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Monthly Archives: May 2017


Ambitious suite of initiatives will transform bus services in Dublin region BusConnects, a suite of initiatives to radically transform public transport in the Dublin region, was launched today by Minister for Transport Sport and Tourism Shane Ross, and Anne Graham, Chief Executive Officer of the National Transport Authority. The ambitious proposals will put bus services…

Minister seeks to appoint Chair to NTA Board

The Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport is seeking expressions of interest for the appointment of a Chairperson to the Board of the National Transport Authority. This is a critically important position in providing strategic leadership to an organisation which is central to the State’s regulation, planning and development of public transport services and infrastructure….

Introductory Statement from Anne Graham, CEO of NTA to Seanad Committee on Brexit

Chairperson and members of the committee, thank you for the invitation to attend. I understand that the Committee wishes to focus today upon the impact on transport of the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union.  To assist me in dealing with your subsequent questions I am joined by Anneliese Jones, Public Transport…

Dramatic increase in NTA taxi checks in 2016

There was a dramatic increase in the number of on street licensing checks carried out by NTA Compliance Officers last year, according to the latest Taxi Statistical Bulletin published on 1st May 2017.