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Cillian Sheridan in action for Wellington Phoenix during his time in New Zealand.

When Cillian Sheridan was travelling up to training in Dublin on Bus Éireann, he probably couldn’t have imagined he would end up on a journey that has(...)

CIÉ companies include Irish Rail and Dublin Bus.

The Government stands ready to provide the State’s largest public transport provider with a bailout should it be necessary, Minister for Transport Sha(...)

The CIÉ companies – Bus Éireann, Dublin Bus and Iarnród Éireann – are facing a cash crunch as fares have fallen by 90 per cent. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

A range of public bodies and State companies are lining up to seek bailouts from the Government, with the final bill for this year estimated by offici(...)

The NBRU said it would be ‘preposterous and untenable if Dublin Bus, Iarnród Éireann and Bus Éireann were to be left to run aground’. File photograph: The Irish Times

The State must provide immediate guarantees of funding for its public transport companies which are experiencing significant financial problems, the N(...)

Bus Éireann said its Expressway business had been heavily impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.

The Government seems likely to have to stump up considerable sums of money to keep key public transport services on the road. Passenger numbers on bu(...)

The National Transport Authority said tax-saver ticket holders could request a refund if they are not working.   File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

About 60,000 workers who have paid for tax-saver public transport tickets are to be compensated for restrictions on their use during the coronavirus o(...)

Teresa Buczkowska from Poland. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell/The Irish Times

Teresa Buczkowska was 10 when her mother and four siblings moved into a shared apartment in a town outside Cracow, in Poland. The town, which had been(...)

Dr John Lynch, former executive chairman of CIE. Photograph: Frank Miller

Dr John Lynch, former executive chairman of State-owned public transport group, CIÉ, and one-time director general of training body, FÁS, has died. D(...)

Drivers freed up under the scaled back timetables will allow for extra vehicles to be put on key routes during currently busy periods

Public transport timetables will be scaled back to 80 per cent capacity in the coming days in order to comply with coronavirus social distancing requi(...)

Irish Rail said one train driver failed a test over the past three years, and ‘is no longer employed in a safety-critical role’. File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Irish Rail, Dublin Bus and Luas have all sacked or sanctioned drivers over the past three years for failing alcohol and drugs tests. Irish Rail said (...)

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