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File #: SLR 0005-2019    Version: * Name: Removing caps on automated enforcement cameras for bus lanes in NYC (S.1925-B/ A.6777-B).
Type: SLR Status: Adopted
Committee: Committee on State and Federal Legislation
On agenda: 6/13/2019
Enactment date: Law number:
Title: State Legislation Resolution requesting the New York State Legislature to pass bills introduced by Senators Krueger, Comrie, Gounardes, Hoylman, Liu, Ramos, Skoufis, Stavisky, S.1925-B, and Assembly Members Rozic, Epstein, Ortiz, Reyes, Simon, Gottfried, Glick, De La Rosa, Seawright, Dinowitz, Quart, Mosley, Fernandez, DenDekker, Colton, Carroll, Griffin, Steck, A.6777-B, "AN ACT to amend the vehicle and traffic law, in relation to removing caps on automated enforcement cameras for bus lanes in the city of New York and creating a graduated schedule of fines for repeat offenders and to amend part II of chapter 59 of the laws of 2010, amending the vehicle and traffic law and the public officers law relating to establishing a bus rapid transit demonstration program to restrict the use of bus lanes by means of bus lane photo devices, in relation to the effectiveness thereof".
Sponsors: Andrew Cohen
Council Member Sponsors: 1
Attachments: 1. SLR 5, 2. A. 6777-B, 3. S. 1925-B, 4. Committee Report, 5. Hearing Transcript, 6. Fiscal Impact Statement, 7. June 13, 2019 - Stated Meeting Agenda with Links to Files, 8. Hearing Transcript - Stated Meeting 6-13-19, 9. Minutes of the Recessed Meeting of May 29, 2019 Held on June 13, 2019, 10. Minutes of the Stated Meeting - June 13, 2019, 11. Minutes of the Recessed Meeting of June 13, 2019 Held on June 18, 2019, 12. Minutes of the Recessed Meeting of June 13, 2019 Held on June 19, 2019

Preconsidered State Legislation Resolution No. 5

 

State Legislation Resolution requesting the New York State Legislature to pass bills introduced by Senators Krueger, Comrie, Gounardes, Hoylman, Liu, Ramos, Skoufis, Stavisky, S.1925-B, and Assembly Members Rozic, Epstein, Ortiz, Reyes, Simon, Gottfried, Glick, De La Rosa, Seawright, Dinowitz, Quart, Mosley, Fernandez, DenDekker, Colton, Carroll, Griffin, Steck, A.6777-B, “AN ACT to amend the vehicle and traffic law, in relation to removing caps on automated enforcement cameras for bus lanes in the city of New York and creating a graduated schedule of fines for repeat offenders and to amend part II of chapter 59 of the laws of 2010, amending the vehicle and traffic law and the public officers law relating to establishing a bus rapid transit demonstration program to restrict the use of  bus lanes by means of bus lane photo devices, in relation to the effectiveness thereof”.

 

By Council Member Cohen

 

                     Whereas, Bills have been introduced in the New York State Legislature by Senators Krueger, Comrie, Gounardes, Hoylman, Liu, Ramos, Skoufis, Stavisky, S.1925-B, and Assembly Members Rozic, Epstein, Ortiz, Reyes, Simon, Gottfried, Glick, De La Rosa,  Seawright,  Dinowitz,  Quart,  Mosley,  Fernandez, DenDekker,  Colton,  Carroll, Griffin, Steck, A.6777-B, “AN ACT to amend the vehicle and traffic law, in relation to removing caps on automated enforcement cameras for bus lanes in the city of New York and creating a graduated schedule of fines for  repeat  offenders and  to  amend part II of chapter 59 of the laws of 2010, amending the vehicle and traffic law and the public officers law relating to establishing a bus rapid transit demonstration program to restrict the use of  bus lanes  by means of bus lane photo devices, in relation to the effectiveness thereof”; and

 

Whereas, The enactment of the above State Legislation requires the concurrence of the Council of the City of New York as the local legislative body; now, therefore, be it

 

                     Resolved, That the Council of the City of New York, in accordance with the provisions of Section 2 of Article 9 of the Constitution of the State of New York, does hereby request the New York State Legislature to enact into law the aforesaid pending bills.

 

                     Referred to the Committee on State and Federal Legislation.