Awards for Smarter Travel Multimedia projects by third-level design and technology students were presented by the National Transport Authority at the Belltable Arts Centre in Limerick on Thursday 6th April 2017.
The latest version of National Transport Authority’s Leap Top-Up app goes live this week, with several innovative features being rolled out.
The Authority has opened a new Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle Grant Scheme today to support the wider availability of Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles (WAVs) in Ireland’s taxi fleet. The WAV17 – Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle Grant Scheme offers financial grant and training assistance, nationwide, of up to €10,000 for the purchase or conversion of a new WAV –…
Bus Éireann services will not run from Friday 24th March 2017 due to industrial action, for more information see www.transportforireland.ie. School Transport services, GoBe.ie, Eurolines and cross-Border Translink operated services should not be affected by this industrial action.
Response to the decision by Bus Éireann to withdraw from or reduce service on a small number of Expressway routes.
Introductory Statement from Anne Graham, Chief Executive Officer, National Transport Authority to the Oireachtas Transport Committee 22nd February 2017.
The operation was centred on the M1 motorway at junction 6, North and Southbound and connecting road networks, between the hours of 2am and 7am on Sunday 19th February 2017.
Victoria White’s piece in your newspaper (Thursday, 16 February 2017) was a timely addition to the debate on bus services. There seems however to be a fundamental misunderstanding of the NTA’s role and remit as set out in enabling legislation.
The Canal Cordon Report 2016 published by NTA and Dublin City Council, reports that 134,559 people travel into the city centre at peak time using bus, train, Luas, walking or cycling. This is up from 132,188 in 2015.
The National Household Travel Survey 2017 which will collect information on travel patterns of the Irish public, targeting over 6000 households from all over Ireland and the research will assist in future transport provision planning.