HB 202

  • Delaware House Bill
  • 150th General Assembly (2019-2020)
  • Introduced in House Jun 11, 2019
  • Passed House Jun 30, 2019
  • Passed Senate Jan 21, 2020
  • Signed by Governor May 01, 2020

An Act To Amend Title 14 Of The Delaware Code Relating To The Red Clay Consolidated School District Bus Safety Camera Pilot Program.

Abstract

This bill creates a pilot program for the Red Clay School District to utilize external camera systems on their school buses to catch motorists that illegally pass school buses and to punish these motorists by issuing them a civil penalty. The purpose of this bill is to protect children as they are in the process of boarding and exiting the school bus and to spread awareness of school bus traffic safety. At least 16 states have implemented similar legislation, including Pennsylvania in 2018. As Red Clay School District already has these cameras in operation, this program grants the authority to begin issuing violations to motorist that illegally pass school buses in their district.

Bill Sponsors (28)

John "Jack" Walsh

     
Primary

Trey Paradee

     
Cosponsor

Laura V. Sturgeon

     
Cosponsor

Votes


Jan 21, 2020

Jun 30, 2019

Actions


May 01, 2020

Office of the Governor

Signed by Governor

Jan 21, 2020

Senate

Lifted From Table in Senate

Senate

Passed By Senate. Votes: 19 YES 1 NO 1 ABSENT

Jul 01, 2019

Senate

Suspension of Rules in Senate

Senate

Laid On Table in Senate

Jun 30, 2019

House

Amendment HA 1 to HB 202 - Passed In House by Voice Vote

House

Passed By House. Votes: 41 YES

Jun 25, 2019

House

Amendment HA 1 to HB 202 - Introduced and Placed With Bill

Jun 19, 2019

House

Reported Out of Committee (Education) in House with 10 On Its Merits

  • Committee-Passage
Education

Jun 11, 2019

House

Introduced and Assigned to Education Committee in House

  • Introduction
  • Referral-Committee
Education

Bill Text

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HA 1 to HB 202 PDF HTML
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