Growing up in middle Ireland in the mid 1970’s remembering my pensioner grandfather paying more than £100 pounds to fly to London to see his brother, which was more money that he could afford. Aer Lingus fares continued to rise… Read More ›
Joining up Luas line is a start, but to attract commuters public transport needs greater efficiency.
Some 13 years after Luas began operation, the 2 lines will finally be linked following a decision taken by the current Fine Gael Labour Government. In 1998 the Fianna Fáil-Progressive Democrats government gave the green light to the over ground… Read More ›
Having attended the Bavaria City Racing Dublin on the bank holiday Sunday, which I thought was a bit of a damp squib. Lots of people in town to see the event despite the wet and cold, large sections of the… Read More ›
While there is yet no official announcement on new routes as part of Network Direct, Dublin Bus officials have been in contact with bus drivers about proposed changes. It does appear the 25A route will remain as originally proposed. The… Read More ›
Good news today for all public transport users in Dublin. An application for a new Luas line known as BX running from St Stephen’s Green and eventually to Broombridge is to be lodged with An Bord Pleanala by the Railway… Read More ›
Some weeks ago Dublin the Bus held a well informed information day at Superquinn. On balance most of the commuters that I have been in contact with since were happy with the original proposals, now Dublin Bus propose to done… Read More ›