The Green Party has described cycling and public transport targets in a €3.5bn Cork transport study as “depressingly unambitious”.
A vital €6m transport and public realm upgrade designed to open Cork’s docklands for more development must go through the planning process again after City Hall admitted a technical administrative omission in a planning notice.
The number of journeys by people using public transport in Cork everyday will quadruple to 334,000 in 2040 under a new transport strategy published today.
Former Fine Gael TD Noel Rock has long campaigned for the extension.
FraudSMART, the fraud awareness initiative of Banking & Payments Federation Ireland (BPFI), has warned people to be cautious in their efforts to bag a last-minute Christmas bargain.
Self-driving vehicles and remote work were for some of the proposals discussed by Cabinet for a future job strategy.
The Cabinet has today approved legislation to test autonomous vehicles on public roads.
A new five-year contract has been signed that will see €1bn invested in the country's rail infrastructure.
The economy will grow at a fair clip but the lack of housing, transport, and childcare is holding back business expansion plans and could shape up as the biggest challenge facing the country, Ibec has said.
Commuters in parts of Dublin and Galway will see significant improvements on some of their busiest bus routes from today.
Tough penalties to tackle speeding are unlikely to be introduced in the lifetime of this Government.
It is entirely rational that there should be graduated fines for varied rates of speeding.
Transport Minister Shane Ross has ruled out free public transport for all to help tackle climate change claiming it would be far too costly.
New ways of paying for public transport are being considered that could see the Leap Card eventually phased out.
Cyclists in Dublin have taken part in a visually dramatic protest outside government buildings.
The National Transport Authority (NTA) is being urged to make it mandatory for taxis to accept debit and credit card payments.
The Government has ordered an extra 41 rail carriages at a cost of €150m which it is claimed will help reduce overcrowding on commuter routes.
A massive €450m road plan which provides for a motorway bridge by-passing Adare, one of the country's worst traffic bottlenecks, has been lodged with the Government, Limerick City and County Council has confirmed.
Irish Rail has said it may have to introduce further 'pre-book only' services in the future as more people use the train.
Last year saw a spike in the number of fines being issued as Gardaí clamped down on the practice.
Bus and rail workers are reviewing "notorious blackspots" for antisocial behaviour ahead of Halloween.
Cycling lobbyists has accused the Government of “spin” after Transport Minister Shane Ross said critics of cycling provisions in Budget 2020 are “not at the races”.
Construction of the long-awaited Macroom bypass as part of the massive €280m upgrade of the N22 main Cork to Kerry route could start before the end of the year.
A minister says a new investment in rural Ireland will bring more tourism and stag parties to the west of Ireland.
The first of 26 new longer Luas trams is up and running on the Green Line.
Irish Rail has confirmed that nine members of staff have failed drug and alcohol tests at work over the past two years.
Delays of up to 45 minutes are expected to all services into and out of Heuston Station due to overnight vandalism of signalling equipment between Newbridge and Kildare.
The AA does not believe reports of plans to increase petrol and diesel prices by 2 cent per litre are environmentally friendly measures.
The controversial plan to cut down trees to allow for Bus Connects in Dublin has been tweaked following public outcry.
Construction industry experts have slammed the poor delivery of major public infrastructure in the southern region.
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