Plans for underground Dart scrapped

For decades there have been various plans put forward aimed at creating an integrated high-capacity public transport service for Dublin. However, thes(...)

 Software changes are required to bring the system on the South Circular Road up to the same standard as the one in operation at Benburb Street. Photograph: Frank Miller

Dublin City Council is preparing to activate a second camera to detect motorists breaking red lights. The council recently installed a red-light dete(...)

Documents obtained by The Irish Times show Dublin City Council has received complaints from a cross-section of groups and individuals in relation to the €386 million project, ranging from sleepless students to an injured cyclist. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

A number of Dublin city centre business owners are feeling “abandoned” due to Luas line works amid accusations that road closures could provide a “dev(...)

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(...)

From Friday night, Luas will operate services on the Green Line from St Stephen’s Green to Brides Glen every half hour from 1am until 3.30am. No similar service will operate on the Red Line from The Point to Tallaght. File photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

Luas operators have reiterated their view there is no demand for late-night services on the Red Line.Transdev said the last time they ran the service (...)

Iarnród Éireann says the difficulty is caused by the seasonal fall of leaves on the line, particularly in wet weather, when the rolling action of passing wheels compresses them, causing a greasy “mulch” to cover the rail

Falling leaves and floods are combining to upset Iarnród Éireann’s intercity and Dart timetables, with commuters complaining that they have been dela(...)

More than 1,700 people have been prosecuted for breaking red lights in Dublin this year.

Gardaí have named Dublin’s 10 worst offending areas for speeding offences where drivers were travelling on average up to 32km/h above the limit. These(...)

CCTV images picked up the fire on the Luas tram as it approached Busáras.

Circumstances which gave rise to a fire on a Luas tram in Dublin last November had been discovered as far back as December 2008, the Railway Accident (...)

The ancient remains of at least five people were uncovered during Luas work excavations outside Trinity College last month. Photograph: Rubicon Heritage Services

The ancient remains of at least five people were uncovered during Luas work excavations outside Trinity College last month, according to architects wo(...)

The scene of the Luas crash where a woman was killed last April on her way to work when she was hit by a car which had been struck by a Luas tram. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

A pedestrian has been hospitalised after being struck by a Luas tram in the city centre.The incident happened at about 1.15pm this afternoon when a re(...)