Chief Sponsor: Walt Brooks

Senate Sponsor: David P. Hinkins


8     General Description:
9          This bill amends provisions of the Traffic Code to allow lane filtering by a motorcycle.
10     Highlighted Provisions:
11          This bill:
12          ▸     defines lane filtering;
13          ▸     allows lane filtering if a motorcycle is overtaking a vehicle that is stopped in the
14     same lane of travel and there are two or more adjacent traffic lanes in the same
15     direction of travel;
16          ▸     provides a sunset of provisions related to lane filtering, subject to review; and
17          ▸     makes technical changes.
18     Money Appropriated in this Bill:
19          None
20     Other Special Clauses:
21          None
22     Utah Code Sections Affected:
23     AMENDS:
24          41-6a-102, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2018, Chapters 166 and 205
25          41-6a-704, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2015, Chapter 412
26          41-6a-710, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2015, Chapter 412
27          63I-1-241, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2015, Chapter 109

29     Be it enacted by the Legislature of the state of Utah:
30          Section 1. Section 41-6a-102 is amended to read:
31          41-6a-102. Definitions.
32          As used in this chapter:
33          (1) "Alley" means a street or highway intended to provide access to the rear or side of
34     lots or buildings in urban districts and not intended for through vehicular traffic.
35          (2) "All-terrain type I vehicle" means the same as that term is defined in Section
36     41-22-2.
37          (3) "Authorized emergency vehicle" includes:
38          (a) fire department vehicles;
39          (b) police vehicles;
40          (c) ambulances; and
41          (d) other publicly or privately owned vehicles as designated by the commissioner of the
42     Department of Public Safety.
43          (4) "Autocycle" means the same as that term is defined in Section 53-3-102.
44          (5) (a) "Bicycle" means a wheeled vehicle:
45          (i) propelled by human power by feet or hands acting upon pedals or cranks;
46          (ii) with a seat or saddle designed for the use of the operator;
47          (iii) designed to be operated on the ground; and
48          (iv) whose wheels are not less than 14 inches in diameter.
49          (b) "Bicycle" includes an electric assisted bicycle.
50          (c) "Bicycle" does not include scooters and similar devices.
51          (6) (a) "Bus" means a motor vehicle:
52          (i) designed for carrying more than 15 passengers and used for the transportation of
53     persons; or
54          (ii) designed and used for the transportation of persons for compensation.
55          (b) "Bus" does not include a taxicab.

56          (7) (a) "Circular intersection" means an intersection that has an island, generally
57     circular in design, located in the center of the intersection where traffic passes to the right of
58     the island.
59          (b) "Circular intersection" includes:
60          (i) roundabouts;
61          (ii) rotaries; and
62          (iii) traffic circles.
63          (8) "Class 1 electric assisted bicycle" means an electric assisted bicycle described in
64     Subsection (17)(d)(i).
65          (9) "Class 2 electric assisted bicycle" means an electric assisted bicycle described in
66     Subsection (17)(d)(ii).
67          (10) "Class 3 electric assisted bicycle" means an electric assisted bicycle described in
68     Subsection (17)(d)(iii).
69          (11) "Commissioner" means the commissioner of the Department of Public Safety.
70          (12) "Controlled-access highway" means a highway, street, or roadway:
71          (a) designed primarily for through traffic; and
72          (b) to or from which owners or occupants of abutting lands and other persons have no
73     legal right of access, except at points as determined by the highway authority having
74     jurisdiction over the highway, street, or roadway.
75          (13) "Crosswalk" means:
76          (a) that part of a roadway at an intersection included within the connections of the
77     lateral lines of the sidewalks on opposite sides of the highway measured from:
78          (i) (A) the curbs; or
79          (B) in the absence of curbs, from the edges of the traversable roadway; and
80          (ii) in the absence of a sidewalk on one side of the roadway, that part of a roadway
81     included within the extension of the lateral lines of the existing sidewalk at right angles to the
82     centerline; or

