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@dublinbusnewsFrom Wed 2 Dec '15 there will be an additional departure on Route 67x @ 07:00hrs from Celbridge towards UCD Belfield via Celbridge Main St6 mins agoReplyRetweetFavorite
@LuasAs 2015 draws to an end #Luas want 2 know what U thought of our service this yr,click 2 vote hours agoReplyRetweetFavorite
@IrishRailRT @rachelsarah90: Lovely atmosphere in Heuston Station after 3 very special boys have turned the Christmas Lights on. 🎄🌟💫🎅🎁🎋💙❤️💙 https://t…12 hours agoReplyRetweetFavorite
@IrishRail18:30 Heuston Galway still at Heuston due to a mechanical fault. Update to follow12 hours agoReplyRetweetFavorite
@LuasRed Line is now operating as normal.12 hours agoReplyRetweetFavorite


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  • New trams ordered for Luas Cross City

    The order of seven “Citadis” trams with Alstrom Transport SA is the next important step as the Luas Cross City project progresses. Placing the order for additional trams now, will ensure their delivery in advance of the Green Line extension coming into operation at the end of 2017.

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  • Public Consultation on plans to increase DART service to every 10 minutes launched by Minister

    Expansion in Dundalk services, including extra morning peak express proposed Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport Paschal Donohoe TD was at Connolly Station today, to launch a public consultation on a major DART service expansion planned for early 2016.  The service enhancement in response to continuing passenger growth is the highlight of draft 2016 schedules for Connolly routes, now published for feedback from rail customers as part of a public consultation. Draft schedule revision... Read More
  • Ireland’s only one-stop Journey Plan App sees over 300,000 downloads

    Journey Plan is Ireland’s only one-stop travel planning App, providing bespoke plans for trains, buses, trams, ferry, and taxi services across Ireland and combining them into easy-to-read journey plans. The App provides door-to-door route plans and has information about scheduled departures and trips near any current location and from any specified point.

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  • Public Transport Fares Determinations for 2016

    Fares changes to yield average of 1% in revenue Authority streamlining fares, encouraging more Leap card usage, funding transport service provision The National Transport Authority today (October 30th, 2015) published its Fares Determination reports for 2016 – the annual decisions on fares to be charged by the contracted public transport operators in Ireland – Dublin Bus, Iarnród Éireann, Bus Éireann and Luas (Transport Infrastructure Ireland).  Operators are permitted to implement... Read More
  • Next stage of Luas Cross City project goes ahead as rail tracks welded on O’Connell Street

    A new generation of tracks for O’Connell Street as further progress made on LCC project Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Paschal Donohoe TD, was today (Thursday) on O’Connell Street to oversee the first welding of rail tracks for Luas Cross City project on the historic thoroughfare. The excavation and preparation for rail tracks works started in the College Green area, Westmoreland Street and O’Connell Street during August 2015. Over the coming weeks rail tracks will be delivere... Read More
  • Cork Sweeps the Pedometer Challenge Led by Cork City Council Sweepers!

    Cork Employees take 1st, 2nd and 3rd place with a combined 8 Million Steps! Teams from Cork City Council, Cork University Hospital and Cork County Council took the top three spots in the 2015 Pedometer Challenge. More than one and a half billion steps were taken by 986 teams from 53 of Ireland’s largest workplaces as part of the Smarter Travel Workplaces Annual Pedometer Challenge. The Pedometer Challenge is organised by the National Transport Authority in partnership with the Irish Heart F... Read More
  • Cyclists urged to spend money on a bike lock to avoid theft – Bike Theft Working Group

    4,950 bikes reported stolen in Dublin in 2014, up from 1,873 in 2008. 66% of bikes stolen in Dublin are locked using easy-to-cut locks. Cyclists need to use better locks and lock their bikes when at home to avoid being victims of bike theft according to a Bike Theft Working Group that has been set up through Dublin City Council. An tArdmheara, Críona Ní Dhálaigh, launching the Bike Security Campaign today, said “The aim of the campaign is to raise awareness of the issue of bike the... Read More
  • Greater Dublin Area draft Transport Strategy 2016 – 2035 proposes:

    new Core Bus Network Luas to Poolbeg / Finglas / Lucan Metro South – from St Stephens Green to Brides Glen Rail-based Park and Ride facilities expand cycling network to 1,485 km  Public consultation: October 15th – November 13th Click here to access all consultation documents and the response channels The National Transport Authority has released details of its new draft Transport Strategy for the Greater Dublin Area 2016-2035, setting out a cohesive and integrated tran... Read More
  • Heavy Rail Census for 2014

    The National Transport Authority today (October 6th, 2014) published its Heavy Rail Census for the year 2014 – which records information on all passenger boardings and alightings (every station, every service) on November 13, 2014 – a snapshot of rail usage on a “representative” day unaffected by traditional holiday periods, and when all places of work and education are in full session. The results are presented alongside data collected the previous two years – in November 2013 and ... Read More
  • Limerick College of Further Education joins the Smarter Travel Campus Programme

    Limerick College of Further Education has joined 22 campuses around Ireland who have signed up to the National Transport Authority’s Smarter Travel Campus Programme. Benefits of engagement in the programme include reduced costs associated with travel and parking, enhanced green profile, and more active travel by both students and staff. Read the full release-Limerick College of Further Education joins the Smarter Travel Campus Programme Read More