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The development has been described by the semi-State company as the ‘most significant single enhancement of services in more than 15 years’.  File photograph: Aidan Crawley

Bus Éireann has announced a significant expansion of bus services in a number of areas, with 120 additional drivers to be hired by the company. Bus (...)

Ray Coyne  of Dublin Bus and Anne Graham of the National Transport Authority at Thursday’s announcement of the new 24-hour service for Route 39a. Photograph: Maxwells

A new 24-hour bus route is being rolled out by Dublin Bus. The 39a, which runs between Ongar and UCD, is the third 24-hour service announced by the co(...)

Bus services in Dublin could be less frequent than had originally been planned under the new BusConnects programme, the National Transport Authority has said. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Bus services in Dublin could become less frequent than had originally been planned under the new BusConnects programme, due to the long-term consequen(...)

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(...)

There are delays of up to 30 minutes on DART services this morning after a truck hit a bridge at Clontarf.  Subject to planning permission and progress with a housing development, construction on the new amenity would commence in late 2021 and open in early 2023.

Irish Rail is planning to open a new Dart station between those existing in Bray and Shankill at the southern end of the Dublin commuter line. On Mon(...)

 Garda specialist units are currently housed in Harcourt Square but must vacate the offices by the end of 2022. Photograph: Frank Miller

The Office of Public Works (OPW) has warned there will be “huge financial implications” if there are further delays to work on a new Garda command and(...)

Simon Harris, Anne Graham, chief executive,  NTA, Leo Varadkar  and  Shane Ross wearing face masks during a press briefing to promote the wearing of masks on public transport. Hotograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

The mandatory wearing of face masks on public transport is unlikely to take effect until next week at the earliest, despite increases in bus and train(...)

NTA says that in Phase 3 it will become more difficult to maintain the two metre distance at peak times. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Public transport services will remain under pressure while the two metre physical distancing guidelines remain in place, the National Transport Author(...)

An image of the new  control centre at Heuston Station in Dublin

A new control centre at Heuston Station in Dublin to manage a quarter of a million train movements across the country each year should help keep timet(...)

Traffic light timers will be adjusted so pedestrians do not have to wait so long to cross. Photograph: Getty Images

Funding will be provided to local authorities to widen footpaths and accommodate higher numbers of people walking and cycling as the country re-opens (...)

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