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 Lorcan O’Connor,  an accountant, is currently head of the Insolvency Service of Ireland. Photograph: Eric Luke

Tackling a €780 million pension shortfall and managing extensive properties are among the challenges facing incoming CIÉ chief executive Lorcan O’Con(...)

Reader has lost confidence in MacBook Pro after two breakdowns. Photograph: Lucas Jackson/Reuters/ File Photo

We got a mail from a reader called Noel who was writing on behalf of his wife who bought a MacBook Pro in November 2016 from Apple. “It broke down wit(...)

New public transport fares which come into operation on Saturday have been defended by the chief executive of the National Transport Authority. The (...)

Henry McKean: Unfailingly courteous yet anxiously scatty

“All week on Newstalk, it’s Ireland’s commuter hell.” Taken on its own, this sounds like a threat by the commercial station to add to rush-hour misery(...)

GoCar managing director Colm Brady and Anne Graham, chief executive of the National Transport Authority, at a GoCar event on “the future of multimodal transport in Ireland”.  Photograph: Conor McCabe.

Irish car sharing company GoCar intends to double its fleet next year with an investment The Irish Times understands will amount to about €10 million.(...)

Rough journey?: Irish Rail had 407 complaints of anti-social behaviour last year, 117 reported incidents of intimidation and 70 vandalism complaints. Photograph: Eric Luke

It was already dark as the 6pm Sligo-Dublin train stopped at Dromod Station in Leitrim. The train waited for 10 minutes, in accordance with the timeta(...)

Gardaí dealt with 43 allegations of assault on trains last year, up from nine in 2016. In the first five months of this year there were 26 assaults. Photograph: Eric Luke

The Government is considering establishing a dedicated policing unit for public transport to address concerns of antisocial behaviour. Officials in t(...)

Metropolis: a one-stop-shop winter music festival

It’s a busy weekend for festivals around the country, that’s for sure, what with the Guinness Cork Jazz Festival and Sligo Live, respectively, keeping(...)

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The National Transport Authority (NTA) has announced hundreds of changes to its fares – the net effect it says will be revenue neutral. It has introd(...)

Monthly and annual Dublin Bus tickets will increase by between 2% and 4.5%. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Most commuters on Dublin Bus, Bus Éireann and Luas will see a small fare increase next year while the majority of Irish Rail users will see ticket pri(...)

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