Dublin City is reviewing its taxi stand bye-law arrangements and it is open to public consultation
A discussion document has been published:
Dublin Cycling Campaign will be making a submission.
The following issues come to mind.
(1) why are Garda/DSPS/Traffic Wardens failing to deal properly with ‘pop-up’/unofficial taxi stands?
(2) why are taxi numbers at many recognised stands exceeding the permitted numbers and overspilling into cycle lanes/tracks?
(3) the ‘dooring’ hazard presented to cyclists by careless opening of taxi doors
(4) the illegal stopping by taxis in cycle tracks marked by a continuous white line (mandatory use type).
Is this sufficient?
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