AN ACT TO MAKE VARIOUS CHANGES TO THE TRANSPORTATION AND MOTOR VEHICLE LAWS OF THE STATE.
Senate amendment to the 4th edition makes the following changes.
Adds new Section 15.5. Directs the City of Durham or the Department of Transportation, as applicable, to authorize and allow a charter school to use on-street right-of-way for the purpose of temporary motor vehicle stacking or queuing to load or unload students that attend the charter school. Limits the scope of authority to charter schools located in the City of Durham, chartered prior to 2005, which operate more than one campus within the city limits, operate on a year-round school schedule, and are relocating, renovating, or expanding a campus at or to a location within one-half mile of the existing location. Specifies that these provisions do not allow for motor vehicle stacking or queuing that would block driveway access or the movement of through traffic on streets adjacent to the charter school location. Effective December 1, 2021.
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