- District 78
Provides that a person delivery device may operate in Indiana under certain circumstances, but may not operate on portions of any state route, U.S. route, or interstate highway comprising the state highway system located in a municipality. Requires a personal delivery device operator to maintain certain levels of insurance coverage. Provides that a personal delivery device is exempt from motor vehicle licensing and registration requirements. Provides that a political subdivision may participate in the regulation of personal delivery devices. Provides that local governments shall not be required to make or pay for infrastructure improvements for the purpose of better accommodating personal delivery devices. Provides that a political subdivision may not enact or enforce an ordinance or resolution relating to: (1) the design, manufacture, maintenance, certification, licensing, registration, taxation, assessment, or insurance of a personal delivery device; or (2) the types of property that may be transported by a personal delivery device.
Referred to the Senate
Senate sponsor: Senator Garten
Third reading: passed; Roll Call 37: yeas 95, nays 0
Representative Frye added as coauthor
Second reading: ordered engrossed
Representative Johnson added as coauthor
Committee report: amend do pass, adopted
Authored by Representative Sullivan
First reading: referred to Committee on Roads and Transportation
Coauthored by Representative Pressel
|Bill Text Versions||Format|
|Introduced House Bill (H)|
|House Bill (H)|
|Fiscal Note: HB1072.02.COMH.FN001|
|Fiscal Note: HB1072.02.COMH.FN002|
|Fiscal Note: HB1072.02.COMH.FN003|
|Committee Report: HB1072.01.INTR.CRH001|
|Fiscal Note: HB1072.01.INTR.FN001|
|Committee Amendment: HB1072.01.INTR.AMH04|
|Committee Amendment: HB1072.01.INTR.AMH03|
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