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Lorcan O’Connor, chief executive of CIÉ,  at Heuston Station, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Lorcan O’Connor played with a train set as a kid. His children now have their own and he likes to play with them on occasion. But, sitting in the old(...)

 Delays continued to affect the national rail network through Tuesday as engineers worked to rectify the signalling issues.  Photograph: Eric Luke

Rail services have returned to normal after Tuesday morning’s massive signalling fault, and no disruption is expected on Wednesday morning, Irish Rail(...)

The chief executive of Iarnród Éireann, Jim Meade, said Dart expansion would “revolutionise” Dublin’s public transport . Photograph: David Sleator

Iarnród Éireann and the National Transport Authority have begun plans to buy up to 600 electric and battery-electric powered carriages over 10 years i(...)

Complaints about anti-social behaviour on the Dart almost doubled last year to 96 from 52 the previous year.

Extra gardaí are set to be deployed on trains in the coming months following a significant increase in reports of harassment and antisocial behaviour,(...)

Figures show more than 560 passengers made formal complaints last year about intimidation, vandalism, assault, begging and theft on Irish Rail services

Over the weekend we covered a story from a woman who experienced harassment and antisocial behaviour on Irish Rail. Sarah-Jane Murphy was surrounded (...)

Sarah-Jane Murphy: ‘Antisocial behaviour has been normalised. It’s time to reclaim our trains’. Photograph: Alan Betson

Over the weekend we covered a story from a woman who experienced harassment and antisocial behaviour on Irish Rail. Sarah-Jane Murphy was surrounded (...)

Sarah-Jane Murphy: ‘Anti-social behaviour has been normalised. It’s time to reclaim our trains.’ Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

They got on at Dún Laoghaire, just as the carriage doors were hissing to a close. The silence was instantly pierced by animated voices, foul language(...)

A view of a rail line in Co Offaly after the removal of hedges and trees by Irish Rail. Photograph: Pippa Hackett

Irish Rail has rejected claims it had engaged in “wanton hedgerow destruction at the height of the nesting season” by cutting back trees and hedges on(...)

The Malthouse, Grand Canal Quay, Dublin.

Plans by a company associated with businessman, Denis O’Brien to construct a five floor vertical extension to an office block in Dublin’s Docklands ha(...)

Temperatures will hit highs of 22 degrees on Friday and 23 degrees on Saturday.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A glorious Easter bank holiday weekend is in store across the country with highs of 23 degrees and warm spells everywhere. The good weather has alrea(...)

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