A new bill could make your morning commute go by a little faster. A state senate committee has approved legislation allowing you to drive 75 miles-an-hour on rural interstates. Erica Rakow joins us now live The bill is gaining momentum in our state capitol but Erica,it still faces an uncertain future. 3 3 The Bill faces opposition from several state senators ... And from Triple-A The Senate Transportation Committee approved a bill that would allow the Florida Department of Transportation to raise speed limits by five miles per hour. The bill doesn't mandate an increase, but gives the transportation department the ability to raise limits on a case-by-case basis on a particular roadway. The current maximums are 75 miles per hour on limited-access highways, and 65 on four-lane highways outside urban areas. Supporters say the bill would just allow for more wiggle room. 3 3 0-58-13 Adding fuel to the debate is a new national study to be released next week that will paint Florida as having some of the weakest traffic laws in the nation. If passed, the law would take effect July 1st.