HRTAC Management of Hampton Roads Regional Transportation Funds On March 8, 2014, the General Assembly adopted HB1253/SB513, which provides for the creation of the Hampton Roads Transportation Accountability Commission (HRTAC) in order to manage the Hampton Roads Transportation Fund (HRTF) revenues for the Hampton Roads region.

Signed into law on April 3, 2014 by Governor Terry McAuliffe, the HRTAC became effective on July 1, 2014. Comprised of locally elected officials, the commission has the organizational structure and leadership in place to determine how new regional money - approximately $200 million annually - will be invested in transportation projects. The new funding is part of the transportation funding package

Signed into law on April 3, 2014 by Governor Terry McAuliffe, the HRTAC became effective on July 1, 2014. Comprised of locally elected officials, the commission has the organizational structure and leadership in place to determine how new regional money - approximately $200 million annually - will be invested in transportation projects. The new funding is part of the transportation funding package

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Legislation proposed to limit tolls in Hampton Roads
11/20/2015
Legislation proposed to limit tolls in Hampton Roads

Legislation proposed to limit tolls in Hampton Roads

A leading member of one the most powerful transportation committees in Hampton Roads said Thursday he plans to sponsor legislation that limits tolling on existing highways and bridge-tunnels.

More tolls for more bridges and tunnels?
11/20/2015
More tolls for more bridges and tunnels?

More tolls for more bridges and tunnels?

It's what some are now referring to as the Ring of Fire: a set of tolls that would make drivers pay on almost every single bridge, tunnel and major highway in Hampton Roads.

New highway plan considers $2 tolls on HRBT, MMBT, High-Rise Bridge | Southside Daily
11/18/2015
New highway plan considers $2 tolls on HRBT, MMBT, High-Rise Bridge | Southside Daily

New highway plan considers $2 tolls on HRBT, MMBT, High-Rise Bridge | Southside Daily

A new financial plan for the region’s highway network includes scenarios of $1 or $2 tolls on all lanes of an expanded Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel, Monitor-Merrimac Memorial Bridge-Tunnel and High-Rise Bridge. The plan is being reviewed this week by city officials and representatives from across Ham…

Tolls could be slated for busy Peninsula highway networks
11/18/2015
Tolls could be slated for busy Peninsula highway networks

Tolls could be slated for busy Peninsula highway networks

A plan calling for $1 and $2 tolls on the Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel and the Monitor-Merrimac Memorial Bridge-Tunnel will make its way to transportation officials on Thursday.

Stricter Penalties, Safer Roads | Bacon's Rebellion
07/21/2015
Stricter Penalties, Safer Roads | Bacon's Rebellion

Stricter Penalties, Safer Roads | Bacon's Rebellion

I will concede this upfront: Bacon playing with statistics is like a toddler playing with a gun. Nothing good can come of it. With that word of warning, I ask readers to indulge me for a moment.

Closing the Books on U.S. 460 Fiasco | Bacon's Rebellion
07/02/2015
Closing the Books on U.S. 460 Fiasco | Bacon's Rebellion

Closing the Books on U.S. 460 Fiasco | Bacon's Rebellion

The state will recover $46 million from US 460 Mobility Partners for work never performed on a 55-mile highway between Petersburg and Suffolk, reports the Virginian-Pilot. Under the settlement negotiated with the McAuliffe administration, US 460 will keep about $210 million of the payments it receiv…

Attorney general addresses HRTAC quorums, conflict of interest
02/12/2015
Attorney general addresses HRTAC quorums, conflict of interest

Attorney general addresses HRTAC quorums, conflict of interest

After sitting idle on its plans to secure a financial institution that would potentially bank billions in taxpayer funds for major regional road projects, members of the Hampton Roads Transportation Accountability Commission (HRTAC) might now have the momentum — and clarity — to proceed…

Fees mount as Hampton Roads transportation group delays bank decision
12/17/2014
Fees mount as Hampton Roads transportation group delays bank decision

Fees mount as Hampton Roads transportation group delays bank decision

One of the newest transportation organizations in the region is still without a bank to deposit tax money collected from the Hampton Roads Transportation Fund — and it's costing taxpayers money as officials wait.

Public-private road deals could face more oversight
12/11/2014
Public-private road deals could face more oversight

Public-private road deals could face more oversight

The proposal by Gov. Terry McAuliffe seeks to increase oversight and transparency amid anger over a deal struck under the McDonnell administration: the Midtown-Downtown Tunnel toll project.

McAuliffe, Jones, back transportation reforms
12/11/2014
McAuliffe, Jones, back transportation reforms

McAuliffe, Jones, back transportation reforms

Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced the basics of a plan to tighten control of the state's planning process on some of its largest transportation projects Wednesday, saying forthcoming new regulations will help Virginia avoid another U.S. 460.

Impatience carries a toll
11/17/2014
Impatience carries a toll

Impatience carries a toll

Even though last year's transportation compromise is producing a ton of money, decades of inaction in Richmond mean it won't be enough soon enough.

HRTAC Chair Mayor Alan Krasnoff (Chesapeake) Addresses CTB at Six-Year Improvement Program...
11/13/2014
HRTAC Chair Mayor Alan Krasnoff (Chesapeake) Addresses CTB at Six-Year Improvement Program...

HRTAC Chair Mayor Alan Krasnoff (Chesapeake) Addresses CTB at Six-Year Improvement Program...

At the September 25, 2014 Six-Year Improvement Program (SYIP) Public Hearing hosted by the Commonwealth Transportation Board, members of the public were invited to weigh-in on the SYIP and meet with transportation officials from across the Commonwealth. HRTAC Chair, Mayor Alan Krasnoff (Chesapeake)…

HRTAC
09/26/2014

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november 2015-- still no one telling anyone anything-- how really sad