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Due to the Bettystown race taking place on 17 July, the following Route D1 services between Drogheda & Laytown will only operate on an end to end basis: Services from Drogheda: 19:15, 19:45, 20:15, 20:45. Services from Laytown: 19:15, 19:45, 20:15, 20:45, 21:15 @LMFMRADIO10 hours ago 1 3
Meet the Luas Manager takes place on Wednesday. If you want to share your travelling experience with us go to for event information! hours ago 0 0
Check out the Irish Wheelchair Association’s new travel survey for people with physical disabilities at hours ago 4 1
Public consultation on the Dublin Area Bus Network Redesign begins today July 16 until September 28 - For all info on submissions visit hours ago 6 6


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  • Revised bus network will see overall service levels increase by over a quarter

    National Transport Authority (NTA) has published its Dublin Area Bus Network Redesign Public Consultation report The report has been prepared by Jarrett Walker & Associates, a US based firm which specialises in designing metropolitan public transport systems. The report makes far-reaching proposals that will bring about improved services for bus passengers in the Dublin metropolitan area and will provide for a more integrated public transport system. The rep... Read More
  • Kids go free with Child Leap Card from 2nd -15th July

    Simply use your Child Leap Card as normal and you won’t be charged. Any Child Leap Card (5-15 or 16-18) can be used to get free travel from Monday 2nd July until Sunday the 15th July (inclusive) provided it has at least 1 cent Travel Credit.

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  • Transport for Ireland and Immigrant Council of Ireland invite commuters to take part in campaign to combat racism

    Transport for Ireland and the Immigrant Council of Ireland are today inviting commuters to show their support for this year’s anti-racism campaign, and take a stand against racism on public transport. The two bodies have run an advertising campaign every year since 2013 as a key part of an overall effort to tackle racism on public transport. TFI is the single public transport brand established by the National Transport Authority to promote and integrate public transport services in Irela... Read More
  • Irish Ferries

    The National Transport Authority is extremely disappointed with the announcement yesterday by Irish Ferries of further cancellations to their WB Yeats sailings from the 30th July to 17th September 2018, which will impact approximately 19,000 passengers in addition to the 10,000 passengers already affected by its earlier announcement in April of its intention to cancel all sailings on the WB Yeats scheduled to sail from the 12th to the 29th July. Passengers affected by these cancellations shou... Read More
  • NTA sets out proposals to improve bus journey times for passengers in Dublin

    The National Transport Authority has today published the Core Bus Corridors Project report. This discussion document sets out draft proposals to vastly improve bus journey times and cycling priority along an increasing number of congested corridors in the Dublin region. The project is part of the NTA’s €2bn BusConnects Dublin programme to transform the city’s bus system. The proposals, which if implemented, will provide the following: 230kms of continuous bus priority over 16 radia... Read More
  • Leixlip Festival 2018

    The main street in Lexlip will be closed from the bottom of Captains Hill to Rye Vale Tavern. No restriction to Captains Hill from the East end of Leixlip, this will affect the 139 bus route.

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  • Major disruptions to Irish Rail services 21st to 27th May

    Iarnród Éireann advises customers that due to fire damage to signalling equipment at Bray on Friday 18th May, major disruption is continuing between Dalkey and Greystones until further notice. 

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  • More than half of commuters now use public transport in Dublin

    The number of people travelling into Dublin’s City Centre using bus, train or Luas every morning has reached record levels, according to figures published today by Dublin City Council and the National Transport Authority.

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  • Reaching New Heights! TFI Leap Card Passes 3 Million Mark

    The National Transport Authority today marked the recent sale of the 3 millionth Leap Card, the convenient way to pay for public transport services in Dublin, Cork, Galway, Limerick, Waterford and Wexford. Of the 3 million cards issued to date, close to 250,000 have been sold in the first four months of 2018 alone. Since the sale of the first edition over 6 years ago, the Leap Card has enabled 495 million journeys – 63.5 million of which took place from January to April 2018. The ... Read More
  • NTA to extend Local Link to provide evening services

    NTA has announced that 50 new services providing evening and night time services in rural areas, have been given the green light.

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