36. Transport

Updated to 11 September 2020

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36.1. Air Transport

Transport 1/2001
Transport 40/1936
Transport 23/1946
Transport 4/1950
Transport 1/1959
Transport 6/1965
Transport 29/1973
Transport
  • none
9/1975
Transport
  • none
21/1975
Transport
  • none
4/1986
Transport 15/1988
Transport 29/1993
Transport 24/1998
Transport 10/2004
Transport 11/2004
Transport 32/2004
Transport
  • none
13/2005
Transport 15/2005
Transport
  • none
7/2006
Transport 16/2009
Transport 27/2014
Transport 12/2019
1 For levy year 27 February to 31 December 2001, this SI appears to be obsolete/spent and should be revoked.
2 For levy year 1 January to 31 December 2002, this SI appears to be obsolete/spent and should be revoked.
3

For levy year 1 January to 31 December 2003, this SI appears to be obsolete/spent and should be revoked.

4 For levy year 1 January to 31 December 2004, this SI appears to be obsolete/spent and should be revoked.
5 For levy year 1 January to 31 December 2005, this SI appears to be obsolete/spent and should be revoked.
6 For levy year 1 January to 31 December 2006, this SI appears to be obsolete/spent and should be revoked.
7 For levy year 1 January to 31 December 2007, this SI appears to be obsolete/spent and should be revoked.
8 For levy year 1 January to 31 December 2008, this SI appears to be obsolete/spent and should be revoked.
9 For levy year 1 January to 31 December 2009.
10 For levy year 1 January to 31 December 2010.
11 For levy year 1 January to 31 December 2011.
12 For levy year 1 January to 31 December 2012.
13 For levy year 1 January to 31 December 2013.
14 For levy year 1 January to 31 December 2014.
15 For levy year 1 January to 31 December 2015.
16 For levy year 1 January to 31 December 2016.
17

For levy year 1 January to 31 December 2017.

18 The enabling provisions appear to be Air Navigation and Transport Act 1936 (40/1936), s. 6 and Part X (ss. 85-103). Part X was repealed by Air Navigation and Transport Act 1965 (6/1965), s. 19 with no saver for regulations. Section 6, a general regulation making power, remains in force and continues to enable the SI.
19 Ibid.
20 The enabling provisions are Air Navigation and Transport Act 1936 (40/1936), ss. 5 and 20. Section 20 (as part of Part III) was repealed by Air Navigation and Transport (International Conventions) Act 2004 (11/2004), s. 11(1) with no saver for regulations. Section 5 remains in force (other than subs. (4)) and continues to enable the SI.
21 The SI does not specify an enabling provision, presumed to be the general regulation making power in s. 6.
22 This SI was enabled by Air Navigation and Transport Act 1946 (23/1946), ss. 5, 9, 11 and 16. Section 16 was repealed by Air Navigation and Transport Act 1988 (15/1988), s. 53 and sch. 2, with no saver for regulations. The other enabling sections remain in force.
23

The enabling Act is Air Navigation (Eurocontrol) Act 1963 (15/1963), which was repealed by Irish Aviation Authority Act 1993 (29/1993), s. 10, commenced by S.I. No. 355 of 1993. However, there is a saver for regulations in s. 10: (2) An order or regulation that is made under a provision of the Air Navigation (Eurocontrol) Acts, 1963 to 1983, and is in force immediately before the commencement of this section shall continue in force on and after such commencement and may be amended or revoked as if made under the corresponding provision of this Act and a reference in any such order or regulation to the Minister shall, in so far as the order or regulation relates to a matter to which a function of the company relates, be construed as a reference to the company.

24 Ibid.
25

This SI mainly construes and amends S.I. No. 62 of 1986, now revoked.  It is probably obsolete and should be revoked.

26

The enabling provision is Air Navigation and Transport Act 1936 (40/1936), s. 41. It was repealed by Air Navigation and Transport (Amendment) Act 1998 (24/1998), s. 6 and sch. 1 on the vesting day appointed by S.I. No. 326 of 1998. Section 6 of the 1998 Act has a saver for instruments as follows: (2) In so far as any instrument made or other thing whatsoever done under any provision of an enactment repealed by this Act could have been made or done under a corresponding provision of this Act, it shall not be invalidated by the repeal of that provision but, if in force immediately before that provision was repealed, shall have effect as if made or done under the corresponding provision of this Act. Compulsory acquisition of land is provided for in Part V of the 1998 Act. In so far as the compulsory purchase order was given effect, it is now obsolete.

27

The original enabling provision is Air Navigation and Transport Act 1950 (4/1950), s. 16. This was repealed (as part of Pt. V ss. 15-24) by Air Navigation and Transport (Amendment) Act 1998 (24/1998), s. 6 and sch. 1 on the vesting day appointed by S.I. No. 326 of 1998. Section 6 of the 1998 Act has a saver for instruments as follows: (2) In so far as any instrument made or other thing whatsoever done under any provision of an enactment repealed by this Act could have been made or done under a corresponding provision of this Act, it shall not be invalidated by the repeal of that provision but, if in force immediately before that provision was repealed, shall have effect as if made or done under the corresponding provision of this Act. Power to make bye-laws is provided for in s. 42 of the 1998 Act. However, S.I. No. 425 of 1994, art. 8(9) assigned power for setting parking fees to Aer Rianta and accordingly this SI appears to be superseded, and should be revoked.

28 Ibid.
29 Ibid.
30

The enabling provision is Air Navigation and Transport Act 1936 (40/1936), s. 41. It was repealed by Air Navigation and Transport (Amendment) Act 1998 (24/1998), s. 6 and sch. 1 on the vesting day appointed by S.I. No. 326 of 1998. Section 6 of the 1998 Act has a saver for instruments as follows: (2) In so far as any instrument made or other thing whatsoever done under any provision of an enactment repealed by this Act could have been made or done under a corresponding provision of this Act, it shall not be invalidated by the repeal of that provision but, if in force immediately before that provision was repealed, shall have effect as if made or done under the corresponding provision of this Act. Compulsory acquisition of land is provided for in Part V of the 1998 Act.  In so far as the compulsory purchase order was given effect, it is now obsolete.

31 The enabling provision, s. 10(1), was substituted by State Airport Act 2004 (32/2004) s. 6(4) and sch. and appears to no longer enable this SI. It appears to be no longer in force and should be revoked.
32 Superseded by S.I. No. 375 of 2000, this SI should be revoked.
33 Superseded by S.I. No. 246 of 2003, this SI should be revoked.
34 Superseded by State Airports Act 2004 (32/2004), s. 6(4) and sch. para. (6), this SI should be revoked.
35

Air Navigation and Transport (Indemnities) Act 2001 (48/2001) lapsed in accordance with s. 19 in December 2002, and was replaced by Air Navigation And Transport (Indemnities) Act 2005 (13/2005), see Seanad Eireann Debate Vol. 180 no. 22, 16 June 2005 for the background at http://oireachtasdebates.oireachtas.ie/Debates%20Authoring/DebatesWebPack.nsf/takes/seanad2005061600008?opendocument&highlight=air%20navigation%20and%20transport%20%28indemnities%29%20act%202001#. Confusingly, it was referred to as an in force Act by Ministers and Secretaries (Amendment) Act 2011 (10/2011), ss. 9, 20 and sch. 2 part 1.

A number of SIs were made under this Act and expired in accordance with their own time limits: S.I. Nos. 627 of 2001, 102 of 2002, 162 of 2002, 266 of 2002, 319 of 2002 and 458 of 2002.  They have not, however, been revoked. 

36 Repealed Air Navigation and Transport (Preinspection) Act 1986 (18/1986).
37 Commenced repeal (29.11.2013) of Air Navigation and Transport (Preinspection) Act 1986 (18/1986).
38 Repealed Shannon Free Airport Development Company Limited Act 1959 (36/1959), Shannon Free Airport Development Company Limited (Amendment) Act 1961 (31/1961), Shannon Free Airport Development Company Limited (Amendment) Act 1963 (27/1963), Shannon Free Airport Development Company Limited (Amendment) Act 1965 (14/1965), Shannon Free Airport Development Company Limited (Amendment) Act 1968 (13/1968), Shannon Free Airport Development Company Limited (Amendment) Act 1970 (9/1970), Shannon Free Airport Development Company Limited (Amendment) Act 1974 (21/1974), Shannon Free Airport Development Company Limited (Amendment) Act 1978 (3/1978), Shannon Free Airport Development Company Limited (Amendment) Act 1980 (28/1980), Shannon Free Airport Development Company Limited (Amendment) Act 1983 (12/1983), Shannon Free Airport Development Company Limited (Amendment) Act 1986 (20/1986), and Shannon Free Airport Development Company Limited (Amendment) Act 1989 (13/1989).

36.2. Carriage of Foodstuffs and Goods

36.2.1. Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road

Enterprise 43/1998
Transport 13/1990

36.2.2. Carriage of Perishable Foodstuffs

Agric 39 20/1987
39 See S.I. No. 397 of 1993.

