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Singer Spillane changes his tune on Ballincollig

‘Johnny Don’t Go to Ballincollig’ was the refrain for Cork musician John Spillane’s well-known song first recorded in 1998. But 20 years later, singer-songwriter Spillane has most definitely changed his tune, and it’s all thanks to Leap! Under new bus fare structures for Bus Éireann services in the Cork city area, the city zone has…

7% growth in passenger numbers on publicly-funded public transport services

16 million more passengers use public transport in 2017 The National Transport Authority today (5th January 2018) published full-year figures (preliminary) for each of the state-supported public transport operators for 2017. 251,000,000 passenger journeys were provided by Dublin Bus, Bus Éireann, Iarnród Éireann and Luas on their Public Service Obligation services in 2017. That’s an…

New Text Service launched to report Anti-Social Behaviour on Luas services

It’s your Luas – See It, Report It Text Luas to 51444, a new customer text service solely for reporting incidents of Anti-Social Behaviour. Today, Luas operator, Transdev introduced a new text service for Luas customers. Text LUAS to 51444 is a service for customers to report incidents of anti-social behaviour. It’s a new approach…

Ireland’s Coach Services top of EU Table

Ireland’s long haul coach services are seen by passengers as punctual, reliable, comfortable and safe, according to a survey published by the EU Commission. Read the survey results here The survey was carried out across Europe among 28,000 respondents to evaluate customer satisfaction on inter-urban regular services. The research in Ireland was carried out by…

Leapcard.ie website offline from Saturday 30th September – Tuesday 3rd October

Leapcard.ie is undergoing essential maintenance from Saturday 30th September until Tuesday 3rd October. During this time Leap Card accounts will be unavailable and you will be unable to buy, top-up or register any Leap Cards online. However, Leap Card functionality will not be affected and you will be able to use your card as normal….

7,000 submissions received to date in NTA’s bus network consultation process

Biggest ever number of respondents to NTA consultation The online consultation relating to the review of the bus network in Dublin has generated 7,000 responses to date.   The consultation process was launched on June 6th when the NTA published the Dublin Area Bus Network Redesign Choices Report. The Network Review is one element of BusConnects, NTA’s plan to radically transform…