Launched on iPhones and Androids in 2012, the National Journey Planner App has been downloaded over 185,000 times. Every month, it handles some 3 million requests for information, including some 75,000 trip requests.
Plan to increase region’s cycle network 5-fold in length, to 2,840 kilometres.
Cork scheme to include child/student cards and Irish Rail services later this year.
Major awareness campaign launched across 1,000 sites, City Council, Transport Sector and Immigrant Council of Ireland stand up to racism.
Launched at the construction site at the Rosie Hackett Bridge, which will take south-bound trams across the Liffey when the Luas Cross City opens for operations in 2017.
The National Transport Authority has published its first Bulletin on Taxi Statistics for Ireland.
There are five categories of Small Public Service Vehicles (SPSVs) currently operating in Ireland:
Latest in series of National Transport Authority Statistical Bulletins. The data are drawn from the 38 licensed commercial bus operators who are active in the region and relate to the full-year 2012.
Presentation on Small Public Service Vehicle (Consolidation and Reform) Draft Regulations 2014 which have recently been the subject of public consultation.
Since the Railway Order for Luas Cross City was granted in 2012, the National Transport Authority has been leading a consultative process to explore feasible options for a Northbound stop on Dawson Street.