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Meeting Name: Committee on Transportation Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 7/19/2017 11:30 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: 250 Broadway - Committee Rm, 16th Fl.
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Attachments: Attachments - Int. No. 671-A, Attachments - Int. No. 1234-A, Attachments - Int. No. 1646-A
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Int 0671-2015 *Paul A. Vallone Proposed Int. No. 671-APedestrian countdown displays at intersections adjacent to schools and parks.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Transportation (“DOT”), no later than three years after the effective date of the local law, to survey all intersections with traffic control signals that are adjacent to a school (defined as providing full-time instruction to at least 250 students) or park (defined as equal to or greater than one acre and including a playground or active recreational or athletic amenity) and do not currently have pedestrian countdown displays for the purpose of determining whether pedestrian countdown displays should be installed at such intersections. The bill would require DOT to install pedestrian countdown displays at all intersections that the department determines should have such displays within two years of the completion of the survey.Hearing Held by Committee  Action details Not available
Int 0671-2015 *Paul A. Vallone  Pedestrian countdown displays at intersections adjacent to schools and parks.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Transportation (“DOT”), no later than three years after the effective date of the local law, to survey all intersections with traffic control signals that are adjacent to a school (defined as providing full-time instruction to at least 250 students) or park (defined as equal to or greater than one acre and including a playground or active recreational or athletic amenity) and do not currently have pedestrian countdown displays for the purpose of determining whether pedestrian countdown displays should be installed at such intersections. The bill would require DOT to install pedestrian countdown displays at all intersections that the department determines should have such displays within two years of the completion of the survey.Amendment Proposed by Comm  Action details Not available
Int 0671-2015 *Paul A. Vallone  Pedestrian countdown displays at intersections adjacent to schools and parks.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Transportation (“DOT”), no later than three years after the effective date of the local law, to survey all intersections with traffic control signals that are adjacent to a school (defined as providing full-time instruction to at least 250 students) or park (defined as equal to or greater than one acre and including a playground or active recreational or athletic amenity) and do not currently have pedestrian countdown displays for the purpose of determining whether pedestrian countdown displays should be installed at such intersections. The bill would require DOT to install pedestrian countdown displays at all intersections that the department determines should have such displays within two years of the completion of the survey.Amended by Committee  Action details Not available
Int 0671-2015 APaul A. Vallone  Pedestrian countdown displays at intersections adjacent to schools and parks.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Transportation (“DOT”), no later than three years after the effective date of the local law, to survey all intersections with traffic control signals that are adjacent to a school (defined as providing full-time instruction to at least 250 students) or park (defined as equal to or greater than one acre and including a playground or active recreational or athletic amenity) and do not currently have pedestrian countdown displays for the purpose of determining whether pedestrian countdown displays should be installed at such intersections. The bill would require DOT to install pedestrian countdown displays at all intersections that the department determines should have such displays within two years of the completion of the survey.Approved by CommitteePass Action details Not available
Int 1234-2016 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr. Proposed Int. No. 1234-ANotifying council members and community boards of muni-meter installations.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Transportation (“DOT”) to provide notice to affected council members and community boards of the installation of new muni-meters covering at least four contiguous blockfaces prior to such installation. The bill would also allow affected council members and community boards to submit recommendations and/or comments to DOT about the notice, and would require DOT to review recommendations and/or comments prior to the installation. Community boards would also be allowed to request a presentation on the installation.Hearing Held by Committee  Action details Not available
Int 1234-2016 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Notifying council members and community boards of muni-meter installations.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Transportation (“DOT”) to provide notice to affected council members and community boards of the installation of new muni-meters covering at least four contiguous blockfaces prior to such installation. The bill would also allow affected council members and community boards to submit recommendations and/or comments to DOT about the notice, and would require DOT to review recommendations and/or comments prior to the installation. Community boards would also be allowed to request a presentation on the installation.Amendment Proposed by Comm  Action details Not available