36.3. Harbours

36.3.1. Harbours Generally

Transport
  • none
49/1924
Transport
  • none
1/1925
Transport 2/1934
Transport
  • none
23/1933
Transport 11/1996
Transport
  • none
21/2000
Transport
  • none
26/2009
Transport 61/2015
40 This Act was repealed by Harbours Act 1996 (11/1996), s. 5(2) and sch. 2, subject to commencement orders S.I. Nos. 95 of 1997 (in relation to Port of Cork Company, Drogheda Port Company, Dublin Port Company, Dun Laoghaire Harbour Company, Foynes Port Company, Galway Harbour Company, New Ross Port Company, Shannon Estuary Ports Company), 542 of 1998 (in relation to Port of Waterford Company), 181 of 2002 (in relation to Dundalk Port Company) and 184 of 2002 (in relation to Wicklow Port Company). Harbours (Amendment) Act 2009 (26/2009), s. 17 removed reference to Arklow Harbour Company in the 1996 Act. S.I. No. 664 of 2011 transferred all rights and liabilities of the Arklow Harbour Commissioners. It is the opinion of the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport that the 1934 Act is effectively repealed and that all orders made under it are no longer in force and can be revoked. It would be desirable to commence the repealing provision in the 1996 Act without qualification and revoke the SIs made under the 1934 Act listed above.
41 This SI may be obsolete given the lapse of time.
42 The enabling provision, the Pilotage Act 1913 (2 & 3 Geo. 5, c. 31), was repealed by the Harbours Act 1996, s. 5 and sch. 2. There is a saver in s. 71(7) which appears to retain these regulations. The repealing provision is not yet fully commenced as it excludes commencement of the repeal in relation to Arklow Harbour Company, Dundalk Port Company and Wicklow Port Company - see S.I. Nos. 324 of 1997 and 542 of 1998.
43 Ibid.
44 Ibid.
45 Ibid.
46 Ibid.
47 Ibid.
48 Ibid.
49 Ibid.
50 Ibid.
51 This SI provides for the making of interim pilotage arrangements for a period of up to 12 months, and related transitional arrangements. It is obsolete and should be revoked.
52 This SI extends the period for the making of interim pilotage arrangements for an additional 12 months. It is obsolete and should be revoked.
53 Limerick Harbour was amalgamated with Shannon Estuary Harbour and is listed in Harbours Act 1996, sch. 1 as Shannon Harbour (commenced by S.I. No. 95 of 1997). Limerick Harbour Commissioners were dissolved when the Shannon Estuary Port Company was formed. The Shannon Estuary Port Company and Foynes Port Company were amalgamated by S.I. No. 283 of 2000 to form Shannon Foynes Port Company.
54 Repealed Harbours Act 1976 (5/1976). S.I. Nos. 124 of 1977, 155 of 1977 and 249 of 1990, made under the 1976 Act, are obsolete and should be revoked.
55 Repealed Harbours Acts 1946 (9/1946) and Harbours Act 1947 (34/2947). The Harbours Acts 1946 to 1976 were previously repealed by Harbours Act 1996 (11/1996), s. 5(1), in relation three types of harbour: (a) a harbour in respect of which a company is established pursuant to section 7 , on the relevant vesting day, (b) a harbour in respect of which an order is made under section 87 , on the day specified in the order for that purpose, and (c) a harbour to which an order under section 88 relates, on the commencement of that order. The latter two provisions were supplemented by s. 87A, inserted by the Harbours (Amendment) Act 2009 (26/2009), s. 18, which provides for the transfer of Bantry Bay Harbour and Tralee and Fenit Pier and Harbour.The 1996 repeal was subject to commencement orders: in respect of s. 7, a range of commencement orders for various ports: S.I. No. 95 of 1997 in respect of Cork, Drogheda, Dublin, Dun Laoghaire, Galway, New Ross, Shannon Estuary and Foynes, S.I. No. 542 in respect of Waterford, S.I. No. 184 of 2002 in respect of Wicklow, S.I. No. 181 of 2002 (also S.I. No. 361 of 2002) in respect of Dundalk; in respect of s. 88(4), relating to transfer of Skerries and Balbriggan ports, S.I. No. 409 of 2004; in respect of ss. 87 and 88, S.I. No. 446 of 2006. As there is no saver to continue orders in effect made in relation to the harbours specified in (a), (b) and (c), the SIs made in relation to these harbours appear to have ceased to have effect. This should be confirmed by revocation.The harbours described in para. (a) were: Cork, Drogheda, Dublin Dun Laoghaire, Foynes, Galway, New Ross, Shannon Estuary (S.I. No. 96 of 1997), Waterford (S.I. No. 543 of 1998), Dundalk (S.I. No. 182 of 2002), Wicklow (S.I. No. 183 of 2002). Note that Limerick Harbour was previously amalgamated with Shannon Estuary Harbour and is listed in Harbours Act 1996, sch. 1 as Shannon Harbour, commenced by S.I. No. 95 of 1997.The harbours described in para. (b) were: noneThe harbours described in para. (c) were: Ballyshannon and Buncrana (S.I. No. 394 of 1999), Sligo (S.I. No. 316 of 2006), Annagassen (S.I. No. 712 of 2006), River Moy (S.I. No. 387 of 2008) (otherswise known as Ballina), Youghal (S.I. No. 28 of 2009), Kilrush (S.I. No. 29 of 2009), Westport (S.I. No. 89 of 2009), Wexford (S.I. No. 292 of 2010), Tralee and Fenit (S.I. No. 503 of 2011), Arklow (S.I. No. 664 of 2011), Baltimore and Skibbereen (S.I. No. 665 of 2011), Kinsale (S.I. No. 666 of 2011).The harbours mentioned in s. 87A were Cork, Bantry Bay, Shannon Foynes, Tralee and Fenit, and a transfer day order was made in respect of Bantry Bay (S.I. No. 485 of 2013).
56 Numerous SIs were made under the Harbours Act 1946, repealed by Harbours Act 2015 (61/2015), s. 5. The 2015 Act made no provision for existing instruments to be continued in force, and they therefore ceased to have effect. Because there are so many, and it would be in the interest of clarity to have them revoked by name, the entry for the 1946 Act is retained in italics with the instruments listed below, also in italics.
57 The repeal of Harbours Act 1947 (34/1947) by Harbour Act 2015, s. 5 left two SIs which should be revoked: S.I. Nos. 198 of 1990 and 243 of 1991.

36.3.2. Fishery Harbours

Agric 18/1968
Agric
  • none
22/1980
Agric
  • none
10/1992
58 Dingle Harbour.

