Moyagh Murdock

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Light traffic in Dublin city centre last month. Photograph: Laura Hutton

Retail insurers will use windfall gains from the coronavirus pandemic to keep motor premiums down next year to restore the sector’s reputation, accord(...)

A virtually empty M50 in Dublin due to Covid-19 restrictions. Photograph: Tom Honan

Insurers covering three-quarters of the Irish motor market have agreed to offer refunds or discounts to customers as Covid-19 travel restrictions mean(...)

Four in five cycling injuries occur on urban roads and more than half happen at junctions, according to research from the Road Safety Association. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times.

Four in five cycling injuries in Ireland occur on urban roads with more than half happening at junctions, according to research from the Road Safety A(...)

The outgoing head of the 	RSA Moyagh Murdock says Ireland has a real problem with road crashes at weekends. Photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times

The chief executive of the Road Safety Authority (RSA), Moyagh Murdock has said Ireland has a serious problem with road crashes at weekends after seve(...)

More than 1.5 million speeding tickets have been issued since the introduction of GoSafe speed cameras in November 2010.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Speed cameras are being extended to 900 additional areas from next Monday. While 903 new safety zones will be rolled out next week, 575 areas have be(...)

Road Safety Authority chair Liz O’Donnell and outgoing chief executive Moyagh Murdock. Ms Murdock is taking up a new role as chief executive of Insurance Ireland. Photograph: Tom Honan

The deadline for applicants to one of four vacancies on the Road Safety Authority board has been extended after the notice incorrectly gave the remune(...)

An electric scooter, which had been charging, went on fire. Photograph: Dublin Fire Brigade

A family had to be evacuated from their home in west Dublin on Saturday morning after an electric scooter, which was charging, went on fire. Dublin (...)

Gráinne Kealy    has committed herself to educating other people about the dangers posed by not sitting properly when in the car. She said the comfort of sitting in certain ways is “not worth the risk”. Photograph: Robbie Reynolds

There are very few things that Gráinne Kealy remembers from the serious road traffic collision she experienced in 2006, but what really stands out is (...)

An e-scooter near Ballsbridge, Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson

E-scooters and similar “powered personal transporters” may not be suitable for Irish roads, because of their “tiny wheels” an Oireachtas transport com(...)

Because of new technologies, “we are all monitored and recorded every minute of every day of our lives”, a conference has heard. Photograph: iStock

Ireland should introduce stricter protections to save people from the “depredations” of facial recognition technology, a conference in Dublin has hear(...)

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