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support sb1339 now, for vulnerable road users
legislative update #10, feb. 13, 2017
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virginia bicycling federation http://www.vabike.org
about http://www.vabike.org/about-vbf/
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donate/join http://www.vabike.org/join-vbf/
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vision zero http://www.vabike.org/vision-zero/
1 comment http://www.vabike.org/vision-zero/#comments
http://www.waba.org/vision-zero-summit/ http://www.waba.org/vision-zero-summit/
https://smartgrowthamerica.org/program/national-complete-streets-coalition/ https://smartgrowthamerica.org/program/national-complete-streets-coalition/
https://www.unroadsafetyweek.org/en/home https://www.unroadsafetyweek.org/en/home
http://www.bikearlington.com/pages/pal-safety-on-our-streets/virginias-3-foot-passing-law/ http://www.bikearlington.com/pages/pal-safety-on-our-streets/virginias-3-foot-passing-law/
advocate of the year: champe burnley! http://www.vabike.org/advocate-of-the-year-champe-burnley/
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legislative update #15, feb. 21 2017 — hb2023, maintenance funding for bike lanes, passes senate http://www.vabike.org/legislative-update-15-feb-21-2017/
0 comments http://www.vabike.org/legislative-update-15-feb-21-2017/#commentform
hb2023 the maintenance reimbursement bill http://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?ses=171&typ=bil&val=hb2023&submit=go
hb 1514/buddy fowler’s bill http://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?ses=171&typ=bil&val=hb1514
sb 1024 http://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?ses=171&typ=bil&val=sb1024
hb1504 http://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?ses=171&typ=bil&val=sb1504
sb1229 http://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?ses=171&typ=bil&val=sb1229
hb2381/matt fariss’s bill http://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?ses=171&typ=bil&val=hb2381
sb1224/sen. stuart’s recreational access over private property bill http://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?ses=171&typ=bil&val=sb1224
del. villanueva’s hb1606 http://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?ses=171&typ=bil&val=hb1606
bike-related bills update 22 february https://fabb-bikes.blogspot.com/2017/02/bike-related-bills-update-22-february.html
legislative update #11, feb. 15, 2017 http://www.vabike.org/legislative-update-11-feb-15-2017/
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hb2023/maintenance reimbursement https://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?ses=171&typ=bil&val=hb2023
hb2016/electric personal delivery devices https://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?ses=171&typ=bil&val=hb2016
hb1606/use of handheld communication devices https://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?ses=171&typ=bil&val=hb1606
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his vulnerable user bill http://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?171+sum+sb1339
your senator http://whosmy.virginiageneralassembly.gov/
support sb1339 now, for vulnerable road users http://www.vabike.org/support-sb1339-now-for-vulnerable-road-users/
@vabike https://twitter.com/vabike
0 comments http://www.vabike.org/support-sb1339-now-for-vulnerable-road-users/#commentform
we reported http://www.vabike.org/legislative-update-10-feb-13-2017/
sb1339 https://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?ses=171&typ=bil&val=sb1339
on this committee http://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?171+com+h8
the dan hersh case in virginia beach http://pilotonline.com/news/no-charges-filed-in-crash-that-killed-virginia-beach-bicyclist/article_7d9ce98c-b16f-54a2-a67d-9b074bcf398c.html
sb1339 https://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?ses=171&typ=bil&val=sb1339
your delegate http://whosmy.virginiageneralassembly.gov/
house courts of justice committee http://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?171+com+h8
legislative update #10, feb. 13, 2017 http://www.vabike.org/legislative-update-10-feb-13-2017/
0 comments http://www.vabike.org/legislative-update-10-feb-13-2017/#commentform
sb 1338 https://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?ses=171&typ=bil&val=sb1338
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sb 1024 https://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?ses=171&typ=bil&val=sb1024
legislative update #9, feb. 8, 2017 http://www.vabike.org/legislative-update-9-feb-8-2017/
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15 other members of house transportation http://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?171+com+h19
virginiageneralassembly.gov http://virginiageneralassembly.gov
legislative update #8, feb. 2, 2017 http://www.vabike.org/legislative-update-8-feb-2-2017/
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hb 1633 http://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?ses=171&typ=bil&val=hb1633
legislative update #7, jan. 31, 2017 — sb1339 due care http://www.vabike.org/legislative-update-jan-31-2017/