36.4. Merchant Shipping

Transport 57 & 58 Vict., c. 60
Transport
  • none
60 & 61 Vict., c. 59
Transport
  • none
61 & 62 Vict., c. 44
Transport
  • none
6 Edw. 7, c. 48
Transport
  • none
1 & 2 Geo. 5, c. 8
Transport
  • none
1 & 2 Geo. 5, c. 41
Transport
  • none
2 & 3 Geo. 5, c. 31
Transport
  • none
10 & 11 Geo. 5, c. 2
Transport
  • none
11 & 12 Geo. 5, c. 28
Transport
  • none
29/1933
Transport
  • none
42/1933
Transport 12/1939
Transport 37/1947
Transport 46/1947
Transport 29/1952
Transport 29/1955
Transport
  • none
3/1959
Transport
  • none
5/1965
Transport 20/1966
Transport 17/1968
Transport
  • none
11/1971
Transport 37/1979
Transport
  • none
39/1980
Transport 33/1981
Transport
  • none
8/1982
Transport 18/1983
Transport
  • none
8/1984
Transport 21/1987
Transport 27/1991
Transport 29/1991
Transport 2/1992
Transport 34/1993
Transport
  • none
10/1994
Local Gov/Transport 130 14/1996
Local Gov/Transport
  • none
35/2004
Transport 35/1996
Transport
  • none
37/1997
Transport
  • none
20/1998
Transport 18/1999
Transport 131 14/2000
Transport 9/2005
Transport 11/2005
Agric/Foreign 8/2006
Transport 29/2006
Transport 14/2010
Transport
  • none
43/2014
59 The enabling provisions are Merchant Shipping Act 1894 (57 & 58 Vict., c. 60), s. 427 and Merchant Shipping (Safety Convention) Act 1952 (29/1952) ss. 18 and 19. Section 427 of the 1894 Act was substituted by Merchant Shipping (Safety Convention) Act, 1952, ss. 8, 11 and sch. and was repealed by Merchant Shipping Act 2010 (14/2010), s. 82(10)(a), the repeal commenced on enactment. Section 18 of the 1952 Act was substituted and s. 19 repealed Merchant Shipping Act 2010 (4/2010), s. 9(1) and (2), both effects commenced on enactment. There is no provision for existing SIs to be retained under the new legislation. However, the substituted s. 18 empowers the Minister to make rules for navigation and tracking, and the SI therefore appears to remain in force.
60 Relevant SIs are noted under the Harbours Act 1996.
61 This SI amends S.I. No. 266 of 1963, which was revoked by S.I. No. 185 of 1968. It is therefore obsolete and should be revoked.
62 This SI amends S.I. No. 594 of 2010, noted under Merchant Shipping Act 1894 but also made under this Act.
63 The enabling provision Merchant Shipping Act 1947 (46/1947), s. 7(1) was substituted by Shipping Act 1992 (2/1992), s. 28(1), but orders were continued in force under subs. (2): (2) An order made under subsection (1) of the said section 7 and in force immediately before the commencement of this section shall continue in force as if made under the said section 7 as amended by this section and may be amended or revoked accordingly.
64 Ibid.
65 Ibid.
66 Ibid.
67 Ibid.
68 Ibid.
69 The enabling provisions are Merchant Shipping Act 1947 (46/1947), ss. 11 and 12, and Merchant Shipping (Certification of Seamen) Act 1979 (37/1979), s. 3(2). Section 11 is repealed by Maritime Safety Act 2005 (11/2005), s. 3 and sch., commenced one month after enactment. Section 12 remains in effect and is amended but not materially. Section 3(2) of the 1979 Act is amended but likewise not materially.
70 Ibid.
71 Ibid.
72 The enabling provision Merchant Shipping (Safety Convention) Act 1952 (29/1952), s. 10 was substituted by Merchant Shipping Act 2010 (14/2010), s. 7, commenced on enactment. The substituted section also contains rule making powers and the SI remains in force.
73 The enabling sections are Merchant Shipping (Safety Convention) Act 1952 (29/1952), s. 15 and Merchant Shipping Act 1966 (20/1966), s. 11(1). Section 15 was substituted by Merchant Shipping Act 2010 (14/2010), s. 8, commenced on enactment, and the substituted section also contains rule making powers. Section 11 of the 1966 Act was repealed by same section. There is no saver for regulations in the 2010 Act, but the substituted s. 15 appears to continue to provide the statutory authority to maintain the SI in force.
74 The enabling provision Merchant Shipping (Safety Convention) Act 1952 (29/1952), s. 10 was substituted by Merchant Shipping Act 2010 (14/2010), s. 7, commenced on enactment. The substituted section also contains rule making powers and the SI remains in force.
75 The enabling provision Merchant Shipping (Safety Convention) Act 1952 (29/1952), s. 15 was substituted by Merchant Shipping Act 2010 (14/2010), s. 8, commenced on enactment. The new version also contains regulation making powers so the status of the SI is unaffected.
76 The enabling provisions are Merchant Shipping (Safety Convention) Act 1952 (29/1952), ss. 10 and 33. Section 33 remains in force. Section 10 was substituted by the Merchant Shipping Act 2010 (14/2010), s. 7. The new version of s. 10 also contains rule making powers and the SI remains in force.
77 The enabling provision Merchant Shipping (Safety Convention) Act 1952 (29/1952), s. 10 was substituted by Merchant Shipping Act 2010 (14/2010), s. 7, commenced on enactment. The substituted section also contains rule making powers and the SI remains in force.
78

The enabling provision Merchant Shipping (Safety Convention) Act 1952 (29/1952), s. 10 was substituted by Merchant Shipping Act 2010 (14/2010), s. 7, commenced on enactment. The substituted section also contains rule making powers and the SI remains partially in force, but was revoked in so far as it relates to ro-ro passenger ships within the meaning of Merchant Shipping (Ro-Ro Passenger Ship Survivability) Rules 1998 (S.I. No. 429 of 1998) by rule 9 of that SI.

79

The enabling provision Merchant Shipping (Safety Convention) Act 1952 (29/1952), s. 10 was substituted by Merchant Shipping Act 2010 (14/2010), s. 7, commenced on enactment. The substituted section also contains rule making powers and the SI remains in force.

80 Ibid.
81 Ibid.
82

Repealed by Merchant Shipping (Registration of Ships) Act 2014 (43/2014), s. 7 and sch. 1, subject to commencement order.

83

Revoked by Merchant Shipping (Registration of Ships) Act 2014 (43/2014), s. 8 and sch. 2, subject to commencement order.

84

Revoked by Merchant Shipping (Registration of Ships) Act 2014 (43/2014), s. 8 and sch. 2, subject to commencement order.

85

Revoked by Merchant Shipping (Registration of Ships) Act 2014 (43/2014), s. 8 and sch. 2, subject to commencement order.

86

Revoked by Merchant Shipping (Registration of Ships) Act 2014 (43/2014), s. 8 and sch. 2, subject to commencement order.

87

Revoked by Merchant Shipping (Registration of Ships) Act 2014 (43/2014), s. 8 and sch. 2, subject to commencement order.

88 Revoked by Mercantile Marine (Tonnage) Regulations 2007 (S.I. No. 369 of 2007), reg. 3 except that existing ships referred to in Regulations 4(2) and 13(2) may continue to have their tonnages ascertained in accordance with the Fourth Schedule to and Appendices 1 to 5 of those Regulations.
89

Revoked by Merchant Shipping (Registration of Ships) Act 2014 (43/2014), s. 8 and sch. 2, subject to commencement order.

90

Revoked by Merchant Shipping (Registration of Ships) Act 2014 (43/2014), s. 8 and sch. 2, subject to commencement order.

91 The enabling provision Merchant Shipping Act 1966 (20/1966), s. 3 was substituted by Merchant Shipping Act 2010 (14/2010), s. 12(2), commenced on enactment. The substituted section also contains rule making powers and the SI remains in force.
92 Ibid.
93 Ibid.
94 Ibid.
95 Ibid.
96 The enabling provision, Oil Pollution of the Sea Act 1956 (25/1956), s. 17(2) was repealed by Sea Pollution Act 1991 (27/1991), s. 8 and sch. 1, but orders and regulations then in force were continued by s. 9 as if made under the 1991 Act. However, as the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution of the Sea by Oil 1954, to which this SI appears to relate, has been superseded, this SI is probably obsolete and should be revoked. Annex I of the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, 1973, as modified by the Protocol of 1978 relating thereto (MARPOL 73/78) entered into force internationally on 2 October 1983 and, as between the Parties to MARPOL 73/78, supersedes the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution of the Sea by Oil 1954, as amended in 1962 and 1969, which was then in force.
97 The enabling provision, Oil Pollution of the Sea Act 1956 (25/1956), s. 19(1) was repealed by Sea Pollution Act 1991 (27/1991), s. 8 and sch. 1, but orders and regulations then in force were continued by s. 9 as if made under the 1991 Act. However, as the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution of the Sea by Oil 1954, to which this SI relates, has been superseded, this SI is probably obsolete and should be revoked.
98 Ibid.
99 Ibid.
100 Ibid.
101 Ibid.
102 Ibid.
103 Ibid.
104 Ibid.
105 Ibid.
106 Ibid.
107 Ibid.
108 Ibid.
109 Ibid.
110 The enabling provision, Oil Pollution of the Sea (Amendment) Act 1977 (15/1977), s. 5 was repealed by Sea Pollution Act 1991 (27/1991), s. 8 and sch. 1, but orders and regulations then in force were continued by s. 9 as if made under the 1991 Act. However, as the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution of the Sea by Oil 1954, to which this SI relates, has been superseded, this SI is probably obsolete and should be revoked.
111 The enabling provision, Oil Pollution of the Sea Act 1956 (25/1956), s. 17(1) and (3) was repealed by Sea Pollution Act 1991 (27/1991), s. 8 and sch. 1, but orders and regulations then in force were continued by s. 9 as if made under the 1991 Act. However, as the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution of the Sea by Oil 1954, to which this SI relates, has been superseded, this SI is probably obsolete and should be revoked.
112 The enabling provision, Oil Pollution of the Sea Act 1956 (25/1956), s. 16(1) was repealed by Sea Pollution Act 1991 (27/1991), s. 8 and sch. 1, but orders and regulations then in force were continued by s. 9 as if made under the 1991 Act. However, as the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution of the Sea by Oil 1954, to which this SI relates, has been superseded, this SI is probably obsolete and should be revoked.
113 The enabling provision, Oil Pollution of the Sea Act 1956 (25/1956), s. 10 was repealed by Sea Pollution Act 1991 (27/1991), s. 8 and sch. 1, but orders and regulations then in force were continued by s. 9 as if made under the 1991 Act. However, as the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution of the Sea by Oil 1954, to which this SI relates, has been superseded, this SI is probably obsolete and should be revoked.
114 The enabling provision, Oil Pollution of the Sea Act 1956 (25/1956), s. 10(5) was repealed by Sea Pollution Act 1991 (27/1991), s. 8 and sch. 1, but orders and regulations then in force were continued by s. 9 as if made under the 1991 Act. However, as the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution of the Sea by Oil 1954, to which this SI relates, has been superseded, this SI is probably obsolete and should be revoked.
115 The enabling provision, Oil Pollution of the Sea Act 1956 (25/1956), s. 19(1) was repealed by Sea Pollution Act 1991 (27/1991), s. 8 and sch. 1, but orders and regulations then in force were continued by s. 9 as if made under the 1991 Act. However, as the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution of the Sea by Oil 1954 has been superseded, this SI is probably obsolete and should be revoked.
116 Ibid.
117 The enabling provision, s. 18 was substituted by Maritime Safety Act 2005 (11/2005), s. 47. There is a saver under s. 47(3): (3) Regulations made under section 18, 19, 20 and 27 of the Act of 1992 which are in force immediately before the commencement of this section continue in force after such commencement and are deemed to have been made under section 18, 19, 20 or 27, as the case may be, inserted by this section.
118 The enabling provision, s. 19(2) was substituted by Maritime Safety Act 2005 (11/2005), s. 47. There is a saver under s. 47(3): (3) Regulations made under section 18, 19, 20 and 27 of the Act of 1992 which are in force immediately before the commencement of this section continue in force after such commencement and are deemed to have been made under section 18, 19, 20 or 27, as the case may be, inserted by this section.
119 Ibid.
120 The enabling provision, s. 18 was substituted by Maritime Safety Act 2005 (11/2005), s. 47. There is a saver under s. 47(3): (3) Regulations made under section 18, 19, 20 and 27 of the Act of 1992 which are in force immediately before the commencement of this section continue in force after such commencement and are deemed to have been made under section 18, 19, 20 or 27, as the case may be, inserted by this section.
121 Ibid.
122 The enabling provision, s. 27 was substituted by Maritime Safety Act 2005 (11/2005), s. 47. There is a saver under s. 47(3): (3) Regulations made under section 18, 19, 20 and 27 of the Act of 1992 which are in force immediately before the commencement of this section continue in force after such commencement and are deemed to have been made under section 18, 19, 20 or 27, as the case may be, inserted by this section.
123 The enabling provision, s. 18 was substituted by Maritime Safety Act 2005 (11/2005), s. 47. There is a saver under s. 47(3): (3) Regulations made under section 18, 19, 20 and 27 of the Act of 1992 which are in force immediately before the commencement of this section continue in force after such commencement and are deemed to have been made under section 18, 19, 20 or 27, as the case may be, inserted by this section.
124 The enabling provisions, ss. 20 and 27 were substituted by Maritime Safety Act 2005 (11/2005), s. 47. There is a saver under s. 47(3): (3) Regulations made under section 18, 19, 20 and 27 of the Act of 1992 which are in force immediately before the commencement of this section continue in force after such commencement and are deemed to have been made under section 18, 19, 20 or 27, as the case may be, inserted by this section.
125 The enabling provision, s. 19 was substituted by Maritime Safety Act 2005 (11/2005), s. 47. There is a saver under s. 47(3): (3) Regulations made under section 18, 19, 20 and 27 of the Act of 1992 which are in force immediately before the commencement of this section continue in force after such commencement and are deemed to have been made under section 18, 19, 20 or 27, as the case may be, inserted by this section.
126 Ibid.
127