83          (b) any portion of a roadway at an intersection or elsewhere distinctly indicated for
84     pedestrian crossing by lines or other markings on the surface.
85          (14) "Department" means the Department of Public Safety.
86          (15) "Direct supervision" means oversight at a distance within which:
87          (a) visual contact is maintained; and
88          (b) advice and assistance can be given and received.
89          (16) "Divided highway" means a highway divided into two or more roadways by:
90          (a) an unpaved intervening space;
91          (b) a physical barrier; or
92          (c) a clearly indicated dividing section constructed to impede vehicular traffic.
93          (17) "Electric assisted bicycle" means a bicycle with an electric motor that:
94          (a) has a power output of not more than 750 watts;
95          (b) has fully operable pedals on permanently affixed cranks;
96          (c) is fully operable as a bicycle without the use of the electric motor; and
97          (d) is one of the following:
98          (i) an electric assisted bicycle equipped with a motor or electronics that:
99          (A) provides assistance only when the rider is pedaling; and
100          (B) ceases to provide assistance when the bicycle reaches the speed of 20 miles per
101     hour;
102          (ii) an electric assisted bicycle equipped with a motor or electronics that:
103          (A) may be used exclusively to propel the bicycle; and
104          (B) is not capable of providing assistance when the bicycle reaches the speed of 20
105     miles per hour; or
106          (iii) an electric assisted bicycle equipped with a motor or electronics that:
107          (A) provides assistance only when the rider is pedaling;
108          (B) ceases to provide assistance when the bicycle reaches the speed of 28 miles per
109     hour; and

110          (C) is equipped with a speedometer.
111          (18) (a) "Electric personal assistive mobility device" means a self-balancing device
112     with:
113          (i) two nontandem wheels in contact with the ground;
114          (ii) a system capable of steering and stopping the unit under typical operating
115     conditions;
116          (iii) an electric propulsion system with average power of one horsepower or 750 watts;
117          (iv) a maximum speed capacity on a paved, level surface of 12.5 miles per hour; and
118          (v) a deck design for a person to stand while operating the device.
119          (b) "Electric personal assistive mobility device" does not include a wheelchair.
120          (19) "Explosives" means any chemical compound or mechanical mixture commonly
121     used or intended for the purpose of producing an explosion and that contains any oxidizing and
122     combustive units or other ingredients in proportions, quantities, or packing so that an ignition
123     by fire, friction, concussion, percussion, or detonator of any part of the compound or mixture
124     may cause a sudden generation of highly heated gases, and the resultant gaseous pressures are
125     capable of producing destructive effects on contiguous objects or of causing death or serious
126     bodily injury.
127          (20) "Farm tractor" means a motor vehicle designed and used primarily as a farm
128     implement, for drawing plows, mowing machines, and other implements of husbandry.
129          (21) "Flammable liquid" means a liquid that has a flashpoint of 100 degrees F. or less,
130     as determined by a tagliabue or equivalent closed-cup test device.
131          (22) "Freeway" means a controlled-access highway that is part of the interstate system
132     as defined in Section 72-1-102.
133          (23) "Gore area" means the area delineated by two solid white lines that is between a
134     continuing lane of a through roadway and a lane used to enter or exit the continuing lane
135     including similar areas between merging or splitting highways.
136          (24) "Gross weight" means the weight of a vehicle without a load plus the weight of

137     any load on the vehicle.
138          (25) "Highway" means the entire width between property lines of every way or place of
139     any nature when any part of it is open to the use of the public as a matter of right for vehicular
140     travel.
141          (26) "Highway authority" means the same as that term is defined in Section 72-1-102.
142          (27) (a) "Intersection" means the area embraced within the prolongation or connection
143     of the lateral curblines, or, if none, then the lateral boundary lines of the roadways of two or
144     more highways which join one another.
145          (b) Where a highway includes two roadways 30 feet or more apart:
146          (i) every crossing of each roadway of the divided highway by an intersecting highway
147     is a separate intersection; and
148          (ii) if the intersecting highway also includes two roadways 30 feet or more apart, then
149     every crossing of two roadways of the highways is a separate intersection.
150          (c) "Intersection" does not include the junction of an alley with a street or highway.
151          (28) "Island" means an area between traffic lanes or at an intersection for control of
152     vehicle movements or for pedestrian refuge designated by:
153          (a) pavement markings, which may include an area designated by two solid yellow
154     lines surrounding the perimeter of the area;
155          (b) channelizing devices;
156          (c) curbs;
157          (d) pavement edges; or
158          (e) other devices.
159          (29) "Lane filtering" means, when operating a motorcycle other than an autocycle, the
160     act of overtaking and passing another vehicle that is stopped in the same direction of travel in
161     the same lane.
162          [(29)] (30) "Law enforcement agency" means the same as that term is as defined in
163     Section 53-1-102.

