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  1. News
    29 July 2016

    Cork plans new cycle lanes (Ireland)

    1663 reads The city of Cork is planning to construct a number of new cycle lanes for the city and the surrounding suburbs to encourage people to use bicycles to travel to work, school and leisure. The plans...

  2. News
    24 November 2016

    New cross-city rail link completed in Dublin (Ireland)

    1613 reads The city of Dublin has opened a new commuter rail line following the completion of a major upgrade project. The new cross-city passenger service, launched on Monday, runs on an existing 139-year...

  3. News
    09 December 2016

    Dublin chosen as Velo-city 2019 host (Ireland)

    2041 reads The city of Dublin has been chosen to host Velo-city 2019, the European Cyclists’ Federation’s annual global cycling summit. The bid, led by Dublin City Council, made a strong proposal with an...

  4. News
    18 January 2017

    10 million more passengers on Irish public transport

    2139 reads Full-year figures published by Ireland’s National Transport Authority show an overall increase in passenger numbers across all state-supported public transport operators. Some 234 million...

  5. News
    07 February 2017

    Cork bike scheme marks over 900 000 km (Ireland)

    1882 reads New figures show that people using Cork's public bicycle scheme have cycled 914 953 kilometres- almost three times the distance to the moon – since its launch. According to Ireland's...

  6. News
    09 June 2017

    Ambitious new public transport plans outlined for Dublin

    1854 reads A far-ranging transformation of the Irish capital’s transport network has been outlined by the country’s National Transport Authority (NTA). The overall cost of the project would be €1bn. NTA...

  7. News
    12 July 2017

    Plans revealed for new pedestrian and cycling bridge in Cork (Ireland)

    1231 reads Designs for Cork's first new pedestrian and cycling bridge in a decade have been unveiled. The bridge would span the north channel of the River Lee, which flows through the city. It is hoped...

  8. News
    01 April 2018

    National Transport Authority outlines €3bn underground Metro plan for Dublin

    1109 reads   National Transport Authority (NTA) and Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) have recently announced details of the Emerging Preferred Route for MetroLink, the metro service that will run from...

  9. News
    12 April 2018

    Dublin expands reach of its dublinbikes scheme

    1044 reads   The city of Dublin is due to expand the number of stations in its 'dublinbikes' scheme from 101 to 116 with an associated increase in the number of bikes used in the scheme from 1,500...

  10. News
    05 July 2018

    Ireland plans to stop sales of new cars with tailpipes by 2030

    1096 reads The Irish government follows the recent announcement of other governments by setting a deadline for tailpipe-cars sales to end in 2030. Ireland’s Minister for Communications, Climate Action and...