This SI amends S.I. No. 475 of 1998, now revoked.  It is obsolete and should be revoked.

128

Ibid.  This SI's only purpose is to revoke S.I. No. 563 of 2007.  It is therefore obsolete and should be revoked.

129 May be obsolete/spent.
130 Function under s. 6(1)(g) transferred from Environment, Community and Local Government to Communications, Energy and Natural Resources (22.07.2016) by S.I. No. 393 of 2016. See S.I. Nos. 394 and 421 of 2016 for change of Department names.
131 Subject to role of Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and the Marine under s. 46 of 2000 Act: see S.I. No. 163 of 2011 (advances by Minister for marine or natural resources based tourism or heritage projects).
132 The commencement order S.I. No. 289 of 2002 commencing the enabling provision for this SI was incorrectly worded. The omission was remedied by S.I. No. 125 of 2003 and Merchant Shipping Act 2010 (14/2010), s. 92.
133 The enabling provision is Merchant Shipping Act 1981 (33/1981), s. 5, which was repealed by Maritime Safety Act 2005 (11/2005), s. 3 and sch. There is an express saver in s. 34(3), which provides for their continuance in force under that section.
134 All SIs under the Act assigned to Dept. of Agriculture, Fisheries and the Marine as it deals with marine topics. No SIs made at all by Foreign Affairs.
135 This SI was enabled by the Maritime Jurisdiction Act 1959 (22/1959), s. 13. This Act was repealed by Sea-Fisheries and Maritime Jurisdiction Act 2006 (8/2006), s. 4(1), subject to a saver in s. 92(2): “The Maritime Jurisdiction Act 1959 (Charts) Order 1959 (S.I. No. 174 of 1959 ), if in operation on the passing of this Act, continues in force as if made under this section.”
136 Continued in force as though made under Sea-Fisheries and Maritime Jurisdiction Act 2006 (8/2006), s. 76, by s. 78 of that Act.
137 This SI could be revoked.
138 This SI could be revoked.
139 This SI could be revoked.
140 This SI could be revoked.
141 This appears to be spent. The prohibition in reg. 3 is superseded by an equivalent prohibition in S.I. No. 8 of 2013.
142 This SI ceases to have effect on 11 December 2016 as provided by reg. 1(2).
143 Repealed Mercantile Marine Act 1955 (29/1955), subject to commencement order.

36.5. Railways

Transport
  • none
3 & 4 Vict., c. 97
Transport
  • none
5 & 6 Vict., c. 55
Transport
  • none
7 & 8 Vict., c. 85
Transport
  • none
14 & 15 Vict., c. 64
Transport
  • none
14 & 15 Vict., c. 70
Transport
  • none
17 & 18 Vict., c. 31
Transport
  • none
23 & 24 Vict., c. 97
Transport
  • none
26 & 27 Vict., c. 92
Transport
  • none
27 & 28 Vict., c. 71
Transport
  • none
31 & 32 Vict., c. 70
Transport
  • none
36 & 37 Vict., c. 48
Transport
  • none
36 & 37 Vict., c. 76
Transport
  • none
52 & 53 Vict., c. 57
Transport 63 & 64 Vict., c. 27
Transport 31/1986
Transport
  • none
49/2012
Transport 55/2001
Transport 29/1924
Transport
  • none
25/1926
Transport
  • none
23/1931
Transport
  • none
3/1932
Transport
  • none
13/1932
Transport 9/1933
Transport 21/1944
Transport 21/1947
Transport 12/1950
Transport
  • none
25/1955
Transport
  • none
19/1958
Transport
  • none
17/1953
Transport 20/1958
Transport 31/1959
Transport
  • none
17/1963
Transport
  • none
30/1964
Transport
  • none
26/1966
Transport
  • none
31/1969
Transport
  • none
24/1970
Transport
  • none
14/1971
Transport
  • none
1/1974
Transport
  • none
34/1974
Transport
  • none
18/1979
Transport
  • none
23/1981
Transport
  • none
37/1983
Transport
  • none
15/1985
Transport
  • none
27/1987
Transport 31/2005
144 The enabling provision, Transport Act 1950 (12/1950), s. 14, was repealed by Transport (Re-Organisation of Córas Iompair Éireann) Act 1986 (31/1986), s. 5, commenced on enactment. However, in the Road Transport Act 1999 (15/1999), there is a later saver for orders in s. 18 (with section heading "Continuance of orders made under section 14 of Transport Act, 1950") which appears to apply to this order: (1) Notwithstanding the repeal of section 14 of the Transport Act, 1950 , by the Act of 1986, any order under the said section 14 that was in force immediately before the passing of the Act of 1986 shall continue in force, and shall be deemed always to have continued in force, on and after such passing as if made under section 25 of the Act of 1986 and may be amended or revoked accordingly, and anything purporting to have been done under any such order shall have effect accordingly. (2) In this section “the Act of 1986” means the Transport (Re-organisation of Córas Iompair éireann) Act, 1986. This provision was commenced by S.I. No. 264 of 1999.
145 Ibid., but the enabling provision is S.I. No. 366 of 1977, itself enabled by Transport Act 1950 (12/1950), s. 14.
146 Ibid.
147 Ibid.
148 Ibid.
149 Ibid.
150 The enabling provision is S.I. No. 381 of 1988, itself enabled by Transport (Re-organisation of Córas Iompair Éireann) Act 1986 (31/1986), s. 25.
151 The enabling provision, Transport Act 1963 (17/1963), s. 6, was repealed by Transport (Railway Infrastructure) Act 2001 (55/2001), s. 3(a), commenced on enactment. There is a saver for regulations in s. 4: (1) Any order made under the Act of 1963 or the Act of 1996 which is in force immediately before the repeal of those Acts shall continue in force as if made under this Act and subsections (6) to (11) of section 43 shall apply to such orders and references in those orders made under the Act of 1996 to the Board shall be construed as references to the Agency.
152 Ibid.
153 Ibid.
154 Ibid.
155 Ibid.
156 The enabling provision, Transport (Dublin Light Rail) Act 1996 (24/1996), s. 9, was repealed by Transport (Railway Infrastructure) Act 2001 (55/2001), ss. 3 (b), commenced on enactment. There is a saver for regulations in s. 4: (1) Any order made under the Act of 1963 or the Act of 1996 which is in force immediately before the repeal of those Acts shall continue in force as if made under this Act and subsections (6) to (11) of section 43 shall apply to such orders and references in those orders made under the Act of 1996 to the Board shall be construed as references to the Agency.
157 Ibid.
158

Made under Transport (Dublin Light Rail) Act 1996 (24/1996), repealed by 55/2001, s. 3(b).  There is a saver for regulations in s. 4: (1) Any order made under the Act of 1963 or the Act of 1996 which is in force immediately before the repeal of those Acts shall continue in force as if made under this Act and subsections (6) to (11) of section 43 shall apply to such orders and references in those orders made under the Act of 1996 to the Board shall be construed as references to the Agency.

