Donal Keating

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PwC pointed to measures introduced by Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe to incentivise later retirement in the public sector. Photograph: Conor McCabe Photography

The State could boost the economy’s long-term GDP by 9.2 per cent, or about €27 billion, by encouraging and supporting over-55s to continue working, a(...)

 Owen Keegan: “Continuing to facilitate east-west traffic on College Green is inconsistent with the satisfactory operation of Luas.” Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES

Dublin City Council chief executive Owen Keegan has hit out at Dublin Bus and city business organisations for their failure to support plans for a pe(...)

A man who developed fibromyalgia after a near head-on collision has been awarded nearly €2 million by the High Court

A man who alleged a near head-on collision led to him suffering a chronic pain condition has been awarded almost €2 million in damages at the High Cou(...)

Plaza planned for College Green: “It’s a radical change in how we see the city centre and that doesn’t happen very quickly.” Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

More than a decade ago, the now-defunct Dublin Transportation Office proposed banning private cars from driving through the core of Dublin city centre(...)

The Luas Red Line Trials, Sandyford - St Stephen’s Green driver Alan Heffernan in Harcourt Street.  Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

With large stretches of the new Luas tracks available to public transport and private cars, a significant number of locations along the route will pro(...)

An automated red-light camera was introduced at the junction of Blackhall Place and the Luas Red Line in 2015 following a series of collisions. Photograph: Getty Images

Motorists who block the Luas Cross City line could face automatic fines and penalty points through the use of new automated “red light” and yellow box(...)

An artist’s impression Dublin City Centre around the Dame Street area showing the pedestrian space in front of Trinity College if Dublin City Council’s plans for College Green go ahead.

Business organisations have raised concerns about plans for the creation of a pedestrian and cycle plaza at Dublin’s College Green. The new civic s(...)

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 (...)

Dublin Bus said the system will provide reduced and more consistent journey times, greater reliability, reduced waiting times at stops, and prevent “ bunching” of buses.

Dublin’s traffic controllers will be able to give green light priority to buses at junctions on all Dublin bus corridors from 2016. The Centralised (...)