There are no plans to curtail public transport services in Ireland during the coronavirus outbreak.
The number 27 did not serve the Brookfield and Jobstown areas from 8.30pm.
I've no idea what Fine Gael leader Leo Varadkar and Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin were trying to achieve at the start of their election campaigns, or even as the seats were being counted.
The service was withdrawn just last week as drivers continue to deal with ongoing attacks.
UK public transport operator National Express plans to develop a significant coach route network in Ireland on the back of unveiling an initial service in Dublin.
Some 290 million passenger journeys were taken on public transport last year, an increase of 24 million from 2018.
A large section of the green line was shut down because of a power outage, and a signal fault saw trams suspended on the red line.
No trams have been running between Balally and Brides Glen since yesterday evening, because of a power fault.
The office in Earls Place is piled high with all sorts of items including a trophy, a bongo and even a giant rug.
UK-based bus and rail provider Go-Ahead has said it will start a second bus contract in Ireland for commuter towns outside Dublin next week.
Luas trams are running again with delays in the west of the city after being suspended for eight hours earlier today.
Irish rail are to carry out engineering works at several locations this weekend, which is expected to affect many inter-city services.
An extra high frequency route has been added to the plan to overhaul Dublin's bus network.
Luas trams are now running again in Dublin after part of the Red Line was shut down because of a gas leak in Kingswood.
More than 20 complaints about an ad for a private second-level grinds school, that claims to have ‘better teachers, better results’ have been lodged with the advertising watchdog.
Numbers using public transport in Cork are growing at a faster pace than anywhere else in the country.
Dublin's planned metro line - which will run from the city's north to southside - is looking a step closer today.
Firefighters and paramedics are at the scene, where there are no reports of any serious injuries.
Young people are snapping up apprenticeships, availing of the chance to “earn and learn” across a range of skills areas not usually associated with the in-house training model.
The numbers 7, 7A and 46A buses go from the city centre to Dún Laoghaire, and Dublin Bus is accepting rail tickets.
Rail services from Dublin to Maynooth, M3, and Sligo are due to depart and operate to schedule following signalling issues caused by lightning earlier this evening.
Luas passengers are being told to expect delays along the Green Line this evening.
Free buses for people attending the Papal Mass in the Phoenix Park cost almost €600,000.
Faecal matter, skin bacteria and yeast have been found on the seats and handrails of public transport in Dublin.
An environmental campaigner does not have any right under law to challenge a refusal for the College Green Civic Plaza plan in Dublin, the High Court has ruled.
A young boy, who allegedly stopped talking and would not let his mother get on a bus after a minor accident when he was a baby, has lost a €15,000 damages claim against Dublin Bus.
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Toll companies are being urged to donate overpayments to charity.
Children will be able to travel free on public transport from tomorrow until the end of July.
A man was brazenly stabbed to death as a nearby Garda requested assistance in monitoring his interaction with another man on Dublin's O'Connell Street.
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Spice fever is well and truly here with just three days until Spice Girls take over Croke Park.
There is disruption on the Luas this morning as a section of the Red Line closed to commuters after it was hit by a power failure.
Investment in infrastructure is bearing fruit in the form of rural regeneration, jobs growth, house building, and capital projects, to ensure balanced regional development, says Pascal Donohoe.
A Dublin Bus worker caught selling almost 10,000 untaxed cigarettes online has been fined €2,500.
The union representing Bus Éireann drivers fears one of them could be killed amid a spate of serious assaults in Dublin.
Eight people have been injured following a collision between a double-decker bus and a Luas tram in Dublin City Centre.
There has been cross-party support and agreement on Ireland’s response to the substantial threat posed by Brexit.
The State must invest in game-changing public transport projects in Cork to ensure the city can act as a counterbalance to development in the capital over the next 20 years, a planning expert has said.
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