Transport

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Public Transport Returns to Full Capacity

The National Transport Authority is pleased to announce the return of public transport to full capacity. This means that seating will no longer be blocked off on-board buses, trams and…

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Business

Food Shortages Will End When Workers are Paid More, Say HGV Drivers

McDonalds has run out of milkshakes, Nando’s and KFC are struggling to stock enough chicken and the Co-op says it faces the worst food shortages in memory. These food shortages will…

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Business

Final Call for Dublin Port Scholarship Applications

The final call for Dublin Port Scholarship Applications has been made with the closing date being the 27th of August. Dublin Port Company recognises its role in the local communities…

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News

Road Users Urged to Take Care on Country’s Roads

The Road Safety Authority (RSA) and An Garda Síochána are issuing an urgent appeal to all road users to take greater care on the roads. Following a spate of deaths…

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Business

Cork to Dublin Bus Connectivity to be Maintained by Introducing New Public Service Obligation Route

The National Transport Authority (NTA) is pleased to confirm that from Sunday 5 September 2021, a new Public Service Obligation (PSO) route will operate between Cork and Dublin, serving Fermoy,…

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News

Bus Éireann & TFI Local Link to Connect Tralee with Dingle Peninsula

Bus Éireann and TFI Local Link Kerry, are pleased to welcome new and enhanced bus services in Kerry, connecting Tralee with the Dingle Peninsula. The Bus Éireann route 275 and…

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Business

US Opens Probe of Tesla’s Autopilot after 11 Crashes

U.S. safety officials opened a probe investigation into Tesla’s Autopilot after identifying 11 crashes involving the driver assistance system, officials said Monday. The incidents dating back to 2018 included one…

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Business

Maersk Posts Soaring Second-Quarter Earnings

Maersk, the world’s largest container shipping firm, has posted a sharp increase in second-quarter earnings as congestions and bottlenecks continue to drive up shipping rates. The company on Friday reported…

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Business

Shannon-Foynes Port Win EU funding Under Connecting Europe Facility

Shannon-Foynes Port Company has been awarded over €2.3 million in EU funding under the European Union’s Connecting Europe Facility (CEF). CEF funding supports projects on the EU’s Trans-European Networks in…

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Business

Maritime Supply Chain Actors Meet in Effort to Tackle Timber and Wildlife Trafficking in Container Shipping

A two-day Global Shipping Roundtable event to combat timber and wildlife trafficking in container shipping was held last month. Attendees representing 39 private shipping lines, freight forwarding companies and port…

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Aviation News

Aer Lingus to Name Emerald Airlines as New Regional Carrier

Aer Lingus is poised to name Emerald Airlines as its new regional carrier this week, with the new service likely to begin in January. The airline has been in talks with Emerald, founded…

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Environmental

5 Ideas to Improve Public Transport in Ireland

Improving the public transport system in Ireland has been a constant challenge for Governments over the years and it is a problem that needs to improve. Here are five ideas to…

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Logistics

Road Safety, Skills and Decarbonisation Key for Irish Logistics

Improving road safety, overcoming the skills shortage, and decarbonising operations are all key to protect the nation’s supply chains and to future-proof the Irish logistics industry, according to FTAI Ireland…

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Climate Change

Decarbonising the Logistics Economy – Difficult But Possible

Logistics has a vital role in the economy, and decarbonising the logistics economy is crucial in fighting climate change. Some concerns have to do with environmental improvements damaging logistics economic…

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