Most transportation bills hit a bumpy road this year.
Lawmakers dumped a proposal to borrow through new bonds next year for more road projects, though a list of roads will get built. They killed another proposal to ban teenagers from talking on cellphones while driving. They also rejected a bill that would allow higher speed limits in freeway express lanes than in other lanes.
Also dying: a move to allow cyclists to run red lights in some instances, such as when left-turn signals fail to detect them; a resolution calling for an end to airport full-body scans and pat-downs; and a move to decrease how often vehicles must have emissions tested.