The proposed redesigned bus network will provide a more coherently planned, higher capacity, more understandable network for those within the Cork Metropolitan Area.
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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.
Dr Suzanne Little, SFI Principal Investigator at the Insight SFI Research Centre for Data Analytics and Associate Professor in the School of Computing at Dublin City University, tells Intelligent Transport about the Dublin City University e-scooter research pilot and explains how the project is using data to improve the passenger…
Ireland’s Deputy Prime Minister, Leo Varadkar TD, has highlighted the key role that Irish businesses are playing in achieving sustainable transport commitments in the UK.
The e-scooter pilot will enable researchers from Dublin City University (DCU) to analyse data and inform future e-scooter rollouts both in Dublin and throughout Ireland.
Ireland’s national bus operator is in the midst of completing the biggest enhancement to services in years. CEO Stephen Kent, explains how Bus Éireann has turned things around and outlines the sustainable steps it is now taking.
The projects benefitting from the new NTA funding include the Clontarf to City Centre scheme in Dublin and the ambitious Mahon to Marina Greenway in Cork.
A public consultation on the draft Strategy, which includes proposals for cycling, rail, buses and road, has commenced and continues until 16 October.
The Local Link project is said to represent continued investment in rural connectivity, as countries worldwide look to balance investment in urban and rural transport.
This public consultation is the latest of the BusConnects programme consultations, which aim to develop key bus corridors in Dublin, following the first round in late 2018 and early 2019.
According to the National Transport Authority (NTA), the figures indicate a positive response from members of the travelling public to investment in public transport in recent years.
Barry Dorgan, Head of Ticketing Systems at Ireland’s National Transport Authority (NTA), shares the organisation’s plans to overhaul ticketing, and expand and modernise services – all while keeping a close eye on the future of urban mobility and potential opportunities for MaaS integration.