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BILL S1547-2011: Requires all-way stop signs erected at all intersections immediately surrounding a public or private school in a city with a population of 1 million or more
BILL S1528-2011: Relates to providing free fare on metropolitan transportation authority transit systems
BILL S1523-2011: Relates to non-divisible load permits
BILL S1506-2011: Designates state route 218, in the county of Orange, as the "General David H. Petraeus Highway"
BILL S1551A-2011: Establishes the "New York state organ donor awareness and education act"
BILL S1536-2011: Establishes the crime of operating a vehicle while fatigued
Establishes the crime of operating a vehicle while fatigued; relates to vehicular assault and vehicular manslaughter by including within the definition of such crimes the operation of a vehicle while fatigued where the result of such operation is serious physical injury or death to another person. / Sponsor: STAVISKY Committee: TRANSPORTATION
BILL S792-2011: Relates to farm tractors and self propelled machines used primarily for agricultural purposes
BILL S1507-2011: Requires department of transportation to defer to town board requests for speed limit, signage and signal changes where safety is at issue
BILL S853-2011: Directs the commissioner of motor vehicles to establish a distinctive Lucille Ball plate
BILL S7481-2011: Establishes demonstration program to enforce maximum speed limits by means of speed limit photo devices in city of New York
Authorizes the city of New York to establish a demonstration program imposing liability on owners of motor vehicles found to be in violation of the maximum speed limit or the maximum school speed limit of the city through the use of a speed limit photo device which combines speed sensing technology which determines the speed of a vehicle and captures/records that date by photographic, microphotographic, video tape or other recording system and produces an image of a motor vehicle at the moment that it exceeds the speed limit; provides for the expiration of this demonstration program five years after the effective date. / Sponsor: LANZA Committee: TRANSPORTATION
BILL S7577A-2011: Relates to leaving the scene of an incident without reporting
BILL S4528-2011: Creates the New York city transit authority safety advisory panel to study and report on safety from terrorist acts
Creates the New York city transit authority safety advisory panel to study and report on safety from terrorist acts and to provide a moratorium on the closing of token booths and minimum staffing levels on trains operated in passenger service in the NYC transit system. / Sponsor: GOLDEN Committee: TRANSPORTATION
BILL S3099A-2011: Relates to increasing the penalties for passing a stopped school bus
BILL S4062-2011: Makes the owner of a vehicle used to pass or overtake a stopped school bus jointly liable with the operator thereof when violation is on camera or observed
Makes the owner of a vehicle used to pass or overtake a stopped school bus jointly liable with the operator thereof when such violation is captured on a camera or observed by a school bus driver; authorizes the use of photographic evidence in the prosecution of such infraction; includes within the class A misdemeanor of assault in the third degree, the causation of physical injury to another person while passing or overtaking a stopped school bus; includes within the class E felony of criminally negligent homicide, the causation of death to another person while passing or overtaking a stopped school bus. / Sponsor: YOUNG Committee: TRANSPORTATION
BILL S2192A-2011: Prohibits leaving a child under the age of eight unattended in a motor vehicle
Provides that where a person responsible for the welfare of a child under the age of eight leaves such child inside a motor vehicle without the supervision of a person who is at least twelve years of age, under conditions which knowingly or recklessly present a significant risk to the health or safety of such child, such person shall be guilty of an infraction. / Sponsor: SALAND Committee: TRANSPORTATION
BILL S3318-2011: Relates to the definition of all terrain vehicle or "ATV"
BILL S7656A-2011: Designates a portion of the state highway system as the "Adirondack Coast Wine Trail"
BILL S7644-2011: Authorizes the department of environmental conservation to establish certain speed limits
BILL S7288-2011: Relates to the operation of rowboats, canoes and kayaks
BILL S7657-2011: Directs the department of transportation to keep open the high-occupancy vehicle lane on certain areas of I-278 for twenty-four hour periods
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