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TransportForIreland 5h
From tomorrow 10th Aug, diversions will be in place on Dublin Bus routes 14, 44 and 44b in Dundrum. For details visit
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TransportForIreland 8h
From tomorrow 10th Aug, diversions will be in place on routes 75, 75a and 175 due to a one-way system being introduced in Dundrum. For details visit
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TransportForIreland 10h
Attention app developers: The NTA plans to replace its RTPI REST API with a new GTFS Real-Time API by the end of September. App developers with special interest in real-time public transport information please visit for more information.
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TransportForIreland Aug 8
Due to a one way system being introduced in Dundrum village, diversions will be in place on routes 14, 44 adn 44b from Monday 10th Aug. For details visit
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TransportForIreland Aug 8
Diversions will be in place on routes 75, 75a and 175 from Mon 10th Aug due to a one-way system being introduced in Dundrum. For details visit
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TransportForIreland Aug 8
If you experiencing any symptoms of please do not use public transport
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TransportForIreland Aug 7
Phase 2 of the Royal Canal Premium Cycle Route is now open, running from Sheriff St Upper to North Strand Road.
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TransportForIreland Aug 7
Jacobs Engineering Ireland has been awarded the contract for the delivery of the early phases of the light rail project in Cork as part of the Cork Metropolitan Area Transport Strategy. Find out more here
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TheJournal.ie Aug 6
National Transport Authority pilots new mobile ticketing app
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TransportForIreland Aug 7
Wearing a face covering is required on public transport. Do your part and help protect your fellow passengers and staff.
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TransportForIreland Aug 7
Due to a one-way system being introduced in Dundrum village, diversions will be in place on Go-Ahead Ireland routes 75/75a and 175 from Monday 10th Aug.
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Go-Ahead Ireland Aug 7
: From 10th of August, diversions are in place along routes & . Route 175 towards Citywest & route 75/75a towards Tallaght will be affected. For further details on bus stops affected, please see below or contact our
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Iarnród Éireann #StaySafeSaveLives #HoldFirm Aug 6
The skyline has changed at Heuston Station over the past 24 hours with a tower crane now in place to further development works of the new National Train Control Centre. The centre will provide management & regulation of train movements across the network
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TransportForIreland Aug 7
Attention app developers: The NTA plans to replace its RTPI REST API with a new GTFS Real-Time API by the end of September. App developers with special interest in real-time public transport information please visit for more information.
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TransportForIreland Aug 6
Public transport should be used for necessary journeys only to help maintain social distancing. If you can please consider walking or cycling to your destination.
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Iarnród Éireann #StaySafeSaveLives #HoldFirm Aug 6
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Luas Aug 6
As COVID-19 restrictions ease, proper handwashing, respiratory hygiene & physical distancing are even more important. By law you must wear a face covering when using and other public transport. See for more info.
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TransportForIreland Aug 6
Interested in learning more about about cycling in the Dublin Metropolitan Area? See the full Bike Life Report on here
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TransportForIreland Aug 5
Hi Aine, apologies this route is actually operated by . Thanks, TFI.
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TransportForIreland Aug 5
On July 31st the NTA and Dublin City Council, along with Minister Eamon Ryan, were delighted to announce the official opening of the next phase of the Royal Canal Premium Cycle Route. For more information please visit
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