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Infrastructure Minister Nichola Mallon and Transport Minister Rachel Maclean have welcomed the first hydrogen-powered double decker buses entering service in Northern Ireland. The arrival of the three new Hydrogen Fuel Cell Buses is the culmination of an exciting zero emissions bus pilot project powered by “Green” renewably produced hydrogen. The buses emit only water and
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In this podcast we spoke to Will O’Brien of Zipp Mobility. Will is Vice-President for Growth and Government Affairs at Zipp Mobility, the Irish e-scooter sharing operator. Will previously worked in strategy consulting and business analytics and now leads Zipp’s relationships with a number of local authorities in the UK where Zipp run shared e-scooter […]
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Noel Rock is a former Fine Gael politician who served as a Teachta Dála (TD) for the Dublin North-West constituency from 2016 to 2020. He previously served as Chair of the Committee on Housing, Planning and Local Government from 2019 to 2020. In this discussion, which was carried out (virtually) earlier this week, Noel along with one of our Council.ie representatives spoke
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Tom Ferris is a consultant economist. He was formally the SeniorEconomist at the Department of Transport. He is a former president ofthe Chartered Institute of Transport in Ireland. Tom has wide experience of the public sector and the private realm. Hehas undertaken consultancy projects for the World Bank, USAID, theOECD, a number of Irish Government […]
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Dr Paul Davis is Head of the Management Group in the Faculty of Business in DCU. Moreover, he is the Program Director for the MSc in E-Commerce having previously completed eight years as Program Director of the MSc in Strategic Procurement and the MSc in International Management. He has completed lecturing assignments in top universities in Italy, Germany […]
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The first day back at school will be like no other. When schools start to re-open this week, almost six months after they closed so suddenly on March 12th, these will be unprecedented times, not just for the pupils and their parents, but for the whole country.  Schools have been working flat out to prepare […]
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Community Car scheme is an initiative aimed at involving volunteers in their local communities, helping community  members, through the provision of supported transport. The Volunteer Driver will provide, using their own car, essential door to door transport for passengers identified, who have difficulties accessing public or other forms of transport. Recently
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It is Fingal County Council’s first project constructed under the Rebuilding Ireland’s Local Infrastructure Housing Activation Fund (LIHAF) to be completed. The Donabate Distributor road runs an easterly direction from the R126 Hearse Road on the south-west of Donabate village, across the Dublin-Belfast railway line, before heading in a northerly direction to reconnect