HB4156 S TRAN AM #1
M. Casey - 7988
The Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure moved to amend the bill on page six, section three, line four, after the word “collection” by striking out the remainder of the section and inserting in lieu thereof the following: and enforcement of tolls for the use of roads, highways and bridges may be accomplished by electronic toll collection as provided in this article and in rules promulgated by authority of this article: Provided, That the application of this article should not apply to:
(1) Future highway construction provided for in the Division of Highways' Statewide Transportation Improvement Plan at the time of the enactment of this article; and
(2) Existing toll roads: Provided, That this section may not be construed to prohibit the collection and enforcement of tolls pursuant to article sixteen-a, chapter seventeen of this code.;
On page eleven, section five, line ninety-three, by striking out the words “Authority of” and inserting in lieu thereof the words “the Parkways Authority pursuant to”;
On page fourteen, section six, line thirteen, by striking out the word “rebutable” and inserting in lieu thereof the word “rebuttable”;
On page fifteen, section seven, lines five through nine, by striking out the words “a copy of the rental agreement, lease or other contract document covering that vehicle on the date of the violation, with the name and address of the lessee clearly legible to the Authority and to the court having jurisdiction over the violation.” and inserting in lieu thereof the following: the name and address of the lessee who leased the vehicle on the day of the violation: Provided, That a lessor shall provide a copy of the rental agreement, lease or other contract document covering that vehicle on the date of the violation to the Parkways Authority upon written request for a violation that is in litigation.;
On page twenty, section nine, after line fifty-nine, by adding two new subsections, designated subsections (f) and(g), to read as follows:
(f) All videotapes, photographs, microphotographs, other recorded images, written records, reports or facsimiles prepared pursuant to this article shall be destroyed within sixty days following the conclusion of the action or proceeding.
(g) Nothing in this article authorizes any law-enforcement agency to enter any information in a national database that is contained in videotapes, photographs, microphotographs, other recorded images, written records, reports or facsimiles prepared pursuant to this article.