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Two Bus Routes in Dublin go 24-hours

  Two Dublin Bus routes will become 24-hour services on Sunday 1 December. Both the 41 and the 15 will operate on an around-the-clock basis from that date as part of the Transport for Ireland public transport network. The 41 runs from the city centre to the airport and on to Swords, while the 15… [more]


Introductory Statement from Anne Graham, Chief Executive Officer, National Transport Authority

  Chairperson and members of the committee, thank you for the invitation to attend. I understand that the Committee wishes to focus upon the current situation pertaining to BusConnects and Vehicle Clamping regulation.  To assist me in dealing with your subsequent questions I am joined by Hugh Creegan, Deputy CEO with the Authority and Tim… [more]


NTA Announces Annual and Monthly Fares

  The National Transport Authority (NTA) is publishing the first of two parts of its fare determination today, which deals specifically with monthly and annual tickets and will take effect on December 1. Monthly and annual tickets account for some 15% of all fare revenue. Details of other cash and TFI Leap fares will be… [more]


New Route 225 between Cork Airport & Haulbowline and Enhanced Route 216

Brand new route offering a high frequency service to and from Cork Airport Services operating every 30 minutes throughout the day from Haulbowline – Ringaskiddy – Carrigaline, Ballygarvan and Cork Airport The enhanced Route 216 will have extended hours of operation and will now operate to Passage West and Monkstown Bus Éireann, in conjunction with… [more]


Bus Services in Dublin to increase by 22% under Network Plan

Overall new network will enable more people to travel, to more places, more often The level of bus services in the Dublin network will increase by 22% as a result of the Dublin Area Bus Network redesign, published today. The redesigned bus network will provide a more coherently planned, higher capacity, more understandable network, delivering… [more]


Luas Green Line trams are getting bigger!

  Shane Ross, Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport announces the first of 26 Green Line trams has been extended and is now in passenger service. Transport Minister Shane Ross welcomed into service today the first of the newly-extended trams to operate on the Luas Green Line. The 11.1m extension increases the length of the… [more]


Public Consultation on Draft Clamping Code of Practice to Begin

  The National Transport Authority (NTA) has published today a draft of the Clamping Code of Practice for Parking Controllers and Clamping Operators, and is now open to public consultation for written submissions or observations. The Code of Practice, intended to supplement the Vehicle Clamping Act of 2015 and the Vehicle Clamping and Signage Regulations… [more]


National Transport Authority Employees to Participate in the 2019 European Transport Conference

  Three of our NTA colleagues will be among over 500 delegates from 30 countries taking part in the European Transport Conference this week from 9 – 11 October at Dublin Castle. On Wednesday 9 October, Barry Colleary will participate in the Transport Models session, presenting on “Effectiveness of conventional methods in estimating intrazonal generalised… [more]


Introductory Statement from Anne Graham, Chief Executive Officer, National Transport Authority on Brexit

  Chairperson and members of the committee, thank you for the invitation to attend. I understand that the committee wishes to focus today upon the impact on transport of the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union. To assist me in dealing with the committee’s subsequent questions, I am joined by Ms Anneliese… [more]


Consultation on Maximum Taxi Fares gets Under Way

  Card payment in all taxis among NTA proposals Paying by card for your cab will soon be standard as the National Transport Authority (NTA) announces plans to require card payment facilities in all taxis. The proposal is among those contained in the National Maximum Taxi Fare Review Report 2019 published today. Taxis will be… [more]