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HB 404 (BR 1246) - S. Santoro, M. Hart

     AN ACT relating to commercial parcel delivery.
     Create a new section of KRS Chapter 189 to allow commercial delivery personnel to use golf carts, low-speed vehicles, and utility vehicles for delivery of express mail and packages in residential areas; define "commercial delivery personnel," "residential area," and "utility vehicle"; outline use provisions; outline vehicle requirements; allow vehicles operating under this section to pull a trailer; allow the Transportation Cabinet to promulgate administrative regulations to implement these provisions.


AMENDMENTS

     HCS1 - Retain original provisions; reduce licensed commercial delivery service threshold from at least 10,000 employees to at least 2,500 employees.
     HFA1( J. Jenkins ) - Require vehicles to be enclosed and equipped with a heater.
     HFA2( J. Jenkins ) - Prohibit operation of vehicles during periods of sleet or snow.
     HFA3( J. Jenkins ) - Prohibit the delivery of packages containing pharmaceuticals, hazardous materials, firearms, or ammunition.
     HFA4( J. Kay ) - Require vehicles to be equipped with a yellow oscillating light.
     HFA5( J. Jenkins ) - Require that operators of the vehicles be regular, full-time employees of the package delivery service.
     HFA6( A. Gentry ) - Require that the packages to be delivered are kept in a secured compartment.
     HFA7( J. Wayne ) - Change maximum speed limit of roadways that vehicles may be operated on from 35 miles per hour to 15 miles per hour.
     HFA8( M. Cantrell ) - Require that the local government having jurisdiction over the roadways has enacted an ordinance permitting commercial delivery personnel to operate on the roadways.
     HFA9( J. Donohue ) - Change hours vehicles may be operated from sunrise and sunset to 9 a.m. to 4 p.m..
     HFA10( C. Harris ) - Prohibit the delivery of packages containing pharmaceuticals, hazardous materials, firearms, or ammunition.
     HFA11( T. Moore ) - Reduce licensed commercial delivery service threshold from at least 10,000 employees to at least 2,500 employees.
     HFA12( J. Wayne ) - Change maximum speed limit of roadways that vehicles may be operated on from 35 miles per hour to 15 miles per hour.
     HFA13( M. Cantrell ) - Require that the local government having jurisdiction over the roadways has enacted an ordinance permitting commercial delivery personnel to operate on the roadways.
     HFA14( J. Donohue ) - Change hours vehicles may be operated from sunrise and sunset to 9 a.m. to 4 p.m..
     HFA15( C. Harris ) - Prohibit the delivery of packages containing pharmaceuticals, hazardous materials, firearms, or ammunition.
     SCS1 - Retain original provisions, except remove employee number requirements from the definition of "commercial delivery personnel"; define "local government"; require commercial delivery personnel to comply with administrative regulations promulgated by the Transportation Cabinet; allow a local government to specify by ordinance each roadway that is prohibited for use by vehicles operating under this section and the time period during which commercial delivery personnel may operate; prohibit a local ordinance adopted under this section from assessing fees or setting vehicle equipment requirements; require a commercial delivery service to give at least a 60-day notice to a local government prior to the operation of vehicles under this section on roadways under the local government's jurisdiction; exempt local governments that have adopted an ordinance under KRS 189.286 from the notification requirements of this section.
     SFA1( E. Harris ) - Remove employee number requirements from the definition of "commercial delivery personnel"; define "local government"; require commercial delivery personnel to comply with administrative regulations promulgated by the Transportation Cabinet; allow a local government to specify by ordinance each roadway that is prohibited for use by vehicles operating under this section and the time period during which commercial delivery personnel may operate; prohibit a local ordinance adopted under this section from assessing fees or setting vehicle equipment requirements; require a commercial delivery service to give at least a 60-day notice to a local government prior to the operation of vehicles under this section on roadways under the local government's jurisdiction; exempt local governments that have adopted an ordinance under KRS 189.286 from the notification requirements of this section.
     SFA2( J. Carroll ) - Require that the packages to be delivered be kept in a secured compartment.
     SFA3( J. Carroll ) - Require vehicles to be enclosed and equipped with a heater.
     SFA4( J. Carroll ) - Prohibit operation of vehicles during periods of sleet or snow.
     SFA5( J. Carroll ) - Require vehicles to be equipped with a yellow oscillating light.
     SFA6( J. Carroll ) - Require that operators of the vehicles be regular, full-time employees of the package delivery service.
     SFA7( J. Carroll ) - Prohibit the delivery of packages containing pharmaceuticals, hazardous materials, firearms, or ammunition.
     SFA8( J. Carroll ) - Require that the local government having jurisdiction over the roadways an ordinance permitting commercial delivery personnel to operate on the roadways.
     SFA9( J. Carroll ) - Change maximum speed limit of roadways that vehicles may be operated on from 35 miles per hour to 15 miles per hour.
     SFA10( J. Carroll ) - Change hours vehicles may be operated from sunrise and sunset to 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

     Feb 15, 2017 - introduced in House
     Feb 16, 2017 - to Transportation (H)
     Feb 17, 2017 - posted in committee
     Feb 21, 2017 - reported favorably, 1st reading, to Calendar; floor amendments (1), (2), (3), (4), (5), (6), (7), (8) and (9) filed
     Feb 22, 2017 - 2nd reading, to Rules; posted for passage in the Regular Orders of the Day for Friday, February 24, 2017; floor amendments (10) and (11) filed
     Feb 28, 2017 - taken from the Regular Orders of the Day; recommitted to Veterans, Military Affairs, and Public Protection (H); posted in committee
     Mar 01, 2017 - reported favorably, to Rules with Committee Substitute (1); posted for passage in the Regular Orders of the Day for Wednesday, March 1, 2017; floor amendments (12), (13), (14), and (15) filed to Committee Substitute; 3rd reading, passed 61-36 with Committee Substitute
     Mar 02, 2017 - received in Senate; to Transportation (S)
     Mar 06, 2017 - taken from Transportation (S); 1st reading; returned to Transportation (S)
     Mar 07, 2017 - taken from Transportation (S); 2nd reading; returned to Transportation (S)
     Mar 29, 2017 - taken from Transportation (S); reassigned to State & Local Government (S); reported favorably, to Rules; floor amendments (1), (2), (3), (4), (5), (6), (7), (8), (9) and (10) filed
     Mar 30, 2017 - taken from Rules (S); recommitted to State & Local Government (S); reported favorably, to Rules with Committee Substitute and floor amendments (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) and (10); posted for passage in the Regular Orders of the Day for Thursday, March 30, 2017; 3rd reading; floor amendments (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) and (10) ruled out of order; floor amendments (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) and (10) withdrawn; passed 25-13 with Committee Substitute; received in House; to Rules (H); posted for passage for concurrence in Senate Committee Substitute; House concurred in Senate Committee Substitute; Bill passed 56-34; enrolled, signed by Speaker of the House; enrolled, signed by President of the Senate; delivered to Governor
     Apr 11, 2017 - signed by Governor (Acts, ch. 184)