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Meeting Name: Committee on Oversight and Investigations Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 10/26/2021 10:30 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: - REMOTE HEARING (VIRTUAL ROOM 2) -
Jointly with the Committee on Transportation
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T2021-8044 *   Oversight - Rethinking Vision Zero: Stopping Illegal Parking, Reducing Reliance on Vehicles and Improving Pedestrian and Cyclist Safety.Oversight Hearing Held by Committee  Action details Not available
T2021-8044 *   Oversight - Rethinking Vision Zero: Stopping Illegal Parking, Reducing Reliance on Vehicles and Improving Pedestrian and Cyclist Safety.Oversight Filed, by Committee  Action details Not available
Int 0009-2018 *Inez D. Barron  Requiring the installation of traffic control devices at intersections adjacent to schools.IntroductionThis bill would require that by September 30, 2022, the Department of Transportation identifies each intersection immediately adjacent to a school that does not have a traffic control device, such as a stop sign or traffic control signal. No later than September 30, 2024, DOT would have to install a traffic control device at each such intersection. The type of traffic control device installed would be in accordance with the federal Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices and based upon DOT’s engineering expertise and judgment.Hearing Held by Committee  Action details Not available
Int 0009-2018 *Inez D. Barron  Requiring the installation of traffic control devices at intersections adjacent to schools.IntroductionThis bill would require that by September 30, 2022, the Department of Transportation identifies each intersection immediately adjacent to a school that does not have a traffic control device, such as a stop sign or traffic control signal. No later than September 30, 2024, DOT would have to install a traffic control device at each such intersection. The type of traffic control device installed would be in accordance with the federal Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices and based upon DOT’s engineering expertise and judgment.Laid Over by Committee  Action details Not available
Int 2073-2020 *Ben Kallos  Pedestrian crossing guidelines and right of way.IntroductionThis bill would permit pedestrians to legally cross a roadway outside of a marked or unmarked crosswalk as long as pedestrians yield to vehicle traffic and removes civil and criminal penalties for the offense commonly referred to as “jaywalking”.Hearing Held by Committee  Action details Not available
Int 2073-2020 *Ben Kallos  Pedestrian crossing guidelines and right of way.IntroductionThis bill would permit pedestrians to legally cross a roadway outside of a marked or unmarked crosswalk as long as pedestrians yield to vehicle traffic and removes civil and criminal penalties for the offense commonly referred to as “jaywalking”.Laid Over by Committee  Action details Not available
Int 2201-2021 *Carlina Rivera   Allowing motorcyclists to challenge parking violations electronically with photographic evidence.IntroductionThis bill would permit owners and operators of motorcycles to digitally provide photographic evidence that parking was paid for at the time of an alleged parking violation. Such photographic evidence would be submitted to the Department of Finance through their website and serve as an affirmative defense to the alleged violation.Hearing Held by Committee  Action details Not available
Int 2201-2021 *Carlina Rivera   Allowing motorcyclists to challenge parking violations electronically with photographic evidence.IntroductionThis bill would permit owners and operators of motorcycles to digitally provide photographic evidence that parking was paid for at the time of an alleged parking violation. Such photographic evidence would be submitted to the Department of Finance through their website and serve as an affirmative defense to the alleged violation.Laid Over by Committee  Action details Not available
Int 2417-2021 *Robert F. Holden  Prohibiting the sale or distribution of materials that obscure license plates or distort images of license plates.IntroductionThis bill would prohibit the sale or distribution of any materials or substances whose purpose is to conceal or obscure the numbers on license plates or distort a recorded or photographic image of license plates. The penalty for violations would be at least $300 for the first violation and at least $500 for any subsequent violation.Hearing Held by Committee  Action details Not available
Int 2417-2021 *Robert F. Holden  Prohibiting the sale or distribution of materials that obscure license plates or distort images of license plates.IntroductionThis bill would prohibit the sale or distribution of any materials or substances whose purpose is to conceal or obscure the numbers on license plates or distort a recorded or photographic image of license plates. The penalty for violations would be at least $300 for the first violation and at least $500 for any subsequent violation.Laid Over by Committee  Action details Not available
Int 2422-2021 *Ydanis A. Rodriguez  Parking MetersIntroductionThis bill would authorize the use of pay-by-plate parking meters in addition to pay-and-display parking meters. Pay-by-plate parking meters would require a person to enter the vehicle’s license plate to register payment for parking, and would be capable of tracking payment by the vehicle’s license plate, rather than by paper receipt. Before the Department of Transportation (DOT) makes changes to the parking meter rates or replaces a pay-and-display parking meter with a pay-by-plate parking meter, DOT would provide 30-days written notice to the Council Member and Community Board in whose district such change would occur and post such change on the DOT’s website. Additionally, parking time could only be used on the blockface, or street section, for which it was purchased and could not be transferred between blockfaces. This bill would also consolidate existing sections of the Administrative Code related to parking meters into one section.Hearing Held by Committee  Action details Not available
Int 2422-2021 *Ydanis A. Rodriguez  Parking MetersIntroductionThis bill would authorize the use of pay-by-plate parking meters in addition to pay-and-display parking meters. Pay-by-plate parking meters would require a person to enter the vehicle’s license plate to register payment for parking, and would be capable of tracking payment by the vehicle’s license plate, rather than by paper receipt. Before the Department of Transportation (DOT) makes changes to the parking meter rates or replaces a pay-and-display parking meter with a pay-by-plate parking meter, DOT would provide 30-days written notice to the Council Member and Community Board in whose district such change would occur and post such change on the DOT’s website. Additionally, parking time could only be used on the blockface, or street section, for which it was purchased and could not be transferred between blockfaces. This bill would also consolidate existing sections of the Administrative Code related to parking meters into one section.Laid Over by Committee  Action details Not available
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