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Our three vehicles are looking spectacular in the sunshine at #ploughing19. Do you fancy getting your picture taken #IntheDrivingSeat, come over to us at the #GovVillage, stand 459 @merrionstreet @NPAIE https://t.co/LL3c6tNqb443 mins ago 0 0
RT @TFIupdates: From September 16th to 29th we'll be reducing the TFI Leap weekly caps so you can travel more for free @LeapCard @dublinbus54 mins ago 2 0
It’s the final day of @NPAIE - visit us at #GovVillage where there’s a whole world of Government services and state agencies here to help! We’re at Block 3, Row 21, Stand 459 with info on new hybrid technology for trains, pollinators, level crossings and @Rosslareuroport https://t.co/NUQEJ318Pe1 hour ago 1 3
Update: Delays up to 10 minutes remain to DART services due to earlier mechanical issue. Some service alterations also occurring as we work to return to normal schedule https://t.co/CbFMB3UtwC1 hour ago 1 0
RT @STCampus: Come see us at #HigherOptions we’ve got maps of travel options and services for campuses across Ireland - and some goodies to…1 hour ago 1 0

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  • TFI Leap Card fares promotion this September

    From September 16th-29th (inclusive) TFI Leap Card fare discounts are even bigger! Travel more with reduced Leap Capping We are lowering the TFI Leap Card weekly caps, so if you travel on Dublin Bus, Go-Ahead Ireland, Luas, DART and Commuter Rail (Short-Hop zone), you won’t pay more than €25 for students and adults and €7 for children; once you reach the reduced weekly cap all of your journeys for the remainder of the week are free! Enjoy 30% bigger savings on selected Bus Éi... Read More
  • TFI Leap Card Promo Means Further Savings for Customers

    Transport for Ireland (TFI) has announced special free and reduced fares for TFI Leap Card users this month on the TFI public transport network. From 16 – 29 September, TFI Leap Card multi-mode weekly caps are reduced as follows: €25 down from €40 for adults €25 down from €30 for students €7 down from €14 for children   Once passengers reach this weekly cap amount, their subsequent journeys on the Luas, Dublin Bus, DART, Go-Ahead Ireland and Iarnród Éirea... Read More
  • Route 139 Naas to Blanchardstown – Saturday 17th August Service Alterations

    Due to the Naas Community Fete, Naas Main Street will be closed to vehicular traffic between 10:00hrs and 18:00hrs on Saturday 17th August.  As a result, the following service alterations will be in place: 09:00 – 15:00 Blanchardstown to Naas Services: There will be no service at Naas Post Office. 11:00 – 17:00 Naas to Blanchardstown Services: There will be no service at Naas Post Office and Our Lady St. David. Read More
  • Transport for Ireland and Immigrant Council of Ireland launch new anti-racism campaign on public transport

    Commuters asked to unite against racism by donating their selfies at Heuston Station A new anti-racism campaign on public transport has been unveiled today featuring commuters from across Ireland who are standing in solidarity against all forms of racism. Hundreds of selfies donated by passengers have been amalgamated to create a large montage representing diversity on the Transport for Ireland (TFI) public transport network.  Renowned collage artist Charis Tsevis developed the cre... Read More
  • New fleet and improved bus services for Drogheda

    17 new jobs created for the town 5 new state-of-the-art vehicles 136% frequency increase between Drogheda/Laytown and Bettystown Bus Éireann in conjunction with Transport for Ireland are pleased to announce the introduction of significant service enhancements to services between Drogheda Town and Laytown commencing from Sunday, August 11th 2019. This enhanced network will be delivered by a fleet of 5 new state-of-the-art buses. All vehicles will be fully wheelchair accessibl... Read More
  • Major Jobs Announcement for Naas as Go-Ahead Ireland Gears Up to Operate Routes on the TFI Network

    Go-Ahead Ireland, the country’s newest bus company, has officially opened its second depot in Ireland. Located in the Naas Enterprise Park, the move sees Go-Ahead Ireland create a further 100 local jobs and invest millions in the next phase of its Irish operation. At today’s event was Ed Wills, MD of Go-Ahead Ireland, who commented: “In September 2018 we began operating our first bus route in Dublin. Since then we have carried close to 7 million passengers and now operate 10% of the ... Read More
  • More than 1.4 million ‘Kids Go Free’ trips so far this July

    There have been over 1.4 million trips taken by children on the TFI Network as part of the Kids Go Free on Leap promotion this month. Kids Go Free continued until Sunday 28th July at midnight. All this month, thousands of children and young adults have been able to travel to many of Ireland’s fantastic summer events and festivals for free thanks to this offer. To get your Child Leap Card, go to www.leapcard.ie or drop in to any one of the 650 Payzone agents across the c... Read More
  • 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