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Meeting Name: Committee on Transportation Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 7/22/2019 2:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: 250 Broadway - Committee Rm, 16th Fl.
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Int 0084-2018 *Chaim M. Deutsch Proposed Int. No. 84-ASummer school calendars and clarifying the enforcement of parking regulations near schools.IntroductionIt is currently difficult for members of the public to discern whether a school is in session, especially over the summer, for the purpose of parking regulations that are only in effect on school days. This proposed law would require the Department of Education and the Department of Transportation to post on their websites information on when public schools, including charter schools, are in session.Hearing Held by Committee  Action details Not available
Int 0084-2018 *Chaim M. Deutsch  Summer school calendars and clarifying the enforcement of parking regulations near schools.IntroductionIt is currently difficult for members of the public to discern whether a school is in session, especially over the summer, for the purpose of parking regulations that are only in effect on school days. This proposed law would require the Department of Education and the Department of Transportation to post on their websites information on when public schools, including charter schools, are in session.Amendment Proposed by Comm  Action details Not available
Int 0084-2018 *Chaim M. Deutsch  Summer school calendars and clarifying the enforcement of parking regulations near schools.IntroductionIt is currently difficult for members of the public to discern whether a school is in session, especially over the summer, for the purpose of parking regulations that are only in effect on school days. This proposed law would require the Department of Education and the Department of Transportation to post on their websites information on when public schools, including charter schools, are in session.Amended by Committee  Action details Not available
Int 0084-2018 AChaim M. Deutsch  Summer school calendars and clarifying the enforcement of parking regulations near schools.IntroductionIt is currently difficult for members of the public to discern whether a school is in session, especially over the summer, for the purpose of parking regulations that are only in effect on school days. This proposed law would require the Department of Education and the Department of Transportation to post on their websites information on when public schools, including charter schools, are in session.Approved by CommitteePass Action details Not available
Int 0570-2018 *Mark Treyger Proposed Int. No. 570-AIllegible parking signs.IntroductionThis bill would create an affirmative defense to parking violations issued to motorists who inadvertently park their cars in spots restricted by illegible parking signs. The defense of illegibility would protect motorists from unfair sanctions and possibly also serve as an incentive to replace or repair such illegible parking signs. This defense would apply when both sides of the sign are illegible and there are no other legible signs on the same blockface that apply to the same violation at the same parking space.Hearing Held by Committee  Action details Not available
Int 0570-2018 *Mark Treyger  Illegible parking signs.IntroductionThis bill would create an affirmative defense to parking violations issued to motorists who inadvertently park their cars in spots restricted by illegible parking signs. The defense of illegibility would protect motorists from unfair sanctions and possibly also serve as an incentive to replace or repair such illegible parking signs. This defense would apply when both sides of the sign are illegible and there are no other legible signs on the same blockface that apply to the same violation at the same parking space.Amendment Proposed by Comm  Action details Not available
Int 0570-2018 *Mark Treyger  Illegible parking signs.IntroductionThis bill would create an affirmative defense to parking violations issued to motorists who inadvertently park their cars in spots restricted by illegible parking signs. The defense of illegibility would protect motorists from unfair sanctions and possibly also serve as an incentive to replace or repair such illegible parking signs. This defense would apply when both sides of the sign are illegible and there are no other legible signs on the same blockface that apply to the same violation at the same parking space.Amended by Committee  Action details Not available
Int 0570-2018 AMark Treyger  Illegible parking signs.IntroductionThis bill would create an affirmative defense to parking violations issued to motorists who inadvertently park their cars in spots restricted by illegible parking signs. The defense of illegibility would protect motorists from unfair sanctions and possibly also serve as an incentive to replace or repair such illegible parking signs. This defense would apply when both sides of the sign are illegible and there are no other legible signs on the same blockface that apply to the same violation at the same parking space.Approved by CommitteePass Action details Not available
Int 0886-2018 *Rafael L. Espinal, Jr. Proposed Int. No. 886-APilot program for allowing pet harbors to be placed on sidewalks adjacent to commercial establishments.IntroductionThis bill would direct an agency or office designated by the mayor to establish a pilot program for the placement of pet harbors on sidewalks adjacent to commercial establishments. Pet harbors allow pet owners to leave small pets unattended in a safe and enclosed shelter for a short period of time while they enter a commercial establishment. The bill would direct such agency or office designated by the mayor to determine by rule a geographically contiguous area within the borough of Brooklyn that shall constitute the pilot program’s boundaries, and to establish guidelines for the design and use of pet harbors in the pilot program.Hearing Held by Committee  Action details Not available
Int 0886-2018 *Rafael L. Espinal, Jr.  Pilot program for allowing pet harbors to be placed on sidewalks adjacent to commercial establishments.IntroductionThis bill would direct an agency or office designated by the mayor to establish a pilot program for the placement of pet harbors on sidewalks adjacent to commercial establishments. Pet harbors allow pet owners to leave small pets unattended in a safe and enclosed shelter for a short period of time while they enter a commercial establishment. The bill would direct such agency or office designated by the mayor to determine by rule a geographically contiguous area within the borough of Brooklyn that shall constitute the pilot program’s boundaries, and to establish guidelines for the design and use of pet harbors in the pilot program.Amendment Proposed by Comm  Action details Not available
Int 0886-2018 *Rafael L. Espinal, Jr.  Pilot program for allowing pet harbors to be placed on sidewalks adjacent to commercial establishments.IntroductionThis bill would direct an agency or office designated by the mayor to establish a pilot program for the placement of pet harbors on sidewalks adjacent to commercial establishments. Pet harbors allow pet owners to leave small pets unattended in a safe and enclosed shelter for a short period of time while they enter a commercial establishment. The bill would direct such agency or office designated by the mayor to determine by rule a geographically contiguous area within the borough of Brooklyn that shall constitute the pilot program’s boundaries, and to establish guidelines for the design and use of pet harbors in the pilot program.Amended by Committee  Action details Not available
Int 0886-2018 ARafael L. Espinal, Jr.  Pilot program for allowing pet harbors to be placed on sidewalks adjacent to commercial establishments.IntroductionThis bill would direct an agency or office designated by the mayor to establish a pilot program for the placement of pet harbors on sidewalks adjacent to commercial establishments. Pet harbors allow pet owners to leave small pets unattended in a safe and enclosed shelter for a short period of time while they enter a commercial establishment. The bill would direct such agency or office designated by the mayor to determine by rule a geographically contiguous area within the borough of Brooklyn that shall constitute the pilot program’s boundaries, and to establish guidelines for the design and use of pet harbors in the pilot program.Approved by CommitteePass Action details Not available
Int 1457-2019 *Carlos Menchaca Proposed Int. No. 1457-ABicyclists following pedestrian control signals.IntroductionThis bill would establish that bicyclists crossing a roadway at an intersection must follow pedestrian control signals except where otherwise indicated by traffic control devices. However, bicyclists will be required to yield to pedestrians in the crosswalk.Hearing Held by Committee  Action details Not available
Int 1457-2019 *Carlos Menchaca  Bicyclists following pedestrian control signals.IntroductionThis bill would establish that bicyclists crossing a roadway at an intersection must follow pedestrian control signals except where otherwise indicated by traffic control devices. However, bicyclists will be required to yield to pedestrians in the crosswalk.Amendment Proposed by Comm  Action details Not available
Int 1457-2019 *Carlos Menchaca  Bicyclists following pedestrian control signals.IntroductionThis bill would establish that bicyclists crossing a roadway at an intersection must follow pedestrian control signals except where otherwise indicated by traffic control devices. However, bicyclists will be required to yield to pedestrians in the crosswalk.Amended by Committee  Action details Not available
Int 1457-2019 ACarlos Menchaca  Bicyclists following pedestrian control signals.IntroductionThis bill would establish that bicyclists crossing a roadway at an intersection must follow pedestrian control signals except where otherwise indicated by traffic control devices. However, bicyclists will be required to yield to pedestrians in the crosswalk.Approved by CommitteePass Action details Not available