Forming part of the Department of Transport’s new campaign, Your Journey Counts, new research has shown that many people across Ireland already agree that every journey choice can make a difference in lowering carbon emissions and are willing to personally make changes to how they travel.
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In order to deliver a seamless, emission free public transport service to Athlone's residents, Bus Éireann drivers have undergone an extensive training programme on the driving, maintenance and operation of the new electric vehicles.
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…
For the latest instalment of Intelligent Transport’s exclusive COVID-19 recovery series, Anne Graham, CEO of Ireland’s National Transport Authority, discusses how investing in service level enhancements and improving value for money on public transport fares has helped to increase the authority’s passenger numbers post-pandemic, as well as why it is…
Upon completion, Ireland's first of its kind MetroLink rail project will support the country's climate ambitions and transform public transport in Dublin by improving interconnectivity with national rail links.
Implemented as part of the government’s package to reduce the cost of living, this is the first of two sets of fare reductions to be launched in the country, with fare cuts in the Greater Dublin Area to be introduced in May 2022.
Following the implementation of the BusConnects programme, Dublin residents will be able to benefit from faster and more efficient bus services, as well as improved cycling and pedestrian facilities.
Irish operator Zipp Mobility has welcomed the Government of Ireland's newly published Road Traffic and Roads Bill 2021, which opens the door for micro-mobility in Ireland.