle accidents by identifying locations where deaths have occurred and supports local efforts to address the conditions that may contribute to deaths to improve pedestrian and bicycle safety.Submitted
311Version 1Jackson Lee (TX)DemocratLate Requires a report from the FAA on those areas of the airport system that have not received any COVID-19 related funding and requires prioritizing of funding to these areas.Made in Order
312Version 2Tlaib (MI)DemocratLate Revised Requires an annual consultation between DOT and EPA to review all projects under the Community Climate program. The amendment also requires a one-time public comment solicitation prior to the first year of grants and before Charter Approval.Made in Order
313Version 1Jackson Lee (TX)DemocratLate Expresses the Sense of the Congress on the proposed I-45 construction project that will continue decades of disparate impacts on communities of color caused by major highway construction projects in the city of Houston and the need to provide remedies to address economic, environmental and cultural disparities that result from policies that too often rely on expanding the capacity of road surface to carry more motor vehicle capacity instead of developing mass transit in urban areas.Submitted
314Version 1Carter, Buddy (GA)RepublicanLate Streamlines the FAA's review process for spaceport applications, clarifies the environmental reviews, and ensures the proper specifications are used for launch sites and vehicles.Submitted
315Version 3Luria (VA)DemocratLate Revised Incentivizes localities to build or expand transit to low-income areas or areas that do not have adequate access to public transportation.Made in Order
316Version 1Luria (VA)DemocratLate Amend the Highway Beautification Act to allow billboards to be within 200 ft of the road.Submitted
317Version 1Westerman (AR)RepublicanLate Seeks to prevent injunctions during the NEPA process before the final record of decision is released.Submitted
318Version 1Spanberger (VA)DemocratLate Creates a set-aside of funds from the PNRS program for smaller, rural projects that would otherwise meet program requirements.Submitted
319Version 2Spanberger (VA)DemocratLate Revised Requires GAO to conduct an evaluation and write a report on the efficacy of the FCC’s existing process for establishing, reviewing, and updating its speed thresholds for broadband service.Made in Order
320Version 1Palmer (AL)RepublicanLate Streamlines the environmental review process by requiring environmental impact statement completion in two years.Submitted
321Version 1Velázquez (NY)DemocratLate Requires that grantees applying for a demonstration grant under section 2503 plan for a public awareness campaign, and for such campaign to be available in languages other than English, to notify low-income individuals of the agency's ability to provide reduced fares. Clarifies that jurisdictions already with a low-income program for reduced fares in place are still eligible to participate in the grant program.Made in Order
322Version 1Bishop, Rob (UT)RepublicanLate Streamlines federal permitting for infrastructure by designating a lead federal agency, eliminates duplicative state and federal analysis, and makes permanent the Federal Permitting Improvement Steering Council.Submitted
323Version 2Torres Small, Xochitl (NM), Cuellar (TX), Haaland (NM), Vargas (CA), Lujan (NM), Welch (VT), Grijalva (AZ)DemocratLate Revised Authorizes $100 million for infrastructure improvement projects at land ports of entry with significant total trade percentage growth in 2019.Made in Order
324Version 1González-Colón, Jenniffer (PR), Radewagen (AS), Sablan (MP), Plaskett (VI), Soto (FL)Bi-PartisanLate Includes the text of the bipartisan H.R. 1014, the Offshore Wind for Territories Act, which seeks to amend federal law to study the potential for and authorize offshore wind energy development in the Exclusive Economic Zone adjacent to the U.S. territories. It will also establish a dedicated fund for coral reef conservation and direct a portion of the offshore wind revenues back into local communities.Submitted
325Version 1Gibbs (OH)RepublicanLate Fixes CSA scores to remove public availability of scores until FMCSA updates the scoring criteria.Submitted
326Version 2Cunningham (SC)DemocratLate Revised Requires the vulnerability assessment done by Metropolitan Planning Organizations to include a review of how accessible health care and public health facilities are in an emergency situation and what improvements may be made to adequately facilitate safe passage and ensures that projects that reduce risks of disruption to critical infrastructure are given priority for Section 1202 funding.Made in Order
327Version 1Perry (PA), Kelly, Mike (PA), King, Steve (IA), Abraham (LA), McKinley (WV), Gosar (AZ), Byrne (AL), Gohmert (TX)RepublicanLate Strikes Subtitle G of Title IV, requiring Treasury to assess and report on the utility of the EPA's GHGRP data for the purpose of assessing a tax on greenhouse gas emissions.Submitted
