{meta} Agenda for Traffic and Transport SPC on Wednesday 7th February, 2018, 3.00 pm


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

Contact: Mary Boyle Ext 2523 

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Minutes of meeting held on 22nd November, 2017 pdf icon PDF 147 KB


Copy of correspondence dated 21st September, 2017, 24th November, 2017 and 2nd January, 2018, with the Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, in relation to clamp release fees for persistent parking offenders. pdf icon PDF 811 KB


Luas Cross City - impact on traffic to date (presentation by Mr. Brendan O'Brien, Acting Executive Manager (Traffic))


College Green update (verbal update)


Proposed Dublin City Council Special Speed Limit Bye-Laws 2018 (verbal update)


Stationless On-Street Bicycle Hire (verbal update)


Removal of abandoned bicycles - policy update pdf icon PDF 473 KB


Pedestrian facilities improvements at St Margaret's Road/McKee Avenue and Jamestown Road/Melville Road roundabouts - issue regarding funding referred to the Transportation SPC by the North West Area Committee (report attached, plus copy of original report submitted to the North West Area Committee meeting in November, 2017) pdf icon PDF 180 KB

Additional documents:


Wheelchair availability in Dublin City pdf icon PDF 163 KB


Minutes of Cycling and Walking Sub-Committee meeting held on 20th September, 2017 pdf icon PDF 165 KB


Motion submitted by Fine Gael Group (Motion attached) pdf icon PDF 58 KB


Motion in the name of Councillor Frank Kennedy: "In light of the ever growing practice of people using smartphones while walking (in particular sending texts and reading emails and articles), which creates serious risks to health and safety including that oblivious smartphone users could step onto oncoming traffic, be hit by cars and bicycles, or walk into stationary objects, this Committee resolves that Dublin City Council conducts an assessment of the ways in which it could (a) encourage people not to engage in this practice and to be aware of the serious consequences that it can cause, and (b) introduce safety measures to prevent injuries and collisions."