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TransportForIreland 4h
Replying to @Karlw970
a date has not been confirmed yet please keep an eye on the Transport for Ireland website for updates.
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TransportForIreland 5h
Real time service information for services can be accessed via the departures section of the TFI Journey Planner app. Including the 9 additional routes which switched over today- Routes 17, 104, 114, 161, 220, 236, 238, 239 & 270
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TransportForIreland 7h
NTA launches public consultation on second phase of the Core Bus Corridor Project. The programme aims to transform Dublin’s bus system, providing 230kms of dedicated bus lanes & 200km of cycle lanes on the busiest city centre bus corridors.
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TransportForIreland 8h
From Sun 20th Jan a new hourly Sun service has been introduced on Dublin Bus Route 66b (Leixlip Castletown to Merrion Square via Chapelizod Village and City Centre). Service commences at 10.10am from Leixlip & 11.10am from Merrion Square. See-
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TransportForIreland 8h
The NTA has today announced details of the second phase of the BusConnects Core Bus Corridor project which aims to transform Dublin’s bus system providing 230kms of dedicated bus lanes & 200km of cycle lanes on 16 of the busiest bus corridors
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BusConnects 9h
Public Consultation for Phase 2 Core Bus Corridors launched today. Details of the following routes are now available - Liffey Valley, Clondalkin, Greenhills, Tallaght, Kimmage and Rathfarnham. Find out all the details here:
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TransportForIreland 9h
NTA launches public consultation on second phase of the Core Bus Corridor Project. The programme aims to transform Dublin’s bus system, providing 230kms of dedicated bus lanes & 200km of cycle lanes on the busiest city centre bus corridors.
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TransportForIreland 9h
The National Transport Authority has today announced details of the second phase of the BusConnects Core Bus Corridor project
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TransportForIreland 10h
We are currently looking into this issue, Real time service information for services can also be accessed via the departures section of the TFI Journey Planner app Thanks TFI
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TransportForIreland 10h
We are currently looking into this issue, Real time service information for services can also be accessed via the departures section of the TFI Journey Planner app Thanks TFI
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TransportForIreland 11h
From Sun 20th Jan several service improvements have been introduced to Dublin Bus Route 11 (Wadelai Park to Sandyford Business District via City Centre) , including an extra Sunday service from Sandyford. For more visit
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TransportForIreland Jan 22
From Sun 20th Jan a new hourly Sun service has been introduced on Dublin Bus Route 66b (Leixlip Castletown to Merrion Square via Chapelizod Village and City Centre). Service commences at 10.10am from Leixlip & 11.10am from Merrion Square. See-
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BusConnects Jan 22
Special meeting for the Community Forum on Swords to City Centre Core Bus Corridor for the Santry alternative layout Monday 28th January. Email the name of the representative from your community/ residents group to cbc@busconnects.ie for deets and to pre-register your attendance.
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TransportForIreland Jan 22
From Sun 20th Jan several service improvements have been introduced to Dublin Bus Route 11 (Wadelai Park to Sandyford Business District via City Centre) , including an extra Sunday service from Sandyford. For more visit
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TransportForIreland Jan 22
From Sun 20th Jan nine more routes switched from Dublin Bus to Go-Ahead Ireland in a move which will see improved services, across the Transport for Ireland network in Dublin. Routes include the 17, 104, 114, 161, 220, 236, 238, 239 & 270. Visit- .
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TransportForIreland Jan 22
Route 239 (Blanchardstown SC to Liffey Valley SC) is now operated by on behalf of TFI.Timetable has been improved to include additional departures with hourly weekday operations & Sat service commencing earlier/running until later.
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TransportForIreland Jan 22
We are hiring! The NTA are currently recruiting for the following positions: · Chief Information Officer · Senior Project Manager (Panel) · Project Manager (Panel) · Public Transport Analyst (Panel) Check out our careers page for more details
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TransportForIreland Jan 21
As Dawson Street, Dublin is currently closed to all traffic diversions are in place. is operating as normal.
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TransportForIreland Jan 21
2/2 We advised that this was an issue we wanted to address as suitable opportunities arose. The next such opportunity is the plan for a major upgrade to the operations of Leap TaxSaver scheme & technology. This process is underway with 5 tender applications shortlisted.
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TransportForIreland Jan 21
1/2 In 2018 Minister Ross drew our attention to a constituents concern about the fact that the fada was not included in the spelling of the customer name on a TFI Leap Card. We explained that, due to technical limitations, accents could not be included in the name on the card.
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