@vabike https://twitter.com/vabike
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senate bill 1229 http://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?ses=171&typ=bil&val=sb1229
sb 1024 http://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?ses=171&typ=bil&val=sb1024
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sb 1207 http://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?ses=171&typ=bil&val=sb1207
hb 2021 http://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?ses=171&typ=bil&val=hb2021
sb1339/ vulnerable road user bill is moving! http://www.vabike.org/sb1339-vulnerable-road-user-bill-is-moving/
0 comments http://www.vabike.org/sb1339-vulnerable-road-user-bill-is-moving/#commentform
sb1339 http://lis.virginia.gov/cgi-bin/legp604.exe?171+sum+sb1339
“who’s my legislator” http://whosmy.virginiageneralassembly.gov/
previous posts http://www.vabike.org/page/2/
2016 legislative wrap-up: dooring bill passes, bike lane bill fails http://www.vabike.org/2016-wrap-up-dooring-bill-passes-bike-lane-bill-fails/
entire virginia capital trail now appears in google maps http://www.vabike.org/entire-virginia-capital-trail-in-google-maps/
roll-on service begins on amtrak’s capitol limited; also to richmond for the cycling world champs http://www.vabike.org/roll-on-service-begins-on-amtraks-capitol-limited/
new “bike smart” psas for richmond http://www.vabike.org/bike-smart-psas-richmond/
the barbara pinter memorial fund http://www.vabike.org/the-barbara-pinter-memorial-fund/
new safety posters available — “light up the night” & “don’t be color blind” http://www.vabike.org/new-safety-posters-available/
new va east coast greenway guide published http://www.vabike.org/new-va-east-coast-greenway-guide-published/
guaranteed camping for touring cyclists at virginia state parks http://www.vabike.org/guaranteed-camping-touring-cyclists-virginia-state-parks/
the virginia mountain bike trail — 480 miles along the appalachians http://www.vabike.org/the-virginia-mountain-bike-trail/
bicycling scofflaws: are you one? http://www.vabike.org/bicycling-scofflaws-are-you-one/
fhwa releases new separated bike lane planning & design guide http://www.vabike.org/fhwa-releases-new-separated-bike-lane-planning-design-guide/
fabb’s new guide for reviewing bicycling facilities in road projects http://www.vabike.org/guide-for-reviewing-bicycling-facilities/
10 mistakes that can derail your bike injury case http://www.vabike.org/10-mistakes-that-can-derail-your-bike-injury-case/
how any town can become bike friendly http://www.vabike.org/boulder-bike-story/
a guide to transportation planning in virginia http://www.vabike.org/guide-to-transportation-planning-in-virginia/
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dangerous dogs — what cyclists should do http://www.vabike.org/dangerous-dogs-campaign/
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virginia bicycling federation ≡ menu about members & affiliates donate/join contact donate vision zero rick holt april 20, 2017 1 comment i always find it interesting when talking to people about traffic crashes and fatalities, they seem to be resigned to the fact that there will always be carnage on our roads. but if you ask them how many traffic fatalities would be acceptable in their own family the answer is always zero. so why do we have this big disconnect in accepting the status quo for traffic deaths? when a plane, or train, crashes there is high visibility coverage, and much discussion about why it happened. however, when one of the more than 110 people in the u.s. die each day on our roadways, there is very little response from the media. to make matters worse, in 2016 the number of people killed on our roads spiked upward, with a disproportionate effect on people walking and biking. have we decided that it is just part of the cost of mobility, a cost that has resulted in an estimated 2 million walking, biking and driving deaths in the u.s. from 1945 to 2015, or are we willing to make changes? vision zero is a program to reduce the number of traffic deaths and severe injuries to zero. is this a worthwhile goal? a lot of people think so, and already cities elsewhere have saved numerous lives as they get closer and closer to the goal. watch this video and decide for yourself how many traffic deaths are acceptable. the washington area bicyclists association hosted the dc vision zero summit on friday, march 31. dc has a goal of zero traffic deaths by 2024 and they have made great strides in moving towards achieving their goal. vision zero dc is a collaborative effort with transportation, health, police, advocacy groups, government officials, and community members working together to reduce crashes that result in fatalities and severe injuries. mayor bowser emphasized during her presentation that this has to be a regional effort. this makes sense as the population of dc doubles during the workday with many people driving from suburbs to the city for work. the epidemic of deaths from traffic crashes is a public health issue. greg billings from waba opened up the summit and was followed by dr. sarani from gwu hospital, center for trauma and critical