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Empty tracks and train platforms at the Navan Parkway station as a result of strike action by Iarnród Éireann over pay. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times.

The pay dispute at Iarnród Éireann, which halted train services around the country on Wednesday, could drag on until Christmas and into the New Year, (...)

Tom Dempsey outside Heuston Station, Dublin: “The Luas drivers put up a good fight to get what they wanted but I just hope that our dispute doesn’t last as long.” Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

“It’s the Government that holds the purse strings to this dispute,” says Tom Dempsey (58), who has worked for Iarnród Éireann for the last 33 years. (...)

“This dispute could escalate beyond the five strike days already planned unless a serious attempt is made to engage meaningfully with unions.” Photograph: Cyril Byrne

As tens of thousands of rail passengers face disruption as a result of the first of a series of rail strikes, the Minster for Transport Shane Ross has(...)

A monthly “short hop” ticket covering rail, Dart, Dublin Bus and Luas services will cost under €220 a month. Photograph: David Sleator Dart services are affected by the strike. Photograph: David Sleator

Commuters face widespread traffic delays on Wednesday morning as the Irish Rail strike takes place. AA Roadwatch said Wednesday was “a very busy” morn(...)

Irish Rail  will not be providing alternative transport on the dates of the action and other transport operators will not be accepting its tickets.  Photograph: Eric Luke

The first of five one-day rail strikes looks set to go ahead on Wednesday, impacting on an estimated 155,000 Iarnród Éireann journeys. The company sa(...)

Bus Éireann is the only provider to see a decrease in passenger numbers because of service cutbacks. Photograph: The Irish Times

The National Transport Authority (NTA) has announced a series of public transport fare changes over the next year which will see a significant decreas(...)

Tim O’Leary , Rob Foley, Grace Mc Mahon and Veronica Tedman of ‘One Horse Pony’ with Jennifer Gleeson, Guinness Cork Jazz Festival Manager at Goldberg’s bar, Alberts Quay, Cork tuning up for the tens of thousands of people who are arriving in Cork city from all over the world for the 40th year of the Guinness Cork Jazz Festival which runs from Friday through to Monday 30th October. Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision

Friday Weather: A misty, foggy start throughout will give way to dry and sunny conditions around the country. A largely pleasant day should ensue, wi(...)

Iarnród Éireann and unions failed to reach agreement after 12 hours of talks at the Workplace Relations Commission. Photograph: Eric Luke

Tens of thousands of rail passengers are facing five days of train strikes over the coming weeks in a dispute over pay. Unions representing staff at (...)

Iarnród Éireann union members are being balloted for strike action. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Talks are to take place at the Workplace Relations Commission on Thursday in a bid to avert a potential dispute on pay which could disrupt services on(...)

Iarnród Éireann is the ‘new frontline’ in the battle to ensure the adequate funding of public transport in Ireland, Siptu members have heard. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times.

Iarnród Éireann is the “new frontline” in the battle to ensure the adequate funding of public transport in Ireland, the biennial conference of the tra(...)

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