HARRISBURG – A bill has been introduced that would reform the public private partnership or P3 transportation law, including the addition of provisions to stop PennDOT’s recent bridge tolling proposal unless state lawmakers approve it. In February, PennDOT Secretary Yassmin Gramian unveiled plans to toll nine bridges throughout the state. Since the announcement, many questions and concerns have been raised about the specific bridges chosen, timing of construction and tolling, and the economic impact. House Bill 920 would apply to future P3 projects and the current bridge tolling proposal if the bill was signed into law before an agreement was reached with a development entity.