care, dr. yang from aaa foundation, and emiko atherton, director of the national complete streets coalition. emiko’s presentation resonated with me in that the design of our streets is critical to reducing death and injury. the national complete streets coalition dangerous by design 2016 effort takes a closer look at the alarming epidemic of people walking getting killed in traffic crashes on our streets. the study includes a socio-economic analysis of the people who are most at risk, and for the first time also ranks states by their danger to pedestrians. having been hit by a car while riding my bike, having spent time in a trauma ward, and then several months recovering, i know firsthand how an unsafe transportation network effects health. i was happy to see a number of health professionals in attendance and speaking at the summit. it is critical going forward that transportation engineers and planners work with public health officials to design livable communities with sustainable transportation options. the panel session discussions included opportunities for cross-jurisdictional cooperation vision zero and high risk users public health case studies vision zero and public health human impacts of traffic fatalities vision zero and enforcement winning over the public to vision zero infrastructure: designing safe streets driver training and accountability http://www.waba.org/vision-zero-summit/ for my part, i would like to see better infrastructure design that provides safe access for all, but especially people walking and biking. speed limits need to be lowered so that when humans make mistakes vulnerable roads users do not have to suffer the consequences. road design needs to take in account human behavior and create safer space for all.  the automotive industry and the technology industry need to work together to install devices in vehicles to reduce the increasing issues of distracted and drunk driving. stakeholders need to be included in the community planning process.  people of color, and older adults, are over represented among pedestrian deaths, and as such should have a larger voice in the conversation. the best solution might be to get more people out of cars. using active transportation and transit is much safer than driving, and better for your health. what are some of the ways that you can start making a difference? talk to your elected officials about infrastructure design focused on reducing road user conflict, making it safer for people to walk and bike, https://smartgrowthamerica.org/program/national-complete-streets-coalition/ take the world health organization pledge to slow down while you are driving, https://www.unroadsafetyweek.org/en/home check out virginia’s driving laws to catch up on recent changes, such as the three foot passing law, http://www.bikearlington.com/pages/pal-safety-on-our-streets/virginias-3-foot-passing-law/ the media and government agencies need to stop victim-blaming vulnerable road users. people walk and biking have a right to navigate the transportation network safely. every type of traveler makes mistakes. people walk out into traffic while texting. drivers text while driving, drive drunk, or speed. bicyclists run stop signs. we need to design our roads for the most vulnerable users as people walking or biking are not surrounded by a 3,000 lb steel personal pod with air bags. remember that everyone is traveling to their destination outside of a car at some point in time during their travels. the important distinction is which kind of traveler has the biggest potential to kill & maim. and that our roads are designed such that mistakes like texting & driving can kill. vision zero, or zero traffic deaths, is a goal that we should all want to achieve. americans need to make it personal, and make the choice to slow down and yield to life. no one wants one of their family members, or wishes it on any other family, to be killed in a traffic crash. if transportation professionals, public health professionals and government officials work towards designing and building safe infrastructure, and  people use our roads with the perspective that everyone will be missed by someone, we can work towards achievement of the goal to make it safe for everyone using our transportation network. (thank you to rachel ruhlen, fionnuala quinn and rob delach for their input and edit support) advocate of the year: champe burnley! rachel march 13, 2017 0 comments our president, champe burnley, was in for a surprise last week when he attended the national bike summit in washington, d.c. the league of american bicyclists named him the advocate of the year. according to the league, “this award goes to a leader of a bicycling and/or walking advocacy organization who has shown tireless commitment to promoting bicycling and walking in his/her state/community. this person goes above and beyond the call of duty to transform his/her state/community into a great place for biking and walking. his or her time, knowledge, creativity, and commitment are the highest standard of excellence exemplifying a role model for peers.” that describes champe, who has devoted countless hours to promote bicycling in virginia. this is not the first time the virginia bicycling federation has been honored. in 2009, lloyd j. “bud” vye received advocate of the year recognition. the virginia bicycling federation is the only organization with two advocacy of the year recipients!    