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Dublin’s preferred transport provider

Following the opening of the Luas Green Line extension from St Stephen’s Green to Broombridge, in December 2017, Peter Lunden-Welden, CEO of Transdev Ireland discusses a customer-centred approach to delivery. As Europe’s...

Minister of Transport: Shane Ross, TD

Ireland’s economic upturn has brought with it a greater demand on the land transport networks and services. Addressing both the current and future needs of the transport sector has been a key...

Driverless cars: what needs to be considered?

There is currently much debate about the topic of autonomous vehicles, or ‘driverless cars’, with high levels of expectation and equally a large measure of scepticism. This article considers some aspects of...

The rail way to growth

As our economy gathers pace, and record passenger numbers are using our rail services, our challenges as a train service provider have quickly transformed from ones of maintaining services in a downturn...

The National Development Plan: A transport focus

eolas outlines the transport priorities within the National Development Plan, a 10-year commitment to meeting Ireland’s infrastructure and investment needs. Setting out the investment priorities that will underpin the implementation of the...

A pathway to better public transport

The National Development Plan 2018-2027 was published recently, and there’s no doubt that it contains some very good news for those who have been calling for significant investment in public transport. With...

Decarbonisation: the role of electric vehicles

Despite the original uptake of electric vehicles in Ireland being much slower than anticipated, it remains a priority for the Government in its ambitions to decarbonise the transport sector. “Electric vehicles are...