{meta} Agenda for Traffic and Transport SPC on Wednesday 9th February, 2022, 3.00 pm



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Minutes of Traffic & Transport SPC 01st December 2021 pdf icon PDF 246 KB


Update on the development plan 2022 -2028. Deirdre Scully Deputy City Planner.


Update on formation of sub committee on Zebra crossings and 30 kph. Chair Cllr. Christy Burke


Presentation on "Rate my Signals " a public engagement tool. Jo Martin ITS


Fixed Penalty Notice Report - Dermot Stevenson, Parking Enforcement Officer. pdf icon PDF 750 KB


Proposed changes to Parking Enforcement Policy - Residential Pay & Display Ballots. Dermot Stevenson Parking Enforcement Officer. pdf icon PDF 471 KB


Report on cycle network and creation of Active Travel Unit. Brendan O'Brien A/Executive Manager. pdf icon PDF 496 KB


Greater Dorset Street Together Project - Tom McKeon


Report on Motion from Cllr. Tina McVeigh on Construction Management - Brendan O'Brien A/Executive Manager. pdf icon PDF 507 KB




Motion in the name of Cllr. Christy Burke

That this traffic SPC seek a report from the traffic CEO as to the  update position on traffic wardens for the Dublin City, as the Minster Eamonn Ryan fully supports this measure in order to help prevent illegal parking on our footpaths and other areas.  



Motion in the name of Cllr. Carolyn Moore, Cllr. Caroline Conroy and Cllr. Michael Pidgeon

This committee calls on Dublin City Council to provide at least two traffic or community wardens on a defined trial basis and within a defined area, North and South of the Liffey, to assess the role of wardens in:


·         Helping to enforce ongoing illegal and dangerous parking in the city;

·         Issuing FCPNs to support safer walking and cycling in the city;

·         Issuing on the spot fines for littering and dog fouling.

Having a visible presence in our communities tackling these issues would help to curb and address anti-social behaviour and provide for safer, cleaner communities. 




Motion in the Name of Martin Hoey and Gary Kearney - Adopt the UN Convention of the Rights of Persons of Disabilities (UNCRPD)

Dublin city council has agreed to adopt the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons of Disabilities (UNCRPD) which Dáil Eíreann adopted in 2006 and ratified in 2018.  We ask that the DCC Traffic & Transport Section and its’ Strategic Policy Committee implement the articles of the UNCRPD, in all its dealings and actions. That moving forward the UNCRPD is the basis, on which the transport sections plan and designs all of its work from concept.

link to UNCRPD




Motion in the Name of Cllr. Janet Horner on behalf of Walking & Cycling Sub-Committee

This committee requests the traffic and transport division to investigate and bring forward a proposal on how to receive, prioritise, coordinate, implement and respond to data submitted by community groups and individuals using walking and cycling auditing tools in an efficient and effective manner. Several of these tools have been developed by partner organisations of DCC e.g. the NTA, Green Schools, Dublin Cycling Campaign and Disability Federation of Ireland and it is important that the data is gathered and effectively responded to. The system provided by DCC should set a protocol for how responsibilities will be assigned within the traffic and transport section and how the section will coordinate with other relevant sections within DCC or relevant external bodies.