The National Transport Authority  has determined that tendering about 10 per cent of  Dublin Bus or Bus Éireann’s routes represents little threat to the firms’ overall operations.

Minister for Transport Paschal Donohoe has defended controversial plans to put out to tender 10 per cent of bus routes currently operated by Dublin Bu(...)

Pay cuts at the centre of the dispute were introduced last week and will remain in place for 28 months.

Talks aimed at averting futher industrial action at Iarnród Éireann are continuing at the Labour Relations Commission tonight. Trade unions and(...)

Clean-up at Connolly station in Dublin yesterday. Siptu does not yet have a mandate for an all-out strike. Photograph: Stephen Collins/Collins Photos

With three further days of strikes planned for next month, unions yesterday warned that the dispute over pay cuts at Iarnród Éireann, which brought(...)

The disruption caused to thousands of mainline rail and Dart users by industrial action taken by the NBRU/SIPTU group of unions represents an excessiv(...)

Siptu is warning the ongoing railway dispute will escalate if Iarnród Éireann persists with employee pay cuts. Photograph: Erin McGuire 1:45

Further rail strikes will take place next month unless management at Iarnród Éireann abandons plans for pay cuts and enters into serious talks on the (...)

Iarnród Éireann is to lose €500,000 in State funding if services are cancelled as a result of planned strike action due to commenceon Sunday. A decision by the company’s chief executive to holiday in Mauritius during the dispute has also been criticised.   Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times.

The chief executive of Iarnród Éireann David Franks is to return to Ireland early from his holidays in advance of a planned strike which is expected t(...)

Brian Bonham, manager of Laois Trip: sanguine about central co-ordination of sevices. Photograph: James Flynn/APX

If a person in Clonaslee in the foothills of the Slieve Bloom mountains in Co Laois is offered a job in Kinnitty, Co Offaly, a distance of just 15km,(...)

Minister for Transport Paschal Donohoe must decide on whether to proceed with Dart Underground by September 2015. Photograph: Frank Miller / The Irish Times

The proposed multibillion rail projects Dart Underground and Metro North will have to rely on private funding if they are to be built, Minister for T(...)

Under Section 38 of the Taxi Regulation Act, the National Transport Authority provided information in the register of licences for small public service vehicles (SPSVs) to be made publicly available. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Taxi drivers have accused transport authorities of putting them and their families at risk of assault, following confirmation that names and home addr(...)

Plans to put bus routes out to tender have been strongly opposed by the National Bus and Rail Union and Siptu. Photograph Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

A planned 90 -minute work stoppage and protest march by bus workers next Wednesday in protest at potential privatisation of some routes has been defer(...)