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Monthly Archives: January 2019


National Transport Authority makes Decision concerning the Cancellation of WB Yeats Sailings by Irish Ferries in Summer 2018

The National Transport Authority (the “Authority”) is designated pursuant to a 2012 Statutory Instrument as the National Enforcement Body for the enforcement of EU Regulation 1177/2010 concerning the rights of passengers when travelling by sea and inland waterway and amending Regulation (EC) No 2006/2004 (the “Maritime Regulation”). The objective of the Maritime Regulation is to…

NTA Launches Public Consultation on Second Phase of the Core Bus Corridor Project

The BusConnects programme aims to transform Dublin’s bus system, with the Core Bus Corridor project providing 230kms of dedicated bus lanes and 200km of cycle lanes on sixteen of the busiest bus corridors in and out of the city centre. This project is fundamental to addressing the congestion issues in the Dublin region with the…

eSPSV19 – Electrical Small Public Service Vehicle Grant Scheme 2019

NTA are pleased to announce that we will be running the electric Small Public Service Vehicle (eSPSV) grant again this year. The grant scheme opens on Feburary 1st 2019 and the application form and information guide will be available from the Forms and Guides section then.

WAV19 – Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle Grant Scheme 2019

NTA are pleased to announce that we will be running the Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle (WAV) grant again this year. The grant scheme opens on Feburary 1st 2019 and the application form and information guide will be available from the Forms and Guides section then.

Nine Further Bus Routes in Dublin Switching to Go-Ahead Ireland

Improved bus services bring better integration with Dart Nine more bus routes are to switch from Dublin Bus to Go-Ahead Ireland from Sunday 20 January in a move that will see improved services, across the Transport for Ireland bus network in the capital. From Sunday, routes 17, 104, 114, 161, 220, 236, 238, 239 and…

Further Growth in Passenger Journey Numbers on ‘Transport For Ireland’ Subsidised Services

16 million more passengers use public transport in 2018 266,000,000 passenger journeys were provided by Dublin Bus, Bus Éireann, Iarnród Éireann, Luas and Go-Ahead Ireland on ‘Transport For Ireland’ Public Service Obligation (PSO) services in 2018. That’s an increase of almost 16 million, or 6.28% compared to 2017. The preliminary full-year figures for each of…