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…
List view / Grid view
Contact-free payments play a vital role in restoring consumer confidence across every sector. Read the latest report, 'Payments in Transit', from payments experts Elavon to find out more.
Running for a period of nine months, the pilot will provide the National Transport Authority with data to inform a decision on whether to omit or replace flashing beacons at crossings with a fixed sign.
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.
Transport’s journey to net zero: Roads need to be dedicated to public transport, not cars, says Go-Ahead
In the latest instalment of Intelligent Transport’s exclusive sustainable transport Q&A series, Christian Schreyer, Group Chief Executive of The Go-Ahead Group, shares his insight into the various projects that the company is working on to achieve a zero-emission fleet by 2035, as well as why it is so important for…
Dependent on the outcome of the planning and procurement processes, the construction of Ireland's MetroLink project is earmarked to commence in 2025, with a view to operation in the early 2030s.
People across Dublin and the surrounding areas can now benefit from safe and accessible transport services at night-time, with eight Dublin Bus routes now operating 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
In line with its commitment to invest €10 million in its Irish operations, this latest deployment marks Lime's official launch in Ireland, making Castlebar the first town in the country to offer its micro-mobility services.
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.
In line with its commitment to improve public transportation in Ireland, the National Transport Authority's increased 2021 investment represents a 78 per cent increase on the previous year.
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.
The new investment will allow National Express Ireland to accelerate the decarbonisation of its public transit fleets by procuring zero-emission vehicles, including hydrogen-powered coaches for inter-city coach travel.
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.
In achieving its gold cycle-friendly status, NTA joins a community of European and Irish employers who are using cycling to improve staff well-being and contribute to national decarbonisation and green travel goals.
For the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic, National Express customers will be able to make the overnight journey to Dublin from London twice a week, on Fridays and Sundays.