With 249 million passenger journeys having taken place in 2022, the latest figures put Ireland's public transport ridership recovery at 98% of pre-pandemic levels.
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Sorin Costica, Head of Operations at Dublin Bus, shares his concerns and ambitions for the future of transport in Dublin and highlights the importance of embracing technology – such as MaaS and Account-Based Ticketing – to encourage wider modal shift in order to achieve a more sustainable and attractive public…
In the final 2022 issue of Intelligent Transport, we feature exclusive content from leading industry experts and thought leaders discussing: digitally enhancing operations to deliver a seamless passenger experience; the role that Mobility-as-a-Service plays in creating a richer transport experience; how the industry is working to improve air quality and…
The fourth phase of Dublin's BusConnects programme will see two new 24-hour routes enter passenger service on 16 October 2022, providing the Irish capital's residents with enhanced bus services seven days a week.
The reduction in fares for all Nitelink services will help reduce night-time carbon emissions by encouraging people across Dublin to take the bus as opposed to travelling by car.
As part of its commitment to provide inclusive and accessible mass transit for all, TFI's 'Please Offer Me a Seat' Badge and Card will ensure that people with hidden disabilities are eligible for a seat in priority areas on public transport.
Robert Lynn, Engineering Manager at Dublin Bus, discusses the significance of innovation and embracing technology to encourage modal shift and enhance the customer experience, as well as the company’s latest partnership with Voi Technology and what it means for the wider public transport sector in Dublin.
As part of the pilot project, Voi Technology will provide Dublin Bus employees with its e-bikes, allowing both companies to monitor real-time insights into micro-mobility usage in the Irish capital.
Combined with the 20 per cent fare reduction on public transport already in place across the country, public transport costs for young adults will be 60 per cent cheaper until the end of 2022.
As part of the first phase of the programme to reduce public transport fares across Ireland, TaxSaver fares on on all subsidised PSO public transport services will be reduced by 20 per cent in April 2022.
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.
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...