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definition of vulnerable user of a public way

April 17, 2009

75th OREGON LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY–2009 Regular Session

NOTE: Matter within { + braces and plus signs + } in an
amended section is new. Matter within { – braces and minus
signs – } is existing law to be omitted. New sections are within
{ + braces and plus signs + } .

LC 2027

A-Engrossed

House Bill 2554
Ordered by the House April 10
Including House Amendments dated April 10

Sponsored by Representatives SPRENGER, CLEM; Representatives
BENTZ, BERGER, BRUUN, ESQUIVEL, FREEMAN, GARRARD, GILMAN,
HUFFMAN, KAHL, MAURER, OLSON, RICHARDSON, SCHAUFLER, SHIELDS, G SMITH, THATCHER, WEIDNER, WHISNANT, WINGARD, Senators BONAMICI, BOQUIST, GEORGE, GIROD, MORSE

SUMMARY

The following summary is not prepared by the sponsors of the measure and is not a part of the body thereof subject to consideration by the Legislative Assembly. It is an editor’s brief statement of the essential features of the measure.

Modifies definition of ‘vulnerable user of a public way. ‘

A BILL FOR AN ACT
Relating to definition of vulnerable user of a public way;
amending ORS 801.608.
Be It Enacted by the People of the State of Oregon:
SECTION 1. ORS 801.608 is amended to read:
801.608. ‘Vulnerable user of a public way’ means a pedestrian, a highway worker, a person riding an animal or a person operating any of the following on a public way, crosswalk or shoulder of the highway:

(1) A farm tractor or implement of husbandry { – without an enclosed shell – } ;
(2) A skateboard;
(3) Roller skates;
(4) In-line skates;
(5) A scooter; { – or – }
(6) A bicycle { + ; or
(7) A motorcycle + }.
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History:

HB 2554 By Representatives SPRENGER, CLEM; Representatives BENTZ,
BERGER, BRUUN, ESQUIVEL, FREEMAN, GARRARD, GILMAN, HUFFMAN, KAHL, MAURER, OLSON, RICHARDSON, SCHAUFLER, SHIELDS, G SMITH, THATCHER, WEIDNER, WHISNANT, WINGARD, Senators BONAMICI, BOQUIST, GEORGE, GIROD, MORSE — Relating to definition of vulnerable user of a public way.
2-4(H) First reading. Referred to Speaker’s desk.
2-5 Referred to Transportation.

2-18 Work Session held.
2-23 Without recommendation as to passage and be referred to Judiciary.
Referred to Judiciary by order of Speaker.
3-16 Public Hearing held.
4-3 Work Session held.
4-10 Recommendation: Do pass with amendments and be printed A-Engrossed.
4-14 Second reading.
4-15 Rules suspended. Made a Special Order of Business immediately.
Third reading. Carried by Sprenger. Passed.
Ayes, 58; Nays, 2–Greenlick, Kahl.
Vote explanation filed by Kahl.
4-16(S) First reading. Referred to President’s desk.

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