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That's all from us this evening folks! We're back in the morning at 7am to help you on your way. Slán libh! ^IS https://t.co/X5Gdwpp8BZ4 hours ago 0 1
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⚠️Delays across both Red and Green Lines. Please see https://t.co/GkL4FmFo1J for information. Apologies to any customer affected. NF4 hours ago 1 2
⚠️⚠️ Red Line is operating with delays of up to 30 minutes line wide due to road traffic congestion. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience this has caused you. NF5 hours ago 1 2
Changes to @IrishRail services this weekend to accommodate line improvement works. Check details before you travel here: https://t.co/n4wlNI3jOJ5 hours ago 0 0

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  • NTA COMMENCES PROCUREMENT PROCESS FOR 600 HYBRID BUSES

    New buses will be capable of zero-tailpipe-emissions operation which is good news from an air quality point of view. NTA has commenced the procurement process for up to 600 double-deck hybrid buses, as a key element of the BusConnects programme. NTA intends to enter into a Single Supplier Framework Agreement for the buses. This process is part of the transition to low emission buses, including electric buses, for the urban public bus fleet, as provided for in ProjectIreland 2040 and the Cl... Read More
  • ‘Kids Go Free’ from Monday 1st July – Sunday 28th July with Valid Child Leap Card

    Kids Go Free campaign to facilitate over 1 million trips from Monday 1st July – Sunday 28th July. Following the success of previous campaigns this year’s Kids Go Free promotion has been extended from two to four weeks, during July, to facilitate over a million free child trips. The announcement was made today by National Transport Authority CEO Anne Graham. All Child Leap Card holders (aged 5 – 18) can travel freely on Leap Card services provided they present a Child Leap Card with a... Read More
  • TFI Leap Card Kids Go Free

    Child Leap Card holders can travel free on any of the below TFI Leap Card enabled services from Monday 1st until Sunday 28th July (inclusive). Any Child Leap Card (5-15 or 16-18) can be used to get free travel provided there is at least 1 cent Travel Credit on the card. Simply use your Child Leap Card as normal and you won’t be charged. Kids Go Free services include: All Dublin Bus scheduled services (excluding Airlink and Nitelink) All Go-Ahead Ireland scheduled services All Lua... Read More
  • NTA CYCLE SPEND INCREASES SUBSTANTIALLY

    The National Transport Authority (NTA) spent more than €21.6m on the provision for walking/cycling infrastructure in 2018. This compares to €11.52m the previous year. The figures are contained in a report published by the NTA today on their Sustainable Transport Measure Grants scheme. https://www.nationaltransport.ie/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Sustainable_TM_Grants_2018_v2_web.pdf The report was published to coincide with the Velo City conference which takes place in the Convention Cen... Read More
  • Pride 2019

    The Pride Parade is scheduled to begin at 1.00pm on Saturday June 29th and will travel via O’Connell Street, Eden Quay, Custom House Quay, Talbot Memorial Bridge, City Quay, Lombard Street, Westland Row and end at Merrion Square. The parade will last approximately 2 hours and during that time there will be rolling road closures and traffic diversions across the city. Dublin LGBTQ Pride will host a free family friendly event in Merrion Square from 12.00pm to 7.00pm on Saturday June 29th. To ... Read More
  • Additional Irish Rail Services for Upcoming Concerts & Events

    Irish Rail will have additional DART services available for upcoming concerts in Malahide Castle, the RDS and Croke Park. Customers are advised to book tickets online as services will be busy and priority will be given to customers who book their tickets online. Tickets for the additional late night services (where applicable) will only be sold online with tickets not available for customers who show up at the station. Please be advised that due to the Concerts and Events taking place an i... Read More
  • Waterford Real Time Information – Bus Routes W1 – W5

    Live Information for Waterford City Bus routes W1 – W5 will not be on the Real Time Ireland iPhone App from 15th June. W1 – W5 users can continue to get Live Information on the TFI Journey Planner App. Read More
  • Upcoming Go-Ahead Ireland Timetable Changes

    Following consultation with and approval from the National Transport Authority (NTA), Go-Ahead Ireland is amending several of their timetables. The changes will come into effect on Sunday 16th June 2019 and relate to the 17 (Blackrock-Rialto), 17A (Blanchardstown-Kilbarrack), 104 (Clontarf-DCU), 114 (Blackrock-Ticknock) and 220/220A (Lady’s Well Road-DCU). A summary is below; and new timetables will available on www.transportforireland.ie and www.goaheadireland.ie. On changeover day, the... Read More
  • Brittany Ferries Cancellation of Sailings Cork to Roscoff

    KNOW YOUR RIGHTS IF AFFECTED BY BRITTANY FERRIES CANCELLATION OF SAILINGS ON THE PONT AVEN FROM CORK - ROSCOFF – CORK AND SAILINGS ON THE CONNEMARA FROM CORK – SANTANDER - CORK. The National Transport Authority as the designated enforcement body for the purposes of Regulation (EU) No. 1177/2010 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 24 November 2010 concerning the rights of passengers when traveling by sea and inland waterways and amending regulation (EC) No. 2006/2004 (the “R... Read More
  • Slane 2019 Metallica

    Q: Who is on the lineup A: Metallica is the headline act for Slane Castle on Saturday 8th June 2019. Please check the MCD website (www.mcd.ie) for further updates nearer the show date. Q: What time are Gates open at? A: Gates open 2pm (14:00). Please note there is no queuing before this time. Please keep an eye on www.mcd.ie for all the latest event updates. Q: Where and when is Slane Castle Concert site? A:  Slane is 40 miles north of Dublin. On show day, the village is clo... Read More