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Monthly Archives: August 2018


Public Transport Services in Dublin will continue this weekend

Anne Graham Chief Executive Officer of the national Transport Authority says that public transport in Dublin will continue all through the weekend with a service level that will be as close as possible to a normal weekend schedule. She said: “While the papal visit and the events surrounding it will cause some disruption, it is…

Parking for 3,000 bicycles available for Phoenix Park mass

NTA and has announced that there will be three bicycle parks available for people who want to travel to the Papal Mass in the Phoenix Park by bicycle next Sunday. The facilities are at the DIT Grangegorman, (junction of Grangegorman Rd Upper and North Circular Rd); Civic Offices at Wood Quay; and Scoil Bhríde Cailíní,…

Taxi Access in Controlled Areas on Sunday 26th August 2018

A controlled access area will be in place from 6am to 11pm on Sunday 26th August 2018 for the Mass by Pope Francis in the Phoenix Park. The priority for this event is public transport, including Small Public Service Vehicles (SPSV’s) in order to ensure the safety of the high volumes of pedestrians expected. Taxis…

Launch of National Transport Anti-Racism Campaign

A new anti-racism advertisement unveiled today (10.08.18) on Ireland’s public transport will featured 100s of commuters standing in solidarity against racism. Over 1,000 selfies were donated to the cause by commuters and the images were used to create the artwork for the new advertising campaign. Brian Killoran, CEO of the Immigrant Council of Ireland, said,…

NTA publishes local ‘BusConnects’ network review brochures

Interactive maps and route comparison table also live A range of additional materials and resources relating to the proposed new bus services under the Dublin Area Bus Network Review plan are now available at BusConnects.ie. These materials have been prepared as part of the public consultation process that is now underway. They include: Six area-based…