SB 960: Driving in the Furthermost Left-hand Lane of a Roadway
GENERAL BILL by Perry
Driving in the Furthermost Left-hand Lane of a Roadway; Prohibiting a driver from continuously operating a motor vehicle in the furthermost left-hand lane of certain roadways, except under certain circumstances; providing applicability; providing a penalty, etc.
Last Action: 3/14/2022 Senate - Died in Transportation
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
Date Chamber Action 11/17/2021 Senate • Filed
11/30/2021 Senate • Referred to Transportation; Community Affairs; Rules -SJ 65
1/11/2022 Senate • Introduced -SJ 65
3/12/2022 Senate • Indefinitely postponed and withdrawn from consideration
3/14/2022 Senate • Died in Transportation
SB 960, Original Filed Version (Current Bill Version) Posted 11/17/2021 at 1:33 PM
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF Analyses: None
Related Bills (1)
Bill Number Subject Filed By Relationship Last Action and Location Track Bills H 647 Driving in the Furthermost Left-hand Lane of a Roadway Persons-Mulicka Identical Last Action: 3/14/2022 H Died in Tourism, Infrastructure & Energy Subcommittee
Citations - Statutes (1)
Citation Catchline Location in Bill Location In Bill Help 316.081 Driving on right side of roadway; exceptions. Page 1 (pdf)
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