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California Lane-Splitting Stalls before Senate Vote

California Lane-Splitting Stalls before Senate Vote

Just last May, California seemed set to be the first state in the USA to codify a lane-splitting law. That effort seems to have stalled though, with Assembly Bill 51 being pulled by the bill's authors, after the California State Senate didn't seem to have the same support for the law that the...

Published on July 10 2015, 14:17
Source: www.asphaltandrubber.com
 

As we documented back in January, lane splitting bills were introduced in Oregon, Washington and Montana, with good news incoming for Washingtonians. Senate Bill 5378 passed in the Washington State Senate this February 28th, which is exciting progress for the tired clutch gripping, stop and go,... 

California just moved closer to codifying lane-splitting in its vehicle code, as California Assembly Bill 51 (AB 51) just passed the California State Senate Transportation Committee, with a 11-0 vote. This means that AB 51 now will go before the State Senate Appropriations Committee, before it... 

There is good news for those following California Assembly Bill 51 (AB 51), which would formally codify lane-splitting as legal under the California Vehicle Code and empower state agencies to develop safety guidelines for its practice. That news is that the California State Assembly yesterday... 

Motorcycle.com / Safety / California AB 51 Lane Splitting Bill Unanimously Passes Full Senate Vote We use cookies to improve your experience on this website and so that ads you see online can be tailored to your online browsing interests. We use data about you for a number of purposes explained... 

Riding a motorcycle in California is pure bliss. Motorcyclists benefit from the state's perpetual sunshine, its gold-kissed coasts, and of course lane-splitting for two-wheelers. Lane-splitting in California, from a legal stand-point, is sort of awkward though. There is no law that grants... 

Lane-Splitting. It's the practice of riding a motorcycle between rows of stopped or slow-moving traffic. You probably know that it's been legal in California for many years, but what you may not know is that it's explicitly or implicitly illegal in every other U.S. state. But what about Texas?... 

Press Release: California Assembly Bill 51 would re-affirm the California Highway Patrol's authority to issue lane-splitting guidelines for the state's roadways. This important legislation is now scheduled for a hearing on June 14, 2016, in the Senate Transportation and Housing Committee. The...