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TransportForIreland 10h
3 brand new diesel electric hybrid double-deck buses will enter service over the coming weeks. Automatic engine stop-start technology that switches-off the engine while the bus is stationary & the powertrain on board can deliver fuel savings of at least 30% over diesel buses.
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TransportForIreland 12h
See details of the traffic management plan around the Rod Stewart concert in this Saturday here
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TransportForIreland 17h
Replying to @barryjohnjoyce
Hi Barry, Go Ahead Ireland routes can now be found on the TFI Journey Planner or TFI Real Time Apps. More info on these routes can be found here Thanks, TFI
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TransportForIreland 18h
Spice Girls are playing this Friday, the 24th May. Plan your journey by checking out
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TransportForIreland 19h
Replying to @BQuillinan
Hi Bernadette, can you please advise what app you are using and we can assist you with your query? Thanks, TFI.
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TransportForIreland 19h
Replying to @meganfoster2981
Hi Megan, if you email info@nationaltransport.ie somebody from the relevant department will come back to your query. Thanks, TFI.
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TransportForIreland 21h
Are you going to the Spice Girls at this Friday? Check out the best ways to travel there using public transport here
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TransportForIreland May 21
Make sure you plan the best way to get to the Spice Girls this Friday by visiting
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TransportForIreland May 21
Spice Girls are coming to this Friday. Visit to see your options for planning your journey.
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TransportForIreland May 21
Replying to @TFIupdates
The purchase of these three buses, plus three similar vehicles from both ADL and Volvo has been funded by the National Transport Authority (NTA).
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TransportForIreland May 21
Replying to @TFIupdates
Together with automatic engine stop-start technology that switches-off the engine while the bus is stationary, the powertrain on board the new buses can deliver fuel savings of at least 30%, producing less CO2 and helping to improve air quality
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TransportForIreland May 21
Replying to @TFIupdates
Under the skin a raft of new electrically-powered components work together to capture the energy that is lost as heat during braking in order to reduce the amount of work that the low-emission Euro VI diesel engine has to do to propel the bus & power the on-board facilities.
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TransportForIreland May 21
Replying to @TFIupdates
While the distinctive two-tone green & yellow livery is new, features like low-floor offering easy access for all passengers, a dedicated wheelchair space, a dedicated buggy space with fold-up seats, priority seating & USB charging sockets will be familiar to Dublin Bus customers
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TransportForIreland May 21
Ray Coyne of & Anne Graham of NTA took delivery of 3 brand new hybrid double-deck buses that will dramatically reduce CO2 emissions. The 3 Wrightbus StreetDeck HEV 96 buses will enter service over the coming weeks & be based in the Dublin Bus Conyngham Rd depot.
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TransportForIreland May 20
The first priority for road investment in the draft Strategy will be to maintain, renew, manage and operate the existing road infrastructure in a more efficient manner. #corktransport2040#Ireland2040
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TransportForIreland May 20
A Light Rail line between Ballincollig and Mahon provides a new transport choice for Cork with 30% of people & 60% of jobs across the region located within walking catchment of tram stops #corktransport2040#Ireland2040
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TransportForIreland May 19
The draft Cork Metropolitan Area Transport Strategy was published recently. The bus network will comprise of 200km of cross city routes, 50km of orbital routes and 150km of radial routes.
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TransportForIreland May 19
By 2040 an additional 56,000 daily car trips could be transferred to cycling with the Draft Strategy’s proposal to expand Cork’s cycling network. Further details can be found here
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TransportForIreland May 18
The Cork Metropolitan Area Draft Transport Strategy 2040 proposes plans to introduce a Light Rail Transit system to Cork similar to the Dublin LUAS fleet. For more information see
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TransportForIreland May 18
The NTA in association with and introduced the Cork Metropolitan Area Draft Transport Strategy 2040 inviting written submissions from members of the public. For more information see
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