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Saturday 25 March 2023 Dublin: 6°C

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Poll: Should a free public transport system be introduced?
Solidarity-PBP made the pledge in their climate change manifesto yesterday.
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McCarthy impressed by Sheffield United's new Irish strike partnership
The Ireland manager was at Dean Court on Saturday, while he will be hoping to catch James Collins and Alan Judge at Kenilworth Road tonight.
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Your bumper guide to getting around Dublin during the Pope's visit
The scale of closures and diversions are unlike any seen in the city in recent times.
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No buses and a Luas every half hour - here's how transport is affected by the snow
The government has urged everyone in a red area to be at home from 4pm today until 12 midday tomorrow.
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Getting the train from Limerick this weekend? There will be bus transfers
Irish Rail is advising customers that bus transfers will be in operation.
# On Yer Bike
Almost five million journeys were made on city bike schemes in 2016
The 40 million kilometres travelled since bike schemes began here is enough for 1,000 round trips around the planet.
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6 useful hacks to make your Christmas shopping easier
You’re making a list, you’re checking it twice…
# Vroom vroom
Cars are going to be banned from large parts of Dublin city centre, says council
It’s all change in Dublin city.
# Traffic
Delays to Luas Red Line after incident on the line
# Great Leap forward
Good news, students: New travelcard will have Leap-style capabilities
Third level students will be able to use the new style travelcard to get Leap Card fare on transport.
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Good news, Dublin commuters: Leap cards can now be topped up at DART stations
The 53 stations in the Greater Dublin Area have now been upgraded to cater for Leap Cards, eight months after the system was first brought in.