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This Flying Car has just been Approved for Testing

Though new technologies have brought about a whole new set of standards for what a flying machine should look like, there has never been a design that has engaged the…

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Transport

Uber Set to Expand Operations in Ireland

Uber is set to expand its operations in Ireland to serve “transport desert” areas in the South and West of the country. The announcement of the pilot was made by…

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Business

Will Amazon Develop its Own Transportation & Logistics Division?

The retail giant Amazon.com has caused huge disruption over the past decade in the retail market. It has grown 20-plus percent rates quarter after quarter, and will soon sit beside…

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Technology

The Hyperloop is Set to Become a Reality

The Hyperloop, a conceptual American transportation system developed by Elon Musk, has taken a significant step towards full realisation. Plans to start construction on a test track over the coming…

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Technology

Limerick Fire and Rescue Service Set to be Using Drone Technology

Limerick Fire and Rescue Service is hoping to reach agreement with the Irish Aviation Authority in the coming weeks which will allow it to use drone technology when tackling major…

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Technology

Tachograph Fraud: A Warning

The RSA has repeatedly warned drivers and operators of buses and trucks of the dangers and risks of using devices to manipulate and interfere with the tachograph. This is the device…

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Business

End of an Era

Stena Line goes Superfast on the Dublin Port-Holyhead Route, while the Historic Dun Laoghaire Holyhead Route Closes.  In Holyhead at 20:30 on Monday 9th March 2015 a new Superferry, Stena Superfast X…

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Business

World’s Top Aviation Leaders to Land in Dublin

Fáilte Ireland’s Dublin Convention Bureau together with Aer Lingus announced that Dublin has been chosen as the destination for the International Air Transport Association’s (IATA) AGM next year. One of the most prestigious…

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Transport

“A Unique Journey Into The Past”: The Lartigue Monorailway

This was the famous Lartigue Monorailway. The service closed in 1924 but thanks to the efforts of a very dedicated and enthusiastic group based in Listowel  The “Lartigue” was born again in…

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Technology

RSA Proposes “Alco-locks” to Combat Repeat Drink Drivers

The Road Safety Authority (RSA) are currently considering a technological solution to the problem of persistent, repeat offence drink driving. The “alco-lock” is a breathalyser device attached to the dashboard…

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Technology

EU Cars and Light Vans to have eCall Emergency Feature in 2018

As of March 31st 2018, all cars and light vans in the European Union will be equipped with a device called an eCall which automatically alerts emergency services in the…

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Logistics

Singapore Changi Airport named the world’s best airport for Third year in a row

The world airport awards 2015 has named Singapore’s Changi International Airport it’s number one winner for the third year in a row. The prestigious awards are an annual list published…

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Business

Russian One train, design of the future

The Russian One is a new commuter train that set to revolutionise the design of trains. Also called the R1, it has been developed by the Uraltransmash tram manufacturing subsidiary…

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Transport

Ministerial Priorities For Pascal Donohoe

In his first week in office, Minister Donohoe pressed for further savings in Irish Rail and encouraged all employees to “reflect very carefully on the implications if Irish Rail is…

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