Less than an hour after convening on their last scheduled day of work, House lawmakers adjourned Sine Die and waited for a third round to begin.

The move leaves transportation funding in limbo once again, after House lawmakers failed to gather enough votes to get a last-minute compromise passed Monday. The latest deal would have diverted half of the money destined for the state’s Rainy Day Fund to the State Highway Fund and allowed the Legislative Budget Board to set a minimum balance to ensure the emergency fund wouldn’t get drained.

Speaker Joe Straus confirmed rumors that the governor would call another special session immediately after the current one. Some lawmakers, including Rep. Joe Pickett, said they were hoping for some time in between to come up with a better plan.

On the Senate side, Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst had indicated he had enough votes to get the funding measure passed today. But with no chance of passage in the House, it’s likely the Senate will put and end to the current session as well.

Gov. Perry hasn’t indicated what, if any, other issues he will add to the call.