{meta} Agenda for Traffic and Transport SPC on Wednesday 3rd May, 2017, 3.00 pm

Agenda

Venue: Council Chamber, City Hall, Dame Street, Dublin 2.. View directions

Contact: Stephen Hickey  ext 2528

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Chairperson's business: new sectoral Member, Dublin Cycling Campaign

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Minutes of meeting held on 3rd May, 2017 pdf icon PDF 146 KB

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Letter dated 24th March, 2017, from the Private Secretary to Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport regarding the regulation of rickshaws pdf icon PDF 47 KB

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Letter dated 27th March, 2017, from Mr Hugh Creegan, National Transport Authority, regarding Sandymount/Merrion to Blackrock Corridor Study pdf icon PDF 34 KB

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North and South Quays Traffic Management measures - report on non-statutory consultation pdf icon PDF 2 MB

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Liffey Cycle Route: Option update pdf icon PDF 1 MB

Additional documents:

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Sustainable Delivery pilot - presentation

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Stationless Bike Share Schemes pdf icon PDF 395 KB

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Operation of horse drawn carriages pdf icon PDF 60 KB

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Street name plates pdf icon PDF 417 KB

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Advertising on new pay and display parking meters - verbal report

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Minutes of Cycling and Walking Sub-Committee meeting held on 7th December, 2016 pdf icon PDF 373 KB

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Luas Cross City works (verbal update - Mr Derek Dixon, Project Engineer, Dublin City Council Luas Cross City Liaison Office)

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Motion in the name of Councillor Jane Horgan Jones: "This SPC agrees to amend the parking control bye-laws to allow electric cards to park or free when charging their vehicle"

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Letter dated 16th March, 2017, from South Central Area regarding Emergency Motion agreed at the South Central Area Committee meeting of 15th March, 2017 pdf icon PDF 67 KB

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Motion in the name of Councillor Ciarán Cuffe: "That the Manager provide a contra-flow cycle lane across the railway and Royal Canal at the proposed Broombridge Luas terminus."

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Motion in the name of Councillor Paul Hand: "That Dublin City Council immediately install "armadillo" cycling dividers on DCC cycle lanes as soon as possible to promote cyclists safety and to assist segregating cycling lanes from vehicular traffic."