Gardaí and emergency services personnel at the scene of a crash between a truck and a Luas at the junction of Benburb Street and Queen Street in Dublin. File photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins

Junctions at Blackhall Place and Queen Street in Dublin’s north inner city have the highest number of collisions on the Luas network, according to Tra(...)

Over 1,400 properties stand to lose part of their front gardens to accommodate the proposed plans while between 1,500 and 1,600 trees would be lost. Photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times

The National Transport Authority (NTA) has said it believes it can reduce the number of trees that would be impacted by the BusConnects plan following(...)

Mary Mitchell O’Connor: ‘Projects such as BusConnects are intended to improve the lives of residents, not to rip the heart out of their village, their community.’

Minister of State for Higher Education Mary Mitchell O’Connor is the latest high profile Fine Gael politician to criticise the State’s proposed BusCon(...)

 More than 3km of roads across Ballsbridge and Donnybrook in Dublin have been festooned with red ribbons to highlight the potential loss of trees as part of the BusConnects programme.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw for The Irish Times

The National Transport Authority (NTA) should consider reducing access to Dublin city centre by private cars, the Irish Georgian Society (IGS) has sug(...)

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(...)

Local elections, Kimmage-Rathmines: Green Party local election candidate Patrick Costello canvasses in Harold’s Cross, Dublin. Photo : Laura Hutton/The Irish Times

“Do you know anything about this spine, what’s it called, BusConnects?” asks a young woman in Harold’s Cross, south Dublin, who has just answered the (...)

Dublin Bus chief executive Ray Coyne and NTA chief executive Anne Graham take delivery of the first hybrid double-decker buses at the  O’Connell Street headquarters of Dublin Bus on Tuesday. Photograph: Dublin Bus

Dublin Bus has taken delivery of its first hybrid double-decker buses, part of a programme to scale-up use of such vehicles, which reduce carbon emiss(...)

The WB Yeats delivered in December 2018 commenced sailings on January 22nd.

Brexit worries continue to hit Irish-UK tourist traffic despite the two countries’ pledge to preserve free travel, according to Eamonn Rothwell, chief(...)

At OpenSky’s offices, Naas (l-r): William Flanagan, commercial and technology director; Pat Breen, Minister of State for Trade, Employment, Business; and Michael Cronin, MD OpenSky

Technology company OpenSky is to add 80 jobs following a €2.5 million investment in expanding the company. OpenSky, which offers process automated s(...)

 Cork’s population is expected to double over the next two decades. Photograph: iStock

Half of all commuters in Cork will be using public transport daily by 2040 under a €3.5 billion National Transport Authority plan that promises a 17km(...)

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