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Fáilte Ireland launches Strategic Tourism Transport Business Continuity Scheme 2022

An allocation of €50 million was secured by Minister Catherine Martin T.D in Budget 2022 for a programme of funding aimed at supporting strategic tourism businesses through the Covid-19 pandemic and driving recovery thereafter. As part of this programme, Fáilte Ireland has today launched the Strategic Tourism Transport Business Continuity Scheme, which is aimed at...

Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle Grant Scheme 2022

To support the wider availability of wheelchair accessible vehicles (WAVs) in Ireland’s small public service vehicle fleet, NTA is pleased to announce that the WAV Grant Scheme will run again this year. The WAV Grant Scheme (WAV22) offers financial aid of up to €7,500 nationwide for the purchase or conversion of a new WAV –...

CABS Customer Service Number – CCSN

NTA is committed to maintaining the best possible standards in relation to the management of personal data. With this in mind we introduced a customer service number called a ‘CCSN’ in 2020. This is the unique identifier for your profile. The CCSN will apply to any licences held with us regardless of the licence type,...

STORM BARRA – SPSV Industry Update

STORM BARRA – SPSV Industry Update NTA advises all SPSV operators to note the following:   Due to the Storm Barra ‘red’ weather warning in place for counties Cork and Kerry, and for the safety of its staff and customers, Applus Car Testing Service Ltd have cancelled all SPSV appointments booked for today, 7th December...

STORM BARRA – Tomorrow

Met Éireann Weather Warning – Issued: 13:47 Monday 06/12/2021 “Status Red – Wind warning for Cork, Kerry Storm Barra: Southwesterly winds later veering northwesterly will reach mean speeds in excess of 80 km/h with severe or damaging gusts in excess of 130km/h. Due to a combination of high waves, storm surge and high tide, coastal...

The November edition of the SPSV Industry Update (Issue 54) is now available.

Click below to view the November edition of the SPSV Industry Update.  

Minister for Health extends the period of effect of the COVID-19 Face Coverings Regulations

The mandatory requirement to wear face coverings for SPSV travel has been extended. The Minister for Health has made further Regulations extending the period of effect of the Health Act 1947 (Section 31A – Temporary Restrictions) (Covid-19) (Face Coverings in Small Public Service Vehicles and Certain Premises) Regulations 2020 (S.I. No. 569 of 2020). These...

‘Children First’ Awareness

On November 1st, the government launched the Children First Awareness Week. The goal of this initiative is to remind us all that we have a responsibility to keep the children in our community safe. Children First encourages the protection of children from neglect and abuse. It enables both individuals and organisations to safeguard children, by...