Moyagh Murdock

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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(...)

To date 118 fatalities have been recorded on Irish roads this year, four more than the same time last year. File photograph: Getty

Three-quarters of all people who die in road fatalities during off-peak hours are over the drink-drive limit for alcohol, fresh research reveals. Mal(...)

A total of 95,998 speeding detections have been made between January and August 2019, some 15 per cent higher than the 81,598 detections made during the same period last year. File photograph: Cyril Byrne

Drivers in Dublin, Cork and Waterford were the worst offenders caught by gardaí during a country-wide operation to warn motorists to slow down, latest(...)

National Slow Down Day: gardaí are targeting 1,000 locations with speed cameras today. Photograph: Getty

Drivers were caught speeding at a rate of almost one every three minutes during a country-wide Garda operation to warn motorists to slow down. Some 2(...)

Gardaí have revealed the worst speeding offences detected by the GoSafe cameras since the start of the year, with one motorist in Co Donegal caught going 123km/h above the speed limit.

Gardaí have revealed the worst speeding offences detected by the GoSafe cameras since the start of the year, with one motorist in Co Donegal caught go(...)

Drivers have been warned to check their tyres as research has found that defective ones are a contributory factor in 14 road deaths annually. Photograph: Getty Images.

Drivers have been warned to check their tyres as research has found that defective ones are a contributory factor in 14 road deaths annually. Moyagh(...)

Chief executive of the Road Safety Authority Moyagh Murdock (R) and Minister of State for European Affairs Helen McEntee during a visit to the National Driver Licence Service in Santry, Dublin. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

An estimated 40,000 residents with UK driving licences would be driving illegally under a no-deal Brexit on October 31st if they fail to swap their li(...)

The Road Safety Authority has warned that traffic congestion outside school gates is proving “incredibly dangerous” for small children. Speaking at t(...)

 Moyagh Murdock, chief executive of the   Road Safety Authority said road safety has been excluded from the new Garda reform plan.  Photograph: Sara Freund/The Irish Times

The Road Safety Authority (RSA) said is concerned that roads policing “does not get a mention” in radical new plans to reshape An Garda Síochána. Mo(...)

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