Last evening was the cutoff for non-budget bills to pass either the Senate or House. As Rep. Joe Fitzgibbon explained to us in a comment, the main revenue bills for transit are still alive. In an email, he further clarified that Speaker Chopp made the determination that these bills are “necessary” to pass the budget, which allows them to linger until they have the votes to pass.
Here’s what else has a chance:
SB 5088, designed to obstruct light rail in Clark County, passed the Senate 25-24 in what I believe was a straight party-line vote (counting dissident Democrats Rodney Tom and Tim Sheldon as Republicans).
HB 1563, the bill that allows agencies to sell land below market value to build affordable housing, passed the House 51-46.
HB 1045, allowing cities to lower their own speed limits, passed the House 86-10.
HB 1648, which extends development funds for urban infill instead of just sprawl, passed the House 89-8.
HB 1324, which I missed last time, merges County Ferry Districts back into their counties, and passed the House 97-0. According to Fitzgibbon, consolidating King County Ferry District administration with KCDOT will save about $400,000 annually.