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Luas driver Lanre Bode Olatunji says he and colleagues experience regular racist abuse on public transport. Photograph: Mark Hilliard / Irish Times

For Luas driver Lanre Bode Olatunji, being called a “black bastard” or having someone doing monkey impressions in front of his tram is a regular occur(...)

Irish Rail’s existing control centre in Connolly Station is nearing the end of its life, but will become a national back-up. Photograph: Getty Images

Construction is set to begin this year on a new €135 million rail control centre based in Heuston Station, Dublin, Minister for Transport Shane Ross h(...)

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(...)

Home to 58 tenants and 12 owner-occupiers, the College Gate demolition will include the street-level Markievicz Sport and Fitness Centre but this will also be rebuilt elsewhere, the NTA said.

Tenants due to lose their apartments to the proposed MetroLink project in Dublin are to be offered a year’s free rent and a dedicated real estate agen(...)

Three more bus routes are to switch from Dublin Bus to Go-Ahead Ireland from Sunday in a move that will mark the final phase of a privatisation plan that began in the capital in September. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times.

Three more bus routes are to switch from Dublin Bus to Go-Ahead Ireland from Sunday in a move that will mark the final phase of a privatisation plan t(...)

Tánaiste Simon Coveney welcomes Britain’s Prince Charles before dinner at the Irish embassy in London on March 6th.

It’s been a busy week for Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney as Britain’s Brexit bandwagon lurches unsteadily towards God only kn(...)

Those who may lose part of their front gardens under the plans for the new bus routes include properties on Terenure Road East. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

A further 665 homes in south and west Dublin stand to lose part of their front gardens under six core bus corridors announced by the National Transpor(...)

Irish language commissioner Rónán Ó Domhnaill says his office  has received similar complaints over the years, noting that the fada in a person’s name was an “integral part of that name”

A State agency has been criticised by a variety of public figures, language activists and a Minister for its refusal to properly spell Irish names on(...)

Shane Ross wrote to the National Transport Authority after one of his constituents had her car clamped, according to letters released under the Freedom of Information Acts. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Minister for Transport Shane Ross wrote to the National Transport Authority (NTA) after one of his constituents had her car clamped to “strongly ask” (...)

 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. (...)

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