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  • Fare reductions on Cork / Cobh / Midleton rail services for weekly and monthly ticket-holders

    The Fares Determination published by the National Transport Authority in October 2013 for cash, Leap and pre-paid fares for Iarnród Éireann had a condition that the “approved increases for Iarnród Éireann’s Cork/Cobh/Midleton products are on the basis that these will be available on the Leap card format by 1st August 2014. If that date is not achieved, and if the Authority does not approve the reasons for the missed deadline, then these newly approved fares are to revert to their rates p... Read More
  • National Transport Authority sets out Smarter Travel Options for Students

    Members of the National Transport Authority’s Smarter Travel team are out and about on the college campuses of Ireland over the months of September and October.  They will be on hand in over 20 colleges to show Freshers and returning students the many different ways in which the Authority can help them get to and from college and their different social activities, by using public transport, walking or cycling. They will be running a number of competitions, giveaways and fun activities, to ... Read More
  • Real Time info for Luas and Rail – now on Journey Planner

    From today (August 15) the National Transport Authority’s popular Journey Planner tool gives users REAL TIME arrival information for Iarnród Éireann and Luas services. Bus users have been able to access Real Time information on the Journey Planner for the past number of months. People using the Journey Planner on their desktops, on iPhones, Android and Windows phones will benefit from this additional convenience when planning their trips all over Ireland. Read More
  • Cheaper Leap fares for 16, 17 and 18 year olds from August 1st

    Cheaper Leap fares for 16, 17 and 18 year olds from August 1st 10,000 Child Leap Cards available free – while stocks last – at  July 28, 2014 The National Transport Authority has waived the standard €3 deposit charge on 10,000 Child Leap Cards – now available on its dedicated website – in order to make it easier for everyone up to their 19th birthday to benefit from the cheaper fares available to children on Leap From August 1st, ... Read More
  • Route 975 Cavan – Arvagh- Longford Bus Service Commences

    The National Transport Authority is pleased to announce that the Route 975 Cavan-Arvagh-Longford bus service commenced today, 7th August 2014. The service operates along the R198 Cavan Longford road and provides an economic and socially necessary transport link for local communities.   The service provides two return trips between Cavan and Longford and one return trip between Longford and Arvagh daily.   During school term time the service operates to Moyne Cross School.   ... Read More
  • Free Travel from 11th to 24th August for those holding Child Leap Cards

    The National Transport Authority has announced free travel, from today (August 11) to August 24 inclusive, for all Child Leap Card holders aged between the ages of 4 and 18. This free travel will be available on Dublin Bus, Luas, Swords Express, DART and short-hop Irish Rail in Dublin, and on Bus Éireann services in the Greater Dublin Area and in Cork. The free travel promotion will encourage families and children to use public transport for their leisure activities in the final weeks of ... Read More
  • Luas Cross City – New ways to get around

    Luas Cross City will open up lots of the city’s places of culture, fashion, food, history and leisure to more people, by making them easier to get to. This Infographic shows more. Read More
  • Whartons Travel, Crossdoney, wins contract for publicly-funded bus route between Cavan and Longford

    This is the second private operator to whom the Authority has awarded a Public Service Obligation contract (ie covered by state subsidy) – for the provision of bus services which are socially necessary but financially unviable.

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  • First viewing of “Coca-Cola Zero Bike” for schemes in Cork, Limerick and Galway

    Schemes will launch to the public this autumn – bikes have striking red-and-black design and automatic gear-change.

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  • 10 years of Luas

    View the infographic with statistics and interesting information on the first 10 years of Luas.

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