Ireland's public transport hits a historic high in 2023, recording a 24% increase in passenger journeys from the previous year, driven by significant growth in Dublin Bus, Bus Éireann and rural TFI Local Link services.
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NTA's 2022 Customer Satisfaction Survey shows that the majority of commuters across Ireland are satisfied with TFI's public transport network in terms of reliability, cleanliness, comfort, safety and value for money.
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.
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.
This is the final of two sets of fare reductions that have been launched in the country as part of the government’s package to reduce the cost of living, and will take effect from 9 May 2022.
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.