159

Ibid.

160 The enabling provision, Transport Act 1963 (17/1963), s. 6, was repealed by Transport (Railway Infrastructure) Act 2001 (55/2001), s. 3(a), commenced on enactment. A saver in s. 4(3) of the 2001 Act provides that where an application for a railway works order is made before the repeal of the 1963 Act sections, those sections continue to have effect for such applications.  The Transport (Railway Infrastructure) Act 2001 was enacted on 23 December 2001. CIE made its application for railway works in Drogheda to the Minister on 12 December 2001, when ss. 2-11 of the Transport Act 1963 still applied to that application. 
161 This SI extends the completion date for the Luas A Line (Tallaght to Abbey Street) to 1 September 2004 by amending S.I. No. 59 of 1999. It therefore appears to be obsolete. The enabling provision, s. 43(7)(a) was substituted by Planning and Development (Strategic Infrastructure) Act 2006 (27/2006), s. 49 but this is probably not material as its function was spent. It should be revoked.
162 The enabling provision, Transport (Railway Infrastructure) Act 2001 (55/2001), s. 66(1) was substituted by the Railway Safety Act 2005 (31/2005), s. 134. This has not been commenced but these regulations will be continued in effect by s. 134(2). However, this SI appears to be superseded by S.I. No. 44 of 2012, and in that event should be revoked. Stated as superseded by S.I. No. 322 of 2015, art. 1.
163 The enabling provision, Transport (Railway Infrastructure) Act 2001 (55/2001), s. 66(1) was substituted by the Railway Safety Act 2005 (31/2005), s. 134. This has not been commenced but these regulations will be continued in effect by s. 134(2).
164 This SI makes changes to some details of the plan for the Luas A Line (Tallaght to Abbey Street) to 1 September 2004. Insofar as these changes have been made, it appears to be obsolete. The enabling provision, Transport (Railway Infrastructure) Act 2001 (55/2001), s. 43(7)(a) was substituted by Planning and Development (Strategic Infrastructure) Act 2006 (27/2006), s. 49, and the new version of s. 43 likewise empowers the Board to make a railway order, though not specifically to vary an existing order, which may arguably be taken to be implied.
165 Ibid.
166 The enabling provision, Transport (Railway Infrastructure) Act 2001 (55/2001), s. 43 was substituted by Planning and Development (Strategic Infrastructure) Act 2006 (27/2006), s. 49, and the new version of s. 43 likewise empowers the Board to make a railway order. The time limit for completion of the work was 5 years, and this SI may therefore be obsolete since 2009, and should be revoked.
167 This SI extends the completion date for the Luas A Line (Tallaght to Abbey Street) to 1 October 2004 by amending S.I. No. 59 of 1999. It therefore appears to be obsolete. The enabling provision, s. 43(7)(a) was substituted by Planning and Development (Strategic Infrastructure) Act 2006 (27/2006), s. 49 but this is probably not material as its function was spent. It should be revoked.
168 The enabling provision, Transport (Railway Infrastructure) Act 2001 (55/2001), s. 43(7)(a) was substituted by Planning and Development (Strategic Infrastructure) Act 2006 (27/2006), s. 49, and the new version of s. 43 likewise empowers the Board to make a railway order, though not specifically to vary an existing order.
169 Ibid.
170 This SI makes changes to some details of the plan for the Luas A Line (Tallaght to Abbey Street). Insofar as these changes have been made, it appears to be obsolete. The enabling provision, Transport (Railway Infrastructure) Act 2001 (55/2001), s. 43(7)(a) was substituted by Planning and Development (Strategic Infrastructure) Act 2006 (27/2006), s. 49, and the new version of s. 43 likewise empowers the Board to make a railway order, though not specifically to vary an existing order, which may arguably be taken to be implied.
171 The enabling provision, Transport (Railway Infrastructure) Act 2001 (55/2001), s. 43(7)(a) was substituted by Planning and Development (Strategic Infrastructure) Act 2006 (27/2006), s. 49, and the new version of s. 43 likewise empowers the Board to make a railway order, though not specifically to vary an existing order.
172 Stated as superseded by S.I. No. 322 of 2015, art. 1.
173 There is no reference to a section number as the enabling provision, which appears to be s. 10 (see also S.R.& O. No. 1 of 1925). This SI appears to be obsolete and should be revoked.
174 There is no reference to a section number as the enabling provision, which appears to be s. 3(3). This SI appears to be obsolete and should be revoked.
175 Ibid.
176 There is no reference to a section number as the enabling provision, which appears to be s. 5(3). This SI appears to be obsolete and should be revoked.
177 Ibid.
178 Ibid.
179 Ibid.
180 Ibid.
181 This SI appears to be obsolete and should be revoked.
182 Ibid.
183 Ibid.
184 Ibid.
185 Ibid.
186 Ibid.
187 Ibid.
188 This Act appears to be obsolete/spent.
189 The Sis made under this Act appear to be obsolete and should be revoked.
190 This Act and the SIs made under it appear to be obsolete and should be revoked.
191 This SI is probably obsolete. It should be reviewed on an agreed date and revoked when there is no possibility of its remaining in force.
192 Some of these SIs are also made under the Transport Act 1950 (12/1950) and the order in the preamble varies so some may appear under the Transport Act 1950.
193 The numerous SIs made under this Act and listed here appear to remain in force, although some by the fact of their age may be obsolete.
194 The enabling section, s. 14, was repealed by Transport (Re-Organisation of Córas Iompair Éireann) Act 1986 (31/1986), s. 5 but orders are continued under Road Transport Act 1999 (15/1999), ss. 18: (1) Notwithstanding the repeal of section 14 of the Transport Act, 1950 , by the Act of 1986, any order under the said section 14 that was in force immediately before the passing of the Act of 1986 shall continue in force, and shall be deemed always to have continued in force, on and after such passing as if made under section 25 of the Act of 1986 and may be amended or revoked accordingly, and anything purporting to have been done under any such order shall have effect accordingly.
195 Ibid.
196 Ibid.
197 Ibid.
198 Ibid.
199 Repealed by Great Northern Railway Act 1958, s. 6(2), to commence on dissolution of the Great Northern Railway Board under s. 20(2) of that Act by ministerial order. The Commission is not aware of such an order. The Act is probably obsolete.
200 This Act and the related SIs may already be obsolete or become obsolete with the passage of time. It would be useful to set a review date for repeal and revocation.
201 This Act and the related SIs may already be obsolete or become obsolete with the passage of time. It would be useful to set a review date for repeal and revocation.
202 This Act is amended by European Communities (Railway Safety) Regulations 2008 (S.I. No. 61 of 2008).
203 The enabling provisions are Railway Safety Act 2005 (31/2005), ss. 51(d), 55(3) and 69(3). Sections 51 and 55(3) are repealed by European Communities (Railway Safety) Regulations 2008 (S.I. No. 61 of 2008). Section 69(3), a general regulation making power, is still in force. This SI gives effect to an EC directive which remains in force.
204 The Levy regulations are made for a period of one year and then expire. The expired SI should be revoked.
205 Ibid.
206 Ibid.
207 Ibid.
208 Ibid.
209 Ibid.
210 Ibid.
211

Ibid.

36.6. Road Traffic, Road Transport and Public Transport

36.6.1. Regulation Generally: National Transport Authority and Road Safety Authority

Transport 212 14/1993
Transport 14/2015
Transport 14/2006
Transport
  • none
37/2009
Transport 16/2012
Transport 37/2013
Transport 13/2015
Transport 15/2008
Transport 3/2016
Transport
  • none
34/1987
Transport 16 & 17 Vict., c. 112
Transport 5/2018
212 Gaeltacht (in part): see S.I. No. 192 of 2011 and S.I. No. 195 of 2011.
213 Repealed a number of Acts including Local Government (Roads and Motorways) Act 1974 (6/1974). No SIs made under this Act remain in force to benefit from the saver in s. 5 of the 1993 Act. The commencement order for the 1974 Act ceased to have effect with the repeal of the Act and this should be noted by revocation.
214 Responsibility for these bye-laws lies with Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council and not the Department.
215 The Department notes that the SI requires updating due to amendments made by European Communities (Public Participation) Regulations 2010 (S.I. No. 352 of 2010, made 13.07.2010) to one of the enabling provisions in the primary legislation, s. 48, inserting new paras. 48(a)(iv) and 48(a)(v). These changes need to be reflected in an amended Form No. 2 (Regulation 4) in Schedule 2, which sets down the form of the prescribed notice for the purposes of section 48(a).
216 Repealed Road Transport Act 1932 (2/1932).
217

Repealed Taxi Regulation Act 2003 (25/2003), with SIs continued in force under s. 67(2).

218 The enabling provision is Road Traffic Act 1961 (24/1961), s. 84 which was substituted with a saver by the Road Traffic Act 2002 (12/2002), ss. 15: (2) Bye-laws under section 84 of the Principal Act in force immediately before the commencement of this section shall continue in force after such commencement as if made under section 84 (as inserted by this Act) of the Principal Act and may be amended or revoked accordingly. Taxi Regulation Act 2013 (38/2013), s. 4(a) repealed s. 84 and s. 25(18) provides for continuation under that section: (18) Bye-laws under section 84 (as amended by section 29 of the Road Traffic Act 2004 ) of the Act of 1961 which are in force immediately before the commencement of this section continue in force after such commencement as if made under this section and may be amended or revoked accordingly. The same applies to the SIs listed below.
219 This is the Establishment Order for the Advisory Council to the Commission for Taxi Regulation, made under Taxi Regulation Act 2003 (25/2003), s. 53 and maintained in force on repeal of the 2003 Act by s. 67(2) of the 2013 Act. The Commission for Taxi Regulation was dissolved by the Public Transport Regulation Act 2009 (37/2009), s. 31, commenced by S.I. No. 614 of 2010. On the date of dissolution (1.01.2011), this body became known as the Committee. This SI is obsolete and should be revoked.
220

Continued in force by 37/2013, s. 67(2).

221

Continued in force by 37/2013, s. 67(2).

222 The SIs made under this Act appear to be obsolete and should be revoked. The Commission is not aware if this Act is still in use; if not, it should be repealed. Rules for horse drawn carriages now in force are Control of Horse Drawn Carriages Bye-Laws 2011 made by Dublin City Council under Local Government Act 2001 (37/2001), Part 19.

36.6.2. Road Traffic

Transport 10 & 11 Geo. 5, c. 72
Transport 34/2007
Local Gov 38/2007
Transport 24/1961
Transport 25/1968
Transport 14/1975
Transport
  • none
16/1984
Transport 7/1994
Transport
  • none
23/1998
Transport 12/2002
Transport 44/2004
Transport 23/2006
Transport
  • none
28/2006
Transport 25/2010
Transport 7/2011
Transport 28/2011
Transport 3/2014
Transport
  • none
39/2014
Transport 21/2016
Transport 18/2018
223 This Act, ss. 2 and 3, established the Road Fund; these sections were repealed by Finance Act 1978 (21/1978), s. 50. S.I. No. 230 of 1980 was made under s. 50(4) of the 1978 Act, and made provision for winding up the Road Fund. It appears to be obsolete and should be revoked.
224 The enabling provision is s. 12, a general regulation making provision. It was amended by Local Government (Roads Functions) Act 2007 (38/2007), s. 2(1) with a saver for regulations made under s. 12 in s. 2(3), and the amendments were commenced by S.I. No. 793 of 2007, art. 2.
225 The enabling provision is not specified but is assumed to be s. 12, a general regulation making provision. It was amended by Local Government (Roads Functions) Act 2007 (38/2007), s. 2(1) with a saver for regulations made under s. 12 in s. 2(3), and the amendments were commenced by S.I. No. 793 of 2007, art. 2.
226 Ibid.
227 The enabling provision is s. 12, a general regulation making provision. It was amended by Local Government (Roads Functions) Act 2007 (38/2007), s. 2(1) with a saver for regulations made under s. 12 in s. 2(3), and the amendments were commenced by S.I. No. 793 of 2007, art. 2.
228 Ibid.
229 Ibid.
230 Ibid.
231 Ibid.
232 Ibid.
233 Ibid.
234 Ibid.
235 Ibid.
236 Ibid.
237 Ibid.
238 Ibid.
239 Ibid.
240 Ibid.
241 Ibid.
242 Ibid.
243 Ibid.
244 Ibid.
245 Ibid.
246 Ibid.
247 Ibid. A further enabling provision is s. 5 of the 1920 Act.
248 Ibid.
249 Ibid.
250 Ibid.
251 Ibid.
252 Ibid.
253 Ibid.
254 Ibid.
255 Ibid.
256 Ibid.
257 Ibid.
258 Ibid.
259 The enabling provision is s. 12, a general regulation making provision. It was amended by Local Government (Roads Functions) Act 2007 (38/2007), s. 2(1) with a saver for regulations made under s. 12 in s. 2(3), and the amendments were commenced by S.I. No. 793 of 2007, art. 2.
260 Ibid. A further enabling provision is s. 5 of the 1920 Act.
261 Also listed at 6.3.11.
262 The Road Traffic Act 1933 (11/1933) was repealed by Road Traffic Act 1961 (24/1961), s. 10 and sch. 1, with a saver for regulations in s. 10: (2) Orders, regulations, bye-laws and rules made under any enactment repealed by this Act and in force at the commencement of this section shall continue in force and be regarded as having been made under the corresponding provision of this Act, and they shall be capable of being amended or revoked accordingly, and documents issued under any such order, regulation, bye-law or rule and in force at such commencement shall continue in force for the purposes of this Act. The pre-1961 instruments listed here therefore appear to be still in force.
263 This body appears to no longer exist in which case this SI is obsolete and should be revoked.
264 It is likely this SI is obsolete and should be revoked.
265 Superseded by Road Traffic Act 2010 (25/2010), s. 87(1), S.I. No. 543 of 2011, as amended (27.03.2013) by Road Safety Authority (Commercial Vehicle Roadworthiness) Act 2012 (16/2012), s. 48(b), commenced by S.I. No. 105 of 2013, this SI is obsolete and should be revoked.
266 This SI sets out the procedure for making bye-laws under the 1933 Act, repealed in 1961. This SI is obsolete and should be revoked.
267 It is likely this SI is obsolete and should be revoked.
268 Ibid.
269 Ibid.
270 This SI amends S.R.& O. No. 150 of 1934, revoked by S.I. No. 190 of 1963. It is therefore obsolete and should be revoked.
271 Ibid.
272 It is likely this SI is obsolete and should be revoked.
273 It is likely this SI is obsolete and should be revoked.
274 This SI amends S.R.& O. No. 150 of 1934, revoked by S.I. No. 190 of 1963. It is therefore obsolete and should be revoked.
275 This SI appears to be superseded by later legislation culminating in Taxi Regulation Act 2013 (37/2013) and related legislation, and should be revoked.
276 Ibid.
277 The enabling legislation included Road Traffic Act 1933 (11/1933), s. 67, which was repealed Road Traffic Act 1961, s. 10(1) and sch. 1, with continuance in effect of existing regulations by s. 10(2). Part III of this SI was revoked by by S.I. No. 409 of 1992, reg. 3(1). The regulations (other than art. 18) except in so far as they relate to trade licences and post office vehicles were revoked by S.I. No. 311 of 1982, art. 1(3) and sch. 1 and art. 18 was also separately revoked by S.I. No. 311 of. The regulations appear to remain in force in relation to trade licences and post office vehicles.
278 These regulations are made under Road Traffic Act 1961 (24/1961), ss. 5, 6(1), 6(3), 84(3), 84(4), 90(7). Sections 5 and 6 are still in force. Section 84 was substituted with a saver for regulations by Road Traffic Act 2002 (12/2002), s. 15: (2) Bye-laws under section 84 of the Principal Act in force immediately before the commencement of this section shall continue in force after such commencement as if made under section 84 (as inserted by this Act) of the Principal Act and may be amended or revoked accordingly. Section 90 was repealed with a saver for regulations by the Road Traffic Act 1994 (7/1994), s. 1: (2) Regulations, bye-laws and temporary rules made under a provision or enactment referred to in subsection (1) and in force immediately before the commencement of this section shall continue in force and be deemed to be regulations or, as the case may be, bye-laws made under the corresponding provision of this Act, and they shall be capable of being amended or revoked accordingly, and documents issued under or in accordance with any regulations, bye-laws or temporary rules as aforesaid and in force immediately before such commencement shall continue in force for the purposes of this Act. Temporary rules under ss. 84 and 90 were limited to a period of one year by s. 84(3)(c) and s. 90(7)(b)(iii). They appear to have ceased to be in effect and should be revoked to clarify their status.
279 The enabling provisions are Road Traffic Act 1961 (24/1961), ss. 5 and 82. Section 82 was substituted with a saver by Taxi Regulation Act 2003 (25/2003), s. 52: (2) Regulations made by the Minister under section 82 of the Act of 1961 in relation to the control and operation of small public service vehicles which are in force immediately before the commencement of this section shall continue in force and may be amended or revoked by the Commission, with the consent of the Minister. On repeal of the 2003 Act by Taxi Regulation Act 2013 (38/2013), s. 4, "regulations made by the Minister under section 82 of the Act of 1961 in relation to the control and operation of small public service vehicles which are in force immediately before the commencement of this section may be amended or revoked by the Authority" in accordance with s. 67(1).
280 Ibid.
281 This SI amends S.I. No. 18 of 1963 which was revoked by S.I. No. 194 of 1992. It is therefore obsolete and should be revoked.
282 Ibid.
283 Ibid.
284 This SI is superseded by S.I. No. 293 of 2002 and should be revoked.
285 The enabling sections are Road Traffic Act 1961 (24/1961), ss. 5, 45 and 46. Section 5 is a general regulation making provision and is in force. Section 45 was repealed by Road Traffic Act 2004 (44/2004), s. 14. Section 46 was substituted by Road Traffic Act 1994 (7/1994), s. 33, subject to a saver for regulations in force at the time of the substitution in subs. (6), which were continued in force under that section. Section 46 was repealed by Road Traffic Act 2004 (44/2004), s. 14, subject to continuation in force by s. 12(1) of bye-laws. This SI is not such a bye-law and continues to be enabled by s. 5 of the 1961 Act.
286 The enabling sections are Road Traffic Act 1961 (24/1961), ss. 5 and 46. Section 5 is a general regulation making provision and is in force. Section 46 was substituted by Road Traffic Act 1994 (7/1994), s. 33, subject to a saver for regulations in force at the time of the substitution in subs. (6), which were continued in force under that section. Section 46 was repealed by Road Traffic Act 2004 (44/2004), s. 14, subject to continuation in force by s. 12(1) of bye-laws. This SI is not such a bye-law and continues to be enabled by s. 5 of the 1961 Act.
287 The enabling provisions, Road Traffic Act 1961 (24/1961), ss. 5 and 82, remain in force. Section 82(1) was substituted by Taxi Regulation Act 2003 (25/2003), s. 52(1) subject to a saver in subs. (2): (2) Regulations made by the Minister under section 82 of the Act of 1961 in relation to the control and operation of small public service vehicles which are in force immediately before the commencement of this section shall continue in force and may be amended or revoked by the Commission, with the consent of the Minister.
288 Ibid.
289 Ibid.
290 Ibid.
291 Ibid.
292 Ibid.
293 The enabling sections are Road Traffic Act 1961 (24/1961), ss. 5, 45 and 46. Section 5 is a general regulation making provision and is in force. Section 45 was repealed by Road Traffic Act 2004 (44/2004), s. 14. Section 46 was substituted by Road Traffic Act 1994 (7/1994), s. 33, subject to a saver for regulations in force at the time of the substitution in subs. (6), which were continued in force under that section. Section 46 was repealed by Road Traffic Act 2004 (44/2004), s. 14, subject to continuation in force by s. 12(1) of bye-laws. This SI is not such a bye-law and continues to be enabled by s. 5 of the 1961 Act.
294 Ibid.
295 Ibid.
296 Ibid.
297 The enabling sections are Road Traffic Act 1961 (24/1961), ss. 5, 45 and 46. Section 5 is a general regulation making provision and is in force. Section 45 was repealed by Road Traffic Act 2004 (44/2004), s. 14. Section 46 was substituted by Road Traffic Act 1994 (7/1994), s. 33, subject to a saver for regulations in force at the time of the substitution in subs. (6), which were continued in force under that section. Section 46 was repealed by Road Traffic Act 2004 (44/2004), s. 14, subject to continuation in force by s. 12(1) of bye-laws. This SI is not such a bye-law and continues to be enabled by s. 5 of the 1961 Act.
298 Ibid.
299 Ibid.
300 Ibid.
301 Ibid.
302 Ibid.
303 Ibid.
304 Ibid.
305 Ibid.
306 The enabling sections are Road Traffic Act 1961 (24/1961), ss. 5 and 45. Section 5 is a general regulation making provision and is in force. Section 45 was repealed by Road Traffic Act 2004 (44/2004), s. 14. This SI continues to be enabled by s. 5.
307 The enabling sections are Road Traffic Act 1961 (24/1961), ss. 5, 45 and 46. Section 5 is a general regulation making provision and is in force. Section 45 was repealed by Road Traffic Act 2004 (44/2004), s. 14. Section 46 was substituted by Road Traffic Act 1994 (7/1994), s. 33, subject to a saver for regulations in force at the time of the substitution in subs. (6), which were continued in force under that section. Section 46 was repealed by Road Traffic Act 2004 (44/2004), s. 14, subject to continuation in force by s. 12(1) of bye-laws. This SI is not such a bye-law and continues to be enabled by s. 5 of the 1961 Act.
308 Ibid.
309 Ibid.
310 Ibid.
311 Ibid.
312 Ibid.
313 Ibid.
314 Ibid.
315 Ibid.
316 Ibid.
317 Ibid.
318 Ibid.
319 Ibid.
320 Ibid.
321 Ibid.
322 Ibid.
323 Ibid.
324 Ibid.
325 Ibid.
326 Ibid.
327 Ibid.
328 Ibid.
329 Ibid.
330 Ibid.
331 Ibid.
332 Ibid.
333 Ibid.
334 The enabling sections are Road Traffic Act 1961 (24/1961), ss. 5 and 46. Section 5 is a general regulation making provision and is still in force. Section 46 was substituted by Road Traffic Act 1994 (7/1994), s. 33, subject to a saver for regulations in force at the time of the substitution in subs. (6), which were continued in force under that section. Section 46 was repealed by Road Traffic Act 2004 (44/2004), s. 14, subject to continuation in force by s. 12(1) of bye-laws. This SI is not such a bye-law and continues to be enabled by s. 5 of the 1961 Act.
335 The enabling sections are Road Traffic Act 1961 (24/1961), ss. 5 and 45. Section 5 is a general regulation making provision and is still in force. Section 45 was repealed by Road Traffic Act 2004 (44/2004), s. 14.
336 The enabling provisions are Road Traffic Act 1961 (24/1961), ss. 5, 86, 95 and 96, of which ss. 5, 95 and 96 remain in force.
337 The enabling provisions are Road Traffic Act 1961 (24/1961) ss. 5, 103. Section 5 remains in force. Section 103 is repealed by Road Traffic Act 2010 (25/2010), ss. 1(2), 49(a), not commenced to date.
338 Ibid.
339 The enabling provisions are Local Authorities (Traffic Wardens) Act 1975 (14/1975), ss. 3(8) and 6. Section 3 was substituted by Road Traffic Act 2002 (12/2002), s. 12(1) with provision to continue regulations in force in subs. (3). Section 6 remains in force.
340 Ibid.
341 The enabling provision is Local Authorities (Traffic Wardens) Act 1975 (14/1975), s. 3. Section 3 was substituted by Road Traffic Act 2002 (12/2002), s. 12(1) with provision to continue regulations in force in subs. (3).
342 Ibid.
343 Ibid.
344 The original enabling provisions were Road Traffic Act 1961 (24/1961), ss. 86 and 88. Section 86 was repealed (10.01.2013) by Road Traffic Act 2002 (12/2002), s. 25(2), S.I. No. 12 of 2013. Section 88 was repealed (1.09.1968) by Road Traffic Act 1968 (25/1968), s. 5 subject to transitional provisions in s. 60(4), S.I. No. 169 of 1968. Any existing bye-laws made under s. 88 were continued in force under Road Traffic Act 1968 (25/1968), s. 60(4). Section 60 was repealed by Road Traffic Act 1994 (7/1994), s. 4(1), commenced by S.I. No. 180 of 1997. Existing bye-laws were continued in force by s. 4(2) of the 1994 Act: (2) Regulations, bye-laws and temporary rules made under a provision or enactment referred to in subsection (1) and in force immediately before the commencement of this section shall continue in force and be deemed to be regulations or, as the case may be, bye-laws made under the corresponding provision of this Act, and they shall be capable of being amended or revoked accordingly, and documents issued under or in accordance with any regulations, bye-laws or temporary rules as aforesaid and in force immediately before such commencement shall continue in force for the purposes of this Act.
345 The enabling provisions are Road Traffic Act 1961 (24/1961), ss. 5 and 90. Section 5 remains in force and s. 90 was repealed by Road Traffic Act 1994 (7/1994), s. 4, with provision in subs. (2) for continuation in force of any regulations then in force. The SI is classified under the 1994 Act because it deals with parking under Part VI.
346

The enabling provision is Road Traffic Act 1961 (24/1961), s. 90(3)(b). Section 90 was repealed by Road Traffic Act 1994 (7/1994), s. 4, with provision in subs. (2) for continuation in force of any regulations, bye-law or rules then in force. 

347

Ibid.  This SI appears to be superseded by S.I. No. 198 of 1989, and should be revoked.

348 The enabling provisions are Road Traffic Act 1961 (24/1961), ss. 89 and 90, both repealed by Road Traffic Act 1994 (7/1994), s. 4, with provision in subs. (2) for continuation in force of any bye-laws then in force.
349 Ibid.
350 Ibid.
351 Ibid.
352 Ibid.
353 Ibid.
354 Ibid.
355 Ibid.
356 Ibid.
357 Ibid.
358 Ibid.
359 Ibid.
360 Ibid.
361 Ibid.
362 Ibid.
363 Ibid.
364 Ibid.
365 Ibid.
366 Ibid.
367 Ibid.
368 Ibid.
369 Ibid.
370 Ibid.
371 Ibid.
372 The enabling provisions are Road Traffic Act 1961 (24/1961), s. 5 and Road Traffic (Amendment) Act 1978 (19/1978), s. 26. Section 5 is a general regulation making power and is still in force. The 1978 Act was repealed by Road Traffic Act 1994 (7/1994), s. 4, with provision in subs. (2) for continuation in force of any regulations then in force. The SI is classified under the 1994 Act because it provides for analysis of specimens in s. 19.
373

The enabling provision is Road Traffic Act 1961 (24/1961), s. 90(3)(b). Section 90 was repealed by Road Traffic Act 1994 (7/1994), s. 4, with provision in subs. (2) for continuation in force of any rules then in force. 

374 The enabling provision is Road Traffic Act 1961 (24/1961), s. 90. Section 90 was repealed by Road Traffic Act 1994 (7/1994), s. 4, with provision in subs. (2) for continuation in force of any bye-laws then in force.
375 The enabling provision is Road Traffic Act 1961 (24/1961), s. 90. Section 90 was repealed by Road Traffic Act 1994 (7/1994), s. 4, with provision in subs. (2) for continuation in force of any bye-laws then in force.
376 The enabling provision is Road Traffic Act 1961 (24/1961), s. 90. Section 90 was repealed by Road Traffic Act 1994 (7/1994), s. 4, with provision in subs. (2) for continuation in force of any temporary rules then in force. Temporary rules under s. 90 were limited to a period of one year by subs. (7)(b)(iii). They appear to have ceased to be in effect and should be revoked to clarify their status. They appear to be superseded by S.I. No. 317 of 1989.
377 The enabling provision is Road Traffic Act 1961 (24/1961), s. 90(3)(b). Section 90 was repealed by Road Traffic Act 1994 (7/1994), s. 4, with provision in subs. (2) for continuation in force of any temporary rules then in force. These Rules do not appear to be temporary rules. They were finally amended (1.09.1992) by S.I. No. 235 of 1992, but appear to have ceased to have effect on repeal of their enabling provision. They should be revoked and replaced if necessary.
378 The enabling provision is Road Traffic Act 1961 (24/1961), s. 90. Section 90 was repealed by Road Traffic Act 1994 (7/1994), s. 4, with provision in subs. (2) for continuation in force of any temporary rules then in force. In accordance with subs. (7)(b)(iii), temporary rules expire after one year unless previously revoked. They therefore appear to have ceased to have effect and should be revoked to clarify their status.
379 The enabling provisions are Road Traffic Act 1961 (24/1961), ss. 89 and 90, both repealed by Road Traffic Act 1994 (7/1994), s. 4, with provision in subs. (2) for continuation in force of any bye-laws then in force.
380 The enabling provision is Road Traffic Act 1961 (24/1961), s. 90. Section 90 was repealed by Road Traffic Act 1994 (7/1994), s. 4, with provision in subs. (2) for continuation in force of any bye-laws then in force.
381 Ibid.
382 Ibid.
383

The enabling provision is Road Traffic Act 1961 (24/1961), s. 90(3)(b). Section 90 was repealed by Road Traffic Act 1994 (7/1994), s. 4, with provision in subs. (2) for continuation in force of any regulations, bye-laws or rules then in force. 

384 The enabling provisions are Road Traffic Act 1961 (24/1961), ss. 89 and 90, both repealed by Road Traffic Act 1994 (7/1994), s. 4, with provision in subs. (2) for continuation in force of any bye-laws then in force.
385 Ibid.
386 The enabling provision is Road Traffic Act 1961 (24/1961), s. 90. Section 90 was repealed by Road Traffic Act 1994 (7/1994), s. 4, with provision in subs. (2) for continuation in force of any temporary rules then in force. In accordance with subs. (7)(b)(iii), temporary rules expire after one year unless previously revoked. They therefore appear to have ceased to have effect and should be revoked to clarify their status.
387 Ibid.
388 The enabling provisions are Road Traffic Act 1961 (24/1961), ss. 89 and 90, both repealed by Road Traffic Act 1994 (7/1994), s. 4, with provision in subs. (2) for continuation in force of any bye-laws then in force.
389 The enabling provision is Road Traffic Act 1961 (24/1961), s. 90. Section 90 was repealed by Road Traffic Act 1994 (7/1994), s. 4, with provision in subs. (2) for continuation in force of any temporary rules then in force. In accordance with s. 90(7)(b)(iii), temporary rules expire after one year unless previously revoked. They therefore appear to have ceased to have effect and should be revoked to clarify their status.
390 The enabling provisions are Road Traffic Act 1961 (24/1961), ss. 89 and 90, both repealed by Road Traffic Act 1994 (7/1994), s. 4, with provision in subs. (2) for continuation in force of any temporary rules then in force. In accordance with s. 89(4)(c) and s. 90(7)(b)(iii), temporary rules expire after one year unless previously revoked. They therefore appear to have ceased to have effect and should be revoked to clarify their status.
391 Ibid.
392 The enabling provisions are Road Traffic Act 1961 (24/1961), ss. 5 and 90. Section 5 remains in force and s. 90 was repealed by Road Traffic Act 1994 (7/1994), s. 4, with provision in subs. (2) for continuation in force of any regulations then in force. The SI is classified under the 1994 Act because it deals with parking under Part VI.
393 The enabling provisions are Road Traffic Act 1961 (24/1961), ss. 89 and 90, both repealed by Road Traffic Act 1994 (7/1994), s. 4, with provision in subs. (2) for continuation in force of any bye-laws then in force.
394

The enabling provisions, ss. 18 and 19, are repealed by Road Traffic Act 2010 (25/2010), s. 33(c), not commenced (April 2018).

395 Ibid.
396 Repealed Road Traffic Act 2003 (37/2003). The commencement order for the 2003 Act, S.I. No. 647 of 2003, is obsolete and should be revoked.

36.6.3. Pubic Transport and Road Transport

Transport 37/2009
Transport 8/1933
Transport
  • none
17/1934
Transport
  • none
23/1935
Transport
  • none
21/1955
Transport 19/1958
Transport
  • none
40/1959
Transport 8/1971
Transport 8/1978
Transport 16/1986
Transport 15/1999
Transport 28/2006
Transport 31/2011
397 Repealed Road Transport Act 1932 (2/1932): see S.I. No. 466 of 2009 and S.I. No. 566 of 2010.
398 The enabling section is s. 47(2). This provision (included in Part IV) was repealed by Transport Act 1944 (21/1944), s. 5 and sch. 1. The repeal commenced on enactment and there appears to be no saver for regulations. It therefore appears that this SI is not in force and it should be revoked.
399 The substantive provisions of these regulations, regs. 2 and 3, were substituted by S.I. No. 277 of 1982, reg. 3. They are obsolete and should be revoked.
400 These regulations amend S.I. No. 69 of 1955 which was revoked by S.I. No. 141 of 1994. They are obsolete and should be revoked.
401 The enabling sections are 6, 30 and 34. The latter two sections were repealed by Road Transport Act 1999 (15/1999), s. 23 and sch., and the SI remains in force under s. 6.
402 The enabling provision, Transport Act 1958 (19/1958), s. 27 was repealed by Road Transport Act 1999 (15/1999), s. 23 and sch. There is no saver for regulations. The repeal is not commenced.
403 The enabling provision is Road Transport Act 1978 (8/1978), s. 5(1). Section 5(1) has been substituted twice, by Dublin Transport Authority Act 1986 (15/1986), s. 29(8) (not commenced) and by Road Transport Act 1999 (15/1999), s. 10(1)(a), (2), commenced by S.I. No. 264 of 1999. The latter has a saver for orders made under s. 5(1) in s. 10(2).
404 Ibid.
405 The enabling provision is Road Transport Act 1978 (8/1978), s. 5. Section 5(1) has been substituted twice, by Dublin Transport Authority Act 1986 (15/1986), s. 29(8) (not commenced) and by Road Transport Act 1999 (15/1999), s. 10(1)(a), (2), commenced by S.I. No. 264 of 1999. The latter has a saver for orders made under s. 5(1) in s. 10(2).
406 Ibid.
407 Ibid.
408 Ibid.
409 Ibid.
410 Ibid.
411 Ibid.
412 Ibid.
413 Ibid.
414 Ibid.
415 Ibid.
416 Ibid.
417 Ibid.
418 Ibid.
419 Ibid.

36.7. ECA Section 3 Statutory Instruments

Foreign 27/1972
420

Rendered obsolete by repeal of Motor Vehicles (Registration of Importers) Act 1968 (No. 15 of 1968)

421

Rendered obsolete by revocation of S.I. No. 558 of 1998.