164          [(30)] (31) "Limited access highway" means a highway:
165          (a) that is designated specifically for through traffic; and
166          (b) over, from, or to which neither owners nor occupants of abutting lands nor other
167     persons have any right or easement, or have only a limited right or easement of access, light,
168     air, or view.
169          [(31)] (32) "Local highway authority" means the legislative, executive, or governing
170     body of a county, municipal, or other local board or body having authority to enact laws
171     relating to traffic under the constitution and laws of the state.
172          [(32)] (33) (a) "Low-speed vehicle" means a four wheeled electric motor vehicle that:
173          (i) is designed to be operated at speeds of not more than 25 miles per hour; and
174          (ii) has a capacity of not more than four passengers, including the driver.
175          (b) "Low-speed vehicle" does not include a golfcart or an off-highway vehicle.
176          [(33)] (34) "Metal tire" means a tire, the surface of which in contact with the highway
177     is wholly or partly of metal or other hard nonresilient material.
178          [(34)] (35) (a) "Mini-motorcycle" means a motorcycle or motor-driven cycle that has a
179     seat or saddle that is less than 24 inches from the ground as measured on a level surface with
180     properly inflated tires.
181          (b) "Mini-motorcycle" does not include a moped or a motor assisted scooter.
182          (c) "Mini-motorcycle" does not include a motorcycle that is:
183          (i) designed for off-highway use; and
184          (ii) registered as an off-highway vehicle under Section 41-22-3.
185          [(35)] (36) "Mobile home" means:
186          (a) a trailer or semitrailer that is:
187          (i) designed, constructed, and equipped as a dwelling place, living abode, or sleeping
188     place either permanently or temporarily; and
189          (ii) equipped for use as a conveyance on streets and highways; or
190          (b) a trailer or a semitrailer whose chassis and exterior shell is designed and

191     constructed for use as a mobile home, as defined in Subsection [(35)] (36)(a), but that is
192     instead used permanently or temporarily for:
193          (i) the advertising, sale, display, or promotion of merchandise or services; or
194          (ii) any other commercial purpose except the transportation of property for hire or the
195     transportation of property for distribution by a private carrier.
196          [(36)] (37) (a) "Moped" means a motor-driven cycle having:
197          (i) pedals to permit propulsion by human power; and
198          (ii) a motor that:
199          (A) produces not more than two brake horsepower; and
200          (B) is not capable of propelling the cycle at a speed in excess of 30 miles per hour on
201     level ground.
202          (b) If an internal combustion engine is used, the displacement may not exceed 50 cubic
203     centimeters and the moped shall have a power drive system that functions directly or
204     automatically without clutching or shifting by the operator after the drive system is engaged.
205          (c) "Moped" includes a motor assisted scooter.
206          (d) "Moped" does not include an electric assisted bicycle.
207          [(37)] (38) (a) "Motor assisted scooter" means a self-propelled device with:
208          (i) at least two wheels in contact with the ground;
209          (ii) a braking system capable of stopping the unit under typical operating conditions;
210          (iii) a gas or electric motor not exceeding 40 cubic centimeters;
211          (iv) either:
212          (A) a deck design for a person to stand while operating the device; or
213          (B) a deck and seat designed for a person to sit, straddle, or stand while operating the
214     device; and
215          (v) a design for the ability to be propelled by human power alone.
216          (b) "Motor assisted scooter" does not include an electric assisted bicycle.
217          [(38)] (39) (a) "Motor vehicle" means a vehicle that is self-propelled and every vehicle

