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Nationwide Anti-Racism Campaign launched

Immigrant Council, National Transport Authority and Public Transport Providers Launch Nationwide Anti-Racism Campaign.

Statistics for commercial bus services in Ireland published

Latest in a series of Statistical Bulletins The National Transport Authority today (29th July, 2016) published its latest Statistical Bulletin – on Commercial Bus Services, services licensed by the National Transport Authority. The information in the bulletin is drawn from reports provided by the operators. The information dates, in the main, from January 2013, when…

August Bank Holiday O’Connell Bridge works

From 8pm on Friday July 29th until 6am on Tuesday August 2nd, Dublin’s north and south quays will be closed to eastbound and westbound traffic at O’Connell Bridge to facilitate essential Luas Cross City construction works.

Statistics for state-funded bus services published

Latest in a series of Statistical Bulletins The National Transport Authority today (July 5, 2016) published its latest Statistical Bulletin – on state-funded Bus Services , services provided under contract to the National Transport Authority and subsidised by the state because operators are required to deliver Public Service Obligations (PSO). The information in the bulletin…

Statistics for Rail services in Ireland published

Latest in a series of Statistical Bulletins The National Transport Authority today (June 23, 2016) published its latest Statistical Bulletin – on Rail Services in Ireland (2015 data). The Bulletin reports on heavy rail services provided by Iarnród Éireann Irish Rail and the Luas light rail services, and shows a continued increase in the numbers…

Lucky for some! Dublin cyclists come 13th in the European Cycling Challenge

Over 1,000 Dubliners cycled over 108,000kms to 13th place in the European Cycling Challenge, organised by the National Transport Authority’s Smarter Travel Workplaces programme over the month of May. Altogether over 45,870 cyclists from 52 cities cycled almost 4 million kilometres; doubling the distance cycled in the 2015 event, in a European celebration of cycling.   There was…

Public Transport continues to grow share of morning commute trips into Dublin City Centre – at 49.8% of all trips (199,943)

Half of all people travelling into Dublin City Centre in the mornings are now arriving by public transport (bus, rail, Luas) – an increase from 45.9% in 2010. A further 9.4% walk into town and 5.4% cycle in, according to the 2015 Canal Cordon Report, an annual count of people crossing the city’s canals into the city centre….