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Monthly Archives: March 2018


Expansion of Just Eat dublinbikes Scheme into Grangegorman

Dublin’s Lord Mayor Mícheál Mac Donncha today officially opened Dublin city’s newest Just Eat dublinbikes station in George’s Lane, Smithfield, Dublin 7.  He was joined at the launch by Paschal Donohoe, Minister for Finance and Public Expenditure and Reform, Anne Graham, Chief Executive Officer, National Transport Authority, Richard Shakespeare, Assistant Chief Executive, Dublin City Council,…

Details of MetroLink emerging preferred route announced

National Transport Authority (NTA) and Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) are announcing details of the Emerging Preferred Route for MetroLink, the metro service that will run from Estuary north of Swords to Sandyford on the southside, serving Dublin Airport and the City Centre. Public consultation on the project gets under way immediately with MetroLink scheduled to…

NTA announces preferred bidder for bus services on Kildare commuter corridor

National Transport Authority has today announced GoAhead as the preferred bidder for the contract relating to the operation of six bus routes in the Dublin Commuter Area along the Kildare corridor. This followed a competitive process involving bids from Irish and international companies. NTA will be formally sending the company a detailed Letter of Intent…

FOILSIONN ÚDARÁS NÁISIÚNTA IOMPAIR RÁITEAS STRAITÉISE 2018 – 2022

Tá Ráiteas Straitéise nua foilsithe ag Údarás Náisiúnta Iompair (UNI) inniu. Is é seo an cheathrú Ráiteas Straitéise de chuid UNI agus leagtar amach ann an chlár oibre don tréimhse ón mbliain 2018 go dtí 2022. Ráiteas Straitéise 2018 – 2022 Cuireann on Straitéis síos ar fhís an Údaráis mar: “Iompar poiblí atá ar ardchaighdeán,…

NTA publishes Statement of Strategy 2018-2022

National Transport Authority (NTA) has today published its latest Statement of Strategy. This is the NTA’s fourth such Statement and sets out the work programme for the organisation for the period 2018 to 2022. NTA Statement of Strategy 2018-2022 The Strategy outlines the Authority’s vision: “To provide high quality, accessible, sustainable public transport connecting people…

Taximeter Program Update – Halda taximeter now approved by LMS

This list shows which taximeters can operate with dual programs that will allow you to get your taximeter updated with the 2018 fare now. Note that for some taximeters there is more than one program/installer and so you should check with your installer that their individual program is LMS approved. Once the programme is installed,…

College Green – 7am to 10am Southbound Taxi Movements Prohibited

The arrangements related to College Green which will come into operation on Monday 12 March are as follows: During the hours 7am to 10am, Monday to Friday, taxis will not be permitted to travel southbound through College Green. The measure will affect vehicles moving in front of Trinity College, either towards Grafton Street, or towards…

NTA report to Dublin City Council about traffic management arrangements for Dublin city

Report to Dublin City Council Meeting from National Transport Authority A Chathaoirligh, council members, thank you for the invitation to your meeting this evening. I have been asked to speak about traffic management arrangements for Dublin city. It was always recognised by the City Council and the National Transport Authority that College Green, which has…

The new 139 Bus Service Linking Naas and Blanchardstown begins operation on 12th March

A brand-new bus route, the 139 will begin operation Monday 12 March, running between Naas and Blanchardstown and connecting Blanchardstown IT, Ongar, Leixlip, Maynooth, Rathcoffey, Clane, Sallins and Naas, including Naas Hospital. There will be nine services each way, seven days a week, with first departures at 07.15 and last departures at 22.35. The 139…