{meta} Agenda for Traffic and Transport SPC on Wednesday 27th September, 2017, 8.15 am

Agenda

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

Contact: Stephen Hickey  ext 2528

Items
No. Item

1.

Minutes of meeting held on 28th June, 2017 pdf icon PDF 137 KB

2.

BusConnects - presentation by Ms Anne Graham, Chief Executive Officer, National Transport Authority

3.

Update on Car Club operation - presentation by Go Car

4.

Update on Dublin City Centre Transport Study including College Green - presentation by Mr Brendan O'Brien, Acting Executive Manager (Traffic)

5.

Liffey Cycle Route Options 7 and 8 - verbal update

6.

Luas Cross City - presentation by Mr Derek Dixon, Project Engineer, DCC Luas Cross City Liaison Office

7.

Draft Dublin City Council Control of Stationless On-Street Bicycle Hire Bye Laws 2017 - report on public consultation and Draft Bye-Laws pdf icon PDF 78 KB

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8.

Dublin City Council Cycle Count May 2016 and May 2017 pdf icon PDF 1 MB

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9.

Review of EU General Safety and Pedestrian Protection Regulation - Joint Cities Declaration on enhancing EU road safety law pdf icon PDF 455 KB

10.

Minutes of Cycling and Walking Sub-Committee meeting held on 31st May, 2017 pdf icon PDF 219 KB

11.

Letter dated 26th April, 2017, from the South Central Area Committee regarding Motion pdf icon PDF 36 KB

12.

Motion in the name of Councillor Dermot Lacey (deferred from Transportation SPC meeting of 28th June, 2017): This Committee requests an overall examination of cycle lane routes junctions to provide dedicated traffic lights for cyclists and provide filter arrows for drivers preventing them from turn left or right with the appropriate signal when cyclists are crossing the side road.

13.

Motion in the name of Councillor Ciarán O'Moore: That the City Council change its policy of not providing double yellow lines on corners simply because existing legislation already provides that cars are not allowed to park 5m from the corner. There should be exceptions considered for areas with no traffic warden to enforce the rules, where parking on certain corners is constant, and where a potential hazard is sufficient to justify the installing of double yellow lines. With no Garda resources available and no traffic wardens in most areas it is not possible to monitor parking on corners. The current policy plays a part in failing to prevent dangerous parking offences. Supplying double yellow lines is a visual aid that acts as a deterrent to offenders.

14.

Motion in the name of Councillor Ciarán Cuffe: That the Manager prepare a report on options for how the City Council might provide for the charging of electric vehicles owned by residents in terraced houses or apartments who are unable to charge their vehicles at home, and for how the City Council might further support electric vehicles such as the provision of charging both on street and in other locations, and other regulatory options available to us that would favour this form of transport with lower emissions than conventionally fuelled cars.