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Line has reopened between Portmarnock & Clongriffin after earlier bridge strike9 hours ago 0 3
Services currently stopped between Clongriffin & Portmarnock due to a truck hitting a bridge. Update to follow9 hours ago 3 8
That's all from us for today, just a reminder that we will be offline tomorrow. Enjoy the rest of the weekend and we will be back from 7am Monday Morning to help you on your way ^VDN hours ago 0 4
That's all from us today we will be back from 8 am tomorrow to help you on your way. hours ago 0 0
Reminder: Extra trains will operate after the @rodstewart concert @PaircUiCha0imh this evening 23.45hrs Cork to Midleton 23.45hrs Cork to Mallow 23.55hrs Cork to Cobh For more information, log onto #RodStewart hours ago 0 0


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    The National Transport Authority publishes draft Cork Metropolitan Area Transport Strategy (CMATS) and launches public consultation. The numbers of journeys undertaken by people using public transport in Cork will grow significantly between 2011 and 2040 under the Cork Transport Strategy. New stations and enhanced train services will see 20% of people and 30% of jobs within walking distance of the suburban rail network. A new east-west Light Rail line between Ballincollig and Mahon wi... Read More
  • NTA launches campaign to encourage respect for Taxi Drivers

    The National Transport Authority (NTA) has today (Sunday) launched its ‘Taxi Driver Respect’ campaign to encourage customers to respect their taxi drivers. The six-week national advertising campaign is going live today (Sunday) across digital and social media platforms and in the coming weeks on bus shelters, on-board public transport and on bus vehicles exteriors. The objective of this NTA campaign, which has been in development for a number of months, is to engender a more positi... Read More
  • Dublin Bus Service Enhancements

    Dublin Bus have announced another wave of service improvements from Sunday 13th May 2019 for Routes 14, 42, 43 and 61. Route 14 Will have a ten minute frequency during morning and evening peak-time travel, also offering greater flexibility with extra departures. Route 42 Will benefit from an improved timetable throughout the week, combined with extra departures and earlier start times on Sunday. Route 43 Will gain extra departures throughout the week, along with earlier start times on Sund... Read More
  • May Bank Holiday Weekend Updates 2019

    There will be a number of alterations to public transport services over the May Bank Holiday Weekend 2019. Dublin Bus have advised that a Sunday timetable will operate on Monday 6th May 2019. A full Nitelink service will operate on Friday 3rd May and Saturday 4th May 2019. There will be no Nitelink service on Sunday 5th May 2019. Details are available on the Dublin Bus website. Bus Éireann have advised alterations to services over the bank holiday weekend. Some services will be cancelled an... Read More
  • Bus Éireann Service Disruptions Friday 26th April 2019 – Co. Clare

    Commuters kindly take note that some Bus Éireann services will be curtailed on Friday 26th April 2019 as a result of a red weather warning.  These services include: Routes 51/51X: Limerick to Galway and Galway to Limerick Route 350: All services from 16:00 onwards will operate via N67 and WILL NOT serve the Cliffs of Moher Route 343: Limerick / Shannon / Ennis Route 336: 21.25 Ennis to Kilkee cancelled See more information on the Bus Éireann website here. Read More
  • Route 139 Naas to Blanchardstown – Easter Sunday 21st April Service Alterations

    Due to the Naas Easter Parade and Naas 5k road race, Naas Main Street and part of the Sallins Roads will be closed to vehicular traffic between 14.15hrs and 16.15hrs on Sunday 21st April.   As a result, the following service alterations will be in place:   13:00 Blanchardstown to Naas Service: The last stop will be at Naas GAA Club on Sallins Road. There will be no service to Monread Avenue, Naas Post Office and Naas Hospital.   15:00 Naas to Blanchardstown Se... Read More

    Car commuting continues to decline The number of people travelling into Dublin’s city centre using bus, train or Luas in the morning peak has reached record levels, according to figures being published today by Dublin City Council and the National Transport Authority. The figures are included in the Canal Cordon Report, 2018 on mode share of people coming into the city centre in the morning. The field work for the report was conducted over a number of days in November of last year. ht... Read More

    No legislative powers to refuse application to withdraw services The National Transport Authority is putting in place measures that will address gaps in service arising from the decision by Kenneally’s Bus Service Ltd. T/A JJ Kavanagh & Sons to withdraw service from a number of intermediate locations along bus route 735 from April 16th. It should be noted that the Authority has no legislative powers to refuse an application from a commercial bus operator to reduce or withdraw service... Read More

    The National Transport Authority has announced that the contract to supply and maintain a mobile ticketing solution for public transport has been awarded to Cubic Transportation Systems Ltd. The contract will provide a number of key services required to operate and administer the system. Cubic will be responsible for providing a mobile phone application that will enable public transport customers to purchase a range of tickets through their phone and be able to hold and present the ticket on ... Read More
  • Students get on board with Smarter Travel and win awards!

    Students from third level colleges around the country were awarded in the Light House Cinema for running events, developing and designing projects and creating videos, animations, radio ads and graphics for the National Transport Authority’s Smarter Travel Campus Awards 2019. The entries produced by students, promote ‘smarter’ modes of transport; particularly walking, cycling, public transport and carpooling. “We are delighted to see students from a variety of disciplines from campuse... Read More