Joint Oireachtas Committee on Transport Tourism and Sport, on ‘A vision for public transport in the Greater Dublin Area’ – growing demand highlights need for bus infrastructure investment.
50 organisations across Ireland participated in the 2016 Step Challenge. The Step Challenge invites employees at workplaces that are partners of the Smarter Travel programme to join together in teams and count their steps for a four-week period.
Commuters on the 06.14hrs train from Newbridge to Grand Canal Dock became the first to benefit from the new Phoenix Park Tunnel line, which began services today, Monday 21st November.
The National Transport Authority and Iarnród Éireann have launched a process of consultation around the Rail Review 2016 Report, which was published today.
The 2 millionth card was sold in recent days, less than five years since the first one was rolled out on December 12th 2011.
The National Transport Authority today published its Fares Determination reports for 2017 – the annual decisions on fares to be charged by the contracted public transport operators in Ireland – Dublin Bus, Iarnród Éireann, Bus Éireann and Luas.
The Authority is seeking opinions on the current SPSV driver licensing framework, together with the associated testing, training and monitoring of drivers, which has been in place since 2009. Should the current arrangements continue? Or should revised arrangements be put in place? We have prepared some information on driver licensing in both Ireland and other…
Dublin City Council in association with the National Transport Authority and assisted by ‘Happenings’ will be hosting a public discussion workshop regarding the design of a Civic Plaza at College Green.
The study being published began as a fresh assessment of the possible layout for a cycle way and walking route around Dublin Bay South, and to re-evaluate the environmental issues and cost factors.
Tuesday, 25th of October 2016