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The Minister for Transport, Eamon Ryan TD, announced a suite of grants and initiatives which will make it easier for people and businesses to make the switch to electric vehicles (EVs) during the launch of Zero Emission Vehicles Ireland. The new dedicated Office will oversee Ireland’s transition to zero emission vehicles. In total, Minister Ryan […]
Council Partners News Transport
Newly elected Mayor of Waterford City and County, Councillor John O’Leary officially launched the new Transport for Ireland (TFI) Waterford City Bikeshare Scheme at Arundel Square in the City. TFI Bikes is a self-service bike rental service, with stations conveniently located throughout Waterford City, making it easy to get around, whether it’s for commuting to work,
Council Partners News Transport
Fingal County Council brought together Councillors, contractors and staff for an onsite briefing at St. Cronan’s Road and Brackenstown Avenue as work gets underway on cycle lane upgrades in Swords. These works include upgrading of the existing walking and cycling infrastructure in the area to improve safety, reduce traffic speed and create better connections to […]
News Transport
Minister for Rural and Community Development, Heather Humphreys, has announced the awarding of a new €4.9 million air service contract for the Aran Islands (Oileáin Árainn). The PSO contract, which came into effect on Tuesday, 7 June, will run for 4 years until 2026, will ensure essential mainland connectivity for the island communities and will […]
Council Partners News Transport
Tipperary County Council in partnership with Limerick City & County Council, Transport Infrastructure Ireland and the Department of Transport have published details of the Preferred Transport Solution for the N24 Cahir to Limerick Junction Project which is identified as a priority investment in the Government’s National Development Plan 2021-2030. This integrated
Council Partners News Transport
The Mid-West National Road Design Office based in Limerick City and County Council has recently received Continuing Professional Development (CPD) re-accreditation from Engineers Ireland. The office underwent an audit by Engineers Ireland in March this year and were successful in being re-accredited for the maximum period of three years. The audit assessed the office under