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  • NTA Launches Public Consultation on Second Phase of the Core Bus Corridor Project

    The National Transport Authority has today announced details of the second phase of the BusConnects Core Bus Corridor project with the unveiling of a further six of the sixteen routes that are earmarked for development. The BusConnects programme aims to transform Dublin’s bus system, with the Core Bus Corridor project providing 230kms of dedicated bus lanes and 200km of cycle lanes on sixteen of the busiest bus corridors in and out of the city centre. This project is fundamental to addressi... Read More
  • Nine Further Bus Routes in Dublin Switching to Go-Ahead Ireland

    Improved bus services bring better integration with Dart Nine more bus routes are to switch from Dublin Bus to Go-Ahead Ireland from Sunday 20 January in a move that will see improved services, across the Transport for Ireland bus network in the capital. From Sunday, routes 17, 104, 114, 161, 220, 236, 238, 239 and 270 will be operated under the ‘Transport for Ireland’ brand by Go-Ahead Ireland, and passengers on these routes will see immediate improvements in frequ... Read More
  • Further Growth in Passenger Journey Numbers on ‘Transport For Ireland’ Subsidised Services

    16 million more passengers use public transport in 2018 266,000,000 passenger journeys were provided by Dublin Bus, Bus Éireann, Iarnród Éireann, Luas and Go-Ahead Ireland on ‘Transport For Ireland’ Public Service Obligation (PSO) services in 2018. That’s an increase of almost 16 million, or 6.28% compared to 2017. The preliminary full-year figures for each of the state-supported public transport operators were published today. With a jump of 12.9%, Bus Éireann has p... Read More
  • BusConnects Corridor Plans Will Reduce Journey Times For Commuters

    CEO of The National Transport Authority, Anne Graham speaking at the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Transport, Tourism, discussing National Transport Authority plans to create Dublin Core Bus Corridors. Thank you for the invitation to attend. I am joined by my colleague Hugh Creegan, Deputy CEO of the NTA. I understand that the Committee wishes to focus upon the Core Bus Corridor Project which is part of the BusConnects Dublin programme. Background The overall framework for transport pro... Read More
  • Low Emission Bus Trial

    The National Transport Authority, in partnership with The Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Dublin Bus and Bus Éireann, recently launched the Low Emission Bus Trial, to test a range of technologies and fuels under real-driving conditions on selected Dublin and Cork routes. Supported by the Green Public Transport Fund, full electric, hybrid-electric, hydrogen and compressed natural gas/biogas buses are being tested alongside retrofitted diesel buses. The buses are being assessed unde... Read More
  • New fleet and improved bus services for Waterford City Services

      - 17 new State-of-the-art vehicles - 21 new jobs created   Bus Éireann, in conjunction with the National Transport Authority (NTA) are pleased to announce the introduction of an enhanced Waterford city service commencing from Sunday, December 9th 2018. This enhanced network will be delivered by a fleet of 17 new state-of-the-art city buses. All vehicles will be fully accessible and feature Transport For Ireland livery. They will operate the five city routes in Wate... Read More
  • Greater Frequency and New Route Among Improvements for Bus Customers in Dublin

    New bus link to Luas and improved bus services for north county commuters from Sunday. Four more bus routes switched from Dublin Bus to Go-Ahead Ireland last Sunday December 2nd, in a move that will see improved services, not just on these routes, but in other parts of the network too. Since Sunday, routes 17A, 33A, 33B and 102 are now operated under the ‘Transport for Ireland’ brand by Go-Ahead Ireland, and passengers on these routes will see immediate improvements in frequency and se... Read More
  • New Public Transport Fares Take Effect From Saturday

    No changes to daily and weekly Leap Card fare caps. The new public transport fares announced by NTA on 18th October, take effect starting this weekend. The process of the simplification of public transport fares in the Dublin area continues with new fares for Bus, Luas, Dart and commuter rail taking a step towards a flat fare as envisaged in NTA’s BusConnects proposals. There are savings of around 30% for customers using Leap cards compared to cash, so it make sense for people to make... Read More
  • Garda Security Road Closure – UEFA 2020 Draw

    Sunday 2nd December 2018 - North Wall Quay, Dublin 1 An order will be signed under Section 21 of the Criminal Justice (Public Order) Act, 1994 to allow a Garda Cordon be put in place around the Convention Centre Dublin for the internationally significant UEFA 2020 Draw. Delegates from all 55 UEFA member nations, Heads of State and over 350 international media representatives will be in attendance for the event, with an estimated worldwide TV audience of 140 million. Traffic restrictions an... Read More
  • Improved Bus Services for North County Commuters from Sunday

    Four more bus routes are to switch from Dublin Bus to Go-Ahead Ireland from Sunday December 2nd, in a move that will see improved services, not just on these routes, but in other parts of the network too. From Sunday, routes 17A, 33A, 33B and 102 will be operated under the ‘Transport for Ireland’ livery by Go-Ahead Ireland, and passengers on these routes will see immediate improvements in frequency and service levels. In addition, the switchover of routes will free up resourc... Read More