legislative update #15, feb. 21 2017 — hb2023, maintenance funding for bike lanes, passes senate budvye february 22, 2017 0 comments final passage today on several bills that now will go to the governor for his signature before this week is out — after being passed by for the day monday on the senate floor for patron delegate ron villanueva & sen. bill desteph (both from va beach) to get some more information on what hb2023 the maintenance reimbursement bill does, and doesn’t, do… the bill was heard today and passed unanimously. similarly, hb 1514/buddy fowler’s bill that would exempt md’s and other health practitioners from civil liability if they reported a patient to dmv who they felt had a condition that would make them an unsafe driver cleared the senate today by a 37-3 vote. an identical senate bill, sb 1024, carried by sen. siobhan dunnavant had its second reading on the house floor today and probably will get final passage tomorrow. it’s noted as having been amended at a late stage, and i haven’t yet seen the amendmentt, but will eventually, to see if it has been appreciably changed. fowler’s bill, hb1504, which increases the field of horizontal (peripheral) vision a new applicant for a driver’s license must pass a test at dmv for from 100 to 110 degrees, has cleared all its hurdles and has already been signed by the governor to take effect on 7/1, with dunnavant’s similar sb1229 one step behind it and still awaiting the governor’s signature. these bills all have been instigated by dr. edwin wortham (carrie wortham’s father) in an attempt to remove drivers with poor vision (such as the one that hit and killed his daughter) from the highways of the state, and represent small steps in that direction. hb2381/matt fariss’s bill that inserts language in the dangerous dog registry code that states a dog “will not be considered dangerous if the injury inflicted consists solely of a single nip or bite that results only in a scratch, abrasion, or other minor injury.” seems kind of unnecessary to me, but the animal protection officers feel it is necessary since they have been getting some frivolous complaints for incidents that are far less serious than the original intent of the code which is to register and confine dogs which have “bitten, attacked , or inflicted injury upon a person, or companion animal”. sb1224/sen. stuart’s recreational access over private property bill that he carried at the request of the state dept. of conservation & recreation got final passage in the house yesterday and now goes to the governor. the only thing it changes is to provide that “any action against the commonwealth shall be subject to the provisions of the virginia tort claims act ” and i have no clue what that means. having worked hard about a decade ago to get the original bill passed, which gives the landowner (including the railroads) immunity from suits when they permit recreational users to cross their property to bike, hike, hunt, put in on a river to paddle, etc. we were concerned that this bill did not dilute that immunity which is critical to getting permission to get to many activities. it does not reduce that immunity, so we have no problem with it, and maybe some lawyer can look at it and tell me what it does for the state. lastly, del. villanueva’s hb1606 restricting handheld communication device usage in a work zone (which was the only cell phone restricting bill still alive that drive smart virginia was working for) made it all the way around to the senate floor and looked like it was going to get final passage when some of the senators who are lawyers realized that it contained a penalty for the infraction. since their rules require such a bill to go through their courts of justice committee before passage (and this one had not) they referred it back to courts. the only problem was that courts had already met for the last time this session so it will not be heard until next session. we thought at first that this might be a dirty trick way to kill the bill, but apparently just a disappointing procedural mistake that someone didn’t spot in time that they could have sent it on its proper course. maybe next year! see also: bike-related bills update 22 february (fairfax advocates for better bicycling) legislative update #11, feb. 15, 2017 budvye february 16, 2017 0 comments hb2023 reports unanimously bills in senate trans & house courts criminal sub at the same time, so champe stayed in senate trans while i went to house courts. house was running longer than senate, so senate trans began with committee present and no patrons from the house, and since courts was not convening i went back to senate trans. chairman carrico called a number of bills he must have considered non-controversial and had them voted on (all passed unanimously) without the patrons present (the first time i had ever seen this done). the house still in session,and still no patrons present, so he recessed the