Dublin City Council Parking Control Bye-Laws 2014
Dublin City Council proposes to amend the current Dublin City Council Parking Control Bye-Laws 2013 and invites submissions from members of the public and other interested parties.
Submissions must be made in writing before 4.30pm on Friday2nd May 2014.
View the public notice, Briefing Note and Draft Bye-Laws by clicking here
Bridges of Dublin Project
Bridges of Dublin was designed to showcase Dublin’s unique bridge infrastructure. The site provides a range of information running to over 90,000 words covering the history, design, engineering statistics and interesting facts for each of the current 23 bridges. Find out more about the Bridges of Dublin Project here.
Templeogue Road queue relocation signals
To prevent down-stream congestion at Terenure Cross the queuing traffic is moved to the upstream section on the wider section of Templeogue Road which has sufficient capacity to contain the queue. The bus lane on this wider section allows buses to overtake the queue, and travel unhindered down the uncongested section of road. The signals are not demanded by approaching buses but operate when a queue length of 100 metres is detected on the approach to the junction of Templeogue Road/Terenure Road West.
Luas Cross City Project
Find out more about the Luas Cross City Project here.
Proposed Traffic Management works on St. Stephen’s Green East and St. Stephen’s Green North, Dublin 2 to facilitate LUAS Cross City. Please click here for full details.
To download a map of Luas Cross City. please click here.
East Link Bridge Tolls
The current tolls being applied at East Link Toll Bridge are as follows:
Buses/commercial vehicles not included in any other class with an unladen weight not exceeding 2 tonnes
Commercial vehicles over 2 tonnes unladen weight and with not more than 2 axles
Commercial vehicles over 2 tonnes unladen weight and with not more than 3 axles
Commercial vehicles over 2 tonnes unladen weight and with 4 or more axles
Taxi Rank Bye-Laws
Dublin City Council has made Bye-Laws entitled Dublin City Council Appointed Stands (Street Service Vehicles) Bye-Laws 2011 in respect of regulating the location and operation of taxi stands in the Dublin City area. These Bye-Laws are effective from 12th December 2011.
Please click here more information.
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Dublin City Council Control of Horse Drawn Carriages Bye-Laws 2011
Dublin City Council has made Bye-Laws entitled Dublin City Council Control of Horse Drawn Carriages Bye-Laws 2011. The Bye-Laws regulate the operation of Horse Drawn Carriages in respect of the administrative area of Dublin City Council and they came into effect on 1st February, 2011.
The main areas covered by the Bye-Laws are:
Location of hiring stands for hiring of hackney carriages
Standards for hackney carriages
- Requirements in relation to Proprietors/Drivers
- Licence numbers and fees
- Insurance requirements
- Fare arrangements
- Animal Welfare issues
- Use of Dung Catchers
The Bye-Laws may be inspected during normal office hours in Dublin City Council, Roads and Traffic Department, Block 2, Floor 5, Civic Offices, Wood Quay, Dublin 8, Tel No. 222 2531 or can be downloaded by clicking here
College Green Bus Corridor is in operation Monday to Friday
The full operational hours of the College Green Bus Corridor are as follows:
Monday to Friday 07:00 to 10:00
Monday to Friday 16:00 to 19:00
During these hours, only Buses, Taxis and Cyclists are permitted to travel through the College Green Bus Corridor.
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Apply for Motortax Online
Read more about applying for motor tax online or log on to www.motortax.ie
Dublin City Council's Workplace Travel Plan
Travel Plans offer organisational, environmental, community benefits. Dublin City Council recognises this and has developed sustainable transport principles in line with environmental policy commitments. Read the Workplace Travel Plan.
Getting around Dublin by bike means you don't have to worry about sticking to bus timetables or being restricted by parking meters. Whether you're just popping down to the shops to pick up some milk, commuting to work or cycling to get fit and help the environment, cycling gives you the freedom to be flexible and spontaneous. Go to dublincitycycling.ie.