The state Senate on Thursday approved a nine-bill package of measures meant to bolster stretch limousine safety in New York following a crash last October that killed 20 people in Schoharie.

But it is not clear if all the bills will be taken up in the Assembly by the end of the legislative session on June 19.

The bills approved Thursday include new seatbelt requirements, a requirement that limousine drivers have commercial drivers licenses, taking limos off the road if they are found defective, increased penalties for U-turns, and new requirements for insurance coverage.

“The legislation passed by the Senate Majority will help prevent future tragedies and builds on the new regulations for limousine operators that were passed in this year’s budget,” Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins said. “I want to recognize the families who have suffered due to limousine accidents and who found the strength to advocate for stronger protections to save other families from sharing their grief going forward. The Senate Majority is committed to making communities safer and I commend Chair of the Senate Transportation Committee, Senator Tim Kennedy, and the bill sponsors for advancing these important reforms.”

Assembly Transportation Committee Chairman Bill Magnarelli in an interview said he expects some of the bills will be considered by the Assembly this month; he was unsure which ones, however.

“I think there will be a number of the bills taken up,” he said. “We’re looking at all of them at the present time and I’m hopeful a few will be passed in our house as well as the Senate.”