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Four new roles in National Transport Authority

We are delighted to be recruiting for four new roles – in Project Management, Compliance and in Transport Planning. Click here for full details of each role, and how to apply. Closing date for applications is Friday, June 5 at noon.

Bus strikes called off

We welcome the constructive conclusion of talks in the Labour Relations Commission earlier today, and that the strikes scheduled for tomorrow and Saturday, and later this month, are now called off. The Authority will continue its tendering process as planned, and we will play our part in delivering the agreement reached this morning. We would…

Tendering is not privatisation

In response to on-going concerns expressed publicly, the National Transport Authority wishes to restate the fact that the tendering of bus routes currently in progress is not ‘privatisation’ and will not in itself result in fare increases, reduced services or any threat to free travel. Privatisation is about transfer of ownership and loss of public…

Revised bus services in County Kerry – Operational from Sunday, April 26

The National Transport Authority, in conjunction with Bus Éireann and Kerry Local Link, is putting revised bus services in place in Co. Kerry from Sunday next, 26 April. There will be improvements to the levels of bus services between the larger centres especially at weekends and during the summertime. The Authority wants to encourage more…

Replacement services for Expressway Route 5 -Operational from Sunday, April 26

The National Transport Authority, in conjunction with Bus Éireann and Wexford Local Link, has put in place a number of bus services to replace Bus Éireann Expressway Route 5, which ceases operations as and from Sunday next (April 26). The Authority has licenced an extension to Bus Éireann Expressway Route 4 to cater for customers…

“Public tendering is not Bus privatisation” : National Transport Authority -Unions urged to call-off bus strikes

The National Transport Authority (NTA) today (April 22) rejected any claim that it was ‘privatising’ bus services in Ireland. And CEO Anne Graham urged the trade unions to call off the bus strikes threatened for May, and to re-engage in talks with their employers through the Labour Relations Commission, saying that hundreds of thousands of…

Jumping for Joy! Leap Cards passes the One Million mark

1,000,000 Leap Cards sold since launch - delivering 20% transport savings to users More than 60% public transport journeys in Dublin now paid for with Leap Transport Minister Paschal Donohoe TD today (April 17) congratulated the National Transport Authority and members of its Leap Card team for achieving a significant milestone – reaching the 1,000,000 point…