Increased service provision at Abbeyleix, Durrow, Culahill, Johnstown
New stops proposed to be added at Horse and Jockey and Littleton
Improved local connectivity along Route
Improved connection times to Dublin and Cork services at Cashel and Portlaoise
The National Transport Authority has today (November 18) announced revised Route 828 (Cashel-Urlingford-Portlaoise) public bus services. The changes will provide an increased level of public transport services to communities along... Read More
The National Transport Authority today (November 18) launched a public consultation on ways to support the transition to a wheelchair accessible licensed bus and coach sector.
The responses to this consultation paper will assist the Authority in carrying out its regulatory role in the provision of licensed public transport services by commercial bus and coach operators.
Click the link for full information on the Consultation on moving to a Wheelchair Accessible Licenced Bus Fleet. (http://... Read More
Pursuant to section 24 of the Taxi Regulation Act 2013, the National Transport Authority proposes to make a new maximum fares order, to replace the current maximum fares order, detailing the maximum fare that may be charged by a driver of a taxi. A review of national taxi fares has been undertaken to date on a two year cycle, with the last review carried out in 2012.
Maximum taxi fares have remained unchanged since 2008 – the 2010 and 2012 reviews concluded without any fare changes.
In a... Read More
City’s newest campus accessible by bus, bike, train and Luas
Paschal Donohoe TD, Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport this morning (November 7) visited the DIT Campus at Grangegorman, Dublin’s newest third level campus, to congratulate the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT), the Grangegorman Development Agency (GDA) and the National Transport Authority (NTA) on the manner in which public transport and sustainable modes have been built into campus planning, right from the start.
Op... Read More
Leap Card users on Dublin Bus services get a €1.00 discount on second Dublin Bus trip – from today
Child Leap Card reduction of 70c on second journey
Discount happens when second trip takes place within 90 minutes of first trip
“Leap 90 Discount” feature will include other transport operators early next year –discounts then will apply when transferring between modes
The National Transport Authority has announced that from today (November 3, 2014), when a Leap Card user take... Read More
Changes to Public Transport Fares announced
Major simplification of Dublin Bus fares
Leap Card fares continue to offer customers best value compared to cash
Leap daily and weekly caps unchanged – in many cases using the Leap ‘purse’ and all the flexibility it offers will now see Leap capped fares lower than weekly tickets
Strong Leap Card value in Cork and Galway
The National Transport Authority has today (October 28, 2014) issued its 2015 fares determinations for Luas ... Read More
Win an iPad by nominating your public transport superstars – the Transport for Ireland People’s Awards 2014 give you the opportunity to nominate someone who makes a positive difference to your Public Transport trip.
Entries accepted in story form, photo or video – till November 17.
Click on the link for more information on the Transport for Ireland People’s Awards 2014.
There are 5 categories for entry:
To facilitate works required for the LCC utilities contract on Dawson St. and Molesworth St. it will be necessary to change traffic movements in the area.
For a period of 4 weeks from 3rd November, Molesworth St. between the junctions with Dawson St. and South Fredrick St. will be closed to traffic.
To facilitate access to Molesworth St. and the surrounding area, Kildare St. will be made two-way from St. Stephen's Green North to Molesworth St. Kildare St. will remain one-way southbound bet... Read More
The National Transport Authority today (October 20) launched a public consultation on its Review of Public Service Obligation* bus and rail services in Co Mayo. The closing date is 5:00pm on Monday, November 24.
The objectives of the Review are:
To increase public transport usage in the region by
Providing a more effective and efficient public transport network
Developing more opportunities for onward travel by improving connections between transport services and co-ordinating timetables... Read More
The National Transport Authority has today (October 14) launched a public consultation on proposals for a Swords/Airport to City Centre Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) corridor.
Full project details and response facilities are available now in the Public Consultations section of the Authority’s website. Members of the public are invited to review the proposals and submit their suggestions and feedback before the deadline of 5.00pm on Friday, 28th November 2014. Read More
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