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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(...)

Dublin Bus staff have so far staged four days of strike as part of a campaign for higher pay.  Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

Minister for Transport Shane Ross has said he will not be getting involved in the Dublin Bus dispute which has seen a number of work stoppages. “I’m (...)

Dublin Bus workers picketing at the Clontarf garage Dublin. Photograph: Dara MacDónaill/The Irish Times

The decision by the trade unions representing Dublin Bus staff to stage 13 more days of work stoppages in the weeks ahead is not quite the “nuclear op(...)

Bus strike: Siptu condemned what it described as “the lack of interest shown by the Department of Transport and management in trying to resolve the dispute.” Photograph: PA

Dublin Bus services have been suspended since 9pm on Wednesday night as the capital prepares for a 48-hour strike by staff. Up to 400,000 people wil(...)

Twenty-two members of a Dublin Bus syndicate got lucky on Friday night when they won the Euromillions jackpot. Some, though, did not discover their good fortune until Saturday as none were at work. Photograph: Stephen Collins/Collins.

If you won the lottery and became a millionaire overnight, would you turn up to work after the weekend? Twenty-two members of a Dublin Bus syndicate(...)

Dublin Bus driver William Healy gets the feel for one of the company’s 90 new buses. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Ninety new double-decker buses with dedicated spaces for buggies are to be added to the Dublin Bus fleet. The buses have separate wheelchair spaces an(...)

Paddy Doherty has been chief executive of Dublin Bus for five years and has spent four decades in total with the company

Barry O’Halloran Dublin Bus chief executive, Paddy Doherty, is retiring shortly and will be succeeded by the public transport company’s human resource(...)