meeting for almost an hour. resuming at 3:05, the chair noted that both the house and senate had to reconvene at 4:30, so bills would be heard until then. i then went back to house courts which convened at 3:10 (leaving champe in senate trans), chairman rob bell also noting that he could hear bills only until 4:30 when the committee members would have to leave since the house was reconvening. he must have known that the first bill would be one of the most controversial, since he heard sb 1563 w/sen. stanley first. this bill apparently is key to the criminal trial system in this state, where now prosecutors do not share the evidence, and witnesses to be called, with the defense attorneys ahead of time, leading some to call virginia’s system “trial by ambush”. a stream of about 15 witnesses from various defense attorneys groups, public safety secretary moran, and groups representing defendant’s rights all spoke in favor of the bill which would require “mandatory disclosure of exculpatory information”. this was followed by the recognition of about 15 commonwealth’s attorneys in attendance, as well as reps from the attorney general’s office, and state police, all of whom were opposed, primarily fearing that such disclosure would end up on social media, and endanger both defendants and witnesses. after about 40 minutes, the billed was tabled (killed) and followed by two more, only slightly less controversial. as 4:30 was nearing, and surovell’s sb1339 was next up, chairman bell noted as he called a recess that it would have to wait since both the committee members and patrons had to get back to their reconvening chambers. not exactly bike/ped stuff, but some important bills being heard here (which we may see reported on in tomorrow’s paper) and i thought i’d share my observations with you. just then, champe came in and informed me that all of del. villanueva’s bills had been reported, hb2023/maintenance reimbursement & hb2016/electric personal delivery devices may operate on sidewalks & shared use paths unanimously, while hb1606/use of handheld communication devices banned in work zones passed by 9-4. hb1606 reports, 9-4 since he had to get his car out of its parking lot, i excused him and told him i would stick it out to try to help sen. surovell with his vulnerable user bill. after killing time for about 1 1/2 hours, everyone involved trickled back into the room, less a number of the spectators who had been there before we recessed. noting that he still had 19 bills to hear, chairman bell called our sb1339 at 6:15. sen. surovell did a nice job of presenting it and i was the only one to speak on it, with no questions from the committee, and waynesboro commonwealth’s attorney ledbetter not present to speak against it, i could sense that sen. bell and the republican side of the committee were in no mood to pass any bills tonite, as the motion to table promptly was made and passed on a voice vote, which i believed was on party lines. not wishing to stay for any of the 18 remaining bills, as interesting as they are to a non-lawyer like me (which i will be surprised if any pass) i thanked scott surovell (he still had two more bills on the docket) for an excellent effort, and headed home at 6:30. everyone please take this opportunity to contact your senator to urge them to support del. villanueva’s 3 bills (listed above) that they will be seeing very shortly on the senate floor. i don’t sense that they will have any trouble, but nothing is certain down here until the bills are all the way to the finish line. thanks to everyone that took the trouble to make your contacts! we did make a little progress this session as we do seem to be inching forward in our efforts to combat the distracted driving problem, while the maintenance reimbursement bill will be helpful to a number of jurisdictions. support sb1339 now, for vulnerable road users admin february 14, 2017 @vabike 0 comments as we reported on monday, sb1339, the vulnerable road user bill, has been referred to house courts of justice committee, which meets again this wednesday. if your delegate is on this committee, please contact them and ask them to support sb1339. why do we need to pass this bill? without having committed another offense, such as running a red light or a stop sign, or being under the influence of alcohol or drugs, drivers who are not paying attention and hit a cyclist are often not charged with anything, even when it results in serious injury or death. the dan hersh case in virginia beach is a good example: “hersh, an avid cyclist on his sunday morning ride, was apparently following traffic laws by pedaling east in the right travel lane – not the turn lane – on shore drive near starfish road in the early light shortly before 6 a.m., when a ford explorer struck him from behind. he was wearing a helmet and a bright yellow windbreaker with reflective strips, bryant said. “in terms of his safety equipment, there certainly was no fault on his part,” he said. the driver of the explorer told police she never saw hersh, and authorities found no evidence to support potential charges to allege that she hit him willfully or through negligent or reckless driving, bryant