Passenger levels of Dart services specifically have increased by 8 per cent in 2015.  File photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Dublin’s Dart passengers face longer journeys from next year under plans from Iarnród Éireann to add more trains to the line. Dart services are to be (...)

The dispute centres on claims by drivers for payment for past productivity measures put in place over recent years. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Talks aimed at averting a planned three-hour strike by train drivers on Friday are continuing. The talks process involving management at Iarnród Éire(...)

Heuston and other stations nationwide will go quiet for three hours on Friday morning. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Train passengers can expect to be without services this Friday morning as no progress made over the weekend in scheduling fresh talks to avert a plann(...)

The NBRU has warned of potential industrial action at Dublin Bus in a dispute over pay. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

With thousands of train passengers set to face disruption as a result of strike action in the weeks ahead, the prospect of industrial action has also (...)

Informed sources have suggested any industrial action could involve stoppages on Dart, commuter and national rail services for short periods. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Train drivers are expected to vote today in favour of strike action in the weeks ahead in a row over payment for past productivity. Trade unions Sipt(...)

A second trade union at Iarnród Éireann has warned of potential strike action on the country’s railways in the weeks ahead in a dispute over payments (...)

Iarnród Éireann has said the increase in journeys is due to a number of factors including Leap Card initiatives, online sales promotions, and economic growth and stabilisation.

More commuters are opting to take the train, according to figures released by Iarnród Éireann on Monday. Rail passenger journeys on Intercity, Dart an(...)

The Enterprise train leaving Connolly Station, Dublin, for Belfast. Iarnród Éireann is encouraging customers to keep up to date with its social media feeds due to disruption on the line on Thursday, February 5th. File photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

Disruptions to the Dublin to Belfast rail line are continuing following the discovery of a suspect device on the tracks on Wednesday evening.Services (...)

Fares for the late night services will be charged at the normal rate. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien /The Irish Times

It is the time of the year for celebrations and Iarnród Éireann have announced extra late night services to help people get home. Late night services (...)

Pay cuts at the centre of the dispute were introduced last week and will remain in place for 28 months.

Talks aimed at averting futher industrial action at Iarnród Éireann are continuing at the Labour Relations Commission tonight. Trade unions and(...)