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Customer Notice about new bus service 175 from Citywest to UCD

Dear public transport customer, As 24 Public Service Obligation (PSO) bus services, operated by Go-Ahead Ireland are rolled out between now and January 2019, we wanted to let you know what will be different about these services compared to those operated by Dublin Bus, and what will be the same. The first of these routes,…

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,…

Revised bus network will see overall service levels increase by over a quarter

National Transport Authority (NTA) has published its Dublin Area Bus Network Redesign Public Consultation report www.busconnects.ie The report has been prepared by Jarrett Walker & Associates, a US based firm which specialises in designing metropolitan public transport systems. The report makes far-reaching proposals that will bring about improved services for bus passengers in the Dublin metropolitan…

Kids go free with Child Leap Card from 2nd -15th July

What services are included in Kids Go Free? Child Leap Card holders can travel free on any of the following TFI Leap Card enabled services from Monday 2nd until Sunday 15th July (inclusive): All Dublin Bus scheduled services (excluding Airlink and Nitelink) All Luas services All DART services All Commuter Rail services in Dublin’s “Short Hop Zone”…

Transport for Ireland and Immigrant Council of Ireland invite commuters to take part in campaign to combat racism

Transport for Ireland and the Immigrant Council of Ireland are today inviting commuters to show their support for this year’s anti-racism campaign, and take a stand against racism on public transport. The two bodies have run an advertising campaign every year since 2013 as a key part of an overall effort to tackle racism on…

Irish Ferries

The National Transport Authority is extremely disappointed with the announcement yesterday by Irish Ferries of further cancellations to their WB Yeats sailings from the 30th July to 17th September 2018, which will impact approximately 19,000 passengers in addition to the 10,000 passengers already affected by its earlier announcement in April of its intention to cancel…

NTA sets out proposals to improve bus journey times for passengers in Dublin

The National Transport Authority has today published the Core Bus Corridors Project report. This discussion document sets out draft proposals to vastly improve bus journey times and cycling priority along an increasing number of congested corridors in the Dublin region. The project is part of the NTA’s €2bn BusConnects Dublin programme to transform the city’s…

More than half of commuters now use public transport in Dublin

The number of people travelling into Dublin’s City Centre using bus, train or Luas every morning has reached record levels, according to figures published today by Dublin City Council and the National Transport Authority. The figures are included in the Canal Cordon Report, 2017 on mode share of people coming into the City Centre. The…

Reaching New Heights! TFI Leap Card Passes 3 Million Mark

  The National Transport Authority today marked the recent sale of the 3 millionth Leap Card, the convenient way to pay for public transport services in Dublin, Cork, Galway, Limerick, Waterford and Wexford. Of the 3 million cards issued to date, close to 250,000 have been sold in the first four months of 2018 alone….