New Jersey A4135 – Concerns use of digital parking meters to monitor parking compliance; establishes fund to encourage designated drivers
Concerns use of digital parking meters to monitor parking compliance; establishes fund to encourage designated driversFull Bill Text
UPDATE January 31, 2020: The bill was automatically tabled by the end of the 2019 legislative session.
UPDATE August 23, 2019: Absolute veto, received in the Assembly.
Assembly Bill 4135 was introduced on June 11, 2018. It passed an Assembly vote on January 31, 2019 by a 55 to 20 count. The bill, which substituted for Senate Bill 2579, passed a Senate vote 23 to 12 on June 20, 2019. It has been sent on to the governor’s office.
The NMA opposes A4135, which would make parking enforcement more efficient at revenue collection, particularly with less tolerance for overtime parking. A critical missing area of concern is with data privacy. Provisions are needed for system deletion of license plate data when no violation occurs, and for prohibiting the use of personal identifiable data from violations or from other images captured by the cameras.