In late 2018, Libertas Institute organized a lawsuit against Pleasant Grove over its adoption of a transportation utility fee that was really a tax. Yesterday, Judge Jared Eldridge of the 4th District Court ruled against Pleasant...
Restraining Order Sought Against Illegal and Unconstitutional Transportation Utility Fee Imposed on Residents
This bill adds numerous costly regulations for companies empowering Utahns to share/rent their own vehicles.
In limited circumstances, this bill would allow individuals to treat stoplights as stop signs.
This bill allows an individual to appeal the suspension of their license for a first-time DUI, in limited cases.
In addition to other tax and fee increases, this bill forces a huge tax increase on Utahns who already voted against it by overturning Prop 1.
This bill allows the trucking industry an exemption from current laws that would prevent truckers from using this automated platooning technology to the fullest.
This bill legalizes the operation of low-speed autonomous delivery vehicles that navigate along sidewalks and crosswalks.
This bill pushes forward an alternative transportation funding source via toll roads to align funding needs with a user fee.
Crowd-sourcing and decentralization have innovated many industries, including transportation. Rather than relying on a government agency to furnish accurate and localized data about road conditions, drivers can now create and...