said.” sb1339 would make it a ticketable offense to drive in a careless or distracted manner that results in injury to a vulnerable road user, such as a cyclist or pedestrian. if your delegate is on the house courts of justice committee, please contact them now — before wednesday’s meeting — and ask them to support sb1339. please forward this to your bike club mailing lists, and share it in social media. legislative update #10, feb. 13, 2017 budvye february 13, 2017 0 comments first up on the docket in house transportation subcommittee 1 at 7:02 this morning was sen. scott surovell and his bills. sb 1338, to prevent motor vehicles from passing another motor vehicle while driving in a bike lane, received a full discussion before being voted down 4 -3 with plum, ward, & lemunyon voting to report, while rich anderson surprisingly joined garrett, adams, and pilion in voting against. sb 1339, the vulnerable road user bill, was then heard. even more discussion on this one, as the subcommittee members seemed to agree that the absence of any charge beneath reckless driving when a motorist hits a pedestrian or cyclist was an omission in the code that needs to be addressed. the only opposition to the bill was expressed by commonwealth’s atty david ledbetter from waynesboro, representing the ca’s assn. this week, who felt that such an incident clearly warranted a reckless driving charge, and that a new level of lesser infraction was unnecessary. despite his testimony, the subcomm felt that the bill should receive further consideration so it was unanimously voted to refer it to the courts committee, which meets m, w, & f a half hr. after house adjournment. sen. surovell feels that it might be heard on wednesday, but i will be surprised if it is not assigned to their criminal subcomm which meets on mondays after adjournment. we’ll see how it is handled, but in any case contacts to members of the house courts committee are now in order. in the richmond area this would be loupassi and newly elected jeff bourne, who replaces jennifer mcclellan. also on wednesday, although no docket is yet posted, we expect to see villanueva’s hb 2023/ maintenance reimbursement for travel lanes converted to bike lanes & hb 1806/ no handheld communication devices in work zones bills in senate transportation, where constituent contacts to their senators are in order (which would be chase & mcclellan in the richmond area). buddy fowler’s two house bills aimed at getting unsafe drivers off the road are closing in on the finish line, as hb 1504, increasing the field of vision requirement for new driver’s license applicants is on the senate floor awaiting final passage, while sen. dunnavant’s identical sb 1229 is on the house floor in about the same status. the two identical bills providing immunity from civil liability for health professionals who report patients with conditions that make them unsafe drivers are taking a little longer route, as fowler’s hb 1514 was referred to courts committee in the senate and then re-referred to education & health, which next meets on thursday a.m.; dunnavant’s sb 1024 was sent to the courts committee and then to its civil subcomm, which meets this afternoon. legislative update #9, feb. 8, 2017 budvye february 9, 2017 0 comments a fairly lengthy docket in senate transportation today, which started at a later than expected 1:45. a number of the non-controversial bills were quickly reported unanimously, or passed by til next week at the request of the patron, which narrowed the list considerably. buddy fowler’s hb1504, to strengthen the vision test slightly for driver’s license applicants, sailed through on a 12-0 vote and now goes to the senate floor. his hb1514, to provide immunity from civil suits to medical personnel who report patients to dmv who have conditions they feel will make them unsafe drivers, was referred from the courts of justice committee to the education and health committee which meets on thursday a.m. dunnavant’s two similar senate bills are taking a different and slower route, but at some point soon i expect they will be conformed with fowler’s bills, where the surviving bills should continue to sail right through. i was disappointed that the bills carried by del. villanueva that we were interested in were passed by for the day at the request of the patron. this means that we should see them on the docket at senate trans next wednesday after adjournment, so we will come back again to support — hb 1606 prohibiting the use of handheld communication devices in work zones, & hb2023 the maintenance reimbursement bill. i was afraid at first that there might be some problem with 2023, but i was assured by both sen. desteph and del. villanueva’s aide that the bill is in good shape with the only problem being that del. villanueva had to be in two places at the same time and chose to go to the other meeting and carry these and several other bills over. that left champe & me free to go and visit the members of house trans subcomm 1, where sen. surovell’s two bills, sb 1338 no passing by motor vehicles in a bike lane, and sb1339, the due care for vulnerable users, will be heard at our least favorite time of 7 