Michael Flaherty (59), a Bus Éireann worker, of Galway City, leaving court after the High Court case involving squatters rights on a property on Henry St, Galway. Photograph: Courtpix

A man who failed to establish squatters’ rights on the house he has lived in for most of his life is to be allowed remain there for another year, the (...)

Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Paschal Donohoe said: “I am committed to the tendering of 10 per cent of bus routes.” Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

The Minister for Transport has again given his support to controversial plans to put out to tender a number of routes traditionally operatedby Dublin (...)

Santa Claus. Health and safety regulations prohibit Bus Éireann drivers dressing as the Christmas mascot. Photograph: Getty Images

Passengers on a Cork bus will protest on Friday to reinstate a much loved Christmas tradition. The move follows the introduction of regulations that p(...)

On Iarnród Éireann trains there are six million wifi sessions every year across Dart and intercity journeys

Public transport wifi may be opened up to sponsors, according to a market consultation document published by CIÉ. The group of companies wants to gene(...)

The High Court ruled a man who has been living in a run-down house near Galway city centre is not entitled to claim squatters’ rights.

A man who has lived all his life in a run-down house near Galway city centre is not entitled to claim squatters’ rights over the property, the High Co(...)

Passengers on Iarnród Éireann make some 28.6 million journeys a year and have 6 million wifi sessions.

CIÉ is to start looking at ways of monetising the onboard wifi service on its rail and bus fleets.In a tender published today, the company said it is (...)

The outcome of talks today between public transport unions and the National Transport Authority means the possibility of nationwide bus strikes in the run-up to Christmas has been avoided. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Fears of nationwide bus strikes were allayed today following talks at the Labour Relations Commission (LRC). Public transport unions and the National (...)

Conventional Dublin Bus services currently run until 11.30pm or midnight, but the company also operates late-night Nitelink services until 4am in some cases. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Dublin Bus is looking at the potential of introducing all-night services in the capital. The State-owned transport company said it was examining this (...)

Cash fares on Dublin Bus will go up by over 7 per cent while Luas fares will rise by more than 6 per cent from
November 1st. Short hop tickets on Irish Rail will climb by over 9 per cent while Bus Éireann fares will rise by an average of 5 per cent . Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Users of public transport will be forgiven a weary “not again” this morning after the National Transport Authority (NTA) announced it had once more sa(...)

 Luas monthly and annual ticket fares are set to increase by more than 6 per cent from next week.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien / The Irish Times

Public transport fares, including Dublin Bus, Bus Éireann, Luas and Irish Rail, are set to increase from next weekend, the National Transport Authorit(...)