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New Public Transport Timetables to Take Effect Starting Monday

  Today the National Transport Authority announced that operators of most subsidised public transport services are to move to a new schedule of services on a phased basis from Monday March 30. Revised timetables for Iarnród Éireann will come into effect on Monday March 30, while those for Dublin Bus, Go-Ahead Ireland and Bus Éireann,… [more]

Local Link evening services on Door to Door routes (DRT) are suspended, effective immediately

  Local Link evening services on Door to Door routes (DRT) are being suspended, effective immediately. These resources will instead be redeployed, where practical, to the delivery of community support service for passengers who need medical and food supplies within rural areas, in particular the elderly, the vulnerable and the sick. In line with the… [more]

COVID-19 Information in Multiple Languages

  Translated resources to help share the messaging about coronavirus (COVID-19) in various languages. These posters are available for download and printing. [more]

COVID-19 – Passenger Numbers on Public Transport Services

Passenger numbers on subsidised public transport services are down significantly when compared with the equivalent week in 2019, but the National Transport Authority (NTA) has confirmed that in the vast majority of cases, services provided by Iarnród Éireann, Dublin Bus, Bus Éireann, Go-Ahead Ireland, Luas and Local Link continue to operate as normal throughout the… [more]

COVID-19 Service Information update

  Last updated: 11:30 on 30/03/20 New Public Health Measures announced by the Irish Government on Friday 27th March. To prevent further spread of COVID- 19 the Government of Ireland have introduced new Public Health Measures including the restriction of public transport to essential travel only, which is for the purposes of buying food or… [more]

COVID-19 Information

Full public transport services are continuing to operate, other than a limited number of commercial services. Last updated 6.10pm 13/3/20 The National Transport Authority has today engaged with all public transport operators and can confirm that public transport services continue to operate as normal throughout the country bar a limited number of commercial services. Iarnród… [more]

Six New Local Link Community Car Schemes Announced for Cork, Kerry, Longford, Offaly and Mayo

Today he National Transport Authority announced six new Local Link Community Car schemes in counties Cork, Kerry, Longford, Offaly and Mayo. The schemes provide grant aid for a programme for up to 15 community transport service projects over a 12-month period, with the key aim of providing a community transport service that is accessible to… [more]

Revised Transport Strategy for Cork Published

  The National Transport Authority (NTA), in association with Cork City Council and Cork County Council, and in collaboration with Transport Infrastructure Ireland, has today published a Transport Strategy for the Cork Metropolitan Area. The Strategy provides a framework for the planning and delivery of transport infrastructure and services in the Cork Metropolitan Area over… [more]

NTA Launches Second Round Consultation on the Core Bus Corridor Projects

Preferred Route Options for 16 Core Bus Corridors included in second round consultation Revisions ensure 42% reduction in properties impacted by the plans Majority of landmark trees in historic areas of Dublin no longer impacted     The National Transport Authority (NTA) has today launched the second round of public consultation on the sixteen core bus… [more]

Pilot Evening and Night-Time Local Link Services to Become Permanent

  The National Transport Authority (NTA) has released its report on the Rural Transport-funded evening and night-time services for the year ending 2019, revealing that 55 performing evening services are now mainstreamed for funding within the Rural Transport Programme. An initial six-month pilot, running from June to December 2018, was extended twice to gather more… [more]