a.m. next monday. getting enough copies of each bill from the bill room, we made the rounds and contacted all six members of the subcomm or their aides, asking their support on monday. we did not bother to visit del. scott garrett, the subcomm chair, who has yet to ever vote for one of our bike & pedestrian safety bills, so we are not expecting him to do so this time. anyone, particularly constituents, are urged to contact the other subcomm members — anderson, lemunyon, adams (from martinsville), pillion (the dentist from abingdon, who trained at vcu), plum & ward and ask their support. in case my prediction of a 4-3 win in this subcomm comes to pass, we should also contact any of the 15 other members of house transportation since it probably would be heard by the full committee the very next day, on tuesday morning. particularly helpful would be contacts to the northern va delegates — hugo, minchew, dudenhefer, larock, filler-corn, & plum; hampton roads delegates villanueva, glenn davis, yancey, and raba types can help by contacting betsy carr, delores mcquinn, and lamont bagby, who comprise the only richmond area representation on this committee. as i’ve mentioned earlier, all of every legislator’s contact information can be found on the virginiageneralassembly.gov website so let’s make some contacts. we’re actually quite close to having a very productive session, so help us push these bills over the top. legislative update #8, feb. 2, 2017 budvye february 2, 2017 0 comments sb1339 surovell’s bill making it a traffic infraction with a penalty of not more than a $250 fine “for a motor vehicle to travel in a bicycle lane to pass or attempt to pass another vehicle” cleared the senate by a 22 – 18 vote (with sturtevant voting against, but indicating later that his intent was to vote for, which would have made the vote 23 – 17). all the d’s were joined by r’s desteph, reeves, & vogel in supporting the bill, which now will cross over to the senate next week. note, if you want to print this bill it is 6 pages, with all the changes on pg. 1 and right at the end on pg.6 in the richmond area, raba members should note that chase, dunnavant, & mcdougle continue to vote against the bicycle safety bills. at yesterday morning’s house agriculture committee meeting, hb 2381 fariss’ bill to amend the dangerous dog registry section of the code passed unanimously and is now on the house floor. the bill was carried at the request of the animal control officer’s assn. who apparently felt they were getting too many frivolous complaints and requests to have dogs placed on the registry. although some are concerned about these changes, i don’t see a serious problem in inserting “a canine is not a dangerous dog …………..if upon investigation ……….. by ………. finds that the injury inflicted ……… consists solely of a single nip or bite resulting only in a scratch, abrasion, or other minor injury. the key statement still remains at the top of the code section that a dangerous dog is one that has bitten, attacked, or inflicted injury upon, a person, as it was originally crafted back in 2005. the animal control officer, then, and still, has to make a determination of what constitutes “attacked” and i’ve had the discussion with several animal control officers that chasing, and running at or after, a cyclist does not; while knocking over, or getting under, a bike, causing it and the rider to fall and be injured, without the rider being bitten, does. i have shared the current bill’s amendments with lt. sears of the henrico animal control group and am awaiting his comments. this bill probably will easily clear the house floor and we will catch it at its first stop in the senate to make our comments, and perhaps get the “knocking over a bicycle” language inserted while they are spelling out the definition of “attacked” . yesterday afternoon, anderson’s hb1834 distracted driving was listed at the very top of a very long docket in house courts criminal subcommittee for a half hour after adjournment, which usually means about 1:45. the house floor ran very long, so that this subcomm didn’t convene until almost 3:30 at which time del. anderson was tied up in another committee meeting. several bills were heard and at 4:45 when del. anderson still hadn’t arrived, i had to leave and so wasn’t there to hear the bill discussed. eventually, it apparently had del. minchew’s similar hb 2435 use of handheld personal communication devices bill incorporated with it, was amended to “allow the use of the phone” and then was unanimously reported out where it will be heard in the full house courts committee friday afternoon at a half hour after adjournment (which on a friday should be around 1:30). i haven’t been able to see the amended language yet, but fear that it will greatly water down the bill (although drivesmart’s janet brooking thinks it is a slight improvement over what we presently have, even tho watered down). we’ll probably see what it looks like later today, and i expect that it will have no problem clearing the committee tomorrow. this is a disappointment, but hopefully a slight movement in the right direction. as we approach crossover next week, it appears that all