Locals at a community meeting in Christ Church, Rathgar, in relation to the Bus Connects proposals. Photograph: James Forde

Six bus routes – the 15, 15a, 15b, 14, 65 and the 65b – pass by Christ Church, the Presbyterian church in the heart of Rathgar village in Dublin 6, br(...)

A Dublin Bus vehicle leaves Bray Dart station. File photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times

Everything should have been finished with the redesign of Dublin’s bus network – the most radical in a generation, or more – by June. However, the wor(...)

Following opposition to potential lengthy closures to the Luas Green line during the metro construction, the National Transport Authority last month announced it would shelve the southside section of the line. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Parts of the Luas Green line would have been closed for 2½ years if the National Transport Authority (NTA) had gone ahead with its plans for the compl(...)

Dublin’s M50 at the M4 junction. “The M50 junctions are already bursting with high levels of existing traffic,” says Fianna Fáil local election candidate Olivia Buckley. File photograph: Alan Betson

Plans for a €75 million retail park at Carrickmines in south Dublin have been given the go-ahead, despite concerns being raised by two State transport(...)

Breaking red lights incurs three penalty points and a fine of up to €120 on payment of the fixed charge.

Cameras to catch motorists breaking red lights are to be installed at three notorious blackspots in Dublin more than two years after a trial detected (...)

 Patrick Freyne on the route of the proposed Liffey cycle track. Photograph: James Forde

Freynes don’t cycle. It’s an article of faith among my people. “Freynes don’t cycle,” my dad would declare, and then we’d all point at passing cyclis(...)

Part of the proposed new cycle route along the Liffey at Aston Quay in Dublin.

The fact that it has taken seven years to finalise a plan for new cycleways along the Liffey quays tells us a lot about the trials and tribulations of(...)

25/04/2017…news…File picture of A Bus Eireann bus in Dublin.Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Go-Ahead Ireland, the company which won the contract to take over 24 routes in the capital from Dublin Bus, is to create 100 jobs with a €4.5 million (...)

Cyclists pass the Four Courts on the Dublin quays. A route for a long-awaited Liffey cycle path has been announced by the National Transport Authority. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/ The Irish Times

A little more than 18 months after the National Transport Authority (NTA) wrested control of the Liffey cycle project from Dublin City Council, with t(...)

Part of the proposed new cycle route along the Liffey at Aston Quay in Dublin.

The route for a 5km cycle path along the river Liffey in Dublin has finally been selected by the National Transport Authority (NTA) seven years since (...)

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