College Green’s proposed changes: now a thing of the past as buses need to pass in front of Trinity College Dublin. Photograph: Dublin City Council/PA

The denouement of the College Green plaza saga has turned out to be a complete farce – not the An Bord Pleanála ruling itself, but the disastrous proc(...)

Illustration from  Dublin City Council showing   proposed changes to College Green in Dublin. The council is seeking architects to design the new civic plaza, which will be closed to traffic from summer 2017 ahead of the start of operations of the Cross City Luas line in the autumn. File photograph:   Dublin City Council/PA Wire

Former minister for transport Noel Dempsey has criticised Dublin City Council’s handling of the development of the €6 million pedestrian and cycle pl(...)

Frankfort Cottages, Killarney Street, where Dublin City Council have displayed a poster with images of people caught dumping litter in the lane . Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

More than half of households targeted in a two-year Dublin City Council crackdown on illegal dumping have failed to pay waste charges. The figures co(...)

Some rubbish is making it into the appropriate bins - but of a lot of it is not, in certain areas, and is casually being dumped. File photograph: Getty Images

More of Dublin’s litter louts are to be exposed publicly following the city council’s decision to expand its use of CCTV images of people dumping thei(...)

An artist’s impression of the plans for the pedestrianisation of College Green in Dublin.

Motorists and bus passengers will face major changes to their daily commute to Dublin city centre, following the creation of the pedestrian and cycle (...)

An artist’s impression of the proposed changes to the College Green area. Photograph: Dublin City Council

Road layout changes for College Green, flagged in the recently published Dublin City Centre Transport Study, will need to be agreed by Christmas, Dubl(...)

Dublin city councillors have described a suggestion to increase clamping fees by €50 as “crazy”

Dublin city councillors have described a suggestion to increase clamping fees by €50 as “crazy”.At a meeting of the council’s Transport Strategic Poli(...)

A proposal to open bus lanes in the capital to motorists on bank holidays has been rejected by Dublin City Council. The council’s Transport and Traffi(...)