218     which is propelled by electric power obtained from overhead trolley wires, but not operated
219     upon rails.
220          (b) "Motor vehicle" does not include vehicles moved solely by human power,
221     motorized wheelchairs, an electric personal assistive mobility device, an electric assisted
222     bicycle, or a personal delivery device, as defined in Section 41-6a-1119.
223          [(39)] (40) "Motorcycle" means:
224          (a) a motor vehicle, other than a tractor, having a seat or saddle for the use of the rider
225     and designed to travel with not more than three wheels in contact with the ground; or
226          (b) an autocycle.
227          [(40)] (41) (a) "Motor-driven cycle" means every motorcycle, motor scooter, moped,
228     motor assisted scooter, and every motorized bicycle having:
229          (i) an engine with less than 150 cubic centimeters displacement; or
230          (ii) a motor that produces not more than five horsepower.
231          (b) "Motor-driven cycle" does not include:
232          (i) an electric personal assistive mobility device; or
233          (ii) an electric assisted bicycle.
234          [(41)] (42) "Off-highway implement of husbandry" means the same as that term is
235     defined under Section 41-22-2.
236          [(42)] (43) "Off-highway vehicle" means the same as that term is defined under Section
237     41-22-2.
238          [(43)] (44) "Operator" means a person who is in actual physical control of a vehicle.
239          [(44)] (45) (a) "Park" or "parking" means the standing of a vehicle, whether the vehicle
240     is occupied or not.
241          (b) "Park" or "parking" does not include the standing of a vehicle temporarily for the
242     purpose of and while actually engaged in loading or unloading property or passengers.
243          [(45)] (46) "Peace officer" means a peace officer authorized under Title 53, Chapter 13,
244     Peace Officer Classifications, to direct or regulate traffic or to make arrests for violations of

245     traffic laws.
246          [(46)] (47) "Pedestrian" means a person traveling:
247          (a) on foot; or
248          (b) in a wheelchair.
249          [(47)] (48) "Pedestrian traffic-control signal" means a traffic-control signal used to
250     regulate pedestrians.
251          [(48)] (49) "Person" means every natural person, firm, copartnership, association, or
252     corporation.
253          [(49)] (50) "Pole trailer" means every vehicle without motive power:
254          (a) designed to be drawn by another vehicle and attached to the towing vehicle by
255     means of a reach, or pole, or by being boomed or otherwise secured to the towing vehicle; and
256          (b) that is ordinarily used for transporting long or irregular shaped loads including
257     poles, pipes, or structural members generally capable of sustaining themselves as beams
258     between the supporting connections.
259          [(50)] (51) "Private road or driveway" means every way or place in private ownership
260     and used for vehicular travel by the owner and those having express or implied permission
261     from the owner, but not by other persons.
262          [(51)] (52) "Railroad" means a carrier of persons or property upon cars operated on
263     stationary rails.
264          [(52)] (53) "Railroad sign or signal" means a sign, signal, or device erected by
265     authority of a public body or official or by a railroad and intended to give notice of the presence
266     of railroad tracks or the approach of a railroad train.
267          [(53)] (54) "Railroad train" means a locomotive propelled by any form of energy,
268     coupled with or operated without cars, and operated upon rails.
269          [(54)] (55) "Right-of-way" means the right of one vehicle or pedestrian to proceed in a
270     lawful manner in preference to another vehicle or pedestrian approaching under circumstances
271     of direction, speed, and proximity that give rise to danger of collision unless one grants

272     precedence to the other.
273          [(55)] (56) (a) "Roadway" means that portion of highway improved, designed, or
274     ordinarily used for vehicular travel.
275          (b) "Roadway" does not include the sidewalk, berm, or shoulder, even though any of
276     them are used by persons riding bicycles or other human-powered vehicles.
277          (c) "Roadway" refers to any roadway separately but not to all roadways collectively, if
278     a highway includes two or more separate roadways.
279          [(56)] (57) "Safety zone" means the area or space officially set apart within a roadway
280     for the exclusive use of pedestrians and that is protected, marked, or indicated by adequate
281     signs as to be plainly visible at all times while set apart as a safety zone.
282          [(57)] (58) (a) "School bus" means a motor vehicle that:
283          (i) complies with the color and identification requirements of the most recent edition of
284     "Minimum Standards for School Buses"; and
285          (ii) is used to transport school children to or from school or school activities.
286          (b) "School bus" does not include a vehicle operated by a common carrier in
287     transportation of school children to or from school or school activities.
288          [(58)] (59) (a) "Semitrailer" means a vehicle with or without motive power:
289          (i) designed for carrying persons or property and for being drawn by a motor vehicle;
290     and
291          (ii) constructed so that some part of its weight and that of its load rests on or is carried
292     by another vehicle.
293          (b) "Semitrailer" does not include a pole trailer.
294          [(59)] (60) "Shoulder area" means:
295          (a) that area of the hard-surfaced highway separated from the roadway by a pavement
296     edge line as established in the current approved "Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices";
297     or
298          (b) that portion of the road contiguous to the roadway for accommodation of stopped

