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NEW YORK FREEDOM RIDER NEWS – 1/21/21 motorcycle related updates

NEW YORK FREEDOM RIDER NEWS – 1/21/22 motorcycle related updates


SB2384: Motorcycles and bicycles; allow to proceed through red light if green light is not triggered.

01/17: Referred To Judiciary, Division B

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MISSOURI -update

HB2123: Modifies provisions relating to auxiliary lighting for motorcycles

1/20/2022: Referred: Transportation

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HB1462: relative to motorcycle learner's permits.

1/20/2022: Committee Report: Ought to Pass 01/18/2022. Vote: 13-0. Consent calendar

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VIRGINIA -updates

HB632/SB180: Exhaust systems; excessive noise. Prohibits any individual from operating a motor vehicle with a gross weight of 6,500 pounds or less with an exhaust system that emits noise in excess of 85 decibels. The bill also allows the governing body of any county, city, or town located within the Northern Virginia Planning District or Richmond Regional Planning District to provide by ordinance that no person shall operate any motor vehicle on a highway or on public or private property within 500 feet of any residential district unless such motor vehicle is equipped with an exhaust system of a type installed as standard equipment, or comparable to that designed for use on that particular vehicle or device as standard factory equipment, in good working order and in constant operation to prevent excessive noise.

01/19/22: Assigned Transportation sub: Subcommittee #3 Highway Safety and Policy

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HB838: Lane filtering; motorcycles. Authorizes the operator of a two-wheeled motorcycle to pass another vehicle that is stopped or traveling at no more than 10 miles per hour in the same lane, provided that there are at least two lanes of travel in each direction, such motorcycle does not exceed a speed of 20 miles per hour, and the operator executes such passing safely.

01/20/22: Assigned Transportation sub: Subcommittee #3 Highway Safety and Policy

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HB1624: Modifying the motorcycle safety education advisory board.

Jan 18: Public hearing in the House Committee on Transportation at 3:30 PM.

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HB1972: Imposing criminal penalties for negligent driving involving the death of a vulnerable user victim.

Jan 28: Scheduled for public hearing in the House Committee on Public Safety at 10:00 AM

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Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety, AHAS
2022 Roadmap of State Highway Safety Laws

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New Poll on Roadway Safety:
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