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7,000 submissions received to date in NTA’s bus network consultation process

Biggest ever number of respondents to NTA consultation The online consultation relating to the review of the bus network in Dublin has generated 7,000 responses to date.   The consultation process was launched on June 6th when the NTA published the Dublin Area Bus Network Redesign Choices Report. The Network Review is one element of BusConnects, NTA’s plan to radically transform… [more]

‘Kids go Free’ from Monday 3rd July with Child Leap Card

It’s ‘Kids go Free’ on all public transport services covered by the Leap Card from Monday 3rd July to Sunday 16th July. [more]

Major milestone successfully completed for Luas Cross City Project – June 2017

On Saturday 17 June and Sunday 18 June in Dublin city, the first trams were successfully tested on the new Luas Cross City route, marking a significant milestone for the project. On the Saturday, the gauge run consisted of using two trams moving at slow speeds (from 5kph up to 10kph) between St. Stephen’s Green,… [more]

Luas Cross City – Landmark gauge run tests new tracks through Dublin city centre

Key milestone for the Luas Cross City project as first tram runs from St. Stephen’s Green to Broombridge Cabra. [more]

NTA’S BusConnects plan will transform the bus system in Dublin

Opening Statement by Anne Graham, CEO, to Commercial Property Summit, Aviva Stadium [more]

Bus Éireann Expressway Route 21 service withdrawal

The Company has announced its intention to cancel the service in its entirety. [more]

National bike week gives employers a great opportunity to sign up to NTA’s smarter travel workplaces programmes

As National Bike Week gets under way, the National Transport Authority is encouraging employers and colleges to get involved in the Smarter Travel Workplaces programme. [more]

NTA publishes choices report on Bus Network in Dublin – online consultation gets under way today

The NTA is seeking the public’s views on the issues raised in the Choices Report and, in particular, on the possible strategies that could be implemented in the redesign of the bus network. [more]


Ambitious suite of initiatives will transform bus services in Dublin region BusConnects, a suite of initiatives to radically transform public transport in the Dublin region, was launched today by Minister for Transport Sport and Tourism Shane Ross, and Anne Graham, Chief Executive Officer of the National Transport Authority. The ambitious proposals will put bus services… [more]

Minister seeks to appoint Chair to NTA Board

The Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport is seeking expressions of interest for the appointment of a Chairperson to the Board of the National Transport Authority. This is a critically important position in providing strategic leadership to an organisation which is central to the State’s regulation, planning and development of public transport services and infrastructure…. [more]