328Version 1Hice (GA)RepublicanLate Strikes $25 billion in unfunded vehicle purchases for the United States Postal Service.Made in Order
329Version 2Cunningham (SC)DemocratLate Revised Requires NOAA to conduct a study on wild fish in PFAS-contaminated waters and the risks of consuming such fish to humans and natural predators.Made in Order
330Version 1Hastings (FL)DemocratLate Withdrawn Clarifies that airports that have received records of decision under the FAA’s Airport Investment Partnership Program are eligible for existing loan guarantee authority under the CARES Act.Withdrawn
331Version 1Jackson Lee (TX)DemocratLate Reverses an adverse decision in 2015 by the Federal Transit Administration that eliminated federal funding for services operated by public transit agencies like Metro with High-Occupancy Vehicle (“HOV”) lanes that had been converted to HOT Lanes.Submitted
332Version 1Jackson Lee (TX)DemocratLate Allows local transportation planners to receive "local sharte credits" for past projects financed solely with local funds. This will allow credits to be applied to new projects and thus reduce local funding requirements.Submitted
333Version 1Jackson Lee (TX)DemocratLate Directs the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) to execute a program previously authorized. This program provides local transportation agencies greater flexibility in funding projects. The amendment as drafted directs FTA to undertake the Program and to also commence a pilot program.Submitted
334Version 2Richmond (LA), Graves, Garret (LA)Bi-PartisanLate Revised Directs the Secretary to (1) ensure public comment and hearings involving the community and any other relevant stakeholders that the Secretary determines appropriate;(2) make use of existing data made available by Federal and non-Federal parties; and (3) notwithstanding any other provision of law, utilize alternative arrangements pursuant to section 1432 of the FAST Act (23 U.S.C. 109 Note) for the purposes of constructing a new bridge crossing the Mississippi River, on or adjacent to Interstate 10, in the vicinity of Baton Rouge, Louisiana.Revised
335Version 1Roy (TX)RepublicanLate Adjusts the Highway Trust Fund apportionment to ensure states receive what they pay into the Highway Trust Fund.Submitted
336Version 1Marshall (KS), Gianforte (MT), Peterson (MN)Bi-PartisanLate Creates an exemption from the requirement of using electronic logging device.Submitted
337Version 1Velázquez (NY)DemocratLate Revises the distribution of funds under the Public Housing Capital Fund to ensure at least 50 percent of the funding is distributed according to formula. Also ensures that PHAs working in good faith effort to resolve urgent health and safety concerns remain eligible for funding awards.Made in Order
338Version 1Richmond (LA), Graves, Garret (LA), Scalise (LA)Bi-PartisanLate Requires any project to receive amounts for construction pursuant to the Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2008 (Public Law 110–252) for necessary expenses related to the consequences of Hurricane Katrina and other hurricanes of the 2005 season, and directs the Secretary to permit the full non-Federal contribution to be made without the accrual of interest during construction of the project.Submitted
339Version 1Richmond (LA), Graves, Garret (LA), Scalise (LA)Bi-PartisanLate Reduces the amounts required to be paid by the non-Federal interest under the terms of the deferred payment agreements for the projects authorized by section 7012(a)(1)’’ before the period at the end.Submitted
340Version 1Horn (OK)DemocratLate Retains ban on commercial activities at Interstate rest areas; carves out exception for electric vehicle charging and other alternative fuel infrastructure at park and ride lots.Submitted
341Version 1Pressley (MA)DemocratLate Prohibits the use of federal funds for the creation or maintenance of highways and streets named after Confederate leaders or containing symbols of the Confederacy.Submitted
342Version 1Perry (PA)RepublicanLate Requires EPA's Chesapeake Bay Program Office to conduct analysis to estimate the uncertainty of the models used in carrying out the Chesapeake Bay Program.Submitted
343Version 2Garcia, Jesús (IL), Pressley (MA)DemocratLate Revised Directs HUD to check public housing projects and federally assisted housing projects for lead pipes and issue grants to remove them.Made in Order
344Version 2Waters (CA)DemocratLate Revised Requires airport sponsors that receive supplemental funding for airports in FY 2021 to provide financial relief to airport concessionaires experiencing economic hardship and to show good faith efforts to provide relief to socially and economically disadvantaged businesses.Made in Order
345Version 1DeFazio (OR)DemocratLate Withdrawn Extends to no later than 365 days (current deadline is 120 days) the time a federal electric utility (Power Marketing Administrations and Tennessee Valley Authority) to inform Treasury that an electric utility (which purchases power from a federal electric utility) is delinquent in payment to the federal electric utility.Withdrawn
