The Commissioner of Transportation shall establish a freight transportation advisory
council to facilitate discussion and provide insight into issues pertaining to freight
transportation in the State. The commissioner shall invite no fewer than 9 people from the private sector to participate as members of the council. Membership
must include representatives of various geographic areas of the State. Membership
must include at least one person with experience in each of the following:
A. Commercial trucking; [2003, c. 498, §2 (NEW).]
B. Rail freight; [2003, c. 498, §2 (NEW).]
C. Waterborne freight; [2003, c. 498, §2 (NEW).]
D. Forest products; [2013, c. 36, §5 (AMD).]
E. [2013, c. 36, §5 (RP).]
F. Agricultural products; [2013, c. 36, §5 (AMD).]
G. Petroleum products; and [2013, c. 36, §5 (AMD).]
H. General manufacturing. [2013, c. 36, §5 (NEW).]
2013, c. 36, §5 (AMD)
The Commissioner of Transportation or the commissioner's designee shall serve as
chair of the council established in subsection 1. The Department of Transportation
shall provide staff support to the council. The council shall meet at the call of
the chair but not less than 4 times during a calendar year. Members of the council
serve without compensation.
2003, c. 498, §2 (NEW)
2003, c. 498, §2 (NEW).
2013, c. 36, §5 (AMD).
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