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  • Luas Cross City will open at 2pm on the 9th December

    At 2pm on Saturday 9th December 2017 passenger services will start on Luas Cross City; the extension of the Green Line through the City Centre to Broombridge. The Luas Cross City construction project started in June 2013 and has delivered 5.9km of track with 13 new Luas stops taking Luas through the city centre and north to Broombridge. The Luas Cross City line will now become part of the Luas Green Line when passenger services start at 2pm Sat 9th Dec. More information is available ... Read More
  • 31 million increase in public transport passengers since 2013

    In 2013, there were 210m passengers on subsidised Public Service Obligation (PSO) services, while in 2016, that number went up to 236m.

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  • ‘Kids go Free’ with Local Link continues until 27th August

    The ‘Kids go Free’ promotion on Local Link bus services continues until Sunday 27th August. All children and young people up to 19 years of age can avail of the free travel on any of the over 1,000 Local Link services provided nationally from Monday 14th to Sunday 27th August. The ‘Kids go Free’ promotion encourages families, children and teens to use Local Link services for their leisure activities, and to get out and about in rural areas in advance of children returning to school... Read More
  • Transport Companies Unite to Tackle Racism

    Dublin Bus, Iarnród Éireann, Bus Éireann, Transdev, Local Link bus services and the taxi industry are uniting today to launch a campaign to challenge racism on public transport. Coordinated by the Immigrant Council of Ireland in partnership with Transport for Ireland and Dublin City Council, it is the biggest anti-racism campaign of its kind in Europe with over one thousand posters displayed during a two week period. Brian Killoran, CEO of the Immigrant Council of Ireland, said, “The Imm... Read More
  • NTA Announces Go-Ahead as preferred bidder for bus routes in Dublin

    Go-Ahead has been selected as the preferred bidder for the contract relating to the operation of 24 Public Service Obligation (PSO) bus routes in the Dublin metropolitan area. NTA has written to Go-Ahead to inform the company of the decision. Go-Ahead is expected to begin operating some of these routes by the end of November 2018 and all routes by February 2019. Chief Executive of the National Transport Authority Anne Graham said: “This is ultimately about improving bus services for Dubl... Read More
  • Kids go Free’ campaign attracts 50% more kids to public transport compared to 2016

    Over 640,000 free trips were provided to Leap Card holders between the ages of 4 and 18 from Monday 3rd July to Sunday 16th July.

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  • Online survey launched ahead of rickshaw legislation

    The survey is seeking the views of members of the public, organisations, rickshaw owners as well as rickshaw drivers.

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  • Public Consultation on taxi fare review gets under way

    Proposals that maximum fares should be increased in line with costs of running a taxi, are going out to public consultation today.

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  • Major milestone successfully completed for Luas Cross City Project – June 2017

    On Saturday 17 June and Sunday 18 June in Dublin city, the first trams were successfully tested on the new Luas Cross City route, marking a significant milestone for the project. On the Saturday, the gauge run consisted of using two trams moving at slow speeds (from 5kph up to 10kph) between St. Stephen’s Green, College Green, over to O’Connell Street before testing was completed at Broadstone. On the Sunday, the gauge run continued off-street between Broadstone and Cabra and then through t... Read More
  • BusConnects can increase bus passenger numbers by 50%

    BusConnects is a suite of initiatives to radically transform public transport in the Dublin region, it was launched today by Minister for Transport Sport and Tourism Shane Ross, and Anne Graham, Chief Executive Officer of the National Transport Authority. The ambitious proposals will put bus services at the heart of the solution when it comes to addressing congestion in the capital.

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