Thursday June 4, 2020

Integrated ticketing two years away

Dublin commuters will have to wait two more years for an integrated ticketing system for public transport.

3rd September, 2005

The €30 million integrated ticketing scheme, which was due to be launched in December, has been delayed after the Railway Procurement Agency (RPA) failed to select a company to run the project.

Integrated ticketing will allow customers to buy a single ticket covering all public transport, including the Luas, the Dart, mainline trains and buses, as well as some private coach operators. Luas and private operators use electronic smart cards, while Dublin Bus has its...

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