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This year
Firms tell planning hearing Metrolink tunnel will hit building basements unless plans redrawn
MetroLink: 'White House' owner and north Dublin residents' groups call for station to be moved
Residents called for the Collins Avenue station to be moved from Our Lady of Victories Church to an area within Albert College Park.
Moving MetroLink terminus from Charlemont would cost 'several hundred million' and delay project
A professor in transportation told The Journal that moving the terminus would mean a redesign of the system that could delay it into the 2040s.
MetroLink terminus should be moved from southside stop to city centre, local FF TD tells hearing
Jim O’Callaghan said it is “highly unusual” that the MetroLink “doesn’t terminate in a city centre location”.
Dublin's congestion is reaching 'critical' levels, oral hearings into Metrolink project told
Public invited to have their say on early plans for new greenway projects in Co Cork
Road tolls on ten routes around the country are increasing from today
Last year
Nine motorists fined €107,000 for unpaid M50 tolls, including man who didn't pay for 559 trips
TD criticises TII after it plans to reserve motorway lay-bys for lorries only
Transport Infrastructure Ireland set to spend €300 million on new Luas trams
An Bord Pleanála to hold ‘oral hearing’ into €9.5 billion Dublin Metrolink project
Six M50 toll and court dodgers hit with fines totalling €78k
Fines totalling €262,000 handed to 17 motorists who dodged M50 tolls and failed to appear in court
All time
Driver fined €25,000 for more than 1,300 unpaid motorway trips
Govt may call for toll price hikes to be scrapped, minister says
Planning application submitted for 'ambitious' Dublin Metrolink
Thousands of litres of pesticides used on Irish roads and forests each year
Tractor towing stack of three trucks triggers traffic jam in Cork’s Jack Lynch tunnel
Opinion: We need public transport that feels safe for women
Rachel Cahill
Number of security officers on Luas temporarily increases by 30% after report on women’s safety
'Like a flash flood of snow': Transport agency says 'compounding' of events caused delays yesterday
Man who damaged M50 toll gantry with angle grinder before threatening gardaí jailed for six months
After almost two decades, a €600m ring-road for Galway has finally been given the green light
Gaelscoil raises 'grave health concerns' over plan to use grounds for Metrolink supplies
Lessons learned from 2010 snow meant we had more than enough salt for the Beast
'In Boston they'd throw you in the clink': Here's why you should never drive in a blizzard
Longer Luas trams introduced this morning in bid to tackle overcrowding issues
The Luas Cross City starts today - but there are concerns for Dublin's cyclists
This is what a Dubliner looked like in the 16th century
The worst time and place for accidents on the M50? The Red Cow junction on a Wednesday evening
Dublin's Port Tunnel is getting a new system to catch people speeding
'It's a car park by 4.30pm': Vital upgrades and a third lane needed on N11, report finds
There's a new emergency plan on the way for the M50