Cork City Council Minutes Partial Index 1901-1967

Cork City Council Minute Books Index 26 July 1901 - 13 June 1967

Index Term

Coras Iompair Eireann

Minute Book Reference

CP/CO/M/20 (13 Sep 1955 - 10 Feb 1959)

Sub-Terms and Page Number Letter re. contribution towards renewal of Tivoli Bridge, 3,4,

Corporation does not approve reconstruction, 15, to be reconsidered, 17, Corporation agrees that Bridge should be reconstructed / grant considered inadequate, 28, letter from Dept. re. estimate for improvement of Tivoli Bridge & re. amount of grant / referred to General Purposes Committee, 44, obstruction caused to traffic by goods trains / attention of C.I.E., 47, letter from C.I.E. / uunable to obviate running of trains at 1 p.m. & 5.30 p.m., page 53, representatives of C.I.E. to meet Corporation to discuss matter, 53 / letter from C.I.E. / Sub-Committee of Corporation appointed, 58, erection of bus shelters / letter from C.I.E.s Solicitor / City Solicitor’s report / Corporation to indemnify C.I.E. & to maintain shelters, 58, C.I.E. to state present position re. bus station for Cork, 58, letter from C.I.E. / difficulties re. acquisition of site for bus station / to state when proceedings will begin, 64, report of meeting re. trains between Albert Quay & Glanmire Stations / report approved, 66, gates at railway cutting, Brian Boru St. to be closed at night, 66, letter re. bus station / request to C.I.E. to state when proceedings to acquire site will begin, 73, letter from C.I.E. / compulsory acquisition powers sought to acquire premises on site of bus station, 88, Order conferring compulsory acquisition powers on C.I.E. / Minister agrees in principle, 116, C.I.E. to submit to Corporation proposals re. acquisition of properties on site of proposed bus station, 116, letter from C.I.E. / agreement in principle from Minister for making of Order re. compulsory acquisition of properties, 126, C.I.E. asked to arrange that bus stop opposite Washington St. Post Office be used by City buses only, 130, letter from C.I.E. / Company to provide materials for erection of 5 bus shelters & grant of £45 towards cost of each, 200, Corporation to erect & maintain shelters, page 200, difficulty of public in boarding City buses at Christmas times / attention of C.I.E., 203, C.I.E. asked to operate some of City buses non-stop for portion of outward journey, 203, letter re. maintenance of bus shelters & positioning of bus stops / referred to General Purposes Committee, 204, letter from District Superintendent re. bus services at Christmas period / reply unsatisfactory / Corporation requests C.I.E. to maintain satisfactory queueing system at all principal stops, 213, C.I.E. requested to operate additional buses during petrol shortage, 213, traffic congestion & provision of markets to control queues, 218, bus shelters to be erected in City, 219, no action re. C.I.E. operating some buses in City service non-stop on outward journey, 219, arrangements made by C.I.E. to remove bus stop from Victoria Road to point opposite No. 25 Albert Road, 225, Letter from Road Passenger Traffic Superintendent against proposed erection of bus shelter in Patrick Street, letter referred to Coiste na nGna Cricheanna, 233, Letter of 19/3/1957 stating that Board proposes to reconstruct 3 fixed spans of South City Railway Bridge estimated to cost, £12, 000, page 259, no provision made in Estimates for contribution towards resurfacing of floors of South City Railway Bridge, 260, Letter of 8/4/1957 re. whose responsibility it is to remove old bus shelters & their use, 267, 268, Letter from Chief Engineer, C.I.E., 16/4/1957 re. scheme for repair of South City Railway Bridge, 260, Members of Cork Harbour Commission Board to meet some members of Corporation to discuss above matter, 269, Letter, 27th Feb. stating that suggested erection of bus shelter in Patrick St. is impracticable / no further action on matter, 271, erection of bus shelters deferred, 288, Letter from C.I.E. / condition of reconstruction of South City Railway Bridge acceptable to Board / it is hoped work will start about February 1958, page 313, C.I.E. asked to give particulars of school children’s bus fares, 337, particulars of concessions to school children, 346, Corporation asked to make representation to C.I.E. to extend, to hours between 8.30 a.m. & 4 p.m., the special fare of 1 d. for schoolchildren, 379, Letter noted states that concessions to schoolchildren are same as in Dublin & so will not be extended further, 388, Letter read from Chief Engineer, C.I.E. stating that reconstruction of South City Railway Bridge will commence on 12th January, page 388, C.I.E.s attention to possibility of altering position of bus stops at Dead Woman’s Hill, Blackrock Road, 396, notification of proposed abandonment of Cork Macroom railway line, 413, motion requesting C.I.E. to reduce bus fares on Cork suburban routes, 522, Notice of intention to transfer Bus Terminus to Railway Terminus, Albert Quay during construction of new Bus Terminus, 525, Report of meeting between representatives of Corporation & C.I.E. re. reduction of bus fares on suburban routes, 542, motion re. erection of bus shelters / fell through, 557, motion re. transfer of old buses to Cork, 572, City Engineer to discuss with C.I.E. on condition of bus shelters & report with estimate of cost & list of suggested sites, 572, 573, no foundation

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