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ASSEMBLY, No. 3657
STATE OF NEW JERSEY
INTRODUCED JANUARY 6, 2011
1. No bicycle as defined by R.S.39:1-1 shall be operated on the public highways or on public lands of this State unless registered by the owner thereof... he registration fee has been paid, and the bicycle meets all of the requirements of this chapter.
5. Whenever a bicycle for which a registration certificate has been issued has been permanently removed from the State, the owner shall notify the chief administrator in writing within 10 days
Whenever a bicycle for which a registration certificate has been issued has been destroyed, stolen, or whenever its use has been discontinued, the owner shall notify the chief administrator in writing, sign and execute the registration certificate, and return it to the chief administrator within 10 days.
bicycle license plate to be attached to the bicycle by the registrant.
Each plate shall contain a clearly visible license number to be assigned by the chief administrator and shall bear the insignia "BICYCLE" in clear lettering.
Bicycle registrations would be valid for two y ears, and the commission could charge up to $10 as an annual registration fee to defray the costs of the program.
The plan is a part of the administration’s Transportation Opportunities Act, anundated draft of which was obtained this week by Transportation Weekly.
Obama’s proposal seems to follow up on that idea in section 2218 of the draft bill. That section would create, within the Federal Highway Administration, a Surface Transportation Revenue Alternatives Office. It would be tasked with creating a “study framework that defines the functionality of a mileage-based user fee system and other systems.”