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Wednesday 4 October 2023 Dublin: 13°C

# Transport

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Buses, trains and Luas back up and running
Customers have been advised to allow extra time for their journeys.
Most public transport gradually returning to normal - though Luas Green Line remains out of action
Transport options are gradually, slowly, returning to normal.
Tallaght gardai requested more 4WD vehicles days before Jobstown looting
The request was not met and just one four-wheel drive vehicle was available last night.
What's running in the morning: Dublin flights cancelled, no trains and no Luas service for now
The transport services said that these were subject to change depending on the severity of the weather in the morning.
Forecast, transport and closures: Here's what you need to know today
A status red snow-ice warning will remain in place for Munster, Leinster and Galway until 6pm.
All trains and Dublin Buses off until Saturday, some Bus Éireann services may return tomorrow
Public transport will come to a literal standstill for at least a day and a half this afternoon.
Dublin Bus is changing another 10 routes to avoid College Green in the city centre
The NTA said these changes are in order to cater for an increase in the number of longer Luas trams and tourist season.
Luas says it has fixed the broken real-time displays at all of its stops
The issue is one of a number that have been identified since the Luas Cross City was introduced.
Luas extensions, light rail to Cork and high-density housing: Project Ireland 2040 has high hopes
Full details on the projects which will go ahead in the next 10 years will be revealed later today.
Quiz: Luas trams and horseless carriages - what year did these Irish transport milestones occur?
From Irish Rail to Dublin Bus. From motor cars to motorways.
New longer Luas tram blocks traffic after its back carriage sticks out past O'Connell Bridge
The end of the tram jutted out into the quays after it stopped on the bridge.
The famous Jonathan Swift ferry that runs from Dublin to Holyhead is being sold
Irish Continental Group is offloading the vessel for over €15m.
Coach tour companies say EU rules on drivers' breaks are 'fracturing' their business
Lobbyists are pushing for an overhaul of the current regulations.
DublinBikes is getting fifteen new stations around the city
Most of the new stations are located in Dublin’s north inner city.
Virgin Trains to resume selling Daily Mail after strong criticism
“We must not ever be seen to be censoring what our customers read and influencing their freedom of choice,” he has said.
Three decades after opening, Knock Airport reported its busiest year ever
The Mayo hub reached the 750,000-passenger mark in 2017.
5 ways you can take the pain out of international business travel
From how to pack your bags to coping with jet lag, here are some tips for avoiding travel woes.
Construction of motorway to connect Dublin to Derry to begin this year
The project is the biggest road project ever undertaken in Northern Ireland.
A new €160m ferry between Dublin and Holyhead will be the biggest of its kind in the world
The vessel will be able to hold 1,500 cars and over 300 trucks.
'The system is too lenient': Speeding drivers could face a ban even on first offence
Shane Ross said he wants a sliding scale to be brought in.
Over 200 new wheelchair accessible taxis added to the fleet in 2017
Grant funding of more than €1,700,000 was provided by the National Transport Authority to help drivers with funding.
Plans for an office block that could scupper the entire Dart underground have been blocked
The property developer has appealed Dublin council’s planning decision to the national authority.
'I asked myself, why should I stay as CEO? The only reasons were control, ego and power'
Former aviation boss Pádraig Ó Céidigh delivers some of his life lessons in leadership.
An office block that could scupper the entire Dart underground has been knocked back
The property developer has appealed Dublin council’s planning decision to the national authority.
'It's a TRACKING app, where did those four minutes go?': Complaints made about Dublin Bus
Some people took issue with proposed changes to public transport in the capital, while others complained about alleged dangerous driving.
Israel to name new Western Wall train station in Jerusalem after... Donald Trump
The announcement comes after Trump’s controversial decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.
From being overcharged to the car 'smelling like a zoo': Why people complain about taxis
The National Transport Authority receives around 1,000 complaints about taxis every year.
'The minister is talking about the Man United game instead of the rail strike'
Industrial action by Irish Rail workers affected many commuters in November.
A passenger called 'a liar' by an inspector has settled a defamation case against Irish Rail
The woman was fined €100 when the conductor refused to accept her email ticket receipt.
The story of Ryanair's turbulent year... in 12 photos of Michael O'Leary acting the maggot
We dip into the archives to look back on an up and down 12 months at the low-cost carrier.
A liquidator has been appointed to the firm behind motor website Car Buyers Guide
A Judge said today that the company is unable to pays its debts.
Ryanair has revealed plans to recognise cabin crew unions
The company announced last week it would be recognising pilot unions.
Poll: Do you think it's time for Michael O'Leary to step down as Ryanair boss?
The CEO helped turn the low-cost carrier into a multibillion-euro business.
Ryanair will recognise unions for first time in its history in bid to avert Christmas strikes
Pilots in Ireland, Portugal, Germany, Italy and Spain have planned industrial action.
Irish Ryanair pilots have served notice of a strike five days before Christmas
A number of workers, mostly captains, backed industrial action in secret ballots.
Dublin-based Ryanair pilots have voted in favour of industrial action
The airline has dismissed the ballot taken by a third-party union as ‘PR activity’.
Signal failure causes major traffic disruption during Luas Cross City's first weekday
“It couldn’t have happened at a worse time.”
Video: The Luas Cross City is fully operational for the first time
Come on board with us.
Ryanair threatens Dublin pilots with pay and benefit cuts if they strike
The budget airline also said it could shift some aircraft to “lower-cost airports”.
A law graduate scalded on a Ryanair flight has been awarded €10,000
The UCD student was awarded the damages two hours before his graduation.