346Version 2Pressley (MA)DemocratLate Revised Requires the Secretary of HUD to conduct a study on the effect of criminal history or involvement with the criminal legal system on access to private and assisted housing.Made in Order
347Version 1Gibbs (OH), Costa (CA)Bi-PartisanLate Defines Construction Materials for FHWA projects.Submitted
348Version 1Hern (OK)RepublicanLate Bars any of the funds made available under H.R. 2 from being used to implement a federal “prevailing wage” standard.Submitted
349Version 1Graves, Garret (LA)RepublicanLate Requires the Secretary to certify that the actions in Sec. 82201 are more critical than the sustainability of the region responsible for generating the revenue.Made in Order
350Version 1Graves, Garret (LA)RepublicanLate Includes fishermen that have been impacted by unfair trade practices for consideration under Sec. 83101.Made in Order
351Version 1Graves, Garret (LA)RepublicanLate Covers administrative costs for projects and disbursement of mineral revenues.Submitted
352Version 1Soto (FL)DemocratLate Directs the Director of the United States Geological Survey to establish a program to map zones that are at greater risk of sinkhole formation.Made in Order
353Version 1Omar (MN)DemocratLate Creates a dedicated fund within the Department of Housing and Urban Development to help local communities fight gentrification and invest in projects that prevent displacement and stabilize neighborhoods.Submitted
354Version 2Omar (MN)DemocratLate Revised Creates a Low-Income Housing Acquisition fund within the Department of Housing and Urban Development to finance the purchase of private rental units by non-profits, public housing authorities, cooperatives, community land trusts, and states or local governments in the wake of the current economic downturn caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.Revised
355Version 1Lesko (AZ), Marshall (KS), Gosar (AZ), King, Steve (IA), Bishop, Dan (NC), Joyce, John (PA), Budd (NC), Perry (PA), Gohmert (TX), Steube (FL)RepublicanLate Ensures that states who issue driver licenses to illegal aliens do not receive federal highway funding.Submitted
356Version 1Lesko (AZ), Gianforte (MT), LaMalfa (CA)RepublicanLate Repeals the excise tax on heavy trucks and trailers through 2021.Submitted
357Version 1Slotkin (MI)DemocratLate Provides preference under the PFAS Infrastructure Grant Program to water systems that are located in a State that has implemented a PFAS drinking water or groundwater standard.Submitted
358Version 2Slotkin (MI)DemocratLate Revised Stipulates that receipt of a grant under the PFAS Infrastructure Grant Program in no way absolves the Department of Defense of their responsibilities relating to cleanup of PFAS.Made in Order
359Version 1Omar (MN)DemocratLate Withdrawn Specifies that in the Office of Internet Connectivity and Growth’s report on broadband deployment, information on number of residents served must be disaggregated by gender, race, and ethnicity, and the economic impact must consider schools in addition to businesses and jobs.Withdrawn
360Version 1Torres, Norma (CA), Aguilar (CA)DemocratLate Removes melting requirements on American steel companies.Submitted
361Version 1Omar (MN)DemocratLate Directs the Administrator to establish and carry out a program to award grants, on a competitive basis, to eligible entities for projects that are consistent with zero-waste practices.Submitted
362Version 1Hern (OK)RepublicanLate Exempts projects upgrading or fixing existing infrastructure projects, as carried out under H.R. 2, which do not change the nature of the specific piece of infrastructure from undergoing another Environmental Impact Study and the project will just be considered approved.Submitted
363Version 1Hern (OK)RepublicanLate Makes it so that if states inquire to the Federal Highway Commission about approval for the project being carried out under H.R. 2 and they do not hear from the Federal Highway Commission within 90 calendar days they are considered approved and the project may progress.Submitted
364Version 1Keating (MA)DemocratLate Adds projects replacing, reconstructing or rehabilitating a high commuter corridor as a consideration for awarding a grant under H.R. 2. It also clarifies that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Bureau of Reclamation and Bureau of Land Management are eligible entities to receive funds.Made in Order
365Version 2Hern (OK)RepublicanLate Revised States that to be eligible to receive funding authorized under this division, a State or unit of local government shall certify to the Secretary of Transportation that such State or unit of local government prioritizes the strategic priorities of the Federal Highway Administration.Revised
