Category Archives: Transport

Dublin Port: crest of a wave

Dublin Port Company Chief Executive Eamonn O’Reilly talks to eolas about its Masterplan to futureproof the port for the next 30 years to ensure it can grow with demand. Dublin Port is...

Energy and the economy

As energy efficiency awareness grows globally, a tendency to assess initiatives on the energy saving figures alone still exists. Often the overall wider social and economic benefits are underestimated, ultimately leading to...

Investing in infrastructure

National Transport Authority (NTA) Chief Executive Anne Graham looks at the challenges facing our public transport system, and NTA’s ambitious plans for investment in public transport infrastructure. With the economy now very...

Training for future cyclists

Cycle Right, the National Standard for Cycle Training in Ireland, was launched in January 2017. The standardised cyclist road safety training course will teach cycling skills and road safety awareness to primary...

Climate goals for transport

Prior to the OECD’s International Transport Forum (ITF) finalising its shared urban mobility solution for Dublin, eolas magazine spoke to Secretary-General José Viegas to find out more about the reasoning and potential...

Staying on track

In the most recent eolas Magazine infrastructure report (March 2017), we outlined the infrastructure investment necessary to cater for the developing needs of our economy, our society and the communities we serve....

Sustainable transport trends

Figures from the Transport Trends 2016 report carried out by the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport highlight that significant investment in Dublin’s sustainable transport methods have brought about positive results but...

Strategy for low-emission mobility

eolas outlines the EU Commission’s guidelines for ensuring that member states can remain competitive amongst the increasing demands for mobility needs of people and goods. The strategy is centred on three key...

Driving sustainable transport for business

The first HGVs have landed in Ireland, over two years of planning and preparation has come to fruition, and soon the first gas will flow in the most ambitious commercial transport energy...