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Traffic on the Nass Road: there was an average of 7,072,174 vehicle journeys each day in the seven days to Thursday, according to Transport Infrastructure Ireland’s traffic counter system. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Vehicle journeys across the State’s main roads have increased by more than 600,000 in the last week as workers started returning to the office on Mond(...)

Government sources confirmed that lands at the Port, in the east of the city, are among sites under ‘active consideration’ for development by the Land Development Agency. File photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

Lands at Dublin Port are being earmarked for development for housing by the Government as it prepares to launch its landmark Housing For All plan at t(...)

The work involved the restoration of the Victorian Broadstone station building, one of Dublin’s six original rail termini. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A €15 million redevelopment of the historic Broadstone depot opposite the Kings Inns in Dublin 7 has been completed by Dublin Bus. The work has invo(...)

From bus to bike: Dublin Bus is reportedly considering rolling out an e-scooter service. Photograph Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Developer Johnny Ronan’s company is seeking a meeting with Minister for Housing Darragh O’Brien after continually failing to secure planning permissio(...)

Ray Coyne  of Dublin Bus and Anne Graham of the National Transport Authority at Thursday’s announcement of the new 24-hour service for Route 39a. Photograph: Maxwells

A new 24-hour bus route is being rolled out by Dublin Bus. The 39a, which runs between Ongar and UCD, is the third 24-hour service announced by the co(...)

Social distancing measures on Dublin Bus. The company’s chief executive  said the two-metre rule will not allow public transport to function normally.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Dublin Bus chief executive Ray Coyne has warned that the company’s fleet will not be able to operate if two-metre social distancing has to be observed(...)

Dublin Bus chief executive Ray Coyne and NTA chief executive Anne Graham take delivery of the first hybrid double-decker buses at the  O’Connell Street headquarters of Dublin Bus on Tuesday. Photograph: Dublin Bus

Dublin Bus has taken delivery of its first hybrid double-decker buses, part of a programme to scale-up use of such vehicles, which reduce carbon emiss(...)

A Luas tram blocks traffic on O’Connell Bridge: Anne Graham “should be apologising to the city of Dublin”, says  Cllr Mannix Flynn.  Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Dublin’s transport chiefs have been sharply criticised by city councillors for presiding over a “catastrophic mess” in College Green and the wider cit(...)

British transport company Go-Ahead has secured a tender to take over 23 existing Dublin Bus routes and introduce one new service, running from Citywest to UCD. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA

Dublin Bus has lost control of 10 per cent of its bus routes to a private operator in the biggest change to the city’s bus services since the State-ow(...)

Buses at the Broadstone bus depot in Dublin: commuters are facing another two days of disruption in a stand-off between transports chiefs and bus drivers over pay. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA

The State’s bus network is facing further disruption with unions representing Bus Éireann workers warning there could be industrial action over plans(...)

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