Virginia Senate Votes to Allow Electronic Personal Delivery Devices

Published by , February 6, 2017 12:27 pm

(InsideNova)  The Virginia Senate unanimously passed a resolution allowing allow the use of Electronic Personal Delivery Devices, or EPDDs, on sidewalks, crosswalks and shared-use paths throughout Virginia. A similar bill in the House of Delegates, sponsored by Del. Ron Villaneuva, R-Chesapeake, is awaiting a floor vote.
Statewide approval of the devices would be the first of its kind in the United States, legislators and company officials say.

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