of the bills we have been following are still alive in one form or another, except sb 1223 bicycling while intoxicated; sb 860 use of handheld personal comm. devices while driving; and hb 1633 vulnerable road user which have fallen by the wayside. as we get closer, i will report a list of the “still alive” bills, and when and where we should expect to see them, and what contacts need to be made.. legislative update #7, jan. 31, 2017 — sb1339 due care admin february 1, 2017 @vabike 0 comments sb 1339, surovell’s due care bill, passed the senate today on a 21-19 vote, with all 19 democrats voting for it, and two republicans joining them (bill desteph of virginia beach, who is a cyclist and a solid supporter of our bills, and dave suetterlein of roanoke who had voted for the bill in the senate transportation committee, along with desteph) to put the bill over the top. hb 1633 sullivan’s identical due care bill was tabled yesterday in the house courts criminal subcomm, as del. todd gilbert stated that he thought del. anderson’s distracted driving bill would be sufficient to cover this situation. now we wait to see to which committee this sb 1339 will be assigned as it crosses over to the house, next wednesday, 2/8. although the bill will have a difficult assignment in the much more heavily republican house, it is encouraging to see it clear the senate and i’m thankful to all the raba members who took the trouble to express their support to their senators, even though all of our area r’s (chase, dunnavant, mcdougle, & sturtevant) voted against the bill, and those who had contacted them requesting their support may want to express their disappointment at their vote. on the other hand, those who had contacted sen. mcclellan may want to thank her for her support. although it is not showing up on the legislative website as i write this, i am told that del. rich anderson’s hb 1834 distracted driving bill that i had discussed at length in my last update, will be brought out with its revised language tomorrow afternoon in house courts criminal law subcommittee. if i am to believe del. todd gilbert (which i do), this bill should be solidly approved in this subcomm, and should also clear the full courts committee, hitting the house floor before the end of the week. i’m looking forward to seeing what the bill looks like in its revised form, as it could prove to be a big change in this state’s law banning the use of handheld personal communications devices by drivers. hb 1504 fowler’s stricter vision testing by dmv passed the house unanimously, while dunnavant’s identical senate bill 1229 appears to be stepping aside to let fowler’s bill go forward alone. on the other hand, dunnavant’s sb 1024 civil immunity for health practitioners who report a patient to dmv with a condition that will make them an unsafe driver has cleared the senate, while fowler’s identical hb 1514 is still alive on the house floor. three of villanueva’s bills seem to be clearing the house & crossing over — hb 2023 maintenance reimbursement for bike lanes; hb 1606 no use of handheld phones in a work zone; hb 2016 electric personal delivery devices may operate on sidewalks and shared use paths (although desteph’s identical sb 1207 is two steps ahead of hb2016), but hb 2021 va beach’s unused right of way for the light mail may be used for various public transportation projects (such as a trail) seems to be stuck in the house transportation committee for three weeks now, which does not look good. sb1339/ vulnerable road user bill is moving! rachel january 30, 2017 0 comments update:  sb1339 was passed by the full senate, 21-19. this bill has now made it to the senate floor and it is time to contact your senator and ask them to support it. how to contact your state senator: visit “who’s my legislator”. here is a sample letter you can use: please vote for sb 1339 careless driving (surovell) on the senate floor. as amended in the senate transportation committee, sb 1339 would establish a simple traffic infraction, with no suspension of a drivers license, when a “person who operates a motor vehicle in a careless or distracted manner…is the proximate cause of serious physical injury to a vulnerable road user, defined in the bill as a pedestrian or person riding a bicycle, electric wheelchair, electric bicycle, wheelchair, skateboard, skates, foot-scooter, animal, or animal-drawn vehicle.” virginia is one of only four states (with ma, sd, and wi) that does not statutorily require drivers to exercise due care at all times to avoid colliding with a pedestrian or bicyclist. while sb 1339 would be applicable only when a driver’s carelessness has caused a serious injury, it’s still better than what virginia has today. previous posts get updates by email don’t miss a thing! legislative updates, action alerts, the latest news… search this site featured articles 2016 legislative wrap-up: dooring bill passes, bike lane bill fails entire virginia capital trail now appears in google maps roll-on service begins on amtrak’s capitol limited; also to richmond for the cycling world champs new “bike smart” psas for richmond the barbara 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