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Minister Donohoe & National Transport Authority announce shortlist of project options to address future transport needs in Fingal/North Dublin

Public views on 6 shortlisted options sought by January 19th As part of a review of future transport needs in Fingal/North Dublin, the Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Paschal Donohoe TD, today (Monday) announced a short-list of six project options to serve one of the fastest-growing regions in the country, encompassing Swords and Dublin…

Minister Jan O’Sullivan launches Coca-Cola Zero Bikes in Limerick

Limerick’s David Wallace Urges City to Get Cycling   Minister for Education and Skills Jan O’Sullivan TD, was today (Monday, December 8) joined by Cllr Maria Byrne, Deputy Mayor of Limerick City and Council, Hugh Creegan, Deputy CEO of the National Transport Authority and Frank O’Donnell, General Manager of Coca-Cola HBC Ireland and Northern Ireland…

Operation ‘Open City’ launched in Dublin

Gardaí and key transport bodies facilitate traffic movements in Dublin – until December 24th 2014 The aim of Dublin’s seasonal traffic management campaign, Operation Open City, is to help people get about their day’s business, and enjoy the seasonal festivities, by facilitating the movement of public transport in Dublin and minimising traffic disruption to the…

New Public Transport contracts signed between National Transport Authority and Dublin Bus, Bus Éireann

The National Transport Authority has published its 2014-2019 contracts with Dublin Bus and Bus Éireann, which set out the service, performance and reporting standards which the operators are obliged to deliver in return for their state subsidy payments between now and 2019. Please click here for full details of the Dublin Bus Contract Please click…

Real Time Passenger Information Update

Real Time Passenger Information (RTPI) will not be available on Saturday 29th Nov from 7.00 to 19.00. A system upgrade is taking place during this period and no real time information will be available on street signs, the real time web site (RTPI.ie) or the Transport for Ireland Real Time app. during this period. No…

Minister Paschal Donohoe launches Coca-Cola Zero bikes in Galway

Coca-Cola Zero Bikes rolled out with the help of Hector Ó hEochagáin Bikes will go live in Limerick on December 8th & Cork on December 18th Galway, 24th November 2014 – Minister for Transport Tourism and Sport, Paschal Donohoe TD, was today (Monday) joined by Hugh Creegan, Deputy CEO of the National Transport Authority, Frank…

Timetable Changes on Route 828

Increased service provision at  Abbeyleix, Durrow, Culahill, Johnstown New stops proposed to be added at Horse and Jockey and Littleton Improved local connectivity along Route Improved connection times to Dublin and Cork services at Cashel and Portlaoise The National Transport Authority has today (November 18) announced revised Route 828 (Cashel-Urlingford-Portlaoise) public bus services.  The changes…

Consultation on moving to a Wheelchair Accessible Licensed Bus Sector

The National Transport Authority today (November 18) launched a public consultation on ways to support the transition to a wheelchair accessible licensed bus and coach sector. The responses to this consultation paper will assist the Authority in carrying out its regulatory role in the provision of licensed public transport services by commercial bus and coach…

The Coca-Cola Zero Bikes are coming to Galway, Cork and Limerick – Launch dates announced!

Pre-register on www.bikeshare.ie to avail of 50% discount 11th November 2014 – The National Transport Authority has today announced further details for the http://www.daft.ie/sales/19-annaly-close-ongar-dublin/939087/ Bikes regional scheme which will go live over the coming weeks. Galway will launch on Monday 24th November, followed by Limerick on 8th December and Cork on 18th December. The National Transport Authority…

Public Consultation on Taxi Fares and Regulations

Pursuant to section 24 of the Taxi Regulation Act 2013, the National Transport Authority proposes to make a new maximum fares order, to replace the current maximum fares order, detailing the maximum fare that may be charged by a driver of a taxi. A review of national taxi fares has been undertaken to date on…