Hand sanitiser pilot schemes underway on buses. Photograph: The Irish Times

Hand sanitiser pilot schemes are underway on buses with a view to establishing whether they might constitute a slip hazard. To date, sanitisers have(...)

CIÉ chief sustainability officer Caoimhe Donnelly and CIÉ group chief executive Lorcan O’Connor with the hydrogen-powered bus which is going on trial over coming weeks.

The first hydrogen-powered bus to be used in public transport in Ireland is taking to the streets of Dublin. The bus, which will be undergoing trials(...)

The Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Bridge over the River Barrow. Photograph: Robert Burns

The construction of a world record-breaking bridge in Ireland’s southeast, which will redefine expectations for bridge engineering both nationally and(...)

The transport plan for  Dublin envisages 230km of bus priority lanes

Final plans for the creation of 16 continuous bus corridors and segregated cycle lanes across Dublin city have been released for public consultation b(...)

Photograph: Alan Betson

The latest BusConnects plans are due to be published by the National Transport Authority (NTA) on Wednesday and a further round of public consultation(...)

Restricted capacity on a Dublin Bus vehicle amid the coronavirus pandemic. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

The National Transport Authority (NTA) has said it has no extra vehicles to facilitate “special buses” for hospital workers during the Level 5 Covid-1(...)

Plans for the State’s tallest building, a 28-storey hotel close to Castleknock in Dublin have been rejected by Fingal County Council because it would be ‘seriously injurious’ to the skyline.

Plans for the State’s tallest building, a 28-storey hotel close to Castleknock in Dublin, have been rejected by Fingal County Council because it would(...)

Prof John Fitzgerald: ‘The legislation should not be over-prescriptive on additional functions for the Council that could serve to distract from or dilute its core mandate.’ Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

The work of a revamped Climate Change Advisory Council (CCAC) risks being overloaded by requirements in proposed new legislation, which could see it e(...)

The path, designed to connect the city centre with the Dublin Bay cycle path that runs along the coast from Clontarf to Sutton, was first planned more than eight years ago but has been delayed several times. Photograph: Cathy Loughran

The development of a €20 million cycle path from Fairview to Connolly Station in Dublin has been halted amid funding and design disputes between Dubli(...)

Bus Éireann announced on Monday that some of its Expressway services are to cease.  File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A campaign by people in Tipperary to persuade Bus Éireann to reverse its decision to axe its Dublin-Cork Expressway service has already received the s(...)

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