{meta} Agenda for Traffic and Transport SPC on Wednesday 22nd November, 2017, 3.00 pm

Agenda

Venue: City Hall, Dublin 2

Contact: Stephen Hickey  Email: stephen.hickey@dublincity.ie

Items
No. Item

1.

Minutes of meeting held on 27th September, 2017 pdf icon PDF 143 KB

2.

Implementation of Public Realm Strategy - presentation by Mr Leslie Moore, City Parks Superintendent

3.

Review of Phases 1 and 2 of new 30 km/h Speed Limit Zones - presentation

4.

Traffic Advisory Group update and Neighbourhood Traffic Schemes Proposals Concept - verbal report with presentation

5.

Draft Dublin City Council Control of On-Street Sustainable Deliveries Eco Hub Bye-Laws 2018 - report and Draft Bye-Laws pdf icon PDF 88 KB

Additional documents:

6.

City Centre projects - verbal update

7.

Request from AA Ireland for membership of the Transportation SPC (verbal report)

8.

Luas Cross City - verbal update

9.

SPC Meeting dates 2018 for noting pdf icon PDF 7 KB

10.

Motion in the name of Councillor Ciarán O'Moore (deferred from 27th September, 2017, Transportation SPC meeting): "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." pdf icon PDF 187 KB

11.

Motion in the name of Councillor Ciarán Cuffe: "That the city's HGV cordon be reviewed with a view to expanding the restriction of 4-axle vehicles, particularly in the light of changes in the city in recent times including the city's ownership of the Tom Clarke (East-Link) Bridge; the opening of the Sam Beckett Bridge; continued concerns around bridge strikes by HGVs; revisions to speed limits in the city, and the imminent completion of the Luas Cross-City project."