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Minister for Transport Eamon Ryan launched the Pathfinder Programme of 35 exemplar transport projects to be delivered by local authorities and agencies around the country within the next 3 years. The projects are those selected following Minister Ryan’s call to local authorities over the summer to submit their most innovative, transformative plans for public transport,
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The Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage has been awarded a gold Cycle-Friendly Employer award for its commitment to reducing carbon emissions by supporting and encouraging employees to cycle to work. The department has put significant work into upgrading its existing cycling facilities and promoting cycling awareness and safety among its employees. Jill
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There is a saying “you take action based on where you want to be, not based on where you are.” The Department of Transport and National Transport Authority have taken the lead in supporting their employees with a European Standard of Cycle Friendly Workplace and achieved a gold standard accreditation. In addition to attracting and […]
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The application for a Railway Order for DART+ West is set to be lodged later this week, Iarnród Éireann has said. The application will seek permission to extend the electrified DART network from Connolly/Spencer Dock area to west of Maynooth, Co Kildare and to M3 Parkway, Co. Meath. It is set to be the first major Railway Order application […]
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A virtual public consultation room on the proposed Limerick City Greenway has gone live and offers the public an opportunity to view and comment on the proposed designs. The virtual room will guide people through the proposals for a new fully accessible 6.8km long greenway between the UL Boat Club and Annacotty village and locations […]
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Ireland’s National Transport Authority (NTA) is the latest employer to secure gold cycle-friendly employer accreditation in recognition of the organisation’s commitment to cycling initiatives and facilities for employees. In achieving its gold cycle-friendly status, the NTA joins a community of European and Irish employers who are using cycling to improve staff well-being