A spokesman for Tánaiste and Minister for Social Protection Joan Burton said the free travel scheme would remain intact. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

State transport providers have privately sought the introduction of rush-hour travel restrictions for holders of free travel passes as part of a revie(...)

Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport Paschal Donohoe at the launch of the project to upgrade the Phoenix Park Tunnel and provide train services from Kildare to Grand Canal Dock. Photograph: Eric Luke

Commuter trains using the Phoenix Park tunnel as of next year will not be stopping at Heuston Station. The tunnel links the two largest stations in D(...)

Forget Busáras, the Greens have  suggested a new bus station could be opened on the west side of the city in the Dublin Bus facility on Conyngham Road, near Heuston station. Photograph: Cyril Byrne Busaras.

The Green Party has struggled in recent years to remain politically relevant, but it deserves credit for one of the best public transport suggestions (...)

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of €165 million is needed to allow the zoned land in Dublin city and county be developed for housing, according to an unpublished Govern(...)

Developers have been given  permission  to build somewhere between 18,000 and 20,000 homes in Dublin

Last year the State’s Housing Agency calculated the number of homes that would be needed in Dublin over a five-year period – a minimum of 37,700, risi(...)

 College Green, Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Proposed traffic restrictions in Dublin city centre could result in a 24 per cent fall in shopping and entertainment revenue due to reduced access f(...)

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 “(...)

Jeremy Masding, chief executive of Permanent TSB accidentally revealed his notes at a press conference at the bank’s headquarters in Dublin, after an investigation has revealed that serious failures by the bank has led to people losing their homes. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA

Jeremy Masding, group chief executive of Permanent TSB rather publicly shared his presentation notes to self at yesterday’s press conference where (...)

Dublin’s College Green as envisaged in the Dublin City Centre Transport Study document, published today. 1:48

The “most radical” changes to transport in the centre of Dublin, including restrictions on private cars and taxis, while adding wider footpaths and(...)

Irish Rail received €117 million in public-service payments in 2014. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

State-owned public transport group CIÉ received €500 million in Government aid last year, according to figures published yesterday. The group, parent(...)