This time last year there were 12. Now there are five.
The council has issued an enforcement notice, indicating that what the owners built isn’t what they got permission for.
Councillors can’t agree whether they exiled the cars for good, or just as a test – and a business group is calling for the council to let the cars back in.
This month’s cover illustration was inspired by the crazy footpath parking that’s common all over the city.
As part of a public consultation, it will be asking people to pinpoint a GPS location on a map of where they think a public charging hub should go.
Some Dublin city councillors say more should be done about illegal parking, whether on gig days at 3Arena or match days at Croke Park – or just everyday across the city.
One proposal from Dublin Cycling Campaign and another from a city councillor call for banning cars from at least a couple of streets, once a week.
At this month’s transport committee meeting: an update on making the city better for pedestrians, and a review of how speed limits are working out.
The council is reviewing the effectiveness of the 30km/h limits put on city streets this year, with an eye to extending the limits to new areas in 2018.
Car washes are supposed to have licences to regulate pollution. Many in Dublin don’t have them.