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The Government gave the green light to the multi-billion BusConnects programme for Dublin, paving the way for the National Transport Authority (NTA) to submit planning applications for the Core Bus Corridors to An Bord Pleanála. BusConnects will transform the city of Dublin, providing a faster and more efficient bus service for everyone in addition to […]
Council Partners News Transport
Today marks the announcement of nomination for the prestigious Irish Construction Excellence (ICE) Award. Fingal County Council has been nominated in the category of Civil Engineering: Transport, Energy, Waste & Utilities for it’s Hole in the Wall Road/Mayne Road Junction Upgrade project which was officially opened in December 2021. The €12m project was co-funded under
Council Partners News Transport
With the Climate Crisis intensifying and a definite move towards ditching the car and grabbing a bike since the pandemic hit, a fantastic new initiative is being developed to promote sustainable cycle tourism in the Westport and Clew Bay area. In conjunction with Destination Westport, Westport Chamber of Commerce and Mayo County Council, Cycle Friendly […]
Health News Transport
Expressway, Ireland’s premium inter-regional coach service has partnered up with Grow Mental Health to raise awareness of mental health challenges. Customers will see a photo exhibition with Stories of Recovery and Hope in Drogheda and Dundalk bus stations for two weeks. The display has toured nationwide and this partnership initiative is to promote positive mental health
Council Partners News Transport
Dublin City Council is pleased to announce that it has awarded the civil engineering contract for the construction of the Clontarf to City Centre project. This transformative project for the North East Inner City area will see the entire road space reconfigured, with upgraded footpaths, protected cycle tracks, continuous bus lanes as well as retaining […]
Council Partners News Transport
The significant re-drawing of traffic management priorities on Cork’s historic city centre island continues with the advancement of works on the MacCurtain Street Public Transport Improvement Scheme. The scheme will improve the reliability and journey times of bus services in the city centre and, in parallel, will provide improved walking and cycling infrastructure along
Business News Tourism Transport
Minister Eamon Ryan T.D. and Minister of State Hildegarde Naughton T.D., have announced that Ireland’s newest airline, Emerald Airlines, will operate the Government funded public service obligation air route between Donegal and Dublin airports, under the Aer Lingus Regional brand. The current temporary contract operated by Amapola Flyg AB following the collapse of Stobart
News Transport
With the increase in staycations over the last 18 months, the beauty of home has become more apparent than ever. From road trips in the mountains to camping by the coast, both locals and tourists are choosing to explore Ireland – who can blame them? Whether you fill up with petrol, diesel or charge your […]