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# National Transport Authority

Last week
7th July 2024 - 13th July 2024
NTA chief says “driver shortage” in Cork is affecting Bus Éireann's performance in the city
This month
July 2024
Taxi fare hike proposed by regulator for later this year
This year
Dublin City Marathon to keep traditional city-centre start and finish for 2024 race
Dublin Marathon to start and end in city centre despite request from NTA to move location
Proposal to stop direct Dublin-Wexford trains 'short-sighted', Senator says
Walking and cycling removes 680,000 daily car journeys in Ireland five biggest cities - report
Spitting, shouting and throwing bricks: Public transport workers call for govt to act on abuse
Some increases to public transport fares but €2 cap for Dublin travel within 90 minute to remain
Public transport use hit record high last year, rising above pre-pandemic levels
Last year
Limerick to receive a full redesign of its bus network, starting in 2025
'Too many cars' on our roads hampering public transport, Dublin Bus CEO to tell TDs
Dublin Marathon start and end points will 'preferably' include the city centre
Dublin Marathon start and end points will 'preferably' include the city centre, organisers say
6% of Irish Rail passengers travelled without a valid ticket last year
How have other countries managed contactless bus payments while Ireland has not?
Four bus routes to be enhanced as part of 'East Coast Commuter Corridor'
New fares strategy for public transport will see changes to Dublin commuter ticket prices
Transport Minister says recruiting drivers is ‘biggest constraint’ on rolling out new bus routes
Bus passenger numbers on public transport network return to pre-pandemic levels
National Transport Authority allocates €290m for walking and cycling infrastructure
All time
Over 3,000 taxi licences currently inactive as industry struggles to recruit drivers
Core BusConnects route linking Lucan to Dublin city centre enters planning phase
The Glider: Could Belfast's tram-like bendy bus be the model for other Irish cities?
Increase in taxi fares during peak weekend hours expected to entice drivers back into night work
Taxi fares set to increase by 12% on average from 1 September
Taxi fares set to rise by 12.5% following recommendation by National Transport Authority
Major €600m investment in Cork public transport with new buses, routes and cycle ways
NTA may recommend an increase in taxi fares in response to rising fuel costs
Cabinet approves moving BusConnects ahead to planning stage
Public consultation launched on all-island strategic rail review
Underground Dart line mothballed for 20 years, according to updated Dublin transport strategy
Can I tap? Contactless and smartphone payments planned for public transport in next three years
Transport expert: Time for Ireland to update its antiquated bus networks
NTA reminds public of transport capacity limits ahead of weekend of good weather
Rows over face masks and Covid-19 'deniers' feature in complaints to taxi regulator
New fleet of hybrid buses to be on Dublin and Galway roads by New Year
People urged to avoid public transport at peak times ahead of move to Level 3
Rail line to Navan and Metro to south Dublin to be assessed as NTA asks for public views on transport strategy
Complainant alleged taxi driver 'spent the entire trip claiming coronavirus doesn’t exist'
Dart extension to Drogheda and increased capacity promised in new rail plan