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# Transport

This month
July 2024
Eamon Ryan: Dublin transport plan must proceed to make Dublin safer place to walk and cycle
Dublin City Council officials table weaker car restrictions for new transport plan
Last month
June 2024
There's a LOT happening in Dublin this weekend - here's a handy travel guide
Ireland's transport emissions rose last year as demand for petrol jumped by over 7%
Cost of charging EVs at public chargers to drop by up to 13% from tomorrow
May
May 2024
Public transport: 'The feeling is that those with money to spend will only come to town by car'
Andrea Horan
EV chargers for every 60km of motorway and home and apartment charging as part of Government plans
New e-scooter laws mean electric scooter rental schemes can now be legal in Irish cities
Continued power outage stops some Luas green line services again, after short respite
There will be a 'substantial increase’ in number of speed and safety cameras on Irish roads, Harris says
E-scooters to be regulated from Monday, with new laws prohibiting use by under-16s
This year
2024
‘The envy of Europe’?: Step inside Irish Rail’s new battery-electric Dart trains
The Journal visited the site of the Polish factory where the new Dart trains are being produced – take a look.
Interview: Dublin Green councillor on why free transport won't solve the city's traffic woes
Bonjour to bikes: Cycling more popular than driving in Paris city centre
Eamon Ryan says he is not in favour of immediate congestion charges
Cabinet approves plan to give local authorities power to introduce traffic congestion charges
Transport Minister to meet Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary for the first time ever this week
Number of passengers using Local Link service rises by 360% in four years
Education Minister unveils plans for major overhaul of school bus system beginning in 2025
Office of Public Works says St Stephen's Green could be damaged by Metrolink
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
Mixed reception among business community on plans to divert through traffic away from Dublin city centre
Road changes to divert through traffic away from Dublin city centre to take effect from August
E-tickets will be available on all intercity trains from Tuesday
Dart-type system for Cork 'achievable' within ten years says Varadkar
Last year
2023
Travelling this Christmas? Here's what public transport will look like over the coming days
Public transport workers in Northern Ireland stage further strike today
Public transport services release revised timetables for Christmas period
Drivers over 70 in Ireland will not have to undergo refresher courses proposed by EU
Motorway and national road lights removed to save energy
Government approves plans to accelerate Adare Bypass construction ahead of 2027 Ryder Cup
70,000 left without power after Storm Debi, clean up efforts begin
TD criticises TII after it plans to reserve motorway lay-bys for lorries only
Eamon Ryan says he's motivated less by ideology and more by practicality on transport spending
Traffic to be diverted from congested quays under proposed rehaul of Dublin city centre roads
MetroLink on track to be one of the most expensive underground rail projects in the world
Overhaul of Dublin city centre roads will address cross-town traffic
Transport Infrastructure Ireland set to spend €300 million on new Luas trams