299     vehicles, for emergency use, and for lateral support.
300          [(60)] (61) "Sidewalk" means that portion of a street between the curb lines, or the
301     lateral lines of a roadway, and the adjacent property lines intended for the use of pedestrians.
302          [(61)] (62) "Solid rubber tire" means a tire of rubber or other resilient material that
303     does not depend on compressed air for the support of the load.
304          [(62)] (63) "Stand" or "standing" means the temporary halting of a vehicle, whether
305     occupied or not, for the purpose of and while actually engaged in receiving or discharging
306     passengers.
307          [(63)] (64) "Stop" when required means complete cessation from movement.
308          [(64)] (65) "Stop" or "stopping" when prohibited means any halting even momentarily
309     of a vehicle, whether occupied or not, except when:
310          (a) necessary to avoid conflict with other traffic; or
311          (b) in compliance with the directions of a peace officer or traffic-control device.
312          [(65)] (66) "Street-legal all-terrain vehicle" or "street-legal ATV" means an all-terrain
313     type I vehicle, all-terrain type II vehicle, or all-terrain type III vehicle, that is modified to meet
314     the requirements of Section 41-6a-1509 to operate on highways in the state in accordance with
315     Section 41-6a-1509.
316          [(66)] (67) "Traffic" means pedestrians, ridden or herded animals, vehicles, and other
317     conveyances either singly or together while using any highway for the purpose of travel.
318          [(67)] (68) "Traffic signal preemption device" means an instrument or mechanism
319     designed, intended, or used to interfere with the operation or cycle of a traffic-control signal.
320          [(68)] (69) "Traffic-control device" means a sign, signal, marking, or device not
321     inconsistent with this chapter placed or erected by a highway authority for the purpose of
322     regulating, warning, or guiding traffic.
323          [(69)] (70) "Traffic-control signal" means a device, whether manually, electrically, or
324     mechanically operated, by which traffic is alternately directed to stop and permitted to proceed.
325          [(70)] (71) (a) "Trailer" means a vehicle with or without motive power designed for

326     carrying persons or property and for being drawn by a motor vehicle and constructed so that no
327     part of its weight rests upon the towing vehicle.
328          (b) "Trailer" does not include a pole trailer.
329          [(71)] (72) "Truck" means a motor vehicle designed, used, or maintained primarily for
330     the transportation of property.
331          [(72)] (73) "Truck tractor" means a motor vehicle:
332          (a) designed and used primarily for drawing other vehicles; and
333          (b) constructed to carry a part of the weight of the vehicle and load drawn by the truck
334     tractor.
335          [(73)] (74) "Two-way left turn lane" means a lane:
336          (a) provided for vehicle operators making left turns in either direction;
337          (b) that is not used for passing, overtaking, or through travel; and
338          (c) that has been indicated by a lane traffic-control device that may include lane
339     markings.
340          [(74)] (75) "Urban district" means the territory contiguous to and including any street,
341     in which structures devoted to business, industry, or dwelling houses are situated at intervals of
342     less than 100 feet, for a distance of a quarter of a mile or more.
343          [(75)] (76) "Vehicle" means a device in, on, or by which a person or property is or may
344     be transported or drawn on a highway, except devices used exclusively on stationary rails or
345     tracks.
346          Section 2. Section 41-6a-704 is amended to read:
347          41-6a-704. Overtaking and passing vehicles proceeding in same direction.
348          (1) (a) On any highway:
349          (i) the operator of a vehicle overtaking another vehicle proceeding in the same
350     direction shall:
351          (A) except as provided under Section 41-6a-705, promptly pass the overtaken vehicle
352     on the left at a safe distance; and

353          (B) enter a right-hand lane or the right side of the roadway only when safely clear of the
354     overtaken vehicle;
355          (ii) the operator of an overtaken vehicle:
356          (A) shall give way to the right in favor of the overtaking vehicle; and
357          (B) may not increase the speed of the vehicle until completely passed by the overtaking
358     vehicle.
359          (b) The exemption from the minimum speed regulations for a vehicle operating on a
360     grade under Section 41-6a-605 does not exempt the vehicle from promptly passing a vehicle as
361     required under Subsection (1)(a)(i)(A).
362          (2) On a highway having more than one lane in the same direction, the operator of a
363     vehicle traveling in the left general purpose lane:
364          (a) shall, upon being overtaken by another vehicle in the same lane, yield to the
365     overtaking vehicle by moving safely to a lane to the right; and
366          (b) may not impede the movement or free flow of traffic in the left general purpose
367     lane.
368          (3) An operator of a vehicle traveling in the left general purpose lane that has a vehicle
369     following directly behind the operator's vehicle at a distance so that less than two seconds
370     elapse before reaching the location of the operator's vehicle when space is available for the
371     operator to yield to the overtaking vehicle by traveling in the right-hand lane is prima facie
372     evidence that the operator is violating Subsection (2).
373          (4) The provisions of Subsection (2) do not apply to an operator of a vehicle traveling
374     in the left general purpose lane when:
375          (a) overtaking and passing another vehicle proceeding in the same direction in
376     accordance with Subsection (1)(a)(i);
377          (b) preparing to turn left or taking a different highway or an exit on the left;
378          (c) responding to emergency conditions;
379          (d) avoiding actual or potential traffic moving onto the highway from an acceleration

