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Keep the little ones active over the Easter mid-term! Plan a family day out with #Luas and visit the kid friendly activities located close to the Red and Green Lines https://t.co/nbYm79BLY9 https://t.co/mpdc4XuCj810 mins ago 0 0
Malahide to Clongriffin works today & Sun 21 April - No DART between Howth Junction & Malahide, - Extra DARTs between Howth Junction/Howth - Northern Commuter: bus transfers between Malahide/Connolly - Enterprise: bus transfers between Drogheda/Connolly https://t.co/SYOfBkVjjG1 hour ago 1 0
Check out the TFI website for more information on service alterations to Route 139 Naas to Blanchardstown tomorrow https://t.co/Yzyt3Poeav https://t.co/tIwxTSwR7W3 hours ago 0 1
We wish to advise customers that we will operate a normal Saturday service today, 20 April. #Travel #EasterWeekend #Bus #Easter https://t.co/iNK41jhamz3 hours ago 0 3
Saturday service with some alterations today, Sat 20 April: - Malahide to Clongriffin track works today & Sunday 21st - Dublin to Galway/ Westport line works – today until Easter Monday 22nd April (lunchtime) Full information https://t.co/SYOfBkVjjG4 hours ago 1 0

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  • Route 139 Naas to Blanchardstown – Easter Sunday 21st April Service Alterations

    Due to the Naas Easter Parade and Naas 5k road race, Naas Main Street and part of the Sallins Roads will be closed to vehicular traffic between 14.15hrs and 16.15hrs on Sunday 21st April.   As a result, the following service alterations will be in place:   13:00 Blanchardstown to Naas Service: The last stop will be at Naas GAA Club on Sallins Road. There will be no service to Monread Avenue, Naas Post Office and Naas Hospital.   15:00 Naas to Blanchardstown Se... Read More
  • MORE PEOPLE THAN EVER USING PUBLIC TRANSPORT TO GET INTO DUBLIN CITY

    Car commuting continues to decline The number of people travelling into Dublin’s city centre using bus, train or Luas in the morning peak has reached record levels, according to figures being published today by Dublin City Council and the National Transport Authority. The figures are included in the Canal Cordon Report, 2018 on mode share of people coming into the city centre in the morning. The field work for the report was conducted over a number of days in November of last year. ht... Read More
  • NTA ADDRESSING GAPS ARISING FROM PARTIAL WITHDRAWAL OF SERVICES ON BUS ROUTE 735

    No legislative powers to refuse application to withdraw services The National Transport Authority is putting in place measures that will address gaps in service arising from the decision by Kenneally’s Bus Service Ltd. T/A JJ Kavanagh & Sons to withdraw service from a number of intermediate locations along bus route 735 from April 16th. It should be noted that the Authority has no legislative powers to refuse an application from a commercial bus operator to reduce or withdraw service... Read More
  • NTA APPOINT CONTRACTOR FOR MOBILE TICKETING SYSTEM

    The National Transport Authority has announced that the contract to supply and maintain a mobile ticketing solution for public transport has been awarded to Cubic Transportation Systems Ltd. The contract will provide a number of key services required to operate and administer the system. Cubic will be responsible for providing a mobile phone application that will enable public transport customers to purchase a range of tickets through their phone and be able to hold and present the ticket on ... Read More
  • Students get on board with Smarter Travel and win awards!

    Students from third level colleges around the country were awarded in the Light House Cinema for running events, developing and designing projects and creating videos, animations, radio ads and graphics for the National Transport Authority’s Smarter Travel Campus Awards 2019. The entries produced by students, promote ‘smarter’ modes of transport; particularly walking, cycling, public transport and carpooling. “We are delighted to see students from a variety of disciplines from campuse... Read More
  • THREE FURTHER BUS ROUTES IN DUBLIN SWITCHING TO GO-AHEAD IRELAND

    Improved bus services bring better integration with Dart Three more bus routes are to switch from Dublin Bus to Go-Ahead Ireland from Sunday 24 March in a move that will see improved services, across the Transport for Ireland bus network in the capital. This marks the final phase of the changeover of routes in the capital that commenced in September 2018. From Sunday, routes 18, 76 and 76A will be operated under the ‘Transport for Ireland’ brand by Go-Ahead Ireland, and passengers on t... Read More
  • News Alert – Major Outage Real Time Displays

    RTPI on street displays are currently experiencing an outage due to unforeseen emergency maintenance works across the mobile network. All planned scheduled public transport services are operating as normal. The outage is expected to be fixed later this evening. Read More
  • Spring has sprung with more service improvements on Dublin Bus

    From Sunday 24th March 2019, Dublin Bus is announcing a variety of service improvements across their network. Route 155 will be introduced Route 155 will operate 7 days a week from IKEA (Ballymun) to Bray Rail Station, serving Dublin City University, Phibsborough, the city centre, Donnybrook, University College Dublin, Stillorgan Road, Cabinteely, Shankill and Bray. Route 155 will extend cross-city services between north Dublin and County Wicklow, bringing people, business, universities and... Read More
  • Cork Hero Rob Heffernan launches Cork’s first ever 24 hour Route 220 Bus Service

    Over 60% growth in customer journeys on new improved bus network Weekday frequency doubled from every 30 minutes to 15 minutes Further improvements planned for the Cork city bus network in 2019   Local hero and Olympic Medalist Rob Heffernan recently launched the Bus Éireann Route 220 (Ballincollig-City Centre-Carragaline-Crosshaven) service in conjunction with the National Transport Authority (NTA). The service operates as part of the Transport for Ireland public transpor... Read More
  • Clarification on Taxi Driver Investigation

    Licensing of taxi drivers falls under the remit of An Garda Síochána rather than the National Transport Authority “Operation Vantage” is an operation which has been running for a number of years and is not related solely to taxis, being a wider immigration enquiry, although yesterday’s operation was focussed on Small Public Service Vehicle (SPSV) licences. In 2018, it was officers from the NTA who provided information to the Garda National Immigration Bureau, which triggered the fo... Read More