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Fingal County Council has commenced a second round of public consultation on the Fingal Coastal Way, the proposed 32km coastal pedestrian and cycle greenway extending from Newbridge Demesne in Donabate to north of Balbriggan. To provide an opportunity for interested parties to give feedback on the potential route options, an online non-statutory public consultation will
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New Rural Active Travel Investment Programme Distributes over €70 Million in year one of a five-year plan. The National Transport Authority and Minister for Transport Eamon Ryan have today announced spending totalling €72.8m for 340 sustainable transport projects in 19 local authorities. The funding is in addition to the multi-annual active travel investment programme
Business News Transport
Image courtesy of ww.sita.aero/pressroom SITA, the leading IT provider to the air transport industry, are significantly expanding their Agile DevOps teams by over 55 people in Letterkenny, Ireland to develop the next generation of its highly successful SITA AT AIRPORTS portfolio. These new roles include software engineers, test engineers, UX designers, scrum masters and
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Porsche has unveiled two e-bikes that reflect the brand’s timeless design and outstanding technical features. Hot on the heels of the Taycan Cross Turismo, Porsche has unveiled two e-bikes: the Porsche eBike Sport and the Porsche eBike Cross. Both feature a full-suspension carbon frame inspired by the lines of the Porsche Taycan, as well as […]
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Image courtesy of Unsplash Thanks to support from the Irish Government’s initiative ‘Enterprise Ireland’, a steadily growing venture capital firm and angel investor community, and a high ranking on the European Digital City Index, Ireland is currently a base for 80% of the world’s global tech companies such as Google, Facebook, LinkedIn, AirBnb, Eventbrite, Twitter […]
Environment News Podcasts Transport
In last weeks discussion we spoke to Robert Burns who is the Director of Infrastructure, Sustainable Mobility and Climate Change at Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council. In this podcast, Robert along with Jack Mullen, spoke about a variety of different, yet interrelated topics. Developments in walking, cycling, public transport, e-mobility were discussed by Robert.
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Image courtesy of Dublin Cycling Campaign 468 sustainable transport projects will provide high quality facilities for cyclists and walkers across the country. The National Transport Authority has today announced a total of €240m to support sustainable transport projects across the country. This year’s allocations have increased by just over €130m as compared to last year’s
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Irish car sharing company YUKÕ, in partnership with Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council, has launched its’ car club operation in Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown. All the cars supplied on the YUKÕ fleet are self-charging hybrid automatic vehicles. As part of the initial 4-month agreement, cars will be available on the following streets:Crofton Road x 2, Carmanhall Road, Heather