366Version 1Keating (MA)DemocratLate Clarifies federal land transportation facilities as "highways, bridges, or other transportation facilities" for which the maintenance responsibility is vested in the Federal Government.Made in Order
367Version 1Omar (MN)DemocratLate Requires a report on barriers to public transportation faced by residents of Areas of Concentrated Poverty.Made in Order
368Version 1Slotkin (MI)DemocratLate Strengthens Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) reporting and transparency requirements related to pipeline leaks, damage, or disruptionMade in Order
369Version 1Pressley (MA)DemocratLate Requires GAO to issue a report on the impact of transportation policies on marginalized communities, including fare evasion and speed enforcement camera policies, and make recommendations on ways to reduce any disproportionate impacts.Made in Order
370Version 1Lamb (PA)DemocratLate Directs the Army Corps of Engineers to lead the development and implementation of an interagency plan to prepare for and respond to climate change within the Ohio River Basin, based on their previous report.Made in Order
371Version 1Babin (TX), Cuellar (TX)Bi-PartisanLate Makes emergency and tow vehicles subject to state permit authority.Submitted
372Version 1Budd (NC), Gohmert (TX)RepublicanLate The Secretary of Transportation shall invite the public to provide input to identify regulations, guidance, and policies that establish prescriptive requirements for regulated entities and are able to be replaced with performance-based standards.Submitted
373Version 1Davis, Rodney (IL)RepublicanLate Allows for ferry grant funds to be used to repair approach roadways leased to grant recipients by the Army Corps of Engineers.Submitted
374Version 1Rice, Tom (SC)RepublicanLate Incentivizes States and localities to invest in the quick recovery and long-term competitiveness of the travel industry, this section makes the federal share payable up to 100 percent (for FY21 – FY23) for projects that significantly improve national or regional connectivity and result in greater economic growth through tourism and travel.Submitted
375Version 1Rice, Tom (SC)RepublicanLate Sets aside 10 percent of funding in the PNRS and Community Transportation Investment Grant programs for the planning, operations and management of multistate corridors.Submitted
376Version 1Rice, Tom (SC)RepublicanLate Sets aside 10 percent of funding in the Community Transportation Investment Grant programs for the planning, operations and management of multistate corridors.Submitted
377Version 1Rice, Tom (SC)RepublicanLate Establishes a “loser pays” citizen suit structure under the Clean Water Act, removes EPA’s oversight role of Section 404 permitting, and prevents environmental extortion activities.Submitted
378Version 1Woodall (GA)RepublicanLate Allows vehicles carrying perishable goods to operate on the Interstate Highway System at the same weight tolerances/limits that states allow on their respective state roads and highways.Submitted
379Version 1Omar (MN)DemocratLate Requires the Office of Internet Connectivity and Growth to conduct a study of the extent to which federal funds have expanded access to and adoption of broadband internet service by socially disadvantaged individuals.Made in Order
380Version 1Burgess (TX)RepublicanLate Raises the threshold of covered projects under NEPA to $1 billion and allows projects with marginal environmental impact to be excluded from NEPA review.Submitted
381Version 1Yoho (FL)RepublicanLate Includes the text of H.R. 487, the Transporting Livestock Across America Safely Act.Submitted
382Version 1Graves, Garret (LA)RepublicanLate Defines zero emission vehicle and set rare earth content requirement for zero emission bus grants.Submitted
383Version 1Perry (PA)RepublicanLate Prohibits Buy America Waivers for Zero Emission Buses or their components.Submitted
384Version 1Graves, Garret (LA)RepublicanLate Enhances climate change policies priorities.Submitted
385Version 1Bishop, Rob (UT), Stewart (UT)RepublicanLate Allows states with adequate opportunity to take corrective action prior to the imposition of financial penalties for states that occasionally fall out of compliance of Federal standards that prohibit alcoholic open containers in motor vehicles and penalty standards for conviction of impaired driving repeat offenders due to the complexity of federal DUI and open container laws and regulations.Submitted
386Version 1Graves, Garret (LA)RepublicanLate Amends the criteria for Climate Innovation Grants.Submitted
387Version 2Graves, Garret (LA), Richmond (LA)Bi-PartisanLate Revised Broadens eligibility in the Gridlock Reduction Grant Program to include areas with populations of 500,000 or greater.Revised
388Version 1Lamb (PA)DemocratLate States that it is the sense of the Congress that qualified teaching health centers or behavioral health care centers should place an emphasis on senior care during public health crises. This amendment also increases the Pilot Program to Improve Community-Based Care Infrastructure by $100,000,000.Submitted