380     or merging lane; or
381          (e) following the direction of a traffic-control device that directs the use of a designated
382     lane.
383          (5) An individual may engage in lane filtering only when the following conditions
384     exist:
385          (a) the individual is operating a motorcycle;
386          (b) the individual is on a roadway divided into two or more adjacent traffic lanes in the
387     same direction of travel;
388          (c) the individual is on a roadway with a speed limit of 45 miles per hour or less;
389          (d) the vehicle being overtaken in the same lane is stopped;
390          (e) the motorcycle is traveling at a speed of 15 miles per hour or less; and
391          (f) the movement may be made safely.
392          [(5)] (6) A violation of Subsection [(1) or (2)] (1), (2), or (5) is an infraction.
393          Section 3. Section 41-6a-710 is amended to read:
394          41-6a-710. Roadway divided into marked lanes -- Provisions -- Traffic-control
395     devices.
396          On a roadway divided into two or more clearly marked lanes for traffic the following
397     provisions apply and any violation of this section is an infraction:
398          (1) (a) [A] Except as provided in Subsection (1)(c), a person operating a vehicle:
399          (i) shall keep the vehicle as nearly as practical entirely within a single lane; and
400          (ii) may not move the vehicle from the lane until the operator has reasonably
401     determined the movement can be made safely.
402          (b) A determination under Subsection (1)(a)(ii) is reasonable if a reasonable person
403     acting under the same conditions and having regard for actual and potential hazards then
404     existing would determine that the movement could be made safely.
405          (c) Subsection (1)(a) does not apply to an individual operating a motorcycle engaging
406     in lane filtering as described in Section 41-6a-704.

407          (2) (a) On a roadway divided into three or more lanes and providing for two-way
408     movement of traffic, a person operating a vehicle may not drive in the center lane except:
409          (i) when overtaking and passing another vehicle traveling in the same direction, and
410     when the center lane is:
411          (A) clear of traffic within a safe distance; and
412          (B) not a two-way left turn lane;
413          (ii) in preparation of making or completing a left turn in compliance with Section
414     41-6a-801; or
415          (iii) where the center lane is allocated exclusively to traffic moving in the same
416     direction that the vehicle is proceeding as indicated by traffic-control devices.
417          (b) Notwithstanding Subsection (2)(a)(i) and in accordance with Subsection (1)(a), a
418     person operating a vehicle may drive in a center lane that is a two-way left turn lane if:
419          (i) the center lane is:
420          (A) on a roadway divided into three or more lanes that provides for two-way
421     movement of traffic; and
422          (B) clear of traffic within a safe distance;
423          (ii) there is only one lane of travel in the direction the person operating the vehicle is
424     traveling; and
425          (iii) the person operating the vehicle is overtaking and passing a bicycle or moped that
426     is moving at less than the reasonable speed of traffic that is present.
427          (3) (a) A highway authority may erect traffic-control devices directing specified traffic
428     to use a designated lane or designating those lanes to be used by traffic moving in a particular
429     direction regardless of the center of the roadway.
430          (b) An operator of a vehicle shall obey the directions of a traffic-control device erected
431     under Subsection (3)(a).
432          Section 4. Section 63I-1-241 is amended to read:
433          63I-1-241. Repeal dates, Title 41.

434          (1) The following subsections addressing lane filtering are repealed on July 1, 2022:
435          (a) Subsection 41-6a-102(29);
436          (b) Subsection 41-6a-704(5); and
437          (c) Subsection 41-6a-710(1)(c).
438          (2) Subsection 41-12a-806(5) is repealed on July 1, 2020.