Irish transport could soon return to full capacity, with plans to be assessed by the Irish cabinet next week. Buses and trains on the island have had restricted capacities to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
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The new Broadstone Depot is located in the north of the Irish capital and will have capacity for 120 buses, as well as plenty of swifts.
18 January 2009 | By Joe Meagher, Chief Executive Officer, Dublin Bus
Listening to the daily news unfolding of the impact of the economic downturn, it is becoming apparent that no one is immune to the difficulties arising from the current climate and like all cities, the future in Dublin looks challenging for businesses...
30 June 2008 | By Joe Meagher, Chief Executive, Dublin Bus
Under the Irish Government’s Transport 21 Investment Programme, bus services will be central to providing a reliable and efficient transport service for the people of Dublin. Each year, Dublin Bus carries close to 150 million people across the Greater Dublin Area (GDA) and with the help of Transport 21, the…
7 December 2007 | By Joe Meagher, Chief Executive, Dublin Bus
Carrying 150 million passengers in 2006, Dublin Bus remains the largest public transport provider in Dublin with 70 per cent of public transport users each morning commuting into the city by bus. Last year was a particularly successful year for the company in terms of passenger numbers and profits, and…