BTA-HQ joined the legislative blogroll last week! Check out their own legislative update each Monday.
Bikeportland has an article on a cel phone ban for motorists. Also on Bikeportland is an assessment of the status of House Bill 2690, the "Idaho Stop" bill. [see below for update]
Finally, House Bill 2001 appears to be a dummy bill headed for an omnibus gut-n-stuff effort. There's a crazy number of hearings scheduled for it, and I wonder if it will take on much of the content in House Bill 2120, the Governor's Transportation Bill.
Senate Bill 267 - no change
Senate Bill 276 - no change
Senate Bill 291 - no change
Senate Bill 292 - no change
Senate Bill 635 - no change
House Bill 2106 - no change
House Bill 2120 - no change - OLCV is reporting that "The Oregon Home Builders are working hard to strip the transportation package of key planning tools that will provide jobs, lower transportation costs, and empower cities to build stronger, healthier communities."
House Bill 2554 - Passed with amendment to add "person operating a motorcycle" to list of vulnerable roadway users - moved to Senate
House Bill 2681 - no change
House Bill 2690 -
House Bill 2902 - no change
House Bill 2946 - Work Session scheduled for Tuesday, April 28.
House Bill 2971 - no change
House Bill 3008 - no change
House Bill 3137 - no change
House Bill 3164 - no change
House Bill 3399 - Work session scheduled for Thursday, April 23.