Following a period of public consultation, in which over 250 submissions were considered, Wicklow County Council have now updated Bye-Laws in relation to Parking countywide. The towns covered by these byelaws include Bray, Greystones, Wicklow & Arklow.
Wicklow Co Co Parking Bye-Laws 2017 were adopted by Wicklow County Council members at a meeting held on 12th June 2017 and come into effect on Monday 28th August 2017.
County Wicklow Road Traffic Special Speed Limit Bye-Laws of 2017
SPECIAL SPEED LIMIT BYE-LAWS
Under Section 9 of the Road Traffic Act 2004 (No.44 of 2004) the power to make (adopt) bye-laws applying special speed limits in lieu of default limits on roads in the administrative area of County Wicklow is vested in the Elected Members of the Local Authority.
Public Consultation Documents
Wicklow County Council, in exercise of the powers conferred on it under Section 38 of the Road Traffic Act, 1994 hereby gives notice of the following proposed changes to traffic management on the N81 and R747 at Mill Street/Main Street/Edward Street/Belan Street Junction:
RWSLO No.1 of 2017 – N11/M11 (Northbound Carriageway) Junction 7 to Junction 10
Effective Period: 10th September 2017 until the 27th September 2017
RWSLO No.1 of 2017 – Map
RWSLO No.1 of 2017 - Notice
RWSLO No.2 of 2017 – N11/M11 Southbound Carriageway
In accordance with provisions of PART XI of the Planning Acts 2000 (as amended) and Part 8 of the Planning and Development Regulations (as amended), notice is hereby given that Wicklow County Council proposes to:
In the interests of road safety, landowners are reminded to ensure that trees, hedges or other vegetation are maintained in such condition that they are not a hazard to road users and that they do not interfere with the maintenance of the public road.
Wicklow County Council is inviting applications under the above Community Involvement Scheme (CIS). This scheme relates to public roads only.
This scheme encourages a joint approach between the council and groups of local residents and landowners for the restoration of roads mainly local or cul de sac roads. The CIS will be based on community contributions in line with the following table: