From today (August 15) the National Transport Authority’s popular Journey Planner tool gives users REAL TIME arrival information for Iarnród Éireann and Luas services. Bus users have been able to access Real Time information on the Journey Planner for the past number of months. People using the Journey Planner on their desktops, on iPhones, Android…
The National Transport Authority is pleased to announce that the Route 975 Cavan-Arvagh-Longford bus service commenced today, 7th August 2014. The service operates along the R198 Cavan Longford road and provides an economic and socially necessary transport link for local communities. The service provides two return trips between Cavan and Longford and one return…
Cheaper Leap fares for 16, 17 and 18 year olds from August 1st 10,000 Child Leap Cards available free – while stocks last – at www.ChildLeapCard.ie July 28, 2014 The National Transport Authority has waived the standard €3 deposit charge on 10,000 Child Leap Cards – now available on its dedicated website www.ChildLeapCard.ie – in order to make…
Luas Cross City will open up lots of the city’s places of culture, fashion, food, history and leisure to more people, by making them easier to get to. This Infographic shows more.
This is the second private operator to whom the Authority has awarded a Public Service Obligation contract (ie covered by state subsidy) – for the provision of bus services which are socially necessary but financially unviable.
Schemes will launch to the public this autumn – bikes have striking red-and-black design and automatic gear-change.
View the infographic with statistics and interesting information on the first 10 years of Luas.
Annual event encourages regular cyclists to team up with a novice cyclist and clock up points over a three week period. Participants were awarded points for social and leisure cycles with extra points awarded for cycling on the commute.
Opening to applicants in early July, the scheme will offer grants, nationwide, of up to €10,000 for the purchase or conversion of a new WAV – and a sliding scale, with lesser monies being available for older cars. Cars older than 6 years will not qualify for grant support under this scheme.
The National Transport Authority are making a presentation to the Oireachtas Committee on Transport this morning, the two particular areas of our activity upon which the Committee wishes to focus are the construction of Luas Cross City and plans for transport infrastructure.