Dublin Bus will run its Nitelink services until 4am on December 15th, 19th, 20th, 21st, 22nd, 28th, 29th and 31st.

Additional gardaí and public transport services have been deployed in Dublin to keep the city’s traffic moving over the Christmas season. Operation O(...)

 The National Transport Authority’s chief executive Anne Graham. File Photograph:  Nick Bradshaw

Plans to overhaul the bus network in Dublin could increase journey times for private car commuters, the National Transport Authority (NTA) has said. (...)

 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(...)

  NTA chief executive Anne Graham and deputy chief executive Hugh Creegan at a briefing in November to unveil details of the BusConnects project. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw for The Irish Times

If Dublin is to maintain its capacity as a city and a capital “we will have to do more and urgently”, the National Transport Authority (NTA) is to tel(...)

The Luas on Dawson Street, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

With delays, overcrowding, yellow box blockages, troubles with longer trams, and College Green “chaos”, the Luas Cross City line, introduced a year ag(...)

The Luas travelling along Dawson Street, which is undergoing a resurgence. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

It has been considered the heartbeat of retail activity in the capital but there are signs Grafton Street is waning, thanks in some small part to the (...)

Computer generated image of  the planned Falcon development at North Quays, Waterford.

There’s not much to see yet on Waterford’s North Quays, the site of a proposed €350 million regeneration project which got its first commitment of Gov(...)

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

 BusConnects aims to overhaul the current bus system in the Dublin region. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The National Transport Authority has looked at potential changes to Dublin’s bus network “from a cold, technical perspective and have forgotten the hu(...)

The plan promises to fully transition to a fleet of “low-emissions vehicles” by 2030, with half of the fleet transitioning by 2023. Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins Dublin

The redesign of the bus network should make greater use of the M50, An Taisce has said. The environmental and heritage charity said a “major oversigh(...)

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