Draft Control of Stationless On-Street Bike Hire Bye-Laws, 2018

Closed 26 Jul 2018

Opened 14 Jun 2018

Feedback Updated 1 May 2019

We Asked

A number of presentations were delivered on ‘Bike Share’ and ‘Stationless Bikes’ in recent years to the Dún Laoghaire and Dundrum Area Committees (Municipal Services) and to the Transportation and County Wide Movement Strategic Policy Committee.

Draft  bye-laws titled, ‘Control of Stationless On-Street Bike Hire Bye-Laws 2018’ were brought to a full County Council meeting on 11th June 2018 where it was agreed by Elected Members to proceed to public consultation on the draft bye-laws.

You Said

A total of 10 submissions were received through the dlr Consultation Online Hub survey form and no submissions were received by email to info@dlrcoco.ie during the public consultation period from 14th June 2018 to 26th July  2018.

The majority of submissions were from persons living and working in the County and the majority were supportive of the stationless bikes operation. They indicated they would use a stationless bike sharing scheme for local short trips, commuting trip, trips from Dart or Luas and trips to college

We Did

A report on this consultation, as attached, was distributed to the Dundrum and Dún Laoghaire Area Committees (Municipal Services) for noting.

Following this, the draft bye-laws were brought to a meeting of the full County Council on November 12th, 2018 and the bye-laws were adopted by the Elected Members.

Results Updated 30 Apr 2019

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Overview

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council in exercise of its powers vested in them by the provisions of Section 199 of the Local Government Act, 2001 and all other enabling statutory powers, hereby gives notice that it proposes to introduce Bye-Laws to manage and control Stationless Bike Hire operations in the County. The Council has now drawn up Draft Bye-Laws to regulate such operations. 

Why We Are Consulting

The Draft Bye-Laws cover the issuing of a licence for Operators and provide for a permit fee for each bike, in addition to specifying certain minimum standards for Operators and where bikes can park.  

The Draft Bye Laws are available for inspection at the Council offices at County Hall, Marine Road, Dún Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, and at the Council offices at Dundrum Office Park, Main Street, Dundrum, Dublin 14 from Thursday 14th June until Thursday 26th July 2018,

Submissions and observations can also be made via e-mail to –

cycling@dlrcoco.ie to be received before 4.00pm on Thursday 26th July 2018.

They should be clearly marked ‘’Draft Control of Stationless On-Street Bike Hire bye-laws 2018 .’’

The Council welcomes all submissions and observations regarding these Draft Bye-Laws.

What Happens Next

The Draft Bye Laws are available for inspection at the Council offices at County Hall, Marine Road, Dún Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, and at the Council offices at Dundrum Office Park, Main Street, Dundrum, Dublin 14  from Thursday 14th June until Thursday 26th July 2018,

Submissions and observations can also be made via e-mail to –

cycling@dlrcoco.ie to be received before 4.00pm on Thursday 26th July 2018.

They should be clearly marked ‘’Draft Control of Stationless On-Street Bike Hire bye-laws 2018 .’’

The Council welcomes all submissions and observations regarding these Draft Bye-Laws.

Areas

  • All Areas

Audiences

  • All residents
  • Young People
  • Older People
  • People with Disabilities
  • Irish Citizens
  • EU Citizens
  • Non EU Citizens
  • Traveller Community
  • Business Persons
  • Housing Applicants
  • Audit Committee
  • Business Group
  • Community Group
  • Religous Group
  • Charity Group
  • Voluntary Organisation
  • All Stakeholders
  • Staff
  • Property Owners
  • Audit Committee

Interests

  • Cycling