Transportation SPC (Thu, 19th Apr 2018 - 3:00 pm) 

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  1. This webcast is scheduled for Thu, 19th Apr 2018 - 3:00 pm.
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  1. 1 Minutes of meeting held on 7th February, 2018

  2. 2 Metrolink - presentation by Ms Anne Graham, CEO, National Transport Authority

  3. 3 College Green - verbal update

  4. 4 Draft Dublin City Council Special Speed Limit Bye-Laws 2018

  5. 5 Strategic Plan for Coach Parking in Dublin City Council Administrative Area - presentation

  6. 6 4-axle vehicles and the HGV Permit system - presentation

  7. 7 Electric Vehicle Charging for residents of terraced houses or apartments

  8. 8 National Transport Authority Capital Project funding 2018

  9. 9 Public Realm Strategy implementation - verbal update

  10. 10 Smart Phone Usage in Public

  11. 11 Minutes of Cycling and Walking Sub-Committee meeting held on 18th January, 2018

  12. 12 Motion in the name of Councillor Paul Hand: "That this SPC requests that Dublin City Council improve their traffic monitoring of Bus Lanes and requests that An Garda Siochana increase enforcement of private vehicles using the bus lane. To this end we request that this motion be sent to the CEO Owen Keegan and the Garda Commissioner for their due consideration."

  13. 13 Motion in the name of Mr. Martin Hoey, Public Participation Network: "To assist in on street decluttering of poles on footpaths can the following be agreed: 1. There there is a bus shelter and real time pole that the real time unit is integrated inside the shelter as is the case in Belfast for example and also where a bus stop pole and real time pole are together that the bus stop pole be removed and the stop headplate be attached to the realtime pole. 2. That all speed limit poles be removed and instead the speeds be written clearly on the roadway. If this is approved then it would result in several hundred poles being removed from the city's footpaths which benefits people with disabilities and the older element of the population the most."