Moyagh Murdock

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The public services card will no longer be compulsory for those taking a driver theory test.

The Road Safety Authority has dropped a requirement first announced last year that applicants for the driver theory test would have to produce a publi(...)

SORCHA POLLAK Motorcyclists have been urged to take extra care on the roads over the bank holiday weekend and “ride with restraint” as part of the n(...)

Moyagh Murdock, RSA chief executive: ‘People are on holidays, they are out biking at the weekends and they are sadly engaging in very risky behaviour.’ Photograph: Getty

Five motorcyclists were killed in traffic collisions in the fourth week of July last year, according to figures from the Road Safety Authority (RSA),(...)

Minister for Transport  Shane Ross criticised the filibustering from a handful of TDs that delayed the new law and suggested the delays had cost lives. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

TDs who delayed legislation on drink driving have a cross to bear “ for the rest of their lives”, Minister for Transport Shane Ross has said. Speakin(...)

Declarations by a top civil servant that people with free travel passes should not be able to use public transport at peak times were “incendiary”, a Dáil  committee was told. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

Twelve people were killed in Ireland by disqualified drivers over the past three years, the Road Safety Authority has said, as it warned that thousand(...)

Gardaí will be targeting  drivers using alcohol and drugs. Photograph:  Julien Behal/PA Wire

A total of 59 people have been killed or seriously injured in Easter bank holiday crashes since 2012, according to figures published by the Road Safet(...)

Gardaí will mount   checkpoints across the State this weekend. Photograph: Collins

Gardaí have warned they will be targeting “high risk” behaviour, including driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, over the Easter bank holid(...)

New figures show that of 77,419 applications to the Road Safety Authority for driving tests 39,162 are waiting to be given a date for their test. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Almost 60,000 people are currently on waiting lists to do a driving test , it has emerged. The longest waiting list is in Dublin where 21,588 people (...)

Relatives of those who have lost their lives in road traffic accidents  light candles at the Road Safety Authority World Day of Rememberance. Photograph:  Robbie Reynolds.

A road safety campaigner has expressed anger over the falsification of breath tests by members of An Garda Síochána and asked how many people died as (...)

Last year more than 9,000 of the commercial vehicles that failed were deemed unsafe to drive from the test centre

A 30 per cent cut in the annual cost of a commercial vehicle test has been proposed by the Road Safety Authority in a bid to increase compliance rates(...)

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