Connecticut HB 6392 – To allow the use of speed enforcement technology within highway work zones
February 6, 2019 • bill tracker
Connecticut•Assembly / House
An Act Concerning Work Zone Safety EnforcementFull Bill Text
UPDATE June 5, 2019: Legislative session ended without action taken on this bill.
UPDATE April 1, 2019: Joint Transportation Committee found the bill favorable. HB 6392 has been referred to the Office of Legislative Research and Office of Fiscal Analysis.
Bill HB 6392 was introduced to the House on January 25, 2019. It has been referred to the Joint Transportation Committee where a public hearing was scheduled for February 13, 2019.
HB 6392 proposes that the general statutes be amended to allow the use of speed enforcement technology within highway work zones. The NMA is opposed to the use of speed cameras. Proper advance warning to motorists of a work zone ahead and smooth transitioning of lanes through the construction zone is safer than after-the-fact enforcement by revenue-driven ticket cameras.