Conor Whelan, chairman of Retail Ireland. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Retailers have asked Dublin City Council to scrap proposals to ban private cars from large parts of the city centre because they say it will have “(...)

New sign: diagonal black lines on white background were designed to replace the 80km/h signs on rural roads.

Over half of the local authorities who were required to erect a new rural speed limit sign have done so two months after the Department of Transport’s(...)

Complaints to the Road Safety Authority included many about speed limit signs and speeding on rural roads. Photograph: Eric Luke

The Road Safety Authority has received dozens of emails from people expressing fears about “death trap” roads and speeding in rural areas, as well (...)

The Irish railway system has always been operated by Irish Rail, part of the State-owned CIÉ

What’s all this about the EU trying to change the Irish railway system? The European Commission is working on legislation to establish a single rai(...)

Iarnród Éireann has introduced a cost-saving programme and has debts of about €150m

The contract to run rail services in Ireland should be put out to international tender, the European Commission has proposed, a move that could have s(...)

Minister for Transport Paschal Donohoe. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

The Department of Transport has denied that the Minister for Transport must recommend a selected Galway bypass to Europe before the route applicati(...)

Tony O’Malley, chief executive of Fujitsu Ireland, says the   Army exposes you to people management at an early stage.

Running a technology services company may not seem like it has much in common with being in the Irish Army, but for Fujitsu Ireland’s new chief execut(...)

Traffic in South William Street in Dublin. File photograph: Dave Meehan

Travelling by car remains the dominant choice of transport for Irish people rather than using public transport, a new report shows. The report showed(...)

Sir, – For pedestrians, the bane of our lives has been the increased number of cyclists using the paths as substitute cycle ways. If the new provisio(...)

The Skelligs, Co Kerry: Department of Transport wants to shorten ferry season.  Photograph: David Sleator

Boats ferrying visitors to the famed Skellig Michael pilgrimage island off the Co Kerry coast are having their season unlawfully shortened, it has bee(...)