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  • New network of bus services in Kerry

    User-friendly clock-face timetables and more frequent services connecting local county towns (incl Ballybunion, Lixnaw, Abbeydorney and Castleisland) with Tralee form part of a revised bus network for County Kerry, devised and implemented by the National Transport Authority in partnership with Bus Éireann, and supported by Kerry LocalLink. The new network commenced operations in late April. Enhanced summer services to locations such as Dingle and Kenmare and improved public transport access ... Read More
  • Free travel on Child Leap Cards July 6-19

    All Child Leap Card holders (aged between the ages of 4 and 18) can travel free for a fortnight from next Monday (July 6), announced Transport Minister Paschal Donohoe TD today, with Anne Graham, CEO of the National Transport Authority. The free travel will automatically apply when using a child Leap Card on the following services from 6th to 19th July: All Dublin Bus scheduled services (excluding Airlink) All Luas services All DART services All Commuter Rail services in Dublin’s ... Read More
  • Replacement bus services following changes to Expressway Route 7 – Operational from Sunday 28 June 2015

    The National Transport Authority, in conjunction with Bus Éireann, Carlow-Kilkenny Locallink and  Cork Locallink, has put in place a number of bus services following changes to Bus Éireann Expressway Route 7, which no longer will provide services to a number of locations including Cork, Fermoy, Mitchelstown, Carrick-on-Suir, Castlecomer and Athy from Sunday next (June 28). The Authority has extended Bus Éireann Route 245 for people travelling between Clonmel and Cork also serving Ardfinna... Read More
  • University of Limerick Team takes top place in Smarter Travel Workplaces Cycle Challenge – Workplace scheme sees increase in weekly bike trips

    The ‘Wonderers’ team from the University of Limerick has won first place amongst all 186 workplace teams representing 52 organisations across Ireland who took part in this year’s National Transport Authority Smarter Workplaces Cycle Challenge. The Workplace Cycle Challenge encourages employees to form teams and compete with colleagues and with other workplaces to see who can gain the most cycling points during this three week event. Each team was required to have a novice cyclist on boa... Read More
  • Traffic changes – closure of Fassaugh Road (Liam Whelan) Bridge, Cabra (3-16 July)

    The Fassaugh Road (Liam Whelan) Bridge will be replaced as part of the Luas Cross City Main Infrastructure Contract.  Fassaugh Road will therefore be closed to vehicular traffic between the junctions of Fassaugh Road / Connaught Street / Shandon Crescent and Fassaugh Road /Fassaugh Avenue / St. Attracta’s Road / Dowth Avenue, from July 3rd - 26th July 2015. Pedestrian access will be maintained at all times. Access to Mount Bernard Park from Connaught Street will be restricted temporarily duri... Read More
  • New, improved Real Time Ireland App covers all CIE and Luas services

    Transport for Ireland’s Real Time Passenger Information is the only app giving users real-time departure information for Dublin Bus AND Bus Éireann AND DART AND Iarnród Éireann AND Luas services. The app has been downloaded over 108,000 times to date, and is used over 1.25 million times each month. A new, improved version of the app is now available and offers more maps (including Dublin, Cork & Intercity rail route maps) and a better look and feel for users. App Features: ... Read More
  • Tipperary Transport Coordination Unit – latest opening in national network of local offices

    Local transport services integrating with national network, for benefit of remote rural dwellers Chief Executive Anne Graham joined Alan Kelly TD, Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government on Friday (June 12) to launch the Transport Coordination Unit in Littleton, Co Tipperary. The Tipperary TCU is one of 18 Units being set-up across Ireland to coordinate bus services for people living in remote areas, and to enable them access local services such as supermarkets, hospit... Read More
  • Major changes proposed in Dublin City Transport Study – Quays, College Green, Suffolk Street – Public Consultation June 11- July 16

    The National Transport Authority and Dublin City Council today (June 10, 2015) published their joint “Dublin City Centre Transport Study” – a set of proposals to enhance overall movement in the city and achieve the objectives set out in the current Dublin City Development Plan – “ … modal share targets crossing the canals of 55% for public transport, 15% for cycling, 10% for walking and 20% for private car use in the annual cordon count by 2017”. A period of public consultatio... Read More
  • Three automatic penalty points for drivers breaking red lights at Blackhall Place Luas Junction

    From today, motorists who break the red traffic lights at the Blackhall Place / Benburb Street junction with the Luas Red Line, will have their licence plate details captured on new cameras which are linked to the Gardaí’s PULSE system, and will be automatically issued with 3 penalty points. To read the full Press Release click HERE Read More
  • Bus strikes called off

    The bus strikes scheduled for Friday 15th May, Saturday 16th May and later this month, are now called off as a result of talks in the Labour Relations Commission earlier today (May 14th 2015).

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