The new 2.5% pay deal for An Post staff will take effect from the beginning of this month. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Staff in An Post have voted to accept a new pay deal which will provide for a 2.5 per cent pay increase with effect from the beginning of this month. (...)

 There will be revised schedules on all routes to and from Heuston Station on Saturday and Sunday due to line improvement works between Hazelhatch and Portlaoise. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Rail commuters are set for a bank holiday weekend of travel disruption with works curtailing services to and from Connolly and Heuston stations. Iris(...)

A Dublin Bus driver is to go on trial charged with careless driving causing the death of a cyclist.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times.

A Dublin Bus driver is to go on trial charged with careless driving causing the death of a cyclist. Mary White (55) was cycling along Burlington Roa(...)

Dart services have been suspended between Bray and Greystones after an incident on the rail tracks. The incident took place between Greystones train (...)

Dublin Bus said it was engaged in a process with trade unions at the Workplace Relations Commission. File photograph: Aidan Crawley

Dublin Bus is understood to have offered staff pay increases of about 6 per cent over four years. However, informed sources said on Tuesday night the(...)

Iarnród Éireann indicated on Monday it will take High Court action against the NBRU and Siptu over what it alleged was unofficial industrial action by Dart drivers. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The National Bus and Rail Union has warned Irish Rail that it should be careful about taking legal action against its members. Iarnród Éireann indica(...)

The ‘Shred of Decency’ confetti campaign created by Rothco for Daintree Paper

“How to work in advertising and not hate yourself” was the eyebrow-moving title of Rothco’s laugh-laden presentation to the Offset design and creativi(...)

An artist’s impression Dublin City Centre around the Dame Street area showing the pedestrian space in front of Trinity College if Dublin City Council’s plans for College Green go ahead.

Business organisations have raised concerns about plans for the creation of a pedestrian and cycle plaza at Dublin’s College Green. The new civic s(...)

Luas staff have said that increases set out in the Workplace Relations Commission were insufficient.

All Luas staff are to be served with protective notice with immediate effect by Transdev, the operator of the Dublin light rail service. The company (...)

An artist’s impression of the plans for the pedestrianisation of College Green in Dublin.

Motorists and bus passengers will face major changes to their daily commute to Dublin city centre, following the creation of the pedestrian and cycle (...)