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How can we curtail bus lane misuse



  • Registered Users Posts: 4,426 ✭✭✭maestroamado

  • Posts: 0 [Deleted User]

    you want to remove car park spaces from where they are required in a rural setting in your other thread


    now all people parking at a pub are drink drivers - another moronic comment.

    never mind the creche users who don't want to be ferrying creche-age children from the supposed "nearby" council car-park


    want to not do proper examinations of motoring accidents as you want in your other thread but go all in on speed - that is simply moronic.

    imagine suggesting that to the garda motor accident scene examination unit - they would be shocked at the suggestion.

    -> another moronic anti-motorist thread


    in this thread have proposed some sort of stasi informant system for anyone touching a bus lane


    use emojis like a 5 year old (that may be insulting to 5 year-olds actually)

    to go with your child-like national-school level categorical statements!

    there is a clear anti-motorist sentiment in the recent threads that you've started and you can't even admit to this - why who knows - it's so obvious just admit it and be done with it.

    it's simply pathetic

  • Registered Users Posts: 24 Noble Korhedron

    Just wanted to point out that except for contra-flow bus lanes, ANY authorised taxi driver is legally allowed to use bus lanes. Period. IMHO, his would be challenged immediately, if it was even proposed, let alone brought in.

  • Registered Users Posts: 8,832 ✭✭✭cgcsb

    Just seen this thread, pages of nonsense nothing to do with the title. Anyway there needs to be movement on this and I think it was promised by the end of this year that some form of enforcement would be rolled out. Long overdue and it would slash bus journey times and improve reliability of the service and raise revenue for the state. I'm struggling to understand how the heel dragging on this can be legitimised. Just a camera at Sarsfield Road / Grattan Cres would raise more than a million euro in a day. And the city centre would be an out and out gold mine in fines, people sailing through bachelors walk and college green at a rate of dozens per minute.