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  • Know your rights if affected by Irish Ferries July 2018 cancellations

    The National Transport Authority is advising Irish Ferries passengers due to sail from Ireland to France on the WB Yeats ferry in July 2018, to check if they will be affected by the cancellations announced on Friday 20 April. Consumers affected by these cancellations should, in the first instance, contact Irish Ferries on 00 353 818 300 400 or email customersupport@irishferries.com. If you are not happy with its response you can contact the National Transport Authority on 00 353 187 98300 or ... Read More
  • Conradh sínithe ag Go-Ahead chun 24 sheirbhís bus faoi oibleagáid seirbhíse poiblí (OSP) a chur ar fail

    Shínigh Go-Ahead Dublin agus an tÚdarás Náisiúnta Iompair conradh inniu a bhaineann le cur ar fáil 24 bhusbhealach faoi Oibleagáid Seirbhíse Poiblí (OSP) i mórcheantar Bhaile Átha Cliath. Táthar ag súil leis go dtosóidh Go-Ahead Dublinag cur ar fáil seirbhís ar chuid de na busbhealaí seo faoi lár mhí Dheireadh Fómhair 2018 agus ar na busbhealaí ar fad faoi dheireadh mhí Eanáir 2019. Roghnaíodh Go-Ahead Dublin mar thairgeoir tosaíochta an bhliain seo caite i bpr... Read More
  • Go-Ahead Dublin signs contract to operate 24 PSO bus services in Dublin

    Go-Ahead Dublin and the National Transport Authority have today signed the contract relating to the operation of 24 Public Service Obligation (PSO) bus routes in the Dublin metropolitan area. Go-Ahead Dublin is expected to begin operating some of these routes by the middle of October 2018 and all routes by the end of January 2019 Go-Ahead Dublin was last year selected as preferred bidder under a competitive public procurement process. Under this process the Most Economically Advantageo... Read More
  • Creativity celebrated at the NTA Smarter Travel Student Multimedia Awards 2018

    The National Transport Authority have announced the winners of their annual “Smarter Travel Student Multimedia Awards” at an award ceremony at Belltable, Limerick. The Smarter Travel Campus Programme is organised by the National Transport Authority with funding from the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport.  The competition was open to students in colleges who are partners of the Smarter Travel Campus, a national programme that encourages third level colleges in Ireland to prom... Read More
  • You can now use your Leap Card to access GoCar in Dublin

    The National Transport Authority and GoCar are delighted to announce that smarter travel users can now access the car sharing scheme using their Leap Card. To celebrate the integration of Leap Cards into the service, GoCar are offering free signup for the month of April to celebrate. GoCar said “We’re delighted to be able to integrate Leap Cards into the GoCar service. Our mission is to provide an attractive alternative to car ownership, and we believe the integration of public transp... Read More
  • Local Link Rural Transport Programme Strategic Plan

    The National Transport Authority has published its first strategic plan for the Local Link Rural Transport Programme and covers the period 2018 to 2022. This strategy is aligned with the Authority’s Statement of Strategy for the same period. The key priorities of the Programme continue to include addressing rural social exclusion and the integration of rural transport services with other public transport services. The Programme mission statement is ‘to provide a quality nationwide comm... Read More
  • DublinBikes has four new stations

    Dublin’s Lord Mayor Mícheál Mac Donncha today officially opened Dublin’s newest Just Eat dublinbikes station in George’s Lane, Smithfield, Dublin 7. In addition to George’s Lane, three other new stations are opening today located at St Brendan’s Way (South), the Clock Tower, and Ivy Avenue (North).

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  • Details of MetroLink emerging preferred route announced

    National Transport Authority (NTA) and Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) are announcing details of the Emerging Preferred Route for MetroLink, the metro service that will run from Estuary north of Swords to Sandyford on the southside, serving Dublin Airport and the City Centre.

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  • Local Link Donegal shortlisted for Age Friendly Transport Award

      Congratulations to Local Link Donegal who have been shortlisted for the Age Friendly Transport Award at Ireland’s National Age Friendly Recognition and Achievement Awards 2018. The Age Friendly Ireland Programme, hosted by Monaghan County Council, takes place in the Hillgrove Hotel April 10th. The primary aim of these awards is to recognise and reward achievement in age friendly initiatives around Ireland. The Age Friendly Transport Award is all about getting to wher... Read More
  • NTA announces preferred bidder for bus services on Kildare commuter corridor

    GoAhead has been announced as the preferred bidder for the contract relating to the operation of six bus routes in the Dublin Commuter Area along the Kildare corridor.

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