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Tax Compliance Notifications Error

To assist the industry in maintaining compliance with regulatory requirements, a notification automatically issues to licence holders if their tax compliance status changes. Yesterday an unusually large number of email notifications issued and NTA is investigating why this occurred. Early indications suggest a simple I.T. glitch.   If you received a tax compliance notice from NTA by...

Ministers to fund up to 248 new posts to expand walking and cycling facilities nationwide

Investment will fund Active Travel Teams in all Local Authorities The Minister for Transport Eamon Ryan T.D. and Minister of State Hildegarde Naughton TD have today announced funding for up to 248 new jobs in local authorities to expand walking and cycling facilities all over the country. The Programme for Government has already committed that...

Appointment of Experts signals progress for Cork Metropolitan Transport Strategy

The National Transport Authority (NTA) has today announced the appointment of specialist engineering teams to carry out a review of the current public transport infrastructure and bus services in Cork City and to design an improved bus network. The appointments are part of the BusConnects Cork Programme which is a key element in the Cork...

New Bus Schedules for Dublin Area to take effect from next week

The National Transport Authority (NTA) has announced that subsidised bus services in the Dublin area are to move to new schedules on a phased basis starting next week. Revised Monday-Friday timetables for Dublin Bus will come into effect on Monday January 18th, while those for Go-Ahead Ireland will come into effect from Monday 25th January. Under...

The Universal Design Walkability Audit Tool

The Universal Design Walkability Audit Tool was developed as a collaboration between the National Transport Authority, Age Friendly Ireland, Green-Schools and the National Disability Authority’s Centre for Excellence in Universal Design. This Audit will be used to capture the existing conditions of a specified walking route in relation to its walkability. See more details on...

Reminder: People attending a COVID test appointment should not use public transport

NTA wishes to remind customers of HSE advice that public transport should not be used by people attending a Covid-19 test appointment. The HSE advice is as follows: • Try and avoid other people as much as possible when going to your test appointment. • Use your own means to get to the test centre,...

Revised timetable to operate on Iarnród Éireann network from Monday 11th January

Mandatory Intercity prebooking extended until further notice Iarnród Éireann has advised customers that, following the further level 5 restrictions announced by Government yesterday, a revised and reduced schedule will operate across the rail network from Monday 11th January, approved by the National Transport Authority. The revised schedule reflects significantly reduced demand, and will ensure service continuity and...

COVID-19 Service Information

Last updated: 21:26 30th of December From Saturday 26th December 2020, public transport will operate at 25% capacity, and should be used for necessary journeys only. All Intercity rail service pre-bookings made up to 22nd December will be honoured for travel between 22nd Dec and 6th January, and some services will operate at a capacity...

Bus Éireann announces improved services and timetables in Limerick City and County

13 new jobs created in Limerick 249,137 kilometres more annually Bus Éireann is pleased to announce the significant enhancement to Limerick City and County services and timetables. Funded by the National Transport Authority through the Government’s July Stimulus, it includes a new Sunday service of two round trips on Route 345 Scariff/Limerick as well as increased frequency on...