Hugh Creegan

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Charlemont in Dublin 2 was chosen as the terminus for the proposed Metrolink line in order to enable passengers to seamlessly connect to the Luas green line, the National Transport Authority has said.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Charlemont in Dublin 2 was chosen as the terminus for the proposed Metrolink line in order to enable passengers to seamlessly connect to the Luas gre(...)

The chief executive of the National Transport Authority says people being told not to use public transport during the pandemic ‘had a very significant impact on confidence’ in terms of its safety. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Reductions in fares – including the possibility of free tickets for children – are among measures being considered to encourage people back on to pub(...)

If there is to be any hope of meeting climate targets, the metro and other rail projects need to be brought forward. Photograph: Alan Betson

Confirmation in the National Transport Authority’s (NTA) 20-year strategy for Dublin that the Metrolink line won’t be completed by 2027 is unlikely to(...)

MetroLink, essentially old Metro North, is likely to go ahead with a planning application due to be submitted next year. Photograph: Alan Betson

If you live along the route of one of four proposed Luas lines to Finglas, Lucan, Poolbeg or Bray, and thought you would be taking a tram in the next(...)

The proposed Dart Underground line, linking Heuston Station to the Dart line by tunnelling under the city via St Stephen’s Green, will not be built before 2042, according to the NTA

No metro lines will be developed to the south or west of Dublin, and the Dart underground line has been shelved for at least 20 years following a revi(...)

Computer generated image of metro for Dublin

Transport officials have disputed a suggestion that the exclusion of a metro for South Dublin means the new National Development Plan (NDP) is less am(...)

NTA deputy chief executive Hugh Creegan has offered to arrange a meeting with the traders to discuss the BusConnects proposals. Photograph: Alan Betson

The installation of a cyclepath in Ballsbridge, Dublin, which would result in the relocation of six parking spaces on Merrion Road, would “destroy” th(...)

Plan to reduce transport emissions by 51 per cent ‘daunting’ the Climate committee has hears

Over reliance on electric vehicles (EVs) to achieve a 51 per cent cut in carbon emissions associated with Irish transport by 2030 could cost the State(...)

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(...)

A redesign of the bus network in Dublin was launched on Tuesday. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/File

The number of Dubliners who will lose direct bus routes to the city has been reduced to just five per cent, under revised plans for the redesign of th(...)

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