Applegreen raised €70 million in a stock market listing in June

How interesting it was last week to see the Applegreen consortium launched legal action against Transport Infrastructure Ireland in an attempt to over(...)

The Dublin Housing Supply Task Force said there was enough zoned land in the greater Dublin area to meet housing demand for the next six years. Photograph: Neil Hall/Reuters

More State investment is needed in Dublin city than in the other three Dublin local authority areas combined in order to make priority zoned lands us(...)

Almost 100,000 new homes could be built on available zoned land across Dublin, the report states. File photograph: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

State funding of €165 million is needed to allow the zoned land in Dublin city and county be developed for housing, according to an unpublished Govern(...)

After years of success in making our roads safer, the number of traffic-related deaths has been on the rise in recent years. A total of 196 people di(...)

The number of deaths among cyclists on our roads more than doubled last year, up from five to 12. Photograph: The Irish Times

Every year thousands of collisions take place on our roads. Every one reported to gardaí is classified as fatal, serious or minor, along with details(...)

Teresa Kelly at a memorial where her brother-in-law, Jackie Kavanagh (49), a mini-bus driver, was one of five people killed in 1998 on the old N11 in Co Wicklow. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien 3:11

The ghostly reminders emerge from the verges of the tree-dappled road. A simple stone cross, draped with rosary beads, beside a container of pl(...)

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 (...)

Fred Barry, chief executive of National Roads Authority: “Replacing this section of the N11 between Arklow and Rathnew, known for its notorious bends, with a modern motorway will result in significant safety improvements for all road-users.” Photograph: Eric Luke

A 16.5km stretch of dual carriageway between Arklow and Rathnew will be officially opened today nearly three months ahead of schedule. It replaces a (...)

Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport Paschal Donohoe TD has welcomed Michael Nolan’s appointment as the first chief executive of Transport Infrastructure Ireland. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Michael Nolan has been named the first chief executive of Transport Infrastructure Ireland - a new merger between the National Roads Authority (NRA) a(...)

Stock image: An engineering joint venture and Limerick County Council are respectively 70 and 30 per cent liable for the wrongful demolition of a family home during construction works for a new dual carriageway, the High Court has ruled.

An engineering joint venture and Limerick County Council are respectively 70 and 30 per cent liable for the wrongful demolition of a family home durin(...)