Lands needed to complete a €4m greenway cycle route high over the Ring of Kerry are to be acquired by compulsory purchase order because grant funding will run out if the project is not completed by December 2016, councillors have been told.
A garda clampdown on rogue taxi drivers and un-roadworthy vehicles has reportedly netted no arrests.
Public bike rental schemes will hit the streets of Cork, Limerick and Galway before the end of September.
It is estimated there are around one hundred people with serious criminal records working as taxi and hackney drivers.
I hated the phrase ‘as easy as riding a bike’, because I didn’t know how to until my husband taught me, says Nuala Woulfe.
A €5m environmental project has been announced by Jimmy Deenihan, the arts, heritage, and gaeltacht minister, aimed at restoring an endangered mussel in South Kerry.
A 26km greenway to be developed along a disused railway line skirting the Atlantic along the Ring of Kerry is expected to become an internationally rated tourist attraction.
Taxi drivers with a history of poor local knowledge will have to undergo mandatory area knowledge tests.
Work to reorientate Cork city’s Kent Train Station to face the city is set to begin this summer after a multi-million transport funding package was announced.
Thousands of Dublin bus passengers were left without transport over one of the busiest bank holiday weekends this year as drivers went on strike.
18 new Transport co-ordination units have been announced across the country this morning as part of a major overhaul of the Rural Transport Programme.
Potholes can kill. Our health and safety laws are truly an ass. Surely our legislators realise that potholes cause tyre sidewall rupture.
The Government is considering giving local authority managers more discretion over how they spend road maintenance grants.
Taxi drivers who overcharge customers or take unnecessarily long routes will face sanctions through a penalty point system in the coming months.
Ministers are to make a cut to their mileage claims to take account of "personal travel".
A new integrated transport ticket for Dublin commuters is to be introduced within weeks, it was announced today.
Bus passengers across the Dublin region will now able to check the actual arrival time of their bus using a new website, text service, and iPhone app launched today.
Irish Rail facilities are set for a €6m upgrade, it was announced today.
Public Transport Minister Alan Kelly has said there are too many taxis on Irish roads, and that the problem could have been avoided if deregulation had been handled differently.
THREE of the seven NCT vehicle inspectors suspended for allegedly passing unroadworthy cars in return for cash have been sacked.
A FULL-SCALE review of the taxi industry will be carried out to ensure better safety for consumers and regulation for drivers, Public Transport Minister Alan Kelly has said.
A review of the taxi industry is underway by the Department of Transport.
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