Finally, through the efforts of the Hogan administration, Route 404's full dualization will be completed by fall of this year and will not be impacted by the Road Kill Bill. However, while part of the I-81 rehabilitation has been funded, the money to complete the remaining phases of the project is in jeopardy because of the Road Kill Bill. If the scoring system is implemented as the law instructs, the continued rehabilitation of I-81 is one of the 66 transportation projects that will be eliminated by the Road Kill Bill. While some assert that the governor can simply ignore these provisions of law and fund whatever projects he desires, it is quite clear in the language of the law that this is not the case. It is not the habit of the General Assembly to pass laws that can be ignored.