Irish Rail has said all services to Portlaoise, Cork, Galway, Waterford, Westport, Limerick and Kerry will be delayed

Services to and from Heuston station have resumed following a fatality near Sallins earlier today. A spokeswoman for Irish Rail said “everything is ba(...)

Train drivers vote for strike action . Photograph: Bryan O’Brien / The Irish Times

Rail passengers are facing travel disruptions on the Friday of the October Bank Holiday weekend. The disruptions are likely to affect commuter train s(...)

A Government decision, announced by  Minister for Transport Paschal Donohoe (pictured), has been criticised as ‘short-sighted’. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times.

The Government’s decision not to proceed with an underground Dart project for a number of years has been criticised, with Fianna Fáil describing the m(...)

LRC talks between Irish Rail and its drivers have collapsed increasing the possibility of industrial action.

Talks between Irish Rail and its train drivers have broken down in a development that appears to bring the threat of strike action closer. Last month(...)

Trains travelling to and from Dublin to the south of Ireland on Wednesday morning have been delayed for up to an hour. Cork, Kerry and Limerick train(...)

National Bus and Rail Union drivers “have an expectation that they will be balloted” on industrial action

Train users are facing an autumn of misery following a warning from unions that drivers are to be balloted on industrial action. According to the Nat(...)

Luas in Dublin city centre: cars are necessary but too many are bad. Towns designed for cars rather than people don’t work. It is essential we strike the right balance. Photograph: David Sleator

Submissions on the joint Dublin City Council/National Transport Agency transport proposals were due by August 7th, and almost immediately after that t(...)

Soprano Aoife Gibney from Dublin singing at the launch of the Culture Night announced in Merrion Square on Tuesday. Photograph: The Irish Times

A record 40 locations throughout the country will be taking part in the 10th annual Culture Night next month when special events and late-night openin(...)

Website of Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann 2015, taking place in Sligo.

Sligo was full of people dragging wheelie suitcases and musical instruments through its streets on Sunday as Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann , “the biggest (...)

NCPS said turnover rose by €800,000 from €11.4 million to €12.2 million while operating profit reached €235,368 compared to a loss of €669 in the previous year. Photograph: Peter Thursfield

Nationwide Controlled Parking Systems (NCPS), the State’s largest parking services business, returned to profit last year despite what it described a(...)