Minister of State at the Department of Transport Alan Kelly pictured on one of the new public bikes.

The €3 million roll out of public bike schemes in regional cities of Cork, Limerick and Galway will be such a success that the local authorities in ea(...)

Customers using the Luas yesterday on the 10th anniversary of its launch, alight at the St Stephen’s Green Luas stop in Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/ The Irish Times

Bringing back the trams was the trendy thing to do in the early 1990s. New tramways were already running in the French cities of Grenoble, Nantes and (...)

The ESRI said the current cap on new taxi licences was not justified and would lead to the lengthening queues and longer waiting times for consumers. Photograph: Alan Betson

The new era of taxi regulation in Ireland is ill-conceived and doomed to repeat the mistakes of the past, the Economic and Social Research Institute (...)

Journey Planner from the National Transport Authority has arrived on Windows Phone. We don’t see a lot about this mobile OS in a landscape dominated b(...)

Minister of State for Public Transport Alan Kelly with Wendy Twomey (left) from Raheny and Ciara Harte from Rush at the Stephen’s Green Luas stop in Dublin today. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The Leap card integrated ticketing system for travel on public transport will be operational in all cities around the country by the end of next year,(...)

Ikea Ballymun, Dublin: company looking to expand its presence  in  the  Irish  market at Cherrywood  due to  the  success  of  its  first store  in  Ballymun.

Ikea, the Swedish household goods multiple, will not be permitted to proceed with its plans for a new 35,000sq m “flagship” store in the Cherrywood ar(...)

Cyclists take part in Bike to Work lunchtime cycle in June, 2013. The 5km spin promoted safe cycling as a healthy, stress free way to travel. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill 2:15

Next week, what has been billed as the “largest gathering of urban cycling advocates in the northern hemisphere in 2014”, will be in Dublin for(...)

 Traffic volumes on some parts of the M50 (above), have increased by 25 per cent since 2010.

Multiple-point tolling and new variable peak-time pricing would be the best way to manage congestion on the M50, the four local authorities in (...)

Minister for Transport, Leo Varadkar: many rural rail services will “no longer be sustainable”. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A Minister of State has denied there is any Government plan to close down rural railway lines in the wake of (...)

The Immigrant Council of Ireland  has launched a new awareness campaign in partnership with Dublin City Council and the National Transport Authority calling for racism-free public transport. Photograph: The Immigrant Council of Ireland

The Immigrant Council of Ireland (ICI) has launched a new awareness campaign across the greater Dublin area calling for racism-free public tran(...)