Int 1234-2016 *Rafael Salamanca, Jr.  Notifying council members and community boards of muni-meter installations.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Transportation (“DOT”) to provide notice to affected council members and community boards of the installation of new muni-meters covering at least four contiguous blockfaces prior to such installation. The bill would also allow affected council members and community boards to submit recommendations and/or comments to DOT about the notice, and would require DOT to review recommendations and/or comments prior to the installation. Community boards would also be allowed to request a presentation on the installation.Amended by Committee  Action details Not available
Int 1234-2016 ARafael Salamanca, Jr.  Notifying council members and community boards of muni-meter installations.IntroductionThis bill would require the Department of Transportation (“DOT”) to provide notice to affected council members and community boards of the installation of new muni-meters covering at least four contiguous blockfaces prior to such installation. The bill would also allow affected council members and community boards to submit recommendations and/or comments to DOT about the notice, and would require DOT to review recommendations and/or comments prior to the installation. Community boards would also be allowed to request a presentation on the installation.Approved by CommitteePass Action details Not available
Int 1646-2017 *Ydanis A. Rodriguez Proposed Int. No. 1646-AGratuity for for-hire vehicles.IntroductionThis bill would require for-hire vehicle bases to provide a means to allow passengers to provide drivers with a tip (gratuity) using the same method of payment passengers use to pay for the fare. This bill would also require that if a for-hire vehicle base allows passengers to book and pay for a trip through a website, smartphone application, or any other passenger-facing booking tool, such website, smartphone application, or passenger-facing booking tool must provide passengers with preset tip options that include at least one option that is at least 20% of the fare, and would permit passengers to manually enter another tip amount or percentage at their discretion. A for-hire vehicle base would be required to remit to the driver the entirety of anything designated as a tip. Finally, the bill would impose a civil penalty of not less than $250 and up to $500 for each violation.Hearing Held by Committee  Action details Not available
Int 1646-2017 *Ydanis A. Rodriguez  Gratuity for for-hire vehicles.IntroductionThis bill would require for-hire vehicle bases to provide a means to allow passengers to provide drivers with a tip (gratuity) using the same method of payment passengers use to pay for the fare. This bill would also require that if a for-hire vehicle base allows passengers to book and pay for a trip through a website, smartphone application, or any other passenger-facing booking tool, such website, smartphone application, or passenger-facing booking tool must provide passengers with preset tip options that include at least one option that is at least 20% of the fare, and would permit passengers to manually enter another tip amount or percentage at their discretion. A for-hire vehicle base would be required to remit to the driver the entirety of anything designated as a tip. Finally, the bill would impose a civil penalty of not less than $250 and up to $500 for each violation.Amendment Proposed by Comm  Action details Not available
Int 1646-2017 *Ydanis A. Rodriguez  Gratuity for for-hire vehicles.IntroductionThis bill would require for-hire vehicle bases to provide a means to allow passengers to provide drivers with a tip (gratuity) using the same method of payment passengers use to pay for the fare. This bill would also require that if a for-hire vehicle base allows passengers to book and pay for a trip through a website, smartphone application, or any other passenger-facing booking tool, such website, smartphone application, or passenger-facing booking tool must provide passengers with preset tip options that include at least one option that is at least 20% of the fare, and would permit passengers to manually enter another tip amount or percentage at their discretion. A for-hire vehicle base would be required to remit to the driver the entirety of anything designated as a tip. Finally, the bill would impose a civil penalty of not less than $250 and up to $500 for each violation.Amended by Committee  Action details Not available
Int 1646-2017 AYdanis A. Rodriguez  Gratuity for for-hire vehicles.IntroductionThis bill would require for-hire vehicle bases to provide a means to allow passengers to provide drivers with a tip (gratuity) using the same method of payment passengers use to pay for the fare. This bill would also require that if a for-hire vehicle base allows passengers to book and pay for a trip through a website, smartphone application, or any other passenger-facing booking tool, such website, smartphone application, or passenger-facing booking tool must provide passengers with preset tip options that include at least one option that is at least 20% of the fare, and would permit passengers to manually enter another tip amount or percentage at their discretion. A for-hire vehicle base would be required to remit to the driver the entirety of anything designated as a tip. Finally, the bill would impose a civil penalty of not less than $250 and up to $500 for each violation